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Information for Students

To support the more than one thousand students currently enrolled in Einstein’s M.D., Ph.D. and combined M.D.-Ph.D. programs, the Jack and Pearl Resnick campus bustles with a variety of activities and outlets. Whether you’re seeking information relevant to your academic endeavors or to other interests, the links provided below offer you easy access to a broad range of services and departments at the College of Medicine. Can't find a resource you need? Please contact webrunners@einstein.yu.edu to let us know.

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Student Spotlight

Impressive Productivity—Third-year medical student Rabbi Peter Kahn has had a productive year for publications. An invited paper regarding student views on the ethics of anatomy was published in a special volume produced by the American Association of Anatomists and has been cited in other journal articles. A portion of his master’s thesis in theology, at Harvard, was published in the Journal of Religion and Health. Most recently, Rabbi Kahn served as lead editor of the latest issue (volume 6) of Verapo Yerape: Journal of Torah and Medicine, a joint publication of Einstein and Yeshiva University’s Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary. The journal, which is dedicated to the interface between Jewish law (Halakhah) and science/medicine, achieved top status for new releases in the “Jewish Orthodox Movements” section on amazon.com. Volume 6 includes an article by Rabbi Kahn titled “The Definition of a Human.” Dr. Edward R. Burns, executive dean, penned the foreword for the current issue. The editorial advisor for the journal is Rabbi Dr. Edward Reichman, professor of clinical emergency medicine and of clinical epidemiology & population health at Einstein and attending physician in emergency medicine at Montefiore.

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