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Intestinal Microbiome
Science Talk: Slow Walking Speed and Memory Complaints Can Predict Dementia
Relating the Value of Vaccines
Taking Research Beyond the Bench
Summer Research Programs Expand Student Horizons
Patient Advocacy

Patient Advocacy

Understanding the real-world challenges of patients is vital. The Einstein student group PACt matches first-and second-year students with chronically ill patients to increase awareness and sensitivity.

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Thwarting Leukemia

Thwarting Leukemia

Working at the molecular level, Dr. Ulrich Steidl is probing the activity of a protein that appears to foster acute myeloid leukemia. Using insights from his studies, his next step will be to develop drugs to stop it.

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The Right Diagnosis

The Right Diagnosis

Technological advances have made a difference in the accuracy of some diagnoses, but when assessing developmental issues in children, sometimes nothing beats a doctor's eyes, ears and touch.

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LCME Self Study

Calendar of Events

August 5 | 3:00 PM

“Chimeric Antigen Receptor T cell ...

Einstein in the Media

Aug 01, 2014

ABC-TV’s Good Morning America interviews Dr. Keith Ayoob about a new CDC report that found nearly 25 percent of parents underestimate their children’s weight.

Jul 16, 2014

The New York Times interviews Dr. Richard Lipton about research from the Einstein Aging Study which found an association between perceived stress and dementia.

Jul 10, 2014

Huffington Post featured an op-ed co-written by Dr. Kartik Chandran that addresses why no drug has been developed to cure Ebola.

Jun 30, 2014

New York Times' "Room for Debate," on online op-ed section, included a contribution from Dr. Michael Lipton on a new campaign to limit heading by youth soccer players.