Student Clubs

At Einstein, there are myriad clubs and interest groups that reflect the professional, educational and social endeavors of the Einstein student body. These clubs and groups offer opportunities to get involved in Einstein’s local Bronx community, take part in the local, regional and national activities of professional organizations, gain insights into specific medical disciplines, engage with fellow students and other members of the Einstein community around like interests and simply to have fun. What’s more, if you have an idea for a club or interest group that you think will be of interest to other students, we encourage you to contact student-activities@einstein.yu.edu. The office of student activities can help you get started in organizing your club or group.

Steps for starting a new club:

Step 1:
If you are interested in starting a new club, complete the new club proposal form and wait for approval from the Student Governing Board.
 
Step 2:
Once you have been approved, you will receive a preliminary budget of $100 on a clincard, which you can pick up from the Office of Student Activities in Belfer 115.
 

If you have any further questions, please contact Jessica Lucas, Marketing Communications Coordinator at jessica.lucas@einstein.yu.edu or call 718.430.2101.

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Ad Libitum

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Ad Libitum

The Mission of the Ad Libitum Club is to raise awareness of the dynamic interface between art, medicine and science and to provide platforms for support and sharing of artistic endeavors by the Einstein community, i.e. students, faculty and staff.

These mission goals are to be accomplished by the production of an annual literary and art magazine representing the Einstein community and secondly through events to showcase the literary and artistic endeavors of the Einstein community.

Contact: Basia Galinski
Visit: Ad-Libitum

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American Medical Association Einstein Student Chapter (AMA)

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American Medical Association (AMA)

AMA is a group run by medical students for medical students. Whatever your interest or passion in medicine might be, AMA can help you to explore, share, and bring that interest to life. Whether that be reaching out to the local community or giving voice to a national issue in medicine today, AMA is here to be a vehicle that serves the interests of the medical students here at Einstein. We host voter registration drives, policy & resolution writing workshops, and network with medical students across the nation at biannual conferences.

Contact: Breyen Coffin
Visit: AMA Website; Einstein AMA Facebook

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American Medical Student Association (AMSA)

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American Medical Student Association (AMSA)

To enhance the wellness and mental health of the students at Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Contact: Loren Castellon
Visit: AMSA Website

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American Medical Women's Association (AMWA)

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American Medical Women's Association (AMWA)

The American Medical Women's Association functions at the local and national level to advance women in medicine and improve women's health. We achieve this through shadowing opportunities, educational and advocacy events, and community outreach.

Contact: Lauren Klingensmith
Visit: AMWA Website

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American Physician Scientists' Association (APSA)

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American Physician Scientists' Association (APSA)

Contact: Kim Ohaegbulam and Maxwell Weidmann

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Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA)

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Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA)

APAMSA at Einstein shares the mission of National APAMSA. We are dedicated to raising awareness of pertinent health issues to Asians and Pacific Islanders (APIs), such as chronic hepatitis B/C, underrepresentation in the leukemia and bone marrow registry, mental health awareness and stigma, and cross-cultural barriers to care. We organize various events, volunteer in the community, and attend conferences throughout the year.

Contact: Riana Jumamil
Visit: APAMSA Einstein Website

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Badminton Club

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Badminton Club

The Badminton Club at Einstein strives to bring together badminton enthusiasts and establish new interest in the sport. By providing opportunities for the Einstein community to discover and practice the sport, we hope not only to have fun playing badminton, but also to maintain our mental and physical health.

We have an open gym from 1:30 - 4:30 PM on Sundays at the Falk Recreation Center, and offer coaching sessions and a tournament play throughout the year. All skill levels are welcome!

Contact: Sadia Ahmed
ttruong@mail.einstein.yu.edu

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Building the Next Generation of Academic Physicians (BNGAP)

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Building the Next Generation of Academic Physicians (BNGAP)

Our mission is to help a diverse group of medical students become aware of academic medicine as a career option and to provide them with the resources to further explore and potentially embark on an academic medicine career.

We strive to connect our peers to strong mentors and a range of opportunities in the Einstein community in order to contribute to the development of a diverse and passionate class of physicians who will take on meaningful and impactful careers in academic medicine.

Contact: Sean O'Keefe

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BODY Garden Club

Bronx, Obesity, Diabetes and You (BODY)

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Bronx, Obesity, Diabetes and You (BODY)

BODY's mission is to address the high rates of obesity and diabetes in Bronx, New York. Specifically, we strive to counter these epidemics through exercise and nutrition education programs for children at local public schools, expanding the capacity to grow and access fresh, nutritious food through a community garden and the "adoption" of local bodegas (corner stores.)

