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A Career of Service
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Advice to First-Years

Advice to First-Years

Adjusting to first year medical school presents challenges and opportunities. One third-year Einstein student offers advice on effectively using resources and carving out free time.

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AECC Advances 2014

AECC Advances 2014

Researchers from almost every Einstein department met this summer to learn about the College of Medicine’s multidisciplinary cancer research efforts and to spark potential collaborations.

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Promoting Eye Health

Promoting Eye Health

Members of Einstein and Montefiore recently teamed up at the Flushing Chinatown’s Good Health Day. They offered free vision screenings and help with related health issues.

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LCME Self Study

Calendar of Events

September 15 | 3:00 PM

Web of Science

Einstein in the Media

Sep 09, 2014

CBSNews.com interviews Dr. Lisa Shulman about a promising autism intervention program that helped resolve autism behaviors in the majority of 7-to-15-month-olds studied.

Sep 04, 2014

The Washington Post interviews Dr. Richard Lipton about why more women than men develop Alzheimer’s disease.

Sep 02, 2014

New York Times interviews Dr. Kartik Chandran about new research that found the experimental Ebola drug ZMapp was successful in treating monkeys infected with the virus.

Aug 29, 2014

New York Times interviews Dr. Kami Kim about research that finds the parasite Toxoplasma gondii can manipulate the behavior of its host by switching on genes in brain cells.