Israeli and American doctors on the frontline
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Israeli and American doctors on the frontline

Dr. Arie Eisenman, Dr. Taya Glotzer (Photos courtesy JFNNJ), and Dr. Zvi Marans (Perry Bindelglass)
Dr. Arie Eisenman, Dr. Taya Glotzer (Photos courtesy JFNNJ), and Dr. Zvi Marans (Perry Bindelglass)

The Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey and the Jewish Agency for Israel host “Front Line — Comparing a Global Pandemic Response,” a live conversation with Israeli and American doctors.

 Dr. Zvi Marans, a past president and an active leader of Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey, will moderate the discussion. He is an associate professor of pediatrics at Columbia University Medical Center, a full time faculty member of the Division of Pediatric Cardiology at Columbia, and founding and managing partner of a regional pediatric cardiology practice in Paramus. 

Dr. Arie Eisenman specialized in internal medicine at Carmel Medical Center in Haifa and served as senior physician in internal medicine at Rambam Medical Center. He is the district physician for the Central Magen David Adom; for 17 years he was the head of the internal division of the department of emergency medicine at the Galilee Medical.

Dr. Taya Glotzer is the director of cardiac research at Hackensack University Medical Center and a professor of medicine at Rutgers New Jersey School of Medicine and Meridian-Seton Hall School of Medicine. She’s also a full time partner at Electrophysiology Associates.

Submit questions in advance by emailing Melina Rozenbaum at MelinaR@jfnnj.org. Register at jfnnj.org/virtualevents.

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