May 29, 201312:00 AMGraduationAvery Fisher Hall
May 30, 201312:00 PMPhD Distinguished Alumnus Seminar: “How I Got From Here to There”Nita J. Maihle, Ph.D.Forchheimer Medical Science Building 3rd Floor Lecture Hall
Friday, May 24, 20131:30 PM
Thesis Defense SeminarMatthew Nicholas
Tuesday, June 04, 20132:00 PM
"mTORC1 Activation is Reduced in an In-Vitro Model of Pompe Disease"Adi Shemesh
Einstein’s extraordinary graduate experience produces independent biomedical scientists capable of carrying out significant, award-winning scientific work to improve the health and well- being of humankind.
Our Ph.D. program now boasts over 1,200 graduates employed in a wide range of academic scientific careers, as well as in non-academic settings worldwide.
You apply directly to our PhD program, not to a specific department. This allows you to gain exposure many areas of research before making an informed decision about your thesis work.
Our graduate program is known for its high level of personalized mentoring. You choose a mentor who will guide you through your research, and an advisory committee to provide additional perspective and feedback to guide you through your thesis work.
You are part of an open-door environment where you are encouraged to share information and resources with fellow students and faculty.
You work with students and faculty from a variety of disciplines across the institution. Our students are known for their unique ability to develop novel, cross-disciplinary areas of investigation.
You meet regularly with the Directors of the Graduate Division at a variety of gatherings and develop an individualized curriculum based on your scientific background, interests, and goals.
Tuition & Stipend
Recruitment season opens
Fall 2013 applications open
Deadline for Fall 2013 application
Applicant Interviews (candidates are contacted for interviews)
Julius Marmur Symposium and revisit day for accepted students
Accepted students submit final decision
Entering Class of 2013 begins