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Yeshiva U. finalizes deal over control of medical school

Yeshiva U. finalizes deal over control of medical school

One of the buildings on the Bronx campus of Albert Einstein College of Medicine. (Wikimedia Commons) ( JTA) — Yeshiva University has finalized an agreement to transfer the operations and finances of its medical school to the Montefiore Health ... JTA, 1 month ago
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Montefiore takes over management of Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Image of Albert Einstein College of Medicine from Wikipedia . Montefiore Health System in New York will take full operational control of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, the healthcare provider announced on Thursday. According to the ...
 Healthcare Finance News1 month ago Montefiore Health System And Yeshiva University Finalize Joint Agreement For Albert Einstein College Of Medicine  Sys-Con Media1 month ago Montefiore And Saint Joseph's Enter Clinical Affiliation To Enhance Patient Care  TheStreet.com3 weeks ago

This little girl has an Einstein-like IQ, but her country treats her like a second-class citizen

Remember the name Nicole Barr. The 12-year-old girl scored a 162 on the Mensa Genius test—the highest reportable score—sending the British media into a frenzy last week. Nicole's score, which is a measure of IQ, puts her in league with some of ...
 Quartz2 months ago A 12-year-old girl got a higher IQ score than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking  Mashable2 months ago

From humble patent clerk to the world's most beloved genius: the fascinating life of Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein at his desk in 1929. Albert Einstein is revered for his scientific intellect,which laid the foundations for modern-day physics and earned him introductions with some of the most exclusive people on Earth. His opinions on ...
 BusinessInsider.sg1 week ago Albert Einstein's stupendous work: It's all relative  Jerusalem Post2 months ago

Black medical student banned from using restroom at racist New York bar

Kim Ohaegbulam had just completed a tedious medical school project when he became a victim of racial discrimination. Ohaegbulam is a Ph.D. student at Albert Einstein College of Medicine where he studies new pathways for T cell costimulation and ...
 RollingOut2 days ago EXCLUSIVE: Historic NYC bar hit...  DailyNews724.com4 days ago

AIDS and Ebola Panic in NYC: Reflections of a Medical Director

How did the response to last year's Ebola epidemic compare to the response to AIDS? That's what I asked Donna Futterman, the medical director for the Adolescent AIDS Program at Children's Hospital at Montefiore and professor of clinical pediatricsat ...
 Gay.com1 month ago

Killer Care: How medical error became America's third largest cause of death

Shutterstock The following is an excerpt from Killer Care: How Medical Error Became America's Third Largest Cause of Death, and What Can Be Done About It by James B. Lieber (OR Books, 2015). In the fourth quarter of the twentieth century, a ...
 Sott.net4 days ago
Wilmington Biz

NHRMC Announces New Medical Staff, Award

In recent weeks, New Hanover Regional Medical Center has made several high-profile hires and appointments. Brown Philip Brown, currently chief of the New Hanover Regional Medical Center medical staff, will become NHRMC's chief physician effective ...
 Wilmington Biz2 weeks ago
Medical News Today

Future ScienceOA explores nitric oxide in medicine: Where are we, and where are we headed?

Future Science Group (FSG) has announced the publication of a special issue in Future Science OA, covering the rapidly evolving field of nitric oxide (NO) in human medicine. Since the revelation in 1987 that NO was the elusive ...
 Medical News Today1 month ago
Chronicle of Higher Education

Why George Scialabba Quit His Day Job

George Scialabba is no wild man. A soft-spoken, introverted soul, he doesn't drink or smoke; no alcohol, tobacco, or recreational drugs. Healthy, moderate eating (no red meat, and "a kind of cerebral Mediterranean diet") keeps Scialabba, at age 67, ...
 Chronicle of Higher Education4 days ago A Critic's Critic Quits His Day Job  Chronicle of Higher Education6 days ago
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