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Editors’ Note:  As students resume their studies, we’re taking a look back at when Dr. Hillary Kunins delivered the keynote address at Albert Einstein College of Medicine’s joint master’s degree ceremony for Einstein’s Clinical Research Training Program (CRTP) and the Einstein-Cardozo Master of Bioethics program in May. A CRTP graduate, Dr. Kunins is now assistant Read More

Right to left, laughing patient seated Yssra Soliman standing

I am a practicing Muslim and have worn a hijab since the eighth grade. When I was in my third year of medical school, with my boards and clinical wards approaching, the idea of wearing a hijab became more anxiety-provoking given the current political climate. I was terrified that a patient would decline my care Read More

Dr. Allen Spiegel, featured speaker at Albert Einstein College of Medicine's 60th Commencement

Editors’ Note: This spring marks the final term for Dr. Allen Spiegel as Dean at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. One week ago, he delivered the address at Einstein’s 60th Commencement. But we’re not presenting his remarks for those reasons. Instead, we thought his reflections on the efforts needed to treat and cure disease were important Read More

Einstein medical student Ilirjan Gjonbalaj and mom

EDITORS’ NOTE: We celebrate all of our graduates receiving their degrees on Thursday, May 24. But it’s always a special moment when someone from our Morris Park neighborhood completes their journey at Einstein. Today we present the story of one such student along with the support he found in the Bronx that led to his Read More

A recent post on the Facebook page of the Historical Society of Rockland County made me think of the genetics of butterflies…and about this medical school. The message, which was posted on March 2, 2018, noted that 50 years ago, the following article appeared in the Journal News, the county’s local newspaper: “The ‘Realm of Read More

Every person working in medicine has stories to tell, and sharing those stories is a great way to process grief or stress, celebrate triumphs, vent, move on or think more deeply. Occasionally, writing about an experience helps others facing a similar situation. True narratives of and reflections on medicine are now encouraged, honored, promoted—and sometimes required Read More