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Getting to Know You

Getting to Know You

The Einstein community—especially the faculty—has two great ways of keeping up with developments and encouraging collaborations.
Einstein Research Profiles. “To find out who is working on what, Einstein Research Profiles is the easy way to go,” says Harry Shamoon, M.D., associate dean for clinical and translational research and a professor of medicine at Einstein, director of the Harold and Muriel Block Institute for Clinical and Translational Research at Einstein and Montefiore, and an attending physician in medicine at Montefiore. Enter via www.einstein.yu.edu/erp and search by name to view a researcher’s profile, showing areas of expertise, publications, National Institutes of Health grants and more. Or search by scientific terms to get a longer list of faculty members.
Faculty Mixers. For face-to-face networking, Einstein’s faculty interactions committee sponsors a monthly “Seeds for Collaboration” mixer in the Max L. and Sadie Friedman Student Faculty Lounge, complete with refreshments and five-minute researcher presentations.
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