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Einstein Faculty

Einstein is home to more than 2,000 faculty members, who promote research and academic excellence at the College of Medicine.  In addition to conducting research in the institution’s 300 laboratories, these individuals serve as mentors and teachers to the medical school’s 724 M.D. students, 248 Ph.D. students, 117 M.D.-Ph.D. students and 368 postdoctoral research fellows. This page reflects resources and information useful to Einstein investigators, along with highlights pertaining to honors and events relevant to faculty.  Can't find a resource you need?  Please contact webrunners@einstein.yu.edu to let us know.

Faculty Features

A Day of Immersion and Inspiration: Einstein First-Years Get Acquainted with the Bronx

Did you know that the Bronx got its name from the Bronx River, which was named for Dutch settler Jonas Bronck? Or that Van Cortlandt and Pelham Bay are New York read more

Luncheon Features Four Inspiring Honorees and Raises Funds for Cancer Research

Attendees at the 61st annual Spirit of Achievement Luncheon, hosted by Einstein’s Women’s Division on May 19 at the Rainbow Room, enjoyed breathtaking views of Manhattan as they celebrated this year’s read more

Corey Keller: M.D.-Ph.D. Graduate Builds Networks to Understand Them

The brain has often been compared to an orchestra. Just as various instruments create an interplay of melody, harmony, rhythm, and dynamics to make up the music, the brain’s complex networks read more

 
 
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Academic Honors

Award Supports ResearchThe Pew Charitable Trusts have named Dr. Erika Garay to the Pew Latin American Fellow Program in the Biomedical Sciences. Dr. Garay is a native of Mexico and one of only 10 scientists to receive the fellowship, which will support her research on aging in the lab of Dr. Ana Maria Cuervo and help her set up her own laboratory in Mexico. Dr. Garay studies how aging affects the cell’s ability to remove damaged molecules. She wants to identify the components in cells that regulate debris clearance. This clearance becomes less efficient as people age, and its failure has been linked to age-related diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. Finding what regulates debris clearing may lead to therapies for age-related diseases. Dr. Garay is a postdoctoral researcher in Dr. Cuervo’s lab. Dr. Cuervo is professor of developmental and molecular biology, of anatomy and structural biology and of medicine, as well as co-director of Einstein’s Institute for Aging Research and the Robert and Renée Belfer Chair for the Study of Neurodegenerative Diseases.

 

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Faculty Development Events

Friday, September 18, 2015

"The Basics of Excel"

Time: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Location: Forchheimer 119N