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Einstein-Montefiore Clinical Research Training Program Begins a New Chapter

Education

Science and Teaching

Science and Teaching

Postdoc scholars in the Bronx-Einstein Training in Teaching and Research program recently took part in a conference. There they shared their work with fellow scholars from around the nation.

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Research

Tiny Fish, Big Impact

Tiny Fish, Big Impact

Thanks to their fast reproductive cycle and transparency, zebrafish are helping Einstein researchers learn about conditions such as infertility, acute myeloid leukemia and congenital spinal defects.

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Health

Healing All Wounds

Healing All Wounds

Einstein basic scientists have found a way to jump-start wound healing at the molecular level, and Montefiore’s Wound Healing Program offers patients optimal treatments and preventive care.

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Einstein in the Media

Aug 29, 2016

The Huffington Post quotes Dr. Sylvia Wassertheil-Smoller about her research that found potassium-rich foods cut the risk of stroke and death in older women.

Aug 09, 2016

U.S. News & World Report interviews Drs. Ana Maria Cuervo and Nir Barzilai about their aging research.

Jul 29, 2016

Crain’s Health Pulse interviews Dr. Laurie Bauman regarding a collaborative study aimed at controlling the spread of HIV using PrEP, a drug proven to reduce risk.

Jul 08, 2016

Fox News Health interviews Dr. Sophie Molholm regarding her research on sensory processing disorder.

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