Research

Recent Highlights

A roundup of briefs on major NIH grants and published research by Einstein and Montefiore investigators include those on blood-forming stem cells, the link between diabetes and COVID-19, dementia among African Americans, and more.

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Recent Highlights
$178M NIH Research Funding
1,800+ Full-time Faculty
3,292 Published Papers
20 Research Centers
36 Global Initiatives
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Education

Einstein Welcomes the Class of 2024

A new class of 183 M.D. students arrived on campus last month to launch their medical school careers, which will include recent curricular innovations in the clerkship years.

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Einstein Welcomes the Class of 2024
724 M.D. Students
158 Ph.D. Students
106 MSTP Students
07 Educational Programs
50+ Student Organizations
Preventing & Treating Alzheimer’s Disease

Einstein & Montefiore

Preventing & Treating Alzheimer’s Disease

Joe Verghese, M.B.B.S., M.S., has received two NIH grants totaling $13.8 million to conduct studies on pre-dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

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Diversity and Inclusion

We reaffirm our strong commitment to fostering a culture in which diversity is a central tenet.

Luis Maldonado

Luis Maldonado

A diverse workplace allows us to learn from each other by sharing our strengths, our talents and our skills.

Dayle Hodge

Dayle Hodge

A wealth of diversity creates the excellent training environment that is Einstein.

Yaron Tomer, M.D., FACP

Yaron Tomer, M.D., FACP

As a member of the Einstein family and as a person, I am committed to promoting diversity.

Damien Jackson, M.Ed.

Damien Jackson, M.Ed.

I hope that the College becomes the standard for diversity and inclusion in New York.

Shanisha Gordon

Shanisha Gordon

It is my hope that we can meaningfully acknowledge and address racialized issues within our community with the courage and conviction especially required in this political clime.

Shacelles Bonner

Shacelles Bonner

I think it is important for student to see a diverse faculty, as it allows us all to find a mentor who may have shared similar life/educational experiences.

Lani N. Allen

Lani N. Allen

Employees are more likely to feel comfortable and happy in an environment where inclusivity is a priority and where people of all backgrounds feel confident in their ability and achieve their best.

Karen Bonuck, Ph.D.

Karen Bonuck, Ph.D.

Without an understanding of racial, ethnic, cultural, gender, linguistic, and dis/ability diversity, we will fail to adequately meet our mission.