Albert Einstein College Of Medicine

Albert Einstein College Of Medicine Overview

Albert Einstein College Of Medicine is located in Bronx, NY. The organization was established in 2018. According to its NTEE Classification (B50) the organization is classified as: Graduate & Professional Schools, under the broad grouping of Education and related organizations. As of 12/2019, Albert Einstein College Of Medicine employed 2,640 individuals. This organization is an independent organization and not affiliated with a larger national or regional group of organizations.

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2019

Describe the Organization's Mission:

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TO ADVANCE BASIC SCIENCE, HEALTH-RELATED AND TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST, TRAIN ETHICAL COMPASSIONATE PHYSICIANS AND FACILITATE MEDICAL EDUCATION.

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MEDICAL EDUCATION: ALBERT EINSTEIN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE IS THE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL FOR MONTEFIORE HEALTH SERVING THE 3.1 MILLION PEOPLE LIVING IN THE NEW YORK CITY REGION AND THE HUDSON VALLEY. ALBERT EINSTEIN OF MEDICINE IS A PREMIER, RESEARCH-INTENSIVE MEDICAL SCHOOL DEDICATED TO LEADING BIOMEDICAL INVESTIGATION AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF ETHICAL AND COMPASSIONATE PHYSICIANS AND SCIENTISTS. IN 1955, EINSTEIN WAS FOUNDED AS THE ONLY MEDICAL INSTITUTION UPON WHICH ALBERT EINSTEIN BESTOWED THE HONOR OF HIS NAME, WELCOMING STUDENTS OF ALL CREEDS AND RACES. SINCE THEN, EINSTEIN HAS CONFERRED 8,749 MD AND 1,606 PH.D. DEGREES. EINSTEIN STRENGTHENED ITS ABILITY TO THRIVE AS A PREMIER ACADEMIC INSTITUTION IN 2015 BY JOINING MONTEFIORE MEDICINE. BUILDING UPON THEIR DECADES-OLD PARTNERSHIP, EINSTEIN AND MONTEFIORE ARE FURTHERING THE SHARED CORE MISSIONS OF RESEARCH EXCELLENCE, OUTSTANDING MEDICAL EDUCATION AND IMPROVED HUMAN HEALTH. THE M.D. PROGRAM PREPARES TOMORROWS PHYSICIANS TO EXCEL IN BOTH THE SCIENCE AND THE ART OF MEDICINE BY COMBINING THE PURSUIT OF SCIENTIFIC EXCELLENCE WITH COMPASSIONATE AND HUMANISTIC CARE. WE AIM TO IMPROVE HUMAN HEALTH ON THE LOCAL, NATIONAL AND GLOBAL LEVELS. THE OPEN AND SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY AT EINSTEIN ALLOWS FOR INNOVATION AND FOR PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES OF WHAT IS KNOWN AND WHAT IS PRACTICED. WE EDUCATE OUR STUDENTS TO BE CATALYSTS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE. EINSTEIN RUNS ONE OF THE LARGEST RESIDENCY AND FELLOWSHIP TRAINING PROGRAMS IN THE MEDICAL PROFESSION THROUGH MONTEFIORE MEDICAL CENTER AND A NETWORK OF AFFILIATES THAT INCLUDES HOSPITALS AND MEDICAL CENTERS IN METROPOLITAN NEW YORK. EACH YEAR, FOR THE LAST DECADE, WELL OVER 95 PERCENT OF OUR STUDENTS HAVE MATCHED TO RESIDENCIES, WITH MORE THAN A THIRD OF STUDENTS GOING INTO THE PRIMARY-CARE SPECIALTIES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE, PEDIATRICS AND FAMILY MEDICINE. OUR GRADUATES ALSO ENTER RESEARCH