Graduate Programs in the Biomedical Sciences

Program Overview

Program Dates

Information Regarding Summer 2022: The 2022 program will run in-person from June 30 - July 26, 2022.

Orientation

Orientation is designed to acclimate you to the Einstein campus, of which you will be a part for the duration of the program. During orientation you will:

  • Meet with the Program Directors to review the program training goals for the summer
  • Learn about leading-edge research of Einstein's Principal Investigators & graduate students
  • Participate in training activities, which will allow you to fully participate in a research laboratory

You will receive further information about your mentor and laboratory at orientation

Program Activities

You will be expected to be in the laboratory every day from approximately 9 a.m. - 5 or 6 p.m. Your attendance will also be required at all the special activities, including faculty seminars. There are no holidays or days off during the summer program, with the exception of July 4. If this full-time schedule does not work well with your plans or your family's plans for the summer you apply for next summer.

Poster Session

Participants in the program will have the opportunity to present their work at the annual Summer Student Poster Session. All participants are required to attend the poster session. The Summer Student Poster Session is held on the last day of the program.

Getting to Einstein

The Albert Einstein College of Medicine is situated in a residential community consisting of one and two family homes.

Students are responsible for daily transportation to and from the Einstein campus. Housing is not available for this program.

Transportation


The Einstein campus is easily accessible via public transportation:

  • The 2 or 5 train at East 180 ST
  • The 6 train at Westchester Square
  • The BxM10 express bus at Morris Park Avenue
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