Montefiore Medical Center

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Montefiore Medical Center is a premier academic medical center, internationally recognized as a leader of science-driven, patient-centered care, research and education. At the heart of Montefiore Medical Center’s pioneering research initiatives is its unique partnership with Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Since 1963, Montefiore has served as the University Hospital of Einstein—a powerful collaboration between two of the nation's pre-eminent medical institutions that fosters the creation of knowledge by attracting world-renowned leaders in their fields and promoting opportunities for basic translational and clinical research.

More recently, Montefiore and Einstein have successfully collaborated in securing an National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded $22.5 million Clinical and Translational Sciences Award (CTSA) to create a research infrastructure to support and promote clinical and translational research. Montefiore researchers are involved in more than 400 clinical trials and research studies, translating scientific breakthroughs into cutting edge diagnostics and treatments.