Einstein Institute

The Einstein Institute For Graduate Studies

Letter From the Dean

Dear Prospective Students,

Welcome to the University of Health and Humanities, and The Einstein Institute for Graduate Studies Program for joint interdisciplinary studies and research. The Einstein Institute for Graduate Studies will equip you with solid knowledge utilizing imagination, theoretical and creative concepts, mathematical models, simulation of effective therapy, and innovation.  Allowing students to attain a ScD or PhD degree. During your studies, you will embark on a most fascinating journey that prepares you for your future career beyond the traditional structures with new insights for the twenty-first century. 

George Einstein, Ph.D., D.Sc.

Professor and Dean, UHHVI College of Graduate Studies

Vision & Values

The vision of the Einstein Institute for Graduate Studies is to prepare students for future success in Clinical, Research, and Academic careers through effective creative models in discovery utilizing specific, heuristic, and algorithmic structures of research. The ultimate goal of The Einstein Institute Program is to further explore the innovative apparatuses and methods used in prevention and treatment of infectious diseases and cancer. 

Thesis Requirements

All ScD and PhD options in the Einstein Institute of Graduate Studies and the UHHVI College of Graduate Studies require an original thesis, typically 125 to 250 pages, based on the actual research conducted by the candidate, typically over a duration of 1.5 to 3 years during a concurrent or independent enrollment.