Graduate Program in the Biomedical Sciences


Jun 08, 2023
2:00 PM
THESIS SEMINAR: Perifornical Urocortin-3 Neurons in Regulating Female Parenting Behaviors Under Stress
Brenda Abdelmesih
Rose F Kennedy Center Zoom; Tishman Auditorium


Jun 15, 2023
9:00 AM
MSTP Orientation
Riklis Auditorium

Thesis Defense Seminars

Currently no information available on upcoming Thesis Seminars


Graduate Student Services

The Graduate Division is committed to the well-being of our graduate students. The student services below are available for all graduate students. As we work to enhance our services, please let us know if there are any additional service(s) that you’d find helpful.

Advisory Council of Elders (ACEs) 


Need advice? Call on the ACEs! (Advisory Council of Elders)

  • Who are we? A new group of faculty dedicated to helping you.
  • What do we offer? Confidential advice on any graduate school or lab-related problem.
  • How do we do it? Contact any one of us by email for an individual meeting.
  • OR you can request a group meeting for more complicated situations.

Remember: everything is confidential. We will never share anything unless you give us permission to do so. The ACEs are here to help!

Contact information:

  • Dr. Joan Berman (; Forchheimer 727)
  • Dr. Teresa Bowman (; Chanin 501)
  • Dr. Kartik Chandran (; Golding 403)
  • Dr. Matthew Gamble (; Golding 202)
  • Dr. Julie Secombe (; Ullmann 809)

Office of Academic Support and Counseling (OASC) 

  • The OASC provides matriculated students with a variety of support services to help students reach their full potential.  The Einstein support team incorporates both a professional component through the OASC and a student-run peer mentoring system for both the medical and graduate programs.  Visit the OASC site for more information.

Student Mental Health Services 

  • The Student Mental Health Services offer counseling and treatment options for students. Visit the Student Mental Health Services to view their services and schedule an appointment. 

Report a Bias Incident 

  • A bias incident targets an individual based on their age, color, religion, disability (physical or mental), race, ethnicity, national origin, sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, or veteran status, as identified in the student code of conduct. Visit the Report a Bias Incident website for more information.

Report Student Mistreatment 


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