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Immunotherapy: Wielding a Powerful Weapon

Immunotherapy: Wielding a Powerful Weapon

Einstein scientists are finding ways to dial the immune system up or down. This strategy could play a significant role in treating cancer, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, arthritis and other major diseases.  read article >

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Outsmarting Ebola: Innovative Research

Outsmarting Ebola: Innovative Research

Kartik Chandran, Ph.D., describes the strategies he and his colleagues are using to develop treatments for Ebola viral infections. A 3-D animation shows how Ebola enters a cell and delivers its payload.  watch video >

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Malaria Research: Progress and Promise

Malaria Research: Progress and Promise

From the lab to the field, Einstein-Montefiore researchers are actively seeking new treatments for the deadly mosquito-borne illness—with a special focus on cerebral malaria.  read article >

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New Form of Relief for Osteoarthritis

New Form of Relief for Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis causes joint pain and loss of movement. It results from the breakdown of cartilage tissue and most commonly affects the elderly. . Some studies suggest that curcumin, a chemical constituent of the spice turmeric used in curry, may slow or reverse … read more >

Autophagy & the Immune Response

Autophagy & the Immune Response

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has awarded Fernando Macian-Juan, M.D., Ph.D., a five-year, $2-million grant to study how chaperone mediated autophagy (CMA) in T cells regulates the cells’ function. CMA is a degradation system that cells use to break … read more >

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