Oct 01, 20152:00 PMEinstein Postdoc Appreciation DayDr. Rory FlinnPrice Center/Block Pavilion LeFrak Auditorium
Oct 07, 20154:00 PMMy IDP- Individual Development Plan- Getting On The Same Page With Your MentorDr. Phil CliffordForchheimer Medical Science Building 5th Floor Lecture Hall
Tuesday, September 08, 201510:00 AM
The influence of RNA:DNA hybrids on chromatin composition, genome structure, and transcriptionJulie Nadel
Wednesday, September 09, 201510:30 AM
Thesis Defense SeminarVasiliki Pappa
Thursday, October 15, 20151:00 PM
Thesis DefenseMelinda Ng
“The mission of the Einstein Graduate Programs in the Biomedical Sciences is to provide outstanding education and training to enable students to develop as independent biomedical scientists, capable of carrying out significant research aimed at understanding biological systems and curing human disease”
The Academic Policies of the Einstein Graduate Programs in the Biomedical Sciences are meant to facilitate the productive and efficient progression of a student from admission into the Division to completion of the thesis. The Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies and the Graduate Committee review and update the Policies and Guidelines annually.
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