Einstein/Montefiore Department of Medicine

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Dr. David Oh, first year resident, Internal Medicine Residency Program, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY Dr. David Oh, Resident of the Month
Dr. David Oh, a first-year resident, received the March 2014 Resident of the Month award for exemplary service to patients, colleagues, and the Einstein/Montefiore educational mission.


Einstein medical student Aimee Krauz received a 3rd place award in the Montefiore Young Investigator Symposium for her presentation Curcumin-encapsulated nano 
particles as an innovative antimicrobial and wound healing therapy Medical Student Aimee Krausz Wins Young Investigator Award
Einstein medical student Aimee Krauz receive the third-place award at the Montefiore Young Investigator Symposium for her presentation entitled "Curcumin-encapsulated nano particles as an innovative antimicrobial and wound healing therapy".


Dr. David Greenwald, gastroenterologist at Albert Einstein College of Medicine Montefiore Medical Center, delivered a Capitol Hill briefing on the benefits on colonoscopy.Dr. David Greenwald Delivers Capitol Hill Colonoscopy Briefing
Dr. David Greenwald recently joined a group of distinguished gastroenterologists for a Capitol Hill briefing to to highlight the potential of colonoscopy to save lives.


Dr. Steven Baum rings the noon gong for Match Day 2014, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx NYMatch Day 2014 Strong for Internal Medicine Residency
The Internal Medicine Residency Program filled its 58 PGY1 positions for 2014 with candidates from highly ranked medical schools.


Incoming dermatology resident Michelle Park receives Match Day results Division of Dermatology has Strong Match Day 2014 Results
The Division of Dermatology celebrated another successful match day this year, securing the highest level candidates from near and far.


Divisions

Allergy & Immunology 

Cardiology 

Critical Care Medicine 

Dermatology 

Endocrinology & Diabetes 

Gastroenterology & Liver Diseases 

General Internal Medicine 

Geriatrics 

Hematology 

Hospital Medicine 

Infectious Diseases 

Nephrology 

Oncology

Pulmonary 

Rheumatology 


Featured Division: Infectious Diseases

Guiding Principles
Dr. Liise-anne Pirofski discusses how the Einstein-Montefiore Antibiotic Stewardship Program (ASP) is altering prescribing behaviors.


Preventing the Next Superbug
Theresa Madaline, MD


Low Dose Antibiotic Treatment of C.Difficile
Belinda Ostrowsky, MD

 
 
 

Department Chairman

Victor L. Schuster, MD (bio) 

Professor of Medicine
Professor of Physiology & Biophysics
Ted and Florence Baumritter Chair in Medicine
 

Letter from the Chairman 

 

Calendar

Thursday, April 24, 2014

From Hypercalcemia of Malignancy to Normal Physiology
Andrew Stewart, MD
8:00 AM : Forchheimer Medical Science Building 3rd Floor Lecture Hall

Grand Rounds

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West Campus

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Media Spotlight

How much dietary salt is necessary? NBC’s “The Today Show” features research by Dr. Michael Alderman that found current salt guidelines may be too low for most Americans. (Wednesday, Apr 02, 2014)

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