Born in New York, New York to Michael and Lucy Turino.
Receives a Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University.
Receives a Doctor of Medicine from Columbia University and becomes an intern at the Columbia University Division of Bellevue Hospital.
Becomes an assistant resident in medicine at Bellevue Hospital.
Becomes a resident in medicine at New Haven Hospital.
Serves to captain in the U.S. Air Force.
Becomes chief resident in medicine at the Columbia University Division of Bellevue Hospital.
Becomes a senior fellow of the New York Heart Association.
Becomes an assistant professor of medicine at Columbia University, and an attending physician at Presbyterian Hospital.
Becomes a career investigator for the Health Research Council of the City of New York.
Becomes an associate professor at Columbia University.
Promoted to full professor of medicine at Columbia University.
Serves as president of the New York Heart Association.
Becomes John H. Keating Professor of Medicine at Columbia University and director of medical service at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital.
Receives the Distinguished Achievement Award from the American Heart Association.
Serves as president of the New York Medical-Surgical Society.
Becomes director of the James P. Mara Center at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital.
Receives the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Birmingham UK 7 Conference.
Becomes Professor Emeritus at Columbia University.
Receives the First Visionary Award from the COPD Foundation.