Shuli Kulak Investigates Tomorrow’s Therapies Today Dr. Shuli (Roditi) Kulak’s ’05S, ’12E, ’17SB passion for science was discovered at a young age. “I found that I liked studying biology. As a kid, I’d read biology textbooks and go through the questions for fun,” she said with a laugh. After spending her freshman year at the […]
Mother, Scientist and Public Health Advocate Focuses on Neonatal Health Issues Miriam Merzel Schachter ’09S received her PhD in Biomedical Sciences in 2014 from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She got her inspiration to study biology from her high school chemistry teacher at Ora Academy in Rochester, New York. “Mr. Zemel was […]
Yedidya Saiman hopes his research in intercellular communication will help scientists better understand how we function. He and 10 other Yeshiva University (YU) undergraduates spent nine weeks this summer investigating causes and treatments of ailments including Alzheimer’s disease, Myoclunus-Dystonia, and multiple sclerosis under the tutelage of top biomedical scientists at the university’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Elisheva Douglas hopes her research on lupus will help scientists better understand the chronic inflammatory disease that affects thousands of Americans each year. She and nine other Yeshiva University (YU) undergraduates spent nine weeks this summer investigating causes and treatments of ailments including cancer, sickle cell anemia, and Alzheimer’s disease under the tutelage of top biomedical scientists at the University’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine.