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A family of enzymes called GTPases regulates cell organization and movement and controls the development of cancer and autoimmune diseases. Visualizing how GTPases function can provide insights into how they influence health and disease. In a study published online on April 23 … more >
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AAMC Study Co-Authored by Einstein Faculty Examines Career Trends Among M.D.-Ph.D. Program Graduates
Presidential Lecture Celebrates Innovative Research
May 23, 2018Daniel R. Tishman to Chair Montefiore Medicine Trustee Board
May 15, 2018Einstein's 2018 Spirit of Achievement Luncheon
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Sarnoff Winner Sarah Marx: Living in Two Worlds
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Einstein’s 60th Commencement: On May 24, Einstein will hold its 2018 graduation ceremony at Lincoln Center. Dr. Steven Safyer, Dr. Allen Spiegel and Dr. Gordon Tomasseli will all give short remarks. Faculty are encouraged to attend.
New Chair for Montefiore Medicine Board
New York real estate icon Daniel R. Tishman, a longtime supporter of Montefiore Einstein, has been named chair of the Board of Trustees for Montefiore Medicine.
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"Vive la Resistance: Evidence that multidrug resistance is an ancient stem cell trait"
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