May 22, 20176:30 PMPhD Graduate ReceptionMarina del Rey
Oct 09, 20178:00 AMMSTP RetreatConference Center
Thursday, March 23, 201710:00 AM
Thesis Defense Seminar: "The mechanism by which MenaINV promotes invadopodium maturation in response to multiple cues in the tumor ...Maxwell Weidmann
Thursday, March 30, 20172:00 PM
Transcriptomic and epigenetic dynamics of breast cancer progression in the MMTV-PyMT mouse modelYing Cai
Thursday, April 06, 201710:00 AM
Regulation and functions of the ID protein Extra macrochaetae in neural developmentKe Li
The Einstein Graduate Programs hosts a wide variety of events throughout the year. See below for more details on all of the special events supported by the Graduate Division.
First year graduate students complete laboratory rotations before selecting their thesis lab. These rotations allow students to explore their particular research interests while taking advantage of the breadth of science available to them. The laboratory they choose is where they will do their thesis research for the remainder of their graduate career. The Declaration Celebration ceremony officially welcomes the first year class into their labs and celebrates the start of their thesis work.
A reception honoring the recent, successful completion of our graduate student qualifying exams and the receipt of the M.S. degree.
The annual celebration for all of our recent graduates, faculty, graduate students and staff. The event honors the year's graduates, and the recipients of the LaDonne Schulman Teaching Award and the Student Service Award.
A commencement ceremony is held each year, in celebration of the accomplishments of the Einstein graduate students. Graduate students who meet all requirements can be recommended for the Doctor of Philosophy degree. This includes the successful completion of all graduate course requirements, the graduate thesis document, and presentation, which describes the original research carried out by the student in the laboratory.
This annual research symposium, hosted by the Einstein Graduate Division, is the premiere Graduate Program event of the year, highlighting the research and contributions of our graduate students.
In memory of David J Heslin, PhD '09, who lost his battle with cancer. Dave cared deeply about the development of young scientists. The symposium will combine career development with exciting science.
This two-day event is held each year during the month of September. The faculty research poster sessions are an opportunity for first-year graduate students to meet faculty and their fellow graduate students and discuss research.
A summer of scientific research culminates in an afternoon of poster presentations by the Einstein SURP & High School Summer Program participants.
The Einstein Graduate Division extends a warm welcome to the incoming PhD students. This extensive orientation is designed to acclimate PhD students to the Einstein community, and prepare them for the breadth of scientific research they will encounter.
The Einstein Graduate Division extends a warm welcome to our incoming 2015 MSTP students. We have prepared an extensive orientation day that will acclimate you to your home for the next year, and prepare you for the breadth of scientific research you will encounter.
The Einstein Graduate Division extends a warm welcome to our incoming PREP scholars. This extensive orientation is designed to acclimate PREP scholars to the Einstein community, and prepare them for the breadth of scientific research they will encounter.
The Einstein Graduate Division extends a warm welcome to our incoming SURP students. This extensive orientation is designed to acclimate SURP students to the Einstein community, and prepare them for the breadth of scientific research they will encounter.
The Einstein Graduate Division welcomes our Einstein-Montefiore High School Summer Research participants