Translational medicine is the new frontier of medical research, and Einstein is at the forefront. Leading scientists at the College of Medicine are working to find better treatments - and, ultimately, cures - for cancer, heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, autism and other devastating medical conditions. To speed the application of their laboratory findings to patient care, these world-class investigators partner with physician-scientists at Einstein who help "translate" scientific discoveries into state-of-the-art treatments to benefit patients. The Men's Division Research Scholars Program is a $3 million initiative to support collaborations between Einstein's senior research scientists and physician-scientists - talented doctors starting their careers in translational research.
Collaborations between research scientists and research-oriented physicians at Einstein:
- Advance scientists' understanding of the underlying causes of disease.
- Enable gifted and dedicated young doctors to contribute their skills to potentially life-saving medical research.
- Accelerate the delivery of new and improved treatments to patients.
- Can lead to groundbreaking scientific discoveries that will impact human health in the 21st century and beyond.
Click here to view our Men's Division Research Scholars Program brochure