WCBS 880 interviews students and faculty for a story on Match Day, when fourth-year medical students learn where and in what specialty they will spend their next three to seven years of residency. Nadine Katz, M.D., noted that Einstein will have a high number of its graduating seniors going into primary care medicine – 43 percent, nearly 4 percent above the national average – which speaks to the commitment of Einstein students to serve their communities. Dr. Katz is senior associate dean for student academic affairs.

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Forbes.com interviews Nadine Katz, M.D., about how to pick and stick to career goals. Dr. Katz, who regularly counsels young doctors and medical students on their careers, discusses the importance of assessing one's own skills and strengths when picking a career path and suggests setting short-, intermediate- and long-term goals in order to succeed. She also advises finding a successful mentor within an organization for help. Dr. Katz is senior associate dean for student academic affairs and professor of clinical obstetrics & gynecology and women's health.

Forbes interviews Nadine Katz, M.D., on how to run an efficient meeting. Dr. Katz offers expert tips on dealing with long-winded colleagues, agenda hijackers and other plagues of the business meeting. Dr. Katz is associate dean for students.