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A small fish with a whale of an impact
Time won’t do it, but coordinated care can
A conversation with Dr. Joe Verghese on melding academic neurology  and clinical geriatrics
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Research Highlights
 Feeling stressed increases the risk of mild cognitive impairment in elderly people
Einstein's new 3D printer is available to students and faculty
The microbiome is implicated in sickle cell disease, and antibiotics may counter its effects
Experimental therapy takes down two dangerous virus variants
In 2015, Einstein investigators received $148 million in NIH funding
Einstein's recent appointments in the biochemistry and molecular pharmacology departments
Taking a cancer-recurrence gene test may allow breast cancer patients to skip chemotherapy
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Education Highlights
 A “pipeline program” that brings underprivileged students to Einstein has a new name
“Main Street” became a gallery that captured students' experiences in images and words
The Alumni Association and College of Medicine help students mark major milestones
  Einstein and Montefiore welcome two new faculty members
 A member of the military has honored an Einstein professor
Getting to know Myles Akabas, M.D., Ph.D.
Preparing third-year Einstein medical students to approach their ob/gyn rotation with confidence
An environmentally friendly green roof is growing at Einstein
Remembering beloved faculty members
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Donor & Alumni News
 Einstein alumni share their professional and personal news with friends and classmates
A look at the remarkable life and career of Einstein's alumni association president
 Einstein alumni offer career advice and connect with second- and third-year students
Einstein's Women's Division raises funds for breast cancer research
Leaders of Einstein's Professional & Leadership Division visit clinical centers at Montefiore
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Einstein's collaboration with Montefiore enhances research, education and health
Professor Steven U. Walkley, D.V.M., Ph.D., taps maples and invites his lab to the cookdown
Oliver Sacks, M.D., described his famous experiment in “Awakenings Revisited” in 1984
 Einstein professors used computational analysis to map the motion of a protein and macrophage
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