General Internal Medicine Fellowship
Clinical Addiction Research and Education (CARE) Program
Primary Care and Social Internal Medicine Residency Training Program
Global Health & Clinical Skills Faculty Development Fellowship/Faculty Position
Diabetes Care, Hepatitis C, HIV Prevention and Adherence, Hospital Medicine, Medical Education, Nicotine Dependence, Obesity-Related Diseases, Pain Management, Substance Abuse Treatment, Tuberculosis, and Women's Health. more
Center for Comparative Effectiveness Research (CCER)
Clinical services in all aspects of internal medicine. more
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Standing Up for Social Justice
On January 21, teams of Montefiore-Einstein faculty, residents, fellows and students from the departments of Medicine, Family and Social Medicine, and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences took to the streets for the Women's March on Washington and its sister march in New York City to protest the new administration's plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act, rollback reproductive rights, defund women's healthcare initiatives, and deny immigrant rights.
Transitioning Home: Montefiore Clinic Combats Health Disparities Affecting Former Inmates
Now in its seventh year, Montefiore's Bronx Transitions Clinic (BTC), has treated more than 500 formerly incarcerated patients with chronic health conditions such as substance-use disorders, mental illness and infectious diseases. In October, Dr. Aaron Fox, associate professor of internal medicine and of family and social medicine at Einstein and director of the BTC, accepted the Joan H. Tisch Community Health Prize on behalf of the clinic.
Study on Preventing Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis Published in NEJM
A study co-authored by James Brust, M.D., and his former DGIM colleagues N. Sarita Shah, M.D., Ph.D. (lead author), and Neel R. Gandi, MD (senior author), and published in the January 18 online issue of The New England Journal of Medicine suggests that efforts to halt TB transmission in hospitals and community settings may be a better strategy than improving patient treatment.
Dr. Eva Metalios Honored for Human Rights Advocacy
Dr. Eva Metalios was honored by HealthRight International for her Human Rights work on behalf of torture survivors seeking asylum in the US.
Improving Outcomes for Patients with HIV
Dr. Kathy Anastos has received a $9.4 million NIH grant to lead research in Central Africa to improve clinical care and health outcomes for patients with HIV.
Research & Training in Substance Abuse
Led by Dr. Julia Arnsten, General Internal Medicine's outstanding, highly committed faculty members are conducting innovative investigations to address the burgeoning rates of substance abuse in the Bronx and the nation.
Overdose Deaths from Common Sedatives Have Surged, New Study Finds
Overdose deaths from benzodiazepine drugs ("benzos") have increased more than four-fold since 1996, according to a study conducted by Dr. Marcus Bachhuber, Dr. Chinazo Cunningham, and Dr. Joanna Starrels.
Dr. Serena Roth to Direct Weiler Clerkship Site
Dr. Serena Roth has been appointed the new site leader for the Department of Medicine third-year clerkship on the Einstein campus (Weiler Hospital).
How do Medical Students Deal with Communicating Uncertainty When Breaking Bad News?
A recent study by Dr. Rosemarie Conigliaro sought to address the effectiveness of medical students’ ability to inform family members about a patient’s death, particularly in cases where the cause of death is unclear.
Dr. Chinazo Cunningham Receives Faculty Mentoring Award
Dr. Chinazo Cunningham received the Einstein Faculty Mentoring Award in recognition of her significant impact as a Clinical Science Mentor on the faculty's career development and success.
Dr. Chinazo Cunningham Chosen for Mayor's Task Force
Dr. Chinazo Cunningham has been chosen to serve on the de Blasio administration's Ad Hoc "Mayor’s Heroin and Prescription Opioid Public Awareness Task Force".
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