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Systems & Computational Biology: Seeing the Forest and the Trees

Systems & Computational Biology: Seeing the Forest and the Trees

A decade ago, Einstein launched a systems and computational biology department—just the second of its kind in a U.S. medical school—to delve into the complexity of human biology.  read article >

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Concussion Outcome Predicted Using Advance Imaging

Concussion Outcome Predicted Using Advance Imaging

Using an advanced imaging technique, Michael Lipton, M.D., Ph.D., and colleagues were able to predict which patietns who'd recently suffered concussions were likely to fully recover.   watch video >

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Going Viral

Going Viral

Einstein scientists are turning to some big ideas to confront some of nature’s tiniest killers: the viruses that cause Ebola, herpes, chikungunya and dengue fever.  read article >

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Discovering How a Parasite Forms Cysts

Discovering How a Parasite Forms Cysts

The single-cell parasite Toxoplasma gondii cause toxoplasmosis, one of the world’s most common parasitic diseases. It’s contracted by ingesting contaminated food or water, and symptoms can range from fever and body aches to serious complications such as brain damage and eye infections. … read more >

Immune Evasion in TB Infection

Immune Evasion in TB Infection

Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the bacterium that causes tuberculosis (TB), is notorious for its ability to evade the body’s immune response. John Chan, M.D., Steven Porcelli, M.D., and Michael Berney, Ph.D., have found evidence that M. tuberculosis evades anti-TB immunity by activating an immunosuppressive … read more >

Posted on: Friday, July 06, 2018

 

Posted on: Thursday, July 05, 2018

 
 

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