Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University ( Einstein ) is one of the nation’s premier institutions for medical education, basic research and clinical investigation, and proud home to more than 3,000 faculty and staff, 750 medical students and 245 PhD students, including 116 students in the combined MD/PhD programs. As a longstanding national leader in biomedical research, Einstein has 300+ research laboratories and in 2012 the National Institutes of Health awarded Einstein $160million in funding. Einstein offers challenging, exciting, and rewarding careers for highly talented individuals who are dedicated to advancing pioneering educational and research initiatives. We pride ourselves in our humanitarian mission of serving the community and promoting an academic and working culture that is both supportive and collaborative. At Einstein, science is truly at the heart of medicine. Link here to review Einstein stories in the media and watch a video of Einstein's history, recent successes and innovative plans for the future.
Founded in 1886, Yeshiva University has a strong tradition of combining Jewish scholarship with academic excellence and achievement in the liberal arts, sciences, medicine, law, business, social work, Jewish studies, education and psychology. Since welcoming our first class in 1955, Einstein has been an integral part of Yeshiva University, an institution that offers rewarding and challenging employment opportunities to qualified candidates in a wide range of disciplines.
The Department of Family and Social Medicine was created at Montefiore Medical Center in 1978, and established as an academic department at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1992. The Department has played an important and unique role in the development of clinical care and training in urban family medicine, and been nationally recognized for its efforts. The Residency Program in Social Medicine, which is overseen by the Department, has likewise been a model of training and education in the preparation of physicians to work in underserved areas.
Our Department seeks to combine clinical excellence with a social and community-oriented perspective, with the goal of serving a large and diverse patient population throughout the Bronx. Our departmental mission is to improve the health of underserved communities in the Bronx and beyond, we strive to:
Provide exemplary community-oriented primary care and preventive services across the life cycle
Train outstanding primary care physicians who integrate the biological, psychological, and social dimensions of health
Generate new knowledge and innovations in primary care, medical education, and population health
Advocate for public health, social justice, and health equality
Honor our diversity in the practice of mutual respect, collaboration, and healing relationships
The Department of Family and Social Medicine is seeking a summer intern with strong Microsoft Office computer skills that can aid in both the development and optimization of various database/spreadsheets that the departmental administrator currently uses to manage both pre and post awards. Included in this responsibility would be:
- Populate a grants database using data which is reported in the Notice of Grant Award; hence the intern will learn how to read an NIH Notice of Award (NOA)
- Understand the budgets associated with any grant and link various data sources to the Access database
- Develop various reports by date, by grant and/or by PI that will list available grants in queried order
- List of pending grants by date and by PI
- Table of pipeline grants by date and by PI
- Generate a folder on the departmental server in which Faculty other support documents will be saved
- Create a faculty/staff salary support spreadsheet
This is a paid internship opportunity.
- Strong Microsoft office skills
- A rudimentary understanding of grant finances
- An undergraduate Sophomore or Junior