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LCME Recognizes Dr. Reichgott's Contributions to Medical Education
open house 2014
A Father’s Legacy, A Daughter’s Motivation
Providing Needed Services in Iraq
National Medical Librarians Month Serves Up Fun in October
Emotions in Medicine

Emotions in Medicine

Doctors need to understand how their own emotions and biases can affect patient care. Noted expert Dr. Nancy McNaughton explored this important topic at a recent event for Einstein faculty.

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Obesity and Cancer

Obesity and Cancer

Obese people are more likely to get cancer (especially breast, colon, endometrial, kidney or esophageal) and to die of it. Einstein researchers are probing why obesity is so dangerous.

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Turning Off Diseases

Turning Off Diseases

Dr. John Greally studies how genes switch diseases on and off through protein expression. His work could have implications for cancer, diabetes, autism and other conditions.

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LCME Self Study

Calendar of Events

November 25 | 12:00 PM

"Modeling polarization and turning of ...

Einstein in the Media

Nov 19, 2014

The New York Times and NPR feature Dr. Nir Barzilai and one of his centenarian study participants in a joint article on aging.

Nov 05, 2014

The Christian Science Monitor interviews Dr. Tia Powell about the ethics and policies around the dying with dignity movement.

Nov 03, 2014

Wall Street Journal interviews Drs. Kartik Chandran and Steven Walkley about the connection between the rare genetic disease Niemann-Pick Type C and Ebola. (subscription)

Oct 16, 2014

Nature interviews Dr. Ana Maria Cuervo about her research on autophagy, a critical cellular recycling process linked to numerous diseases.