Contact: Syed Shabbir
Visit: Website

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Chabad

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Chabad

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  • A Jewish student organization providing social, educational, recreational, and spiritual programming for students.
  • A club where Jews of all backgrounds are welcome.
  • A forum where students can socialize in a comfortable setting, with friends, food and discussion.
  • A society for all Jewish students, with opportunities to enrich their experiences in all aspects of their medical career.
  • A club for reflection and study, where students can gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of their Jewish heritage.
  • An institution where students can question their faith without fear of judgment.
  • A partnership between students and staff to help create student programming, plan social action projects, raise women's issues and offer volunteer opportunities.
  • A venue where non-Jewish students and staff can gain an understanding of the Jewish holidays, customs and rituals that surround them on campus.

All Chabad at Einstein student club events are open and welcome to all.

Contact: Noah Elkins
Visit: Website

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Chinese Student Club (CSC)

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Chinese Student Club (CSC)

Chinese Student Council is dedicated to connecting Chinese IP, students, postdocs technicians together, and promoting communications between our Chinese community and other groups in or outside Einstein.

Contact: Qiyuan Hong

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Consulting Club

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Consulting Club

Contact: Inactive

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Einstein Christian Fellowship (ECF)

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Einstein Christian Fellowship (ECF)

ECF is where believers and seekers alike can encourage and support one another to experience God and to grow together in our love for Christ, where we integrate our faith and profession, and where we love and serve our community.

Contact: Bryan Kuo
Visit: Website

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Einstein Community Health Outreach (ECHO) Clinic

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Einstein Community Health Outreach (ECHO) Clinic

ECHO is Einstein's student-run free clinic in the South Bronx that provides high quality health care to the adult uninsured population of the Bronx and surrounding boroughs. Einstein students are offered the opportunity to volunteer in a number of positions that are each vital to the daily functioning of the clinic.

Contact: Arvind Badhey
Visit: Website

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Einstein Dance Club

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Einstein Dance Club

The goal of Einstein Dance Club is to provide the Einstein community with opportunities to learn a variety of dance styles, such as hip-hop, contemporary, and salsa. We host 2-3 workshops per month, taught by both experienced students and professional dancers from the NY area. All Einstein students, postdocs, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend, and previous experience is NOT required. We strive to make these workshops fun and no-stress to cultivate a love of dance in our community!

Contact: Aurora Jin
Visit: Website

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Einstein Dog Owner's Association

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Einstein Dog Owner's Association

E-DOG's mission is to support and promote responsible ownership of campus dogs. To enforce rules and regulations regarding responsible handling and leashing of campus dogs, and pertaining to proper use and clean-up of the Einstein Dog Park. To provide community for campus dog-owners to voice questions and opinions regarding dog ownership on the Einstein campus. To liaise with non-dog owners to improve interactions with on-campus dogs.

Contact: Mark Barahman

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Einstein Garden Club

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Einstein Garden Club

The garden club offers the opportunity to learn how to grow produce using sustainable, organic farming practices in an urban environment. We have plots for individuals or families, as well as community plots for all members. We also maintain a compost system that is available for all Einstein community members and promote the reduction of food waste in landfills.

Contact: Hannah Monday

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Einstein Human Rights Club (EHRC)

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Einstein Human Rights Club (EHRC)

Our mission is to evaluate and document evidence of torture and gross human rights abuses in asylum seekers in the U.S.

Contact: Tommy Wilson

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Einstein Peer Career Advising

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Einstein Peer Career Advising

We created this organization in order to better inform and support students going through the difficult process of choosing a specialty. This is an administration-supported student organization aimed at providing peer mentors who were recently making the same difficult decisions.

Contact: Eric Jordan and Jacob Johnson

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Einstein Peer Mentor Network

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Einstein Peer Mentor Network

"The Einstein Peer Mentor Network provides academic and personal support to MD, PhD and MSTP students. It's free, confidential, and run for students, by students. If you're feeling stressed and want to talk to someone who's been there, please visit our website and send us an email.

We are available for all matters of advice concerning the rigors of medical/graduate school including academic issues, time management, family matters, relationships, roommate hassles, loneliness and PI/lab challenges."

