Postdoctoral Studies

Einstein Postdoctoral Association

The Einstein Postdoctoral Association (EPA), founded in 1996, was one of the first Postdoctoral Associations in the United States. Every postdoc joining Einstein is automatically part of the EPA. The EPA currently has around 360 members. The mission of the EPA is to improve scientific interactions amongst postdocs and the quality of their personal life.

The Einstein Postdoctoral Guide covers all aspects of postdoctoral life at Einstein, and is a collaboration between the The Einstein Postdoctoral Association and the Belfer Institute.

The Einstein Postdoctoral Association (EPA) maintains an independent website at

NOTE: The EPA website is an unofficial site, and opinions or other content posted on that site do not reflect the positions of Albert Einstein College of Medicine.


2016 EPA Departmental Representatives

Anatomy & Structural Biology 


Cell Biology Developmental and Molecular Biology (DMB)


Genetics Medicine/Cardiology


Microbiology and Immunology (M&I)


Molecular Pharmacology 
Neuroscience Ophthalmology Physiology & Biophysics Surgery


Quality of Life Representatives
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