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Science Talk: Brainwave Test Could Improve Autism Diagnosis and Classification
Resolving A Mysterious Threat to Tigers
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Following in a Giant's Footsteps
Advice to First-Years

Advice to First-Years

Adjusting to first year medical school presents challenges and opportunities. One third-year Einstein student offers advice on effectively using resources and carving out free time.

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Proteins and Drugs

Proteins and Drugs

Protein structure and shape are important to developing drugs. Steve Almo, Ph.D., professor of biochemistry, explains how his lab turns proteins into crystals to find drug targets for cancer and other diseases.

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Autism Questions

Autism Questions

When a new school year begins, teachers and parents can be caught off guard by classroom behaviors. Einstein’s Dr. Lisa Shulman explores requests for autism evaluations and the dynamics behind them.

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Einstein in the Media

Sep 22, 2014

Time features research led by Dr. Sophie Molholm suggesting that brain scans measuring how quickly children process sensory information could be used to diagnose autism.

Sep 18, 2014

Wall Street Journal interviews Dr. Judy Wylie-Rosett about research that suggests artificial sweeteners may raise blood sugar levels by altering the body’s gut bacteria. 

Sep 15, 2014

Nature interviews Dr. Dean Hosgood about his research on the environmental and genetic factors that lead to high rates of lung cancer in non-smoking Asian women.

Sep 09, 2014

CBSNews.com interviews Dr. Lisa Shulman about a promising autism intervention program that helped resolve autism behaviors in the majority of 7-to-15-month-olds studied.