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New Director At Bassett Research Institute

Ann Gadomski
Ann Gadomski

COOPERSTOWN – Dr. Anne Gadomski, senior research scientist and pediatrician at Bassett Hospital, today was appointed director of the Bassett Research Institute, succeeding Dr. John May, who retired.

In addition to assuming directorship of the Bassett Research Institute, Gadomski will retain her position as an attending pediatrician at Bassett Hospital. She earned her medical degree from University of Rochester, and her master’s degree in public health and postdoctoral degree from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. She completed her pediatric residency at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester.

In  her more than three decades of research work, Gadomski has studied the efficacy and effectiveness of various clinical interventions and implemented study designs in settings ranging from inpatient, primary and community-based care to rural, national and international.

Through her past research, she has gained a great deal of experience developing collaborative research partnerships and establishing team science.

May, who also retired in 2015 as director of Bassett’s New York Center for Agricultural Medicine and Health (NYCAMH), which that he co-founded in the early 1980s to prevent farm accidents and illnesses.  He was succeeded by Julie Sorensen.


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