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These locations offers many services, including screening, chemotherapy, and medical testing. I am a diagnostic radiologist with special expertise in gastrointestinal cancers.
I use leading-edge methods to diagnose and stage esophageal cancer , stomach cancer , small intestine cancer, and colon cancer.
I have been practicing radiology for more than 25 years and have been at MSK since As Director of the CT Section and Director of Gastrointestinal Radiology, I work closely with surgeons, medical oncologists, pathologists, and radiation oncologists.
This allows me to better understand the issues that people with cancer face. As a member of the Colorectal and Esophageal Disease Management Teams, I use my expertise in imaging to prepare and review imaging and clinical data with members of other departments.
We work together to provide the best cancer care to our patients. The level of care at MSK is unparalleled.
I enjoy working with oncologists who publish the most-important clinical trials in the most-reputable journals. I enjoy working with my radiology colleagues as we complement one another in our knowledge base.
I enjoy working with surgeons due to our shared way of seeing the body. Last but not least, I enjoy working with patients directly.
I am a very effective communicator and can learn a lot from them. This helps me interpret their studies. I am an investigator on three national clinical trials on rectal cancer.
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I remain highly involved in medical education. This includes lecturing to residents and fellows, speaking at national and international conferences, and working with the American College of Radiology to develop web-based knowledge programs for the certification of Centers of Excellence in rectal cancer radiology.
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Visit PubMed for a full listing of Dr. Golub explains that he is an "Humanistic" Jew, favoring Midrashic or Rabbinic approaches to the Tradition over labeling himself " Reform " or " Reconstructionist ".
Golub credits the various streams of Judaism which characterized his family's Jewish experience for this eclectic embrace of Jewish life.
His paternal grandfather, Dr. Jacob S. Golub, was a pioneer in American Jewish education and his paternal grandmother, Rose W.
Golub, wrote "Down Holiday Lane" with a comprehensive teacher's companion. Jacob Golub was also a colleague of Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan, helping Dr.
Jacob Golub was also an original contributing editor of "The Reconstructionist" magazine. Golub's family was mainstream Conservative Congregation Rodef Shalom in Bridgeport, CT and his parents helped found the first Conservative Synagogue of Trumbull, Connecticut where Golub helped his father lead services as cantor when the student rabbi from JTS was not there.
As a result, Golub has had the unique opportunity to experience and appreciate the strengths of all four major movements of American Jewish life—Orthodox, Conservative, Reform and Reconstructionist.
Eugene B. Borowitz, to join him in the creation of "Sh'ma Magazine: A journal of Jewish responsibility," which was one of the first publications to provide a forum in which Jews from every sector of the Jewish community could engage in written dialogue on the Jewish and secular issues of the day.
Golub became Sh'ma's founding assistant editor. After his ordination in , Golub was invited by R.
Also in , Golub became the founding rabbi of a chavurah in Stamford, CT, called Chavurat Aytz Chayim, with an emphasis on adult study and family participation.
Reflecting Golub's "Humanistic" approach to Judaism, the chavurah has a traditional feel with a liberal egalitarian style. In , a similar group of families in neighboring Greenwich, Connecticut, Chavurat Deevray Torah, asked Golub to become their founding rabbi on alternating weekends.
The two congregations merged over time and is now Chavurat Aytz Chayim. Golub's rabbinic focus of study has always been on the genius of traditional rabbinic midrash which elucidates the meaning and applications of Torah.
While profoundly committed to the rabbinic tradition, Rabbi Golub emphasizes the extent to which the rabbinic tradition rejected all forms of literal, fundamentalist understandings of Judaism and rejected the notion of supernatural miracles.
Golub's teaching centers on the notion that a Jew is a member of a "family," the Jewish People; and that Torah is best understood as the Jewish People's unique embrace of life in a response to their sense of the Divine in the universe.
JEM's first production was a weekly radio-magazine Golub produced and hosted called "L'Chayim," which premiered on the first Sunday of February and which since then has never missed a Sunday.
L'Chayim is currently seen weeknights as the flagship program of Shalom TV. Golub speaks almost no Russian but he developed a presence on the channel as the president and a friend to all, and over time he established a devoted following and is now beloved among the Russian Jewish community, especially in Brighton Beach and other Russian-populated parts of Brooklyn and the surrounding areas.
Golub has received multiple honors for his work as the creator of RTN. When in , the purchasing company filed bankruptcy, Golub and his brother David Golub, an attorney with his own law firm in Stamford, CT and Mark's partner in his business and Broadway endeavors, purchased the Russian assets from the New Jersey Bankruptcy Court.
He has remained the President as well as the face of RTN. By , Shalom TV was a free VOD service on virtually every American terrestrial television provider and was available in more than 40 million American homes.
Golub is dedicated to being "the host" of Jewish Broadcasting Service, being seen in several of the channel's signature series including L'Chayim, Jewish , From the Aleph Bet, In the News as well as public affairs coverage.