PROGRAMS FOCUSING ON A BROAD RANGE OF SUBJECTS, FROM TRADITIONAL DISEASE-ORIENTED INVESTIGATIONS IN CANCER, DIABETES AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES TO PUBLIC HEALTH AND GLOBAL MEDICINE. THE PH.D. PROGRAM TRAINS PROMISING AND PASSIONATE STUDENTS TO BECOME THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEADING SCIENTISTS. THE COLLABORATIVE CULTURE AT EINSTEIN IS AT THE HEART OF THE PROGRAM. PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS APPLY DIRECTLY TO THE PH.D. PROGRAM RATHER THAN TO A SPECIFIC DEPARTMENT, ALLOWING THEM TO EXPLORE MANY AREAS OF RESEARCH BEFORE CHOOSING FROM AMONG MORE THAN 200 LABORATORIES IN WHICH TO CONDUCT THEIR THESIS WORK. OUR INTERDISCIPLINARY GRADUATE CURRICULUM IS KNOWN FOR ITS HIGH LEVEL OF PERSONALIZED MENTORING AND REMARKABLE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT. EINSTEINS EXTRAORDINARY GRADUATE EXPERIENCE PRODUCES INDEPENDENT BIOMEDICAL SCIENTISTS CAPABLE OF CARRYING OUT SIGNIFICANT SCIENTIFIC WORK TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF HUMANKIND. OUR PH.D. PROGRAM HAS MORE THAN 1,500 GRADUATES EMPLOYED IN A WIDE RANGE OF SCIENTIFIC CAREERS, BOTH IN ACADEMIC AND IN NONACADEMIC SETTINGS WORLDWIDE. THE MEDICAL SCIENTIST TRAINING PROGRAM (MSTP) (RESULTING IN BOTH M.D. AND PH.D. DEGREES) TRAINS A DIVERSE GROUP OF OUTSTANDING STUDENTS AS PHYSICIAN-SCIENTISTS TO BECOME FUTURE LEADERS IN ACADEMIC MEDICINE AND MEDICAL RESEARCH. THROUGH EINSTEINS GLOBAL HEALTH CENTER, FACULTY MEMBERS AND MEDICAL STUDENTS TRAVEL TO UNDERDEVELOPED COUNTRIES PROVIDING MUCH NEEDED MEDICAL CARE AND GAINING, IN THE PROCESS, INVALUABLE KNOWLEDGE IN COMBATING DISEASES. THE GLOBAL HEALTH CENTER BOASTS MANY INITIATIVES WORLDWIDE, INCLUDING CLINICAL AND RESEARCH PROGRAMS IN ARGENTINA, BRAZIL, BURUNDI, CAMEROON, CHINA, CONGO, ETHIOPIA, GUATEMALA, HAITI, INDIA, KENYA, MALAWI, MEXICO, NIGERIA, RWANDA, SOUTH AFRICA, UGANDA AND VIETNAM. THE MISSION OF THE GLOBAL HEALTH CENTER IS TO BRING EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND NEEDED HEALTH SERVICES TO THE WORLD, WITH THE ULTIMATE GOAL OF REDUCING DISPARITIES IN HEALTH AND ALLEVIATING HUMAN SUFFERING. EINSTEIN HAS ALWAYS HAD AN INTEREST IN PROVIDING SUPPORT FOR HISTORICALLY UNDERREPRESENTED STUDENTS. WE ARE COMMITTED TO DEVELOPING A BROADLY DIVERSE CADRE OF CLINICIANS, RESEARCHERS AND EDUCATORS WHO CAN EFFECTIVELY PROMOTE HEALTH AND ADDRESS HEALTH DISPARITIES IN OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY, AROUND THE NATION AND ABROAD. OUR OFFICE OF DIVERSITY ENHANCEMENT AIMS TO ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN AN ENVIRONMENT THAT CELEBRATES DIVERSITY; EMPHASIZES PROFESSIONALISM AND EXCELLENCE; AND PROMOTES AND NURTURES FUTURE LEADERS IN MEDICINE AND RESEARCH. EINSTEIN REACHES OUT TO STUDENTS IN THE BRONX AND BEYOND - PARTICULARLY TO STUDENTS FROM UNDERREPRESENTED MINORITIES - WITH A VARIETY OF PROGRAMS DESIGNED TO MOTIVATE THESE STUDENTS IN PURSUING CAREERS IN MEDICINE, BUILDING SELF-CONFIDENCE, ADVANCING THEIR LEADERSHIP SKILLS AND FOSTERING MENTOR RELATIONSHIPS.


