Einstein’s M.D. program prepares tomorrow’s physicians to excel in both the science and the art of medicine by combining the pursuit of scientific excellence with compassionate and humanistic care and the social mission to improve human health through engagement in our local, national, and global communities. Our Graduate Programs in the Biomedical Sciences train some of today’s brightest students to become the next generation of leading scientific researchers, while our Medical Scientist Training Program (resulting in both M.D. and Ph.D. degrees) embraces a comprehensive "bench to bedside" philosophy to nurture the development of well-rounded physician-scientists. In all, the College of Medicine offers six graduate degree programs.
At Einstein, medicine is a rich and colorful mosaic created from many different activities and educational experiences from the biological sciences to the expand
The collaborative culture at Einstein is at the heart of the graduate program in the biomedical sciences. The interdisciplinary Ph.D. curriculum (umbrella program) expand
One of the first and most prestigious M.D./Ph.D. programs in the country, Einstein’s NIH-funded Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) embraces a comprehensive expand
Postdoctoral training is a key component of biomedical education at Einstein. Over 360 postdoctoral fellows from more than 35 countries expand
The Communication of Life Sciences Collaborative Program teaches Einstein and Fordham graduate students and postdocs to explain their research to the community. AAMC has given the program an award.
In this two-year program students acquire the foundation to design studies and analyze and write their own papers under the guidance expand
The Einstein-Cardozo Master of Science in Bioethics focuses on translational work in bioethics, adapting theory to build practical knowledge and skills expand
Albert Einstein College of Medicine is committed to excellence in graduate medical education. Einstein is the ACGME-identified institutional expand