Contact: Dina Tsukrov Masterson Jean; Yosefa Hefter
Visit: web page

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Einstein PRIDE

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Einstein PRIDE

Einstein PRIDE seeks to create a healthy, welcoming, inclusive community among LGBTQI students, faculty, staff and allies. We organize social events on campus and engage in community events to learn more about the surrounding LGBTQIA community.

Contact: Sean Donegan

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Einstein Synagogue

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Einstein Synagogue

The Einstein Synagogue is the center of Jewish life at Einstein, located on the first floor of 1925 Eastchester Road, it's you home away from home. We have a myriad of daily and weekly activities such a services, sponsored shabbat meals, shabbat morning children's group, and many many more spiritual, educational, and social events. Our warm and welcoming community is comprised of people from diverse backgrounds. There is something for everyone in our community and lots of ways to get involved. So pop in, and see what we are all about!

Contact: Shuli Kulak

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Emergency Medicine Society (EMS)

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Emergency Medicine Society (EMS)

The Emergency Medical club at Einstein works with EM doctors in the Montefiore network to expose interested students to various aspects of the field. Annual activities include Phlebotomy, Intubation, and Suture Nights.

Contact: Stanley Kalata

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Einstein Minority Scientist Association (EMSA, formerly PJA)

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Einstein Minority Scientist Association (EMSA, formerly PJA)

EMSA serves as a formal support system for, but not exclusively limited to, underrepresented students admitted to the Sue Golding Graduate Division of Medical Sciences. The association promotes unity, friendship, intellectual challenge and encouragement. EMSA also serves as a forum for the expression of concerns, suggestions and problems of the underrepresented student body. All Ph.D. and M.D./Ph.D. students who attend Einstein are welcome to join as formal members.

Contact: Tere Williams

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Einstein Society for the History of Medicine

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Einstein Society for the History of Medicine

We aim to cultivate in students a deeper sense of appreciation of the general history of medicine and due reverence for the successes and failures of our predecessors in the field. We also aim to shed light on the major historical events in medicine that affected our species and which we may not otherwise be exposed to through our curriculum. Lastly, we generate enthusiasm and a thirst for historical knowledge amongst the members of the Einstein community through interactive lectures.

Contact: Eric Czinn

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Entrepreneurship & Biotechnology Club (EBC)

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Entrepreneurs & Biotechnology Club EBC

EBC's mission is to educate members about opportunities in the field of entrepreneurship, especially as it relates to biotechnology. The club regularly hosts events intended to build business and other skills as it may relate to innovation and entrepreneurship. EBC facilitates exposure to multiple stages of drug development and hopes to foster a vibrant start up culture within the Life Sciences.

Contact: Adam Kramer
Visit: EBC Website

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Graduate Student Council (GSC)

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Graduate Student Council (GSC)

The objectives of the GSC are to provide an agency for the coordination of graduate student activities and programs toward common goals and interests. We promote and enrich the academic and educational objectives of Einstein by funding and sponsoring events applicable to the intellectual, educational, and cultural interests of graduate students. We seek the improvement of graduate student education through active communication with the Graduate School, Student Government, and Einstein Senate.

Contact: Ameya Kulkarni
Visit: PhD Website

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Health Care Administration Club

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Health Care Administration Club

The Health Care Administration Club aims to educate medical and Ph.D. students on everything from careers in administration to a physician’s role within the ever-changing world of healthcare.

Contact: Elizabeth Fruchter

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Healthcare Innovation and Technology (HIT)

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Healthcare Innovation and Technology (HIT)

The mission of HIT is threefold. First, we hope to educate students on the technological innovations that are revolutionizing healthcare and make students more aware of how technology may change their roles as physicians. Next, we hope to train students on how implement change within healthcare and prepare them to become innovators in their careers. Lastly, we hope to provide networking opportunities to students interested in medicine and technology.

Contact: Daniel Boiarsky

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Homeless Outreach Program at Einstein (HOPE)

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Homeless Outreach Program at Einstein (HOPE)

The Einstein Internal Medicine Interest Group (HOPE) Strives to attend to the needs of the homeless clients of the Bronx. Working closely with The Living Room and Advocate Homeless Outreach Program at Einstein

Contact: Samin Atmar

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HIV Education And Rapid Testing (HEART)

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HIV Education And Rapid Testing (HEART)

Einstein HEART (HIV Education and Rapid Testing) partners with the Adolescent AIDS Program (AAP) of Montefiore to provide free rapid HIV testing weekly at Bronx Community College and Lehman College. HEART members receive training from AAP on HIV testing, peer education, sexual history taking, and sexual health counseling, as well as Point-of-Care certification from Montefiore. We also visit Bronx middle and high schools to teach students about contraception, STDs, and HIV, and to provide information on clinical resources and testing options. To bolster our impact at schools and reach an under-served population, we are expanding to test in high schools where the service is unavailable. By testing and teaching regularly in the community, we aim to directly increase the number of adolescents in the Bronx who know their HIV status, while reducing the stigma and fear associated with testing. HEART affords Einstein students the opportunity to contribute to a salient public health initiative. Interested in joining HEART or having us teach or test at your site? Please see www.Einstein-HEART.org.