RESEARCH: WHILE EDUCATION IS AT THE HEART OF EINSTEINS MISSION, IT IS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH THAT DRIVES THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINES GROWTH. OVER THE PAST 60 YEARS, EINSTEIN HAS BECOME A PREMIER BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTION IN THIS REGION OF NEW YORK CITY, WITH ITS SCIENTIFIC ENTERPRISE RANKED CONSISTENTLY IN THE TOP 25 PERCENT OF MEDICAL SCHOOLS RECEIVING NIH FUNDING IN THE LAST DECADE. EINSTEIN IS HOME TO MANY NIH-FUNDED RESEARCH MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH CENTERS - IN DIABETES, INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS, AGING, LIVER DISEASES, HEALTH DISPARITIES, HIV/AIDS, CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH, ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION AND CANCER - AND IT ALSO PROVIDES AN EXTENSIVE ARRAY OF TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH CORES, INCLUDING TISSUE ANALYSIS; MULTISCALE IMAGING; MOLECULAR DESIGN; AND GENETIC AND GENOMIC, PROTEOMIC AND HUMAN PHENOTYPING. OUR STRATEGIC PLAN FOCUSES ON AREAS WHERE WE CAN SIGNIFICANTLY ADVANCE SCIENCE AND IMPROVE HUMAN HEALTH. OUR AIM IS TO DEVELOP ROBUST MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH PROGRAMS FOR ADULT AND PEDIATRIC PATIENTS, WITH PARTICULAR EMPHASES IN SIX AREAS: BRAIN SCIENCE; IMMUNOTHERAPEUTICS; OBESITY AND METABOLIC DISORDERS; CANCER; HEALTHCARE DELIVERY AND CLINICAL EFFECTIVENESS; AND RNA SCIENCE AND MEDICINE. CONCURRENTLY WE ARE ADVANCING OUR CENTER FOR EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS, PROVIDING RESEARCHERS WITH RESOURCES TO PURSUE PROMISING EXPERIMENTAL PROJECTS WITH THE GOAL OF DISCOVERING NEW AND BETTER THERAPIES. IN FISCAL YEAR 2019 EINSTEIN WAS AWARDED OVER $199 MILLION IN FEDERAL RESEARCH FUNDING. PHILANTHROPIC FUNDING SUPPORTS INNOVATIVE RESEARCH PROJECTS AND EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVES. MUCH OF OUR RESEARCH IS CONDUCTED IN THE MICHAEL F. PRICE CENTER FOR GENETIC AND TRANSLATIONAL MEDICINE/HAROLD AND MURIEL BLOCK RESEARCH PAVILION, ONE OF THE NEWEST, LARGEST AND "GREENEST" BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH FACILITIES IN THE NEW YORK AREA. EINSTEIN OPERATES EIGHT NIH HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICESDESIGNATED CENTERS: THE ALBERT EINSTEIN CANCER CENTER, BRONX HOPE (HEALTH OPPORTUNITIES PARTNERSHIP-EINSTEIN), THE CENTER FOR DIABETES TRANSLATION RESEARCH, THE EINSTEIN-MOUNT SINAI DIABETES RESEARCH CENTER, THE HAROLD AND MURIEL BLOCK INSTITUTE FOR CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH (ICTR) AT EINSTEIN AND MONTEFIORE, THE MARION BESSIN LIVER RESEARCH CENTER, THE NATHAN SHOCK CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN THE BASIC BIOLOGY OF AGING AND THE ROSE F. KENNEDY INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES RESEARCH CENTER. AS AN ENGINE FOR RESEARCH COLLABORATION, THE NIH-FUNDED ICTR HAS BEEN A KEY FACTOR IN FORMALLY JOINING EINSTEIN AND MONTEFIORE INTO A SINGLE ENTITY WITH A SHARED MISSION. THE ICTR IS AT THE LEADING EDGE IN COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS, INFORMATICS, POPULATION HEALTH AND LIFESPAN RESEARCH INNOVATION. OUR INVESTMENT IN RESEARCH HAS TRANSLATED INTO IMPROVED HUMAN HEALTH. EINSTEINS RELATIONSHIP WITH MONTEFIORE SUPPORTS A LONGSTANDING FOCUS ON BENCH-TO-BEDSIDE RESEARCH, THROUGH WHICH DISCOVERIES IN EINSTEINS LABORATORIES LEAD TO THERAPIES AND TREATMENTS FOR PATIENTS ON AN ACCELERATED TIMETABLE. IN THE LAST DECADE, EINSTEIN RESEARCHERS WERE THE FIRST TO SHOW THAT LOW SCORES ON A CANCER-RECURRENCE GENE TEST MAY ALLOW BREAST CANCER PATIENTS TO SKIP CHEMOTHERAPY. WE LINKED A CHILDS ABNORMAL BREATHING DURING SLEEP WITH BEHAVIORAL, EMOTIONAL AND RELATIONSHIP TROUBLES; DISCOVERED THAT SLOW WALKING SPEED PLUS MEMORY COMPLAINTS ARE PREDICTORS OF DEMENTIA; CREATED A PROTOTYPE VACCINE AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS THAT WORKS BETTER IN ANIMAL MODELS THAN THE CURRENT TB VACCINE; AND DISCOVERED "LONGEVITY GENES" IN HUMANS. AMONG OUR MANY ONGOING INITIATIVES ARE STUDIES OF HEALTHCARE-ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN IN AMBULATORY CARE SETTINGS AND RESEARCH ON HIV ERADICATION AND THE USE OF PREP (PRE-EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS) TO REDUCE THE RISK OF CONTRACTING HIV. EINSTEIN IS CURRENTLY ONE OF JUST FOUR SITES NATIONWIDE TAKING PART IN A LARGE-SCALE STUDY OF THE HEALTH STATUS OF THE HISPANIC/LATINO COMMUNITY IN THE BRONX, SUPPORTED BY THE NIH.


