Albert Einstein College of Medicine: Welcome Video for New Faculty and Staff Since 1955, Albert Einstein College of Medicine has been a leader in both medical education and biomedical research. From the beginning, we've been guided ...
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Since its founding in 1955, Albert Einstein College of Medicine has excelled in the quality of its faculty, who perform outstanding research, provide compassionate patient care, and are dedicated to teaching; and in the quality of its students, a diverse and talented group who support each other through the rigorous years of medical school training, so that they are recognized by residency programs throughout the country as among the best-prepared.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine is a private medical school located in the Morris Park neighborhood of the Bronx in New York City. Einstein currently operates as an independent degree-granting institute under the Montefiore Medical Center ; it was part of Yeshiva University until 2016.
Jan Vijg is the Lola and Saul Kramer Chairperson in Molecular Genetics at the Department of Genetics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York City, United States. Prior to this appointment, he was a professor at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging (Novato, California).
His research interests include studying genomic instability in aging. In 1989, he created the first transgenic mouse models for the study of in vivo mutagenesis. He discusses his genomic/epigenomic drift hypothesis as a cause of aging in his book Aging of the Genome: The Dual Role of DNA in Life and Death'.
In his second book, The American Technological Challenge: Stagnation and Decline in the 21st Century, he argues that technological innovation has decelerated ever since 1970.
Jan Vijg - Aging of the Genome Jan Vijg, PhD, Professor, Chair of Department of Genetics, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Dr. Vijg is studying genome and epigenome instability as a ...
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Jan Vijg -- How and Why We Age Since the 80's, Jan Vijg has been fascinated with the process of aging. This, having heard a fascinating talk on the subject back when he was a student at the ...
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DNA Replication Animation - Super EASY DNA Replication Animation ASSOCIATED VIDEOS & LINKS: -- Mitosis Video: goo.gl/uf6hh4 -- Meiosis Video: goo.gl/6nZ2Dk -- Transcription ...
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Introduction to Cancer Biology (Part 1): Abnormal Signal Transduction This animation is the first part of the series .An Introduction to Cancer Biology., and explains the mechanism of abnormal signal transduction resulting in ...
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Powerful!!!! Sara Cunial Gives Amazing Speech, English Version Sara Cunial reigns Supreme. Mirrored from Alberto Scatto, youtu.be/mkDYtAYMRhw.
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This extraordinary speech has already been translated into at least twenty languages. It demonstrates that not just in wide spread African Nations, but as well as in European Nations, that enormous suffering has accrued as well as anger is building as a result of the depredations of William Henry Gates III. African nations have been brutalized even more, in Tanzania, Guinea Bissau, Kenya, and numerous others. Gates has taken it upon himself to be the Mandator of Vaccines and the Arbiter of Human Population Reduction.
Sara Cunial represents her district Rome as Diputado. Rome is the site of the 1948 Convention on Genocide.
The Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide was unanimously adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 9 December 1948 as General Assembly Resolution 260. The Convention entered into force on 12 January 1951. It defines genocide in legal terms, and is the culmination of years of campaigning by lawyer Raphael Lemkin. All participating countries are advised to prevent and punish actions of genocide in war and in peacetime. As of May 2019, 152 states have ratified or acceded to the treaty, most recently Mauritius on 8 July 2019. One state, the Dominican Republic, has signed but not ratified the treaty.
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