While Dr. Michaela Medved’s approach to treating patients has been severely affected by the coronavirus, her job at its heart hasn’t changed. She still works in her clinical practice with children and adults to continue focusing on their therapy goals. In recent weeks, however, that has meant communicating with them over video as opposed to […]
The Katz School community honors the memory of Mordecai Katz, an engineer and businessman turned investor and philanthropist, whose vision and generosity led to the founding of the Katz School of Science and Health in 2016.
Yeshiva University President Ari Berman said Dr. Katz, who died on March 19 at the age of 88, will […]
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Aaron Goldmeier, a recent graduate of the M.S. in Digital Marketing and Media program at the Katz School of Science and Health, is an associate on both the digital and video investment teams at the marketing agency, Mindshare. Aaron’s team is responsible for creating digital campaigns on all social media platforms. He assists with creating […]Continue Reading →
The Katz School of Science and Health is partnering with ISACA, a global learning organization and technology association, to provide Katz students with educational, training and networking opportunities for cybersecurity careers.
ISACA will offer its CSX Cybersecurity Practitioner (CSX-P) certification and one-year ISACA student membership at a discount to Katz students, who will also be […]Continue Reading →
A Katz School of Science and Health paper that devises a theoretical framework for studying the quantum origins of flexoelectricity, a phenomenon in which electric charges scatter within a material after it has been bent, has been published in the Journal of Applied Physics.
Flexoelectricity occurs when an ordinary object, which is normally uncharged, is […]Continue Reading →
Jonathan Deutsch, a graduate of the Katz School’s M.S. in Cybersecurity program and a technology professional, was drawn to Katz not just to master cybertechnology but for the soft skills — to learn how to lead people and teams, to teach others how to protect themselves from cybersecurity threats, and to empower others to take […]Continue Reading →
Rachel Green: I am an associate project manager for a national telecommunications company. While I have only been a full-time employee at Digitas NYC for a few […]Continue Reading →
The Katz School of Science and Health and Albert Einstein College of Medicine are teaming up to host a webinar series on business and entrepreneurship in biotechnology.
“This webinar will highlight trends in the biotechnology industry,” said Dr. Rana Khan, director of the Katz School’s Biotechnology Management and Entrepreneurship master’s program, “and to show what’s involved in commercializing a biotech product […]Continue Reading →
Dr. Julie Kardachi, who has decades of experience in a variety of clinical practice areas in occupational therapy, has been named director of the Occupational Therapy Doctorate program at Yeshiva University’s Katz School of Science and Health.
“Dr. Kardachi’s first-rate clinical skills and her exceptional ability to relate to and work with clients and students […]Continue Reading →