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Budding Scientists Spend Summer In Lab

Ten Yeshiva University (YU) students are spending their summer conducting innovative scientific research as Roth Scholars and University Summer Research Scholars. The undergraduate students are working alongside top scientific researchers at YU’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx. The impressive group includes Tirtza Spiegel, daughter of David and Heather, of Toronto, ON.

Budding Scientists Spend Summer In Lab

Ten Yeshiva University (YU) students are spending their summer conducting innovative scientific research as Roth Scholars and University Summer Research Scholars. The undergraduate students are working alongside top scientific researchers at YU’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx. The impressive group includes Emily Liebling, daughter of Drs. Ralph and Melissa, of Rockland County, NY.

Budding Scientists Spend Summer In Lab

Ten Yeshiva University (YU) students are spending their summer conducting innovative scientific research as Roth Scholars and University Summer Research Scholars. The undergraduate students are working alongside top scientific researchers at YU’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx. The impressive group includes Shoshana Zitter of Teaneck, NJ.

Budding YU Scientists Spend Summer In Lab

Ten Yeshiva University (YU) students are spending their summer conducting innovative scientific research as Roth Scholars and University Summer Research Scholars. The undergraduate students are working alongside top scientific researchers at YU’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx. The impressive group includes Avital Bauman and Chaim Golfeiz of Baltimore, MD.

BUDDING SCIENTISTS CONDUCT INNOVATIVE RESEARCH AT ALBERT EINSTEIN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

Twelve Yeshiva University (YU) undergraduate science students are taking advantage of an exciting opportunity. They are spending the summer doing research with top scientific scholars at the university’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine (AECOM) in the Bronx. It is one of two programs that allow undergraduates with interest in science to participate in ongoing research projects.

Team of Scientists at Einstein and UAlbany Nano College Receive Major Grant to Develop World’s Smallest Cancer Detection Device

Researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have received a $2 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to study tumor “microenvironments” — where tumors interact with surrounding tissues, cells and chemicals in ways that all too often encourage cancer cells to invade other areas of the body in the process known as metastasis.

Messenger RNA Mystery Solved: Einstein Scientists Show How mRNA Travels Through the Nucleus

In a paper appearing in the June 18th issue of Science, researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine have solved the mystery surrounding cell biology’s greatest escape: the crucially important migration of messenger RNA molecules out of the cell’s nucleus so that genetic instructions can be translated into proteins.

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