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Einstein's unconquerable team celebrated their fourth
consecutive national victory and their seventh overall national win
at ACP's Internal Medicine Meeting 2015 in Boston.
(L to R) team members Jean Bustamante, Chitra Punjabi and,
holding the coveted Osler Cup, Apostolos Perelas. Team alternates
Kene Mezue and Nellowe Candelario are missing from the
A sincere thank you to Team Coaches Guillermo Garrido Rosa and
Jedrzej Wykretowicz who led the team to an unprecedented fourth
The top four teams in the 2015 tournament were: Albert Einstein
Medical Center, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the
Cleveland Clinic, and the University of Washington. The Einstein
team won by one point by answering this final question, "Migraines
that occur with every menstrual period." The answer was catamenial
Congratulations to the Einstein Team and all their