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Ebola Research
Drug Development
A Career of Service
Taking Research Beyond the Bench
Exhibit Recounts Stories of Injuries and Medical Care during Civil War
Lecture Series

Lecture Series

The ICTR “Clinical Research 101” fall lecture series begins Sept. 2. The course is open to students, residents, fellows & faculty seeking to learn the fundamentals of clinical research methods.

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AECC Advances 2014

AECC Advances 2014

Researchers from almost every Einstein department met this summer to learn about the College of Medicine’s multidisciplinary cancer research efforts and to spark potential collaborations.

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The Word on Hep C

The Word on Hep C

The award-winning documentary The Fix addresses myths about hepatitis C while sharing the promise of new treatments for those living with the disease. The film features members of Einstein’s Wellness Center.

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LCME Self Study

Calendar of Events

September 2 | 3:00 PM

EBM: Finding the Evidence

Einstein in the Media

Aug 29, 2014

New York Times interviews Dr. Kami Kim about research that finds the parasite Toxoplasma gondii can manipulate the behavior of its host by switching on genes in brain cells.

Aug 27, 2014

CBSNews.com interviews Dr. Michael Lipton about the FDA consumer alert for dietary supplements that falsely claim to prevent or cure concussions.

Aug 19, 2014

NY1 interviews Dr. Jonathan Lai about his research on Ebola that focuses on developing antibodies to use as a possible treatment for all five strains of the virus.

Aug 15, 2014

USA Today interviews Dr. Belinda Ostrowsky about rapid detection tests for Ebola that are in development.