Oct 05, 20169:00 AMBioMed Graduate School Virtual FairEvent
Oct 06, 20165:00 PMThesis Workshop: How to Avoid Plagiarism and Other Questionable Writing PracticesForchheimer Medical Science Building 5th Fl. Lecture Hall
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Wednesday, October 05, 2016
This free event gives prospective students the opportunity to meet school representatives from Biomedical programs across the country. Register today and learn about the exciting research opportunities at Einstein.
Ph.D. Student, Anna Wec is co-first author on a paper in Science titled, "A “Trojan horse” bispecific antibody strategy for broad protection against ebolaviruses". The team included scientists from Einstein, the USAMRIID, Integrated Biotherapeutics, Vanderbilt University, and The Scripps Research Institute.
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The Einstein PhD program is now accepting applications for Fall 2017 admissions. The PhD application deadline for Fall 2017 is December 15, 2016.
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PhD candidate Michael Beckert has always loved drawing. By combining his art with his pursuits at Einstein, he helps others better grasp complex scientific concepts and makes them appoachable to the public.
The Einstein Graduate Division and Regeneron, Inc. have organized organized a day of career development session and really exciting science in honor of Dr. David J. Heslin. We hope that you will join us in remembering David with his colleagues from Regeneron and our Einstein community.
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NIH Funds Research to See if Gut Microbiomes of Hispanics/Latinos Influence Their Diabetes Risk
New 'Trojan Horse' Antibody Strategy Shows Promise Against All Ebola Viruses
NIH Funds Research to Detect Tuberculosis Progression in People with HIV