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AAPS Announces First Online Education Event

...t slides. Participants will enjoy the bestvenue of learning and enhance their knowledge base from their computers at homeor work. In addition, participants can access the education material at any timeand learn at their own pace," said David C. Pang, Ph.D., AAPS Director ofScientific Affairs. For complete de...

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...nter's Maxine DunitzNeurosurgical Institute. After learning of his background and work in this area,a life-long hospital supporter, Maxine Dunitz, donated $5 million that willbenefit patients with brain tumors formerly regarded as virtually untreatable,as well as those with other deadly brain disorders such a...

Temples Virtual Lab Helps Disabled Students

...es Engineers and scientists spend countless hours learning in the classroom andporing over academic journals, but nothing compares to the training they receivein the laboratory. Hands-on education allows them to experience the backbone ofengineering and science--conducting experiments, testing hypotheses, l...

Breakthrough? Study Finds Dopamine Cannot Be Source Of Pleasure In Brain

...big surprise." Dopamine may be involved in learning or anticipation of reward, he said.It clearly is not responsible for continuous pleasure, however, or the chemistswould have detected a lot of it when trained rats repeatedly pressed the lever,too. The new work promises better explanations of...

First Clinical Trial In Bay Area To Test Effect Of HIV Vaccine; SF Department Of Public Health And UCSF Recruiting Study Volunteers

...ctions. We still feel our results will be valid in learning about theprotective nature of a vaccine." Earlier clinical studies of this vaccine evaluated its overall safety, includinghow it affected the immune system and whether it caused any adverse reactions inresearch volunteers. Results of these studies, ...

Management Academy To Boost Training For Local, State Public Health Departments

... as well as in their home communities via distance learning and theInternet. Grant funds over four years will come from the Centers for Disease Control andPrevention in Atlanta, the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration inRockville, Md., the W.K. Kellogg Foundation in Battle Creek, Mich. and theRo...

500 Bay Area Women And Teens Will Attend UCSF Conference On Women's And Teen Health, Saturday March 20

...al remedies and dietarysupplements, menopause, and learning to negotiate. Teen Health 2000, which will run concurrently with the women's symposium, willcover topics such as body image, advocacy, race, contraception and STDs. For more information call Abby Sinnott in the UCSF News Services office at 415-885-7...

Possible Mechanism For Estrogen Memory Enhancement Found

...mory shortage in the brain. Thompson believes that learning more about the mechanism of long-termpotentiation ...nt. "The inference is that estrogen has effects on learning andcognitive function that go far beyond the hormone's reproductive role," Dr.Henderson says. The es...

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Nursing Administrator Receives Nursing Excellence Award

...dmen -- what I was told when I was 5 years old and learning to swim at the YWCApool: 'Find something you really like to do, and keep at it.' I made my commitment to nursing, and I've never been sorry." In fact, it was at that early age in Tucson, Ariz. -- a time when she was in andout of hospitals because of ...

NICHD-Funded Researchers Show Estrogen Effects On Brain After Menopause

...patternsbefore they are apparent in test scores of learning or behavior. "These findings show that it's possible to alter brain organization inolder individuals," Dr. Shaywitz said. "These alterations suggest a plasticityin the memory systems of mature women and that these neural systems are neither...

New Teacher Award Honors NSF Program Director

...ll students-particularly those withdisabilities-in learning science, mathematics, engineering, and technology. The award is named after Lawrence A. Scadden,* the National Science Foundation's(NSF) senior program director of the Program for Persons With Disabilities. Scadden is an internationally reno...

Baby Talk: Parents Do Make A Difference, By Promoting Childhood Chatter, From Birth To Age 3

...he thing they're best at--better thangrownups!--is learning languages." Indeed, between birth and 3 years of a...prise when toddlers reach18 to 24 months and begin learning up to 9 new words each week, Golinkoff says.Research suggests that this spurt occurs after children ...

USC Historian Sifts World's Oldest Printed Medical Books For Clues To Riddle Of Gender

...ily life,professionalism was limited and classical learning was prestigious but oflimited clinical value. Competing groups of healers included literate physiciansand paramedical practitioners like midwives, granny healers and apothecaries,and itinerant acupuncturists in China and barber-surgeons in Europe. Ea...

Repeated Exposure To Cocaine Alters Brain Structure

...ex, brain regions where processes involvingreward, learning and memory normally take place. In recent experiments with cocaine, Robinson and Kolb observed similar dendriticalterations in the same brain regions in rats. The same alterations were seen inanimals that were given cocaine by experimenters and those...

Do Neurons Learn By Growing Thorns? Emergence Of Dendritic Spines Is Associated With Long-Term Synaptic Plasticity

...ctionsthat is thought to be the cellular basis for learning and memory) in ahippocampal neuron goes along with morphological changes in specializedmicroscopic structures, the so-called dendritic spines (Nature, May-6th, 1999).Most neurobiologists believe that memories are encoded in the changing strengthof sy...

$50 million from Bill and Melinda Gates will fund Columbia Public Health program to prevent maternal deaths in developing nations

...d children; education to support accessto lifelong learning for young people and adults alike; and community giving inthe Pacific Northwest to support civic and arts organizations in the localcommunity that address the needs of children and families. In early 1998, the Foundation made a grant to the C...

Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon receives $6.5 million to fund studies on health of adolescents and firefighters

... what behaviors keep you healthy. The challenge is learning how to makethose behaviors part of our lifestyle," says Elliot. "Although we are comparing two approaches for helping firefighters to reducetheir risk of heart disease, findings from this study will be helpful for manyother groups," said Victor Steve...

Mother's depression impedes baby's development

...ssociativelearning, a basic and ubiquitous form of learning in infants." During aseries of trials, the infants heard a woman say, "Pet the gorilla," and thensaw a smiling woman's face. Later, to test if infants had learned toassociate the voice and face, the researchers tracked how much time infantsspent lo...

Aging alone does not affect brain system related to memory loss

...brain systems responsible for important aspects of learning and memory.However, the research found that the combination of old age and pre-existingbrain pathology led to serious problems in a brain system that is crucial fornormal cognitive abilities. The findings have important implications for researchers s...

Bioterrorism topic of first new nationally broadcast public health grand rounds session

... World Wide Web site orcontact your state distance learning coordinator. Continuing education credit will be offered for various professions based on 60minutes of instruction. Program materials are available on the Web site. The second program of the series, "Breast Cancer: How Can We Stop It?," is scheduled ...

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