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The AIUM celebrates 50 years at the 2005 AIUM Annual convention and preconvention
...easoned professional, there's sure to be plenty of educational
activities that cater to all levels of expertise. ... latest ultrasound technology are just some of the educational
offerings that will be available to participants. Convention attendees are eligible to earn up to 17...
Society of Nuclear Medicine professionals explore molecular imaging, present research highlights
...ear exceptional lecturers and to take advantage of educational
and networking opportunities. This year's speakers are as follows. Sanjiv (Sam) Gambhir, M.D., Ph.D., director of the Molecular Imaging Center at Stanford University, Stanford, Calif., will deliver the June 19 Henry Wagner Lectureship. Gambhir, who...
Stem cell research in New York City receives pivotal boost from The Starr Foundation
...s long supported medical research, healthcare, and educational
programs in New York City, as well as cultural endeavors such as museums and public policy projects relating to international relations. With this gift to establish the Tri-Institutional Stem Cell Initiative, The Starr Foundation, in its 50th anniver...
2005 Elizabeth Fleming Stier Award: George J. Flick Jr.
...includes the four major research and instructional educational
institutions in Virginia. He secured funds to est...ginia coast and in Appalachia, which have provided educational
and research programs to maintain the economic vitality of these areas. He has worked to strengthen ...
Pediatricians lack confidence in managing obesity, and their own weight might be an important factor
... children was most related to a scarcity of useful educational
materials and other potentially modifiable factors," Perrin said. "In fact, pediatricians were able to identify many possibly helpful resources. "We also found that 89 percent of the doctors said they were willing to take at least a small role in adv...
Pediatric center to offer novel rehabilitation approach for spinal cord injury
...ans for children's unique physical, developmental, educational
and social needs. "Our clinical approaches have shown that function in individuals who are paralyzed can actually be restored through patterned physical activity such as cycling or walking movements," said Dr. John McDonald, Director of the Interna...
UCLA engineering professor Jennifer Jay named recipient of Presidential Early Career Award
... the integration of that research with significant educational
contributions. "I'm delighted and honored to have ...ts their imaginative thinking, built into creative educational
activities -- a form of leadership that can influence career choices and help invigorate the science...
ESC Congress 2005 to utilise studies, sessions and sunshine to shed light on women and CVD
...essages. For Your Heart's Sake consists of fun and educational
activities on CVD prevention and offers free risk assessment of blood pressure, cholesterol and overall risk prediction using the ESC HeartScore tool. For more information on former For Your Heart's Sake events see: http://www.escardio.org/initiativ...
First high-tech incubator at a women's college says girls can do science
...resident of The Sage Colleges, "as it enriches our educational
environment and contributes to the development of the waterfront area south of campus where we hope to see similar businesses and research facilities established over time. Its location at Russell Sage also makes clear that women can do science!" ...
Geologist receives prestigious National Science Foundation award for research and teaching
...rong teaching and mentoring skills, and make major educational
contributions. New funding for research and education activities accompanies the honor; Bierman will receive $300,000 over four years to support the Landscape Change Program, an online database of historical images. "The awards are NSF's recognition ...
42 biomedical scientists worldwide named HHMI international research scholars
...ns their research environments, and provides vital educational
opportunities for upcoming scientists. Networking these scientists with each other and with our domestic investigators yields further unique opportunities for innovation." For example: Rajesh Gokhale is a talented young scientist who, despite attrac...
Stephen P Goff awarded inaugural Retrovirology Prize
...h a donation from the Ming K. Jeang Foundation, an educational
foundation based in Houston, Texas. Stephen Goff, 53, is a prolific and highly accomplished scientist. He has published over 250 scientific articles. He was one of the first investigators to clone a functional copy of a retroviral genome, and to u...
Children born with extremely low-birth-weight have considerable health and educational needs
...ncing chronic health conditions and functional and educational
limitations compared to normal-birth-weight childr...LBW children is needed to plan for the medical and educational
services that they will require at school age. Maureen Hack, M.B., Ch.B., of Case Western Reserve U...
The World Congress of Nephrology 26-30 June 2005, Singapore
...e basic and clinical data presented along with the educational
component that echoed throughout. Organized into six main themes: the Fundamentals of Integrative Biology, Progression and Prevention of Chronic Renal Failure, Inflammation and Immunology, Dialysis, Transplantation, Issues in Clinical Nephrology, wi...
Pitt to teach green building in the tropics
.... Bevier (PetE '13), the MSI supports research and educational
programs that focus on greening the built environment and the sustainable use of water....
Oceanographers work a quarter of the world away from ship they're 'on'
...s, or a teacher whose class takes advantage of the educational
activities that bring the excitement of expeditions such as this into the classroom."...
Coyotes in the suburbs, bears in the backyard
...eir findings will supply public input and identify educational
needs for the state's wildlife managers and policy makers. It will also be of interest to many other regions in North America that are also struggling to deal with rapidly expanding human and wildlife populations. Paulin will present the group's pr...
The doctor is in: UH engineering students find medical mentors
...e two institutions allows them to share resources, educational
opportunities and participate jointly in research efforts and technology transfer. Since the strong ties between mathematical and physical science and academic medicine are vitally important, such collaboration is a key to the translation of biomedi...
Nutrition, education improve the well-being of cancer survivors
PITTSBURGH--Women who receive an educational
or nutritional intervention following the completi...Clinical Oncology. Previous research that included educational
interventions for breast cancer patients was conducted while women were undergoing treatment. This s...
Yale Public Health Professor elected fellow of the American Statistical Association
...cal Association (ASA). The ASA is a scientific and educational
society established to promote excellence in the application of statistics. Fellows are elected based on their contributions to the advancement of the field of statistics, their leadership within the field, publications, involvement in ASA activities...
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