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2005 Award for Basic Research in Biological Mineralization

...ntervention program targeting minority students to careers in dental academics. In 2002, she became the director of the dental schools training program "Craniofacial Oral-biology Student Training in Academic Research" (COSTAR), funded by the NIDCR at just under $4.0 million dollars. Her research has been fea...

Johns Hopkins scientists receive presidential medals

...eremony on Monday, March 14. "Sol's and Riccardo's careers -- as scientists and as leaders of scientists -- have been nothing short of extraordinary," said William R. Brody, M.D., Ph.D., president of The Johns Hopkins University. "Though one seeks to solve the mysteries of the mind and brain and the other ex...

ASGE announces grant recipients in annual research awards program

...earch Committee is to help launch medical research careers for members of the recipient research teams. The ASGE Awards Program was initiated in 1985 and has awarded more than $3 million in research dollars. Its objective is to foster research in gastrointestinal endoscopy both within and outside of academi...

New study shows early ritalin may cause long-term effects on the brain

...isorders; encouraging scientists to enter research careers in fields related to these disorders and their treatment; and ensuring the dissemination of relevant scientific advances....

New studies on Ritalin and Alzheimer's Disease highlight ACNP Annual Meeting

...isorders; encouraging scientists to enter research careers in fields related to these disorders and their treatment; and ensuring the dissemination of relevant scientific advances. WHEN: December 12-16, 2004 ACNP Annual Meeting San Juan, Puerto Rico To receive copies of the press releases, plea...

Report finds new model of care can improve quality, lower costs and increase physician efficiency

...parities discourage medical students from choosing careers in primary care. We must take immediate steps to assure the financial viability of primary care in order to ensure access to care and better health for all Americans," urged Fleming. Researchers included in the financial modeling 10 features of the ...

Rehabilitation professionals in nationwide survey cite barriers to assistive technology transfer

...or physical therapy and rehabilitation engineering careers by reaching out to high schools and college campuses in the community. Educate students about the benefits of an undergraduate degree in rehabilitation engineering and a master's in physical therapy, which may provide a wider range of potential care...

Duke University's Cohen wins The Gerontological Society of America's 2004 Donald P. Kent Award

...graduates of this program have gone on to academic careers in geriatric medicine and are now well-known in the field. At GSA, he has served as President, Chair of the Clinical Medicine Section, a member of the Public Policy Committee, and the Publication Committee. Cohen is also a previous winner of GSA's Jo...

NIH awards 1,400 new student loan repayment contracts

...educational debt for health professionals pursuing careers in clinical, pediatric, contraception and infertil... for health professionals to launch their research careers unfettered by the burden of student loan debt." The five NIH Loan Repayment Programs are the Clinica...

DOE labs, universities and second sight partner to speed development of 'artificial retina'

...ical advances to interest young people in pursuing careers in math and science. "The Department of Energy has led the way to many scientific breakthroughs, especially when several scientific disciplines combined to make a whole greater than the sum of the parts," Secretary Abraham said. "This project is one...

Livermore scientists join DOE consortium

...ical advances to interest young people in pursuing careers in math and science. Second Sight was founded in 1998 to create a retinal prosthesis to provide sight to patients blinded from outer retinal degenerations. Founded in 1952, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is a national ...

University of Maryland School of Medicine scientist receives prestigious presidential award

...ate scientists and engineers at the start of their careers whose work shows the greatest promise to benefit the nominating agency's mission. Participating agencies award these beginning scientists and engineers up to five years of funding to further their research in support of critical government missions....

Personality tests could predict doctors' burnout

...e stressed. In addition, such knowledge could help careers advisors and hospital managers to provide individualised advice and counselling for doctors so that they can achieve their full potential"....

Tufts professor launches program to mentor deaf students in state-of-the-art physics research

...oing exciting work is key to a student's choice of careers in science," said Cebe, professor of physics at Tufts' School of Arts and Sciences. "There are few role models for the deaf and hard of hearing students. We hope the interns will ultimately become role models for others and spread the excitement of ...

UCI launches nation's first medical education program focused on Latino culture

...ors will enter residencies and ultimately lifelong careers emphasizing their leadership abilities in serving Latino populations. To date, The California Endowment has supported PRIME-LC with more than $660,000. The California Endowment is a private, statewide health foundation created in 1996 as a result of ...

UCSD partners with Peru in NIH grant to battle malaria, world's number 2 killer

... be returning to Peru to continue their scientific careers once they complete their training. Prior to joining the UCSD faculty as an associate professor in 2002, Vinetz was an associate professor with the World Health Organization's Collaborating Center for Tropical Diseases at the University of Texas Medic...

Medical College of Georgia to establish clinical campus at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital

...us, they will also be making decisions about their careers while in the program, and we think many will want to return here to practice medicine," said Joel Wernick, president and CEO of Phoebe Putney Health System. "Over the past decade, many of the young physicians who came through our program have done ...

Tackling medical schools' informal curriculum

...oundation of knowledge and skills for their future careers in practice. Now the school's faculty is tackling the more difficult challenge improving the informal curriculum, the 'lessons' they teach by their actions daily. In doing this work, the school's goal is to use the social environment of the academic...

Hopkins' young researchers honored for their contributions

...Investigators' Day encourages those whose research careers are just beginning to bloom by emphasizing independent thinking, keen observation, perseverance and hard work as keys to research success at all levels of training," says Rowena McBeath, an M.D./Ph.D. candidate in Cellular and Molecular Medicine. McB...

2004 Research in Periodontal Disease Award to Soskolne

...nvolved in stimulating and developing the academic careers of a new generation of dental scientists active in the fields of dental research, both in Israel and in the international arena. In addition, he has served on numerous committees of the IADR and chaired the Hatton Awards Committee for 3 years. Suppor...

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