Graduate Programs in the Biomedical Sciences

current students


Dec 01, 2017
11:45 PM
Form 1a and Form 1b due: December 1, 2017
Belfer Educational Center for Health Sciences 202


Dec 11, 2017
12:30 PM
Thesis Seminar: Neural Correlations in the Sound Localization System of the Barn Owl and Their Relevance for Coding
Michael Beckert
Rose F Kennedy Center Room 901

Thesis Defense Seminars

Currently no information available on upcoming Thesis Seminars


Einstein Graduate Student Outcomes & Alumni Statistics

81  Ph.D. Degrees Awarded
5.8  Years to Degree
2  Average Number of First Author Papers per Graduate
4  Average Number of Papers per Graduate
 70%  Pursuing a Post-Doc

Since the first graduation in 1961, the Graduate Division of Biomedical Sciences has trained more than +1600 students (+1100 Ph.D. and +400 MD-PhD). Our graduates have gone on to practice science or pursue science-related endeavors with the training they receive at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

The PhD program has produced:

  • 5 National Academy of Science Members
  • 2 HHMI investigators
  • 1 Presidential National Medial Of Science recipient

Recent PhD graduate positions 

     *Based on 2015-2016 (two-years) PhD Graduate Statistics


Career Development and Einstein Distinguished Scientists

Career Development

Career and Professional Development

The Einstein Career & Professional Development Program (CPD) offers a variety of services to help you make the most of your tenure here. Whether you are just starting out in PhD studies or as postdoctoral researcher or moving on to the next phase in your professional career, we can help.

Distinguished Scientists

Distinguished Scientists

Einstein has a long history of producing groundbreaking scientific discoveries. Einstein faculty have been recognized by prestigious academies for their scientific contributions.



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