Montefiore Medical Center (MMC) is the University Hospital of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Einstein) and Cancer Center (AECC). Einstein has been an NCI-designated Cancer Center that has been continuously funded since 1972 when the NCI Cancer Center program was established. Einstein also has an NIH-designated Center for AIDS Research (CFAR). Einstein has had a long tradition of research focused on virus-associated cancers including Cancer Center and CFAR investigators, with a particular emphasis on the role of HPV-associated cervical neoplasia. MMC includes the three divisions located in geographically different locations in the north, west, and east Bronx; the 3 divisions include a total of 1420 in-patient beds. Each division has a dedicated inpatient oncology unit and outpatient clinics, infusion centers, satellite laboratories and pharmacies, and dedicated work areas for research associates. Clinical services are centralized in a HIV outpatient clinic located at the Moses Division of MMC, is the largest multidisciplinary and multispecialty adult HIV/AIDS program in New York State.
|Effective start/end date||9/30/10 → 8/31/15|
- National Cancer Institute: $538,004.00
- National Cancer Institute: $584,312.00
- National Cancer Institute: $541,547.00
- National Cancer Institute: $40,909.00
- National Cancer Institute: $166,392.00
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