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Doctor graduated from INTEC receives Medal of Merit for Women 2019

The neurologist Ryna Karina Then Vargas, based in New Jersey, was decorated by the President of the Republic Danilo Medina, along with thirteen prominent Dominican women on the occasion of the commemoration of International Women's Day

Doctor graduated from INTEC receives Medal of Merit for Women 2019

SANTO DOMINGO. - The Dr. Ryna Karina Then Vargas, Specialist vascular neurology and current medical director of Stroke Service for Cooper University Hospital en New Jersey, received the Medal of Merit for Women 2019, which grants the Executive power, for his outstanding career in the Exterior and put on high the name of the Dominican Republic.  

Then Vargas is doctor in medicine, Summa Cum Laude, graduated from Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (INTEC). He did his studies in neurology in the university neurology program Montefiore / Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, where he also completed his sub-specialty in cerebrovascular accident (ACV) in the 2013 year.

That's it teacher of the Medicine School (Cooper Medical School of Rowan University), member of the Residency of Neurology de Cooper University Hospital and coordinator of the program Magisterial Conference of Neurology "Grand Rounds". It is also ISO xXNUMXx at Society of Neurology y Psychiatry from the United States as a neurologist and vascular neurologist.

In the 2015, it was award-winning and Featured Hispanic for his work for the Latin American Society in the United States, especially in New Jersey. In the 2012, the Leo Davidoff Society Award for her outstanding educational work at Montefiore / Albert Einstein College of Medicine, she was also recognized for her work in the Oral Phase Committee and General Committee of Bio-INTEC in the 2005.

He has presented at local and regional conferences, including the emergency medical service of the State of New Jersey, has participated in Online seminars for ABC television network for Education y prevention of stroke. In addition, he has contributed articles published in newspapers and magazines in New Jersey and Philadelphia on topics related to his specialty.

Dr. Ryna Then, together with a multidisciplinary team, achieved certification of "Comprehensive Stroke Center" awarded by the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association (American Joint Association), which is the most prestigious in the United States for the care and management of patients with stroke and intracerebral hemorrhages.

It is also co-researcher of multiple studies in neurology y cardiology. He has presented and published articles in prestigious academies and American and international magazines. Last year was awarded by the prestigious magazine South Jersey Magazine and "Top Doc 2018" in neurology.

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