Shuvendu Sen, MD (Long Island, New York), is a nationally and internationally recognized physician, author, speaker, and a humanitarian for over 20 years. He is Director, Medical Education, and Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program at Raritan Bay Medical Center, Meridian Hackensack University. He is the author of numerous medical and scientific publications, book chapters and abstracts and is one of the chief editors of a medical text book titled Principles of Clinical Diagnosis. Dr. Sen has been named to America's Best Physicians and has received the Oscar E. Edwards Award from the American College of Physicians, as well as many national and regional awards for research, teaching, and community contribution. Thrice nominated for the Pushcart Prize Award for both fiction and nonfiction works, Dr. Sen is the author of the critically acclaimed book for lay audiences A Doctor's Diary that was selected at the World Book Fair, held in India, in 2016. He serves in advisory capacities in many leadership committees, including the American College of Physicians, the Alzheimer's Association, and Rotary International. Dr. Sen has been featured on PBS and CBS among many other media outlets

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