- Professional overview
Karyn Boyar is an educator and family nurse practitioner specializing in Neurology and long term care. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the New York University College of Nursing, teaching both didactic and clinical courses and simulation. Dr. Boyar earned her DNP from Pace University in 2014, Family Nurse Practitioner /Master’s degree in Nursing Science from Pace University in 2002 and her BS from Pace in 2001. She has over 20 years’ experience in healthcare and over 10 years’ experience in the clinical care and management of patients with Parkinson’s disease and Dystonia. Her background includes work on many research trials including original research on diet in the management of Parkinson’s disease. Dr. Boyar has created comprehensive outreach initiatives for people with Parkinson’s disease that include community symposia, support groups and educational lectures and materials. She also created and taught unique movement classes with live music, designed for people with Parkinson’s disease. Before joining the faculty at the Rory Meyers College of Nursing, Ms Boyar was Clinical Specialty Coordinator at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and was the designated Outreach Coordinator for the National Parkinson Center of Excellence at the Robert and John M. Benheim Center for Movement Disorders.
- Honors and awards
Primary careHome careNeurology
- Professional membership
Sigma Theta TauEastern Nursing Research SocietyAmerican Nurses AssociationHillman Alumni AssociationNational League of Nursing
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