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DFG To Fund Four New Research Units

...ls scientists at Dresden Technical University will embark on a search for better implants in the research un...t the universities of Heidelberg and Mannheim will embark on a study of arithmetic, i.e. the theory of the types of numbers and their computational laws. They...

Miniature filtering device to make angioplasty safer being tested

...ion catheter. Snell indicated that Rush will soon embark on a trial comparing the two devices to determine which one is the most safe and effective for patients who need angioplasty.More than 13 million people in the United States have been diagnosed with coronary artery disease, the leading cause of death...

Eisenhower Mem. 1st CA hospital to use Bridge barcode system to prevent medication errors

...wer is the first California healthcare provider to embark on a program to use barcode technology to intercept both medication and blood transfusion errors at the hospital bedside. EMC has contracted to begin deploying Bridge Medicals MedPoint patient safety software system at its 261-bed Eisenhower Memorial...

NHGRI launches Social and Behavioral Research Branch

...nomics," said Dr. Green. "Now that we are about to embark on translating the information from the Human Genome Project into research on better ways to prevent and manage human illnesses, the time is appropriate for this important area to have its own dedicated branch." To head the new DIR bra...

Urologist to study herbal remedies for prostate and urinary diseases

...ollar industry in North America. "It's exciting to embark on such a wide-ranging project with potential applications in so many areas," says Dr. Curtis. "There are probably more herbal than prescribed pharmaceutical treatments sold in Canada today but, without clinical evaluation, we don't know how safe th...

UC San Diego scientists unveil pilot project for automated monitoring of animal behavior

...osal stages. Noted Belongie: "We are now hoping to embark on a multi-million-dollar project that would allow us to develop and deploy the technology for two key areas -- medical research, and emergency response." UCSD is a major biological sciences research center, and animal-care specialists believe the te...

New breast pap smear detects early cellular changes; May prevent onset of breast cancer

...vitamin A doesn't work and breast epithelial cells embark on the road toward cancer. Hence, RAR beta is a good molecular "marker" by which to assess the potential risk of developing breast cancer. Even a few breast epithelial cells that show loss of RAR beta function could signal an increased risk for breas...

SOS Rx: National medication safety group organized

...acy. Consumer Education: This fall, SOS Rx will embark upon a comprehensive educational effort targeting consumers' use of high-risk drugs, such as warfarin (a blood thinner used to treat or prevent blood clots), that are associated with high numbers of adverse drug events. Consumers will be informed tha...

Three Harvard Medical School endowed chairs named simultaneously in sleep medicine

...ill greatly expand the capacity of the division to embark on creative avenues of research that might not garner traditional federal support...

Do cigarette additives pose additional risk to smokers?

...itive-free" cigarettes. Next Steps LSRO will now embark on the next phase of the project, evaluating the impact of individual additives....

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