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Albert Einstein College Of Medicine Board, Officers & Key Employees

Name (title)Compensation
Gordon Tomaselli MD
President/ceo
$1,322,917
Edward R Burns MD
Executive Dean
$717,211
Mark F Mehler
Professor
$609,213
David I Goldman
Professor
$594,038
Michael Lipton
Professor
$527,615
Michael B Prystowsky
Professor
$519,570

Albert Einstein College Of Medicine Vendors

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Security Services
$2,388,251
Cannon Mechanical Corp
Chiller Instalation
$2,331,317
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Elevator Services
$1,689,849
Ellucian Company Lp
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$785,559
Aramark Facilities Services
Maintenance Services
$709,738
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Financial Statements

Statement of Revenue
Federated campaigns$0
Membership dues$0
Fundraising events$546,699
Related organizations$20,000,000
Government grants $198,930,833
All other contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts not included above$29,780,688
Noncash contributions included in lines 1a–1f $1,050,591
Total Revenue from Contributions, Gifts, Grants & Similar$249,258,220
Total Program Service Revenue$100,320,114
Investment income $5,351,536
Tax Exempt Bond Proceeds $0
Royalties $2,235,307
Net Rental Income -$1,426,061
Net Gain/Loss on Asset Sales $2,864,552
Net Income from Fundraising Events -$319,557
Net Income from Gaming Activities $0
Net Income from Sales of Inventory $0
Miscellaneous Revenue$0
Total Revenue $364,446,517

Albert Einstein College Of Medicine Grants Awarded

Over the last fiscal year, Albert Einstein College Of Medicine has awarded $67,500 in support to 5 organizations.

Grant RecipientAmount

NEW YORK STEM CELL FOUNDATION INC

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New York, NY

PURPOSE: Support

$25,000

NATIONAL MEDICAL FELLOWSHIP INC

PURPOSE: Support

$15,000

BRONX HEALTH LINK INC

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Bronx, NY

PURPOSE: Support

$10,000

JACOBI MEDICAL CENTER AUXILIARY INC

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Bronx, NY

PURPOSE: Support

$10,000

THE ARNOLD P GOLD FOUNDATION

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Englewood Cliffs, NJ

PURPOSE: Support

$7,500
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Albert Einstein College Of Medicine Grants Recieved

Over the last fiscal year, we have identified 15 grants that Albert Einstein College Of Medicine has recieved totaling $1,224,960.

Awarding OrganizationAmount
The Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation

Omaha, NE

PURPOSE: PROJECT SUPPORT

$295,971
The Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation

Omaha, NE

PURPOSE: PROJECT SUPPORT

$295,971
Helen And Irving Spatz Foundation

Hillsboro Beach, FL

PURPOSE: GENERAL CONTRIBUTION

$200,000
Arthur N Hershaft Foundation

Palm Beach, FL

PURPOSE: GEN. CHARITABLE

$101,000
Alzheimers Disease Research Foundation

Wellesley Hills, MA

PURPOSE: IMPROVING ALZHEIMERS DISEASE CLINICAL TRIALS DESIGN BY MACHINE LEARNING LABS

$100,000
Alzheimers Disease Research Foundation

Wellesley Hills, MA

PURPOSE: IMPROVING ALZHEIMERS DISEASE CLINICAL TRIALS DESIGN BY MACHINE LEARNING LABS

$100,000
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Endowment Analysis

Beg. Balance$308,630,704
Earnings$38,149,665
Net Contributions$4,741,802
Other Expense$12,542,438
Grants$4,521,756
Ending Balance$334,457,977

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