Dr. Harry Ostrer, a prominent geneticist known for his expertise on the origins of the Jewish people, has been appointed professor of pathology and genetics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Previously, he was a professor of pediatrics, pathology and medicine and director of the Human Genetics Program at New York University School of Medicine for […]
Archive for August, 2011
Time Magazine, as well as many other well-respected news outlets and publications, recently reported on a new study from Yeshiva University’s Institute of Aging, headed by Einstein researcher – and lead study author – Dr. Nir Barzilai. The study shows that people who live to age 95 or older are just as likely as their […]
Nahum Neal Twersky ’69YC, ’72R, ’72BR, a marketing consultant from Teaneck, NJ, wrote about his experience attending Yeshiva University’s annual ChampionsGate conference in Orlando, where hundreds of the best and brightest Jewish minds, communal and lay leaders, and educators gather to discuss issues facing the Jewish community and brainstorm solutions. The op-ed, entitled “Another Face […]
Yeshiva University’s Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies hosted an international conference, focusing on “Israel and the Nations, in early July at the Wilf Campus. Nearly fifty scholars from around the world gathered to deliver lectures in both Hebrew and Englishduring the three-day conference. For the entire article, click here.