picture of Evan Evan Stein, M.D., Ph.D.
Board Certified in Diagnostic Radiology
Subspecialty Certified in Neuroradiology
E-mail: steine01@gmail.com

My Views
WTC Memorial
Blackout 2003
Lightning Storm

My Videos

Vacation Pictures
Visits with Lew Dite
Paris, France - 2007
Cambridge Beaches, Bermuda - 2005
Bethany Beach, Delaware - 1999
Bethany Beach, Delaware - 2001
Bethany Beach, Delaware - 2002
Sharon, Connecticut - 2001
Sharon, Connecticut - 2002
Hawaii - 2001
Slide Show
Halloween - 2001
Thanksgiving - 2001
David Gaiano's 1st Birthday,
Baltimore, MD - 2002
Caribbean Cruise - 2002
Film Festival - 2001
Film Festival - 2002

Personal Projects
My Nieces and Nephew (c. 2002)
Immigration records from Ellis Island
Knitting Projects
RLS Gallery
Rachel's Wedding
Central Park Tour
The NYU MSTP Homepage
Forverts - The Yiddish Forward
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    2/5/12 Samuel Eli Stein is born at 5:08 AM at Mount Sinai Medical Center.
    9/11 - Neuroradiologist Maimonides Medical Center.
    8/10 - 8/11 Neuroradiology and Associate residency program director at Harlem Hospital.
    7/09 - 6/10 Neuroradiology fellow at Mount Sinai.
    3/19/08 Joshua Louis Stein is born at 2:33 PM at Mount Sinai Medical Center.
    10/2/06 Daniel Louis Stein is born at 10:06 PM at NYU Medical Center.
    7/05 - 6/09 Radiology at Einstein-Montefiore. Physics Boards 9/06, Written Boards 9/07, Oral Boards 5/09.
    6/04 - 6/05 Internship at NYU Medical Center. USMLE-III 3/05.
    5/13/04 Graduated from NYU School of Medicine.
    1/03 - 5/04 Clinical years for my M.D. at NYU School of Medicine. USMLE-II 3/04.
    7/98 - 12/02 Studied for my Ph.D. in the lab of Stevan Hubbard at the Skirball Institute.
    6/28/98 Married Jennifer Sherinsky.
    9/97 - 5/98 Second year of medical school. USMLE-I 6/98.
    Summer 1997 Rotated in the lab of Ruben Abagyan in the Skirball Institute at NYU Medical Center. Analyzed the use of homology modelling as a method for determining a starting models for molecular replacement. Used phase difference between the calculated model and the reference structure to evaluate success. The project was unpublished but the preliminary data looked good.
    9/96 - 5/97 First year as a medical student at NYU School of Medicine. Anatomy, physiology and basic science coursework. Extracurricularly; Bellevue Babies and Child Health and Injury Prevention (CHIP).
    Summer 1996 Rotated in the lab of Stevan Hubbard and attempted to crystallize the tris-phosphorylated form of the Insulin Receptor Tyrosine Kinase. Succeeded in growing crystals but they did not diffract to high resolution. Quantified the kinetic activity of different states of phosphorylation.
    6/95 - 6/96 Worked for Axel Brunger at Yale University as a computer programmer and researcher. Improved existing protocols for macromolecule structure determination from NMR data by applying a new technique called Torsion Angle Dynamics.
    9/92 - 5/95 Harvard University.
    Online Contributions and Press Radiology Picture of the Day - Intracapsular Breast Implant Rupture
    Radiology Picture of the Day - Feline Esophagus
    AuntMinnie - Data mining software has clinical payoff at Montefiore
    MedPage Today - Program Cuts Excess Radiation Exposure
    MedScape Today - Algorithm May Reduce CT Radiation Exposure in Patients With Suspected Pulmonary Embolism
    AHRQ Innovation Profile - Algorithm Guides Test Ordering for Patients With Suspected Pulmonary Embolism, Improving Patient Safety by Reducing Unnecessary Radiation Exposure

    Publications Stein EG, Haramati LB. Down With the Dose. Advance for Imaging and Radiation Oncology. http://www.advanceweb.com. Published online July 13, 2010.

    Stein EG, Haramati LB, Bellin E, Ashton L, Mitsopoulos G, Schoenfeld A, Amis ES Jr. Radiation exposure related to medical imaging in patients with chronic and recurrent conditions. J Am Coll Radiol. 2010;7:351.

    Scheinfeld M, Mahadevia S, Stein EG, Freeman K, Rozenblit AM. Can lab data be used to reduce abdominal computed tomography usage in young adults presenting to the emergency department with nontraumatic abdominal pain? Emerg Radiol. 2010; in press.

    Stein EG, Haramati LB, Chamarthy M, Sprayregen S, Davitt MM, Freeman LM. Success of a safe and simple algorithm to reduce utilization of CT pulmonary angiography in the emergency department. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2010;194:392.

    Berko NS, Jain VR, Godelman A, Stein EG, Ghosh S, Haramati LB. Variants and anomalies of thoracic vasculature on CT angiography. JCAT 2009;33:523.

    Freeman LM, Stein EG, Sprayregen S, Chamarthy M, Haramati LB. The current and continuing important role of ventilation-perfusion scintigraphy in evaluating patients with suspected pulmonary embolism. Semin Nucl Med. 2008;38:432.

    Stein EG, Cynamon J, Katzman MJ, Goodman E, Rozenblit A, Wolf EL, Jagust MB. Percutaneous gastrostomy of the excluded gastric segment after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery. J. Vasc. Interv. Radiol., 2007;18:914.

    Cynamon J, Stein EG, Dym RJ, Jagust MB, Binkert CA, Baum RA. A new method for aggressive management of deep vein thrombosis: retrospective study of the power pulse technique, J. Vasc. Interv. Radiol., 2006;17:1043.

    Li S, Covino ND, Stein EG, Till JH, Hubbard SR. Structural and biochemical evidence for an autoinhibitory role for tyrosine 984 in the juxtamembrane region of the insulin receptor. JBC, 2003;278:26007.

    Stein EG, Ghirlando R, Hubbard SR. Structural basis for dimerization of the Grb10 SH2 domain: implications for ligand specificity. JBC, 2003;278:13257.

    Stein EG, Gustafson TA, Hubbard SR. The BPS domain of Grb10 inhibits the catalytic activity of the insulin and IGF1 receptors. FEBS Letters, 2001;493:106.

    Stein EG, Rice LM, Brünger AT. Torsion angle molecular dynamics: a new, efficient tool for NMR structure calculation. J. Magn. Reson., 1997;124:154.

    Coordinates Grb10 SH2 domain (PDB entry 1NRV)