Contact:einstein.heart@gmail.com
Visit:: Website

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Jazz Band

Jewish Social Club

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Jewish Social Club

The JSC is a non-denominational Jewish club that organizes fun events centered around Jewish culture. Our goal is to celebrate Jewish culture and allow both Jews and non-Jews the oppurtunity to engage with and learn about Judaism.

Contact: Joshua Weinreb

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Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA)

Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA)

The Latino Medical Student Association at Albert Einstein College of Medicine unites and empowers medical students through service, mentorship and educational events that promote the health of the Latino community.

Contact: Lizbeth Grado-Gutierrez
Visit: Website

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Lymph Notes

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Lymph Notes A Cappella (LNC)

The goal of the Lymph Notes is to enrich the lives of Einstein students and patients in the community with music. We rehearse every week and perform at student events, local hospitals, and nursing homes.

Contact: Bianca Ho

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Medical Student Council (MDSC)

Medical Students for Choice (MSFC)

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Medical Students for Choice (MSFC)

MS4C provides opportunities to learn more about abortion procedures and reproductive health policy, develop clinical & advocacy skills, and network nationally with students, physicians, advocates, and other health professionals who are working to advance reproductive justice.

We welcome both future abortion providers and those who may not provide abortion care themselves, but want to serve as pro-choice advocates in their roles as clinicians, researchers, educators, or administrators.

Contact: Sophie Lieberman

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Mindfulness and Meditation Club

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Mindfulness and Meditation Club

Making mindfulness and meditation accessible and routine. This group can provide information on techniques, guided meditations, and what mindfulness can mean and how it works. We are open to questions, sharing experiences; all are welcome.

Contact: Noah Elkins

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Minority Scientist Association (EMSA)

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Minority Scientist Association (EMSA)

Contact: Natalie Ramsey

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MSTP Student Council (MSC)

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MSTP Student Council (MSC)

To support the academic and social pursuits of the Einstein MSTP and greater student community through events guiding students in their academic and professionalism pursuits, highlighting achievements of students as they progress through Einstein and potentiating more social opportunities for Einstein students at large.

Contact: Erik Hasenoehrl
Visit: Website

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Musicians of Einstein (MOE)

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Musicians of Einstein (MOE)

Musicians of Einstein is an organization on campus dedicated to facilitating ways for AECOM musicians to play together and offer lessons. We plan on hosting shows to exhibit these musicians, bringing the AECOM student-body together with karaoke nights, and offering regular "jam sessions" for people to play their instruments in a judgmental-free environment.

Contact: Corin Kinkhabwa

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Muslim Student Association (MSA)

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Muslim Student Association (MSA)

We seek to integrate and institutionalize Islam in an American society. Our main goal is to unite the Muslim community, introduce and educate the rest of the community at Albert Einstein College of Medicine about Islam and what is means to be a Muslim in science.

Contact: Shakhawat Shamim

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Outdoor and Climbing Club

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Outdoor and Climbing Club

Our mission is to unite the Einstein climbing and outdoors community and to support members with instruction, equipment, and organized trips. We value safe practices and the highest level of ethical use and preservation.

Contact: Mark Barahman

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Photography Club

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Photography Club

Expressing medicine and exploring our community through the art of photography.

Contact: Ana Paula Morales Allende

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Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP)

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Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP)

Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP) advocates for universal, comprehensive single-payer national health insurance. PNHP believes that access to high-quality health care is a right of all people and should be provided equitably as a public service rather than bought and sold as a commodity. The mission of PNHP is therefore to educate physicians, other health workers, and the general public on the need for a comprehensive, high-quality, publicly-funded health care program, equitably-accessible to all residents of the United States.

Contact: Yssra Soliman

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Religious and Cultural Awareness Club

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Religious and Cultural Awareness Club

The Religious and Cultural Awareness Club (RCAC) educates medical students so that they can comprehend the complexities of their patient’s backgrounds and utilize this information in crafting a plan of treatment. We recognize that our patient population is diverse and that students may feel that they lack the knowledge to be culturally or religiously sensitive in certain areas.

