The Feinstein Institutes’ Valentin A. Pavlov, PhD, has been elected vice-president of the International Society for Autonomic Neuroscience, which was given in recognition of his efforts in bioelectronic medicine.
Researchers have found that a simple standardized approach for atrial fibrillation patients undergoing surgery has led to improved outcomes, according to a study in the latest issue of JAMA Internal Medicine, led by Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research Professor Dr. Alex C. Spyropoulos.
Scientists, journalists and others fascinated by the rapid developments that characterize the emergent field of bioelectronic medicine have a new resource in a book published July 25 by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.
The Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research Chief Scientific Officer and Professor Ping Wang, MD, has earned the Shock Society Distinguished Service Award for his years of service and commitment to the Society.
The Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research recently hosted a Match Lecture by 2014 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine John O'Keefe, MA, PhD, who discussed the idea that the hippocampus is a cognitive map.
The Feinstein Institutes—the research arm of Northwell Health, New York’s largest healthcare provider—is home to 50 research labs, 2,500 clinical research studies and 4,000 people raising the standard of medical innovation. We make breakthroughs in molecular medicine, genetics, cancer, brain research, mental health, autoimmunity and bioelectronic medicine.