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Ebola Research
Miscarriage Research
Moving From Student to Practitioner
Nepalese Student Aims to Help Her Homeland
Luncheon Offers Career Mentoring to Medical Students
Boot Camp for Ph.D.s

Boot Camp for Ph.D.s

Dr. Erik Snapp has created two new mini-courses to help level the playing field for incoming Ph.D. students. They often enter the College of Medicine with widely divergent skills and knowledge.

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Diabetes Prevention

Diabetes Prevention

Every day, Dr. Jill Crandall confronts diabetes and its harmful complications, which include heart, kidney, eye and foot damage. Her goal: to prevent the disease and its serious, life-changing effects.

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Danger of Loneliness

Danger of Loneliness

Prolonged loneliness can create lasting physical and mental harm, especially later in life. Dr. Gary Kennedy shares what concerned family and friends can do to help in this blog post.

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Calendar of Events

May 27 | 8:00 AM

Pediatric Grand Rounds "Overt and Silent Strokes in ...

Einstein in the Media

May 26, 2015

Black Tie Magazine covers Einstein's Women’s Division's 61st Annual "Spirit of Achievement" Luncheon, which honored Renee Fleming and Candice Bergen.

May 08, 2015

NPR’s Shots blog features research by Dr. Zev Williams that found widespread misperceptions about miscarriage.

May 01, 2015

The Scientist interviews Drs. Nir Barzilai and Evris Gavathiotis about their success in pursuing private funding in the face of federal funding cuts.

Apr 24, 2015

NPR’s The Takeaway interviews Dr. Tia Powell about the bioethical questions raised by Alzheimer’s patients being sexually active.