Contact: Rebecca Forman

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REMEDY

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REMEDY

Recovered Medical Equipment for the Developing World (REMEDY) acts to reduce the waste from hospitals by recycling opened but unused medical supplies and providing them to clinics and healthcare facilities in need.

Contact: Cameron Turro
Visit: Website

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Simulations in Medicine

S4Gift (Students for Growing Interest in Transplantation)

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S4Gift (Students for Growing Interest in Transplantation)

The goal of S4GIFT is to educate and raise awareness about organ and bone marrow transplantation among medical students. We hold several bone marrow drives throughout the academic year and host other events such as a cadaver information sessions and an educational training session on organ donation. Our ultimate goal is to teach medical students and professionals to be better advocates for transplantation and donation in order to engage with our local community.

Contact: Noosheen Javadi
Visit: Website

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Surgery, Neurology and Psychiatry(SIGNAP)

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Surgery, Neurology and Psychiatry(SIGNAP)

We are a group dedicated to expanding students knowledge and resources in the fields of Neurology and Psychiatry through conferences, guest speakers, research, and networking at Einstein as well as other medical institutions.

Contact: Ramachandra Reddy

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Step 1 Group

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Step 1 Group

To improve Einstein students' preparedness for the USMLE Step 1 exam

Contact: Jolanta Gorecka
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Student Governing Board (SGB)

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Student Governing Board (SGB)

Formerly known as Student Council - members - 2 MSTP, 4MDSC reps and 2 GSC reps. Facilitate communication between Administration and entire Einstein Student Body.To encourage horizontal communication amongst three major student governng concils at Einstein ;provide oversight and financial administration of all organized student clubs and professional interest groups at Einstein. Specifically to appropirate student club budgets and to provide quality assurance for professional interest groups

Contact: Daniel Shin
Visit: Website

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Students for Integrative Medicine (SIM)

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Students for Integrative Medicine (SIM)

Students for Integrative Medicine is a group of students interested in exploring the connections between and benefits of the integration of modern western medicine and complimentary and alternative modalities in hopes of improving patient care. The group hosts speakers and events that elucidate this relationship. The group also serves as a community for students interested in pursuing integrative medicine as part of their career or as an aspect of their personal life.

Contact: Lindsey Fuller

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Student National Medical Association

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Student National Medical Association

The Student National Medical Association is committed to supporting current and future underrepresented minority medical students, addressing the needs of underserved communities, and increasing the number of culturally competent and socially conscious physicians.

Contact: Mame P. Fall

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Synagogue

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Synagogue

Contact: Russell Yavner

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Tae Kwon Do and Hapkido

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Tae Kwon Do and Hapkido

Einstein Tae Kwon Do & Hap Ki Do was founded in 1978 by Ronald DePinho, M.D, an Einstein alumnus and former faculty member. For almost 40 years now, Master DePinho's black belts have been teaching with the dedication, enthusiasm, and tradition exemplified by both Grand Master Kang and Master DePinho.

Training is geared toward all levels, and individualized instruction is always given to newcomers. Class is held every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday from 6:30 to 8:00 PM in Belfer 1501.

Contact: Sam Eisenberg
Visit: Einstein Tae Kwon Do & Hap Ki Do

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Toastmasters

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Toastmasters

TOASTMASTERS INTERNATIONAL is the world’s leading communication and leadership organization that provides a supportive environment in which you will conquer your public speaking fears, develop your presentation skills, and become an effective communicator.

Contact: Larissa Faustino

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WhiteCoats4BlackLives

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WhiteCoats4BlackLives

WhiteCoats4BlackLives (WC4BL) is a national medical student-run organization that views racism as a threat to the health and wellbeing of people of color and seeks to eliminate racial bias in the practice of medicine. To accomplish this mission, WC4BL aims to 1. Raise awareness of racism as a public health concern. 2. Work towards ending racial discrimination in medical care. 3. Prepare future physicians to be advocates for racial justice.

Contact: Elise Mike

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Women's Networking Group

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Women's Networking Group

The Women's Networking Group at Einstein (WNG) is collective of students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty members interested in providing a community to advance the personal and career goals of members of the Einstein community by hosting monthly meetings, discussions, workshops, meetups, and networking opportunities.

For more information, visit our website

Contact: Alyssa Casill

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