Dr. Stanley Kornhauser
(November 8, 1934 - March 9, 2012)
Stanley H. Kornhauser, Ph.D. was Vice President of Institutional Advancement at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine from 2005 until his passing in March of 2012. His twenty-six years of prior experience included work as an administrator, facilitator, grantsperson, professor and consultant. During those years, he served as Chief Operating Officer for a Queens multi-specialty ambulatory surgery center with primary care and pain management services. He also served as Program Manager for the Cancer Center at New York Hospital in Queens, and as Executive Director of Manhattan-Westchester Medical Services’ Brain (Dys)function Monitoring and Diagnostic Center at Gracie Square Hospital Annex in Manhattan. He was the Founder and President of the National Institute of Electromedical Information, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non- profit organization dedicated to education, training and research in the electromedical sciences. He also served as the Director of Planning and Biomedical Technology for the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, and as Director of Professional Development for the Mandl School of Allied Health in Manhattan, where he initiated, developed and supervised a training program for surgical technologists. Dr. Kornhauser also served as the Health and Science Advisor and columnist for two local newspapers, The Queens Times and The Culvert Chronicles. As a grantseeker, he was successful in obtaining funding for the first New York City Board of Education program in Genetic Engineering on the secondary level. As an adjunct professor, he gave courses at the graduate level in administration, grantseeking and human relations at Long Island University and City University campuses in New York. His consultant activities entailed working with associations, organizations, OEMs and communities on issues related to utilizing new and innovative diagnostic and therapeutic medical devices, as well as advising on the pros and cons of health and safety issues in electromagnetic environments. Dr. Kornhauser was a member of the New York Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Medical Administrators, a Fellow in the Academie Medicinae Psychiatriae Foundation and a Diplomate of the International Academy of Behavioral Medicine, Counseling and Psychotherapy. He had graduate degrees from Hunter College, City University of Los Angeles and New York University.