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As I approach graduation, I find myself reflecting on my past. I remember when I first applied to Einstein, and stepping through the sliding doors in the front of Forchheimer trying to prepare myself mentally for interviews. Weathered white coats, the smell of freshly brewed coffee and conversations regarding realms of science I had never Read More

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Editors’ Note: Einstein’s Global Diabetes Institute recently joined forces with students at Cooper Union to address the problems faced by amputees in Soroti, Uganda. In this blog post, Meredith Hawkins. M.D., of Einstein and Anita Raja, Ph.D., of Cooper Union explain how their collaboration may improve the lives of diabetes patients in Soroti.   The Read More

Woman wearing VR device looking at brain

Although every technology product released today seems as if it is “powered by artificial intelligence,” the actual AI revolution is ahead of us. When it arrives, it will be on par with the industrial revolution in changing our lives, especially in the world of medicine. John McCarthy, a legendary computer scientist, coined the term “AI” Read More

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Editors’ Note: This past Saturday, more than 300 members of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine community joined tens of thousands of people at worldwide demonstrations advocating for the future of scientific and medical research. Einstein students, staff and senior administration members who make up the Einstein-Montefiore Action Group took part in March for Science Read More

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“What do we want? Data! When do we want it? Forever!” “When I say peer, you say review! Peer! Review! Peer! Review!” Those chants went up at the Women’s March in January. They’re likely to be heard again at the March for Science that will take place on Saturday. But the chants were likely inspired by an open Read More

MINIMED 670G hybrid closedloop insulin pump

According to the American Diabetes Association, approximately 1.25 million Americans have type 1 diabetes (T1D). Five percent of people with diabetes have this form of the disease; it is usually first diagnosed in children and young adults, affecting their health and hampering their lifestyle. For those of us caring for these patients and trying to Read More