Michael Diefenbach

Feinstein prof snags $3.5M for bladder-cancer effort

By GREGORY ZELLER // The National Institutes of Health is backing a Long Island-based researcher’s efforts to develop a first-of-its-kind care program for post-surgical bladder cancer patients. Michael Diefenbach, a fellow of both the Society of Behavioral Medicine and the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research and a professor at Northwell Health’s Manhasset-based Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, has earned a five-year, $3.5 million grant from the NIH’s National Cancer Institute. The funds will be used…


Centricity event highlights Feinstein heart, tech

By GREGORY ZELLER // The Feinstein Institute flexed its investigative muscle Nov. 10, highlighting the awesome breadth of its clinical research programs in a day-long symposium at its Manhasset headquarters. Covering everything from cutting-edge neurosurgical techniques to shifting paradigms in thromboembolic-disease research to new mental illness-related technologies, Centricity Series Symposia: Clinical Research 2016 was designed specifically to show how the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, the R&D arm of the Northwell Health system, is improving…