Dr. Shuvendu Sen is presently the Director of Medical Education and Associate Program Director of Internal Medicine Residency Program at Raritan Bay Medical Center, Meridian, Hackensack University in New Jersey.

A Diplomat from the American Board of Internal Medicine Dr. Sen holds double Master of Science research degrees from Long Island University ( Medical Microbiology and Pharmacology) and has received post graduate training in Internal Medicine from Raritan Bay Medical Center, New Jersey as also in Nuclear Medicine from Cornell Weill Medical Center in New York.

Dr Sen has been extensively published in many peer reviewed journals and is the Chief Editor of a medical text book titled Principles of Clinical Medicine, AITBS, 2016.

He periodically writes for New Jersey Voices section of the Star Ledger and Times of India.

 

Shuvendu Sen, MD, MS, FACP

Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program
Director of Medical Student Education
Raritan Bay Medical Center

A Diplomat from the American Board of Internal Medicine Dr. Sen holds double Master of Science research degrees in Medical Microbiology and Pharmacology/Toxicology from Long Island University, NY.

Dr. Sen has received post graduate training in Internal Medicine from Raritan Bay Medical Center, NJ as also briefly in Nuclear Medicine from Cornell Weill Medical Center, NY.

At Raritan Bay Medical Center, Dr Sen also serves as the Director of Continuing Medical Education, Chairmen of Medication Use Nutritional Care Committee and Opioid Task Force Committee. Dr. Sen is in the Faculty of Rutgers, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and Ross University.shuvendu-sen-md

Dr. Sen is the recipient of Men of Distinction Award (New York State Senate), Oscar Edwards E. Award (American College of Physicians), and the Press Ganey Outstanding Physician’s Award (Betsy Johnson Hospital, NC) for his contribution to education and community.

He is one of the Chief Editors of a forthcoming medical text book titled Principles of Clinical Diagnosis (publisher AITBS) and has authored and co-authored many research papers and projects.

As a columnist, Dr Sen’s writings have appeared in New Jersey Voices, The Star Ledger, Home New Tribune, The Guyana Times, Futures Magazine, The Times of India, among others and has been thrice nominated for United States Pushcart Award for his columns and other works of fiction.

As Member of Governor’s Council, American College of Physicians, (New Jersey Chapter), Dr. Sen is actively involved with academia and scholarly activities of the state and nation.

Dr. Sen has been featured by Channel 13, PBS, CBS, Time Warner Cable, TV Asia and New York’s WOR Radio talk show.