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Migraine Research
big data in focus
Following Her Personal Script
Offering a Global Perspective on LGBT Issues
Fostering a Collegial Meeting of the Minds
Teens and Science

Teens and Science

Through EiSci, Einstein students introduce Bronx high school students to careers in science and healthcare by offering the teenagers hands-on learning experiences and one-on-one mentoring sessions.

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Dismantling Disease

Dismantling Disease

Dr. Vern Schramm creates molecules that block key enzymes in disease processes. His pioneering work could one day play a role in treating conditions from arthritis to cancer to transplant rejection.

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Support for Parents

Support for Parents

The Children’s Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center (CERC) hosted a Parent Workshop, providing practical information for empowering caregivers of special needs children.

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LCME Self Study

Calendar of Events

April 25 | 8:00 AM

Anticoagulation in Hyperthyroidism and Atrial ...

Einstein in the Media

Apr 24, 2014

NPR interviews Dr. Arturo Casadevall about balancing scientific openness with potential security risks in light of research that omitted key details about the deadly Botulism toxin.

Apr 18, 2014

The Washington Post interviews Dr. Brian Currie about a new medical research data-sharing network to house the records of nearly 30 million Americans.

Apr 02, 2014

How much dietary salt is necessary? NBC’s “The Today Show” features research by Dr. Michael Alderman that found current salt guidelines may be too low for most Americans.

Mar 31, 2014

MSNBC interviews Dr. John Foxe about the new CDC report that finds the rate of autism is now 1 in 68 U.S. children, up 30% from 1 in 88 in 2008.