Dr. Lata McGinn and Dr. Tracy Prout Examine Psychological Issues During the Pandemic
Yeshiva University reached out in many ways to offer comfort and counseling to the Greenville community in Jersey City, New Jersey, after the tragedy of the shootings on Dec. 10. On Dec. 11, Rabbi Menachem Penner, dean of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, gathered students together in the Nagel Commons on the Wilf Campus […]
Researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have discovered a genetic signature identifying cases of lymphoma that are uniquely susceptible to a newly developed molecular targeted therapy. As a result, physicians organizing clinical trials of the new therapy will be able to enroll patients who’ll be most likely to benefit from it.