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Commencement 2016
Dr. Stephen Baum Receives Alumni Honor
Becoming a Scientist and a Leader
hhmi fellowships

Education

Appetizing Lessons

Appetizing Lessons

Through the  popular new elective “Cooking Healthily, Efficiently and with Fresh Foods,” or CHEFF, medical students learn about good nutrition, quick preparation and preserving ethnic traditions.

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Research

Kidneys at Risk

Kidneys at Risk

Einstein researchers found that many young, obese adults are unaware they are at risk for kidney disease, and that young Mexican Americans are at higher risk than non-Hispanic whites and blacks.

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Health

MRI Child's Play

MRI Child's Play

Playing with ‎LEGOs led to a model that may ease the fears of children undergoing MRI. The method, being tested by Dr. Benjamin Taragin, may make such testing safer — and easier — for kids

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Einstein in the Media

May 31, 2016

Los Angeles Times interviews Dr. Chinazo Cunningham about buprenorphine, a drug used to treat opioid addiction, for an article on Prince’s death.

May 10, 2016

Nature interviews Dr. John Greally about his criticism of a recent New Yorker article on epigenetics.

Apr 20, 2016

Reuters interviews Dr. Geoffrey Kabat about the WHO’s cancer agency, questioning how it determines which foods and materials are classified as carcinogenic.

Mar 29, 2016

CNN interviews Dr. Richard Lipton about a new study that finds moderate to intense exercise may slow the rate of mental decline.

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