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American Academy of Neurology presents 57th Annual Meeting in Miami Beach

...ntial Lecture on "Women in Neurology." Nobel Prize winner Stanley B. Prusiner, MD, will discuss "Synthetic Prions: Diagnosis and Treatment of Prion Disease." Ira Shoulson, MD, will lecture on "Equipoise and the Value of Uncertainty for Randomized Clinical Trials." Other plenary sessions will cover Contempor...

Innovation prize finalists announced in 'Science of Better'

...lman competition takes place Monday, April 18. The winner will be announced Tuesday, April 19. This year's finalists include The Athens 2004 Olympic Committee (working with Athens University), which responded to the challenge of planning the Olympics by developing an advanced Operations Research- and syst...

Brain activity of men and women during hostile or impulsive acts differs less on nicotine

...play a "hostility" game -- a game that allowed the winner to choose the loudness of a noise blasted at the losing player, with the opponent then having an opportunity to retaliate. The researchers found among all participants, behavioral responses differed by gender, with men retaliating by cranking up the ...

New research reinforces importance of aerobic health

...nd American College of Sports Medicine and was the winner of the American College of Sports Medicine New Investigator Award in 2000. Swoap is the chair of the biochemistry and molecular biology program at Williams College, where he has taught since 1996. His research has focused on the molecular bases of ...

Paper of the Year 2004

...ived this year were for Lancet papers. Last year's winner was a paper published in Science . *Also published in this week's issue is the annual Lancet Wakley Prize Essay (p 2223)--'Maria' by Negesh Tejani....

'Plague and Fire' a tale of public health, imperialism, race relations, catastrophe

...manities (NEH) and Norman Brown fellow, as well as winner of the Throne-Aldrich Prize. ...

GSA confers 2004 Nathan Shock New Investigator Award to UTHSC's Marciniak

...tutes of Health, and a founding member of GSA. The winner traditionally presents a lecture at the Annual Scientific Meeting the following year. The Gerontological Society of America (GSA), founded in 1945, is the oldest and largest national multidisciplinary scientific organization devoted to the advancemen...

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

...he Publication Committee. Cohen is also a previous winner of GSA's Joseph T. Freeman Award. His popular book...nslating research findings into practical use. The winner traditionally presents a lecture at the Annual Scientific Meeting the following year. The Kent Lectu...

GSA bestows Robert W. Kleemeier Award to University of Texas Health Science Center's Smith

...life through research in aging were exemplary. The winner traditionally presents a lecture at the Annual Scientific Meeting the following year. The Kleemeier Award Lecture is traditionally one of the conference's highlights....

South Florida's Small wins The Gerontological Society of America's 2004 Margret M. Baltes Award

...torate within the last ten years are eligible. The winner traditionally presents a lecture at the Annual Scientific Meeting the following year. The award is given by GSA in conjunction with the Baltes Foundation....

Boston College's Mahoney to receive GSA's 2004 Maxwell A. Pollack Award

...ication or policy are eligible for this prize. The winner traditionally presents a lecture at the Annual Scientific Meeting the following year. The award is made possible through a generous grant from The New York Community Trust's Maxwell A. Pollack fund....

The Gerontological Society of America confers 2004 M. Powell Lawton Award to Penn State's Zarit

...tstanding professional and personal qualities. The winner traditionally presents a lecture at the Annual Scientific Meeting the following year. The award is sponsored by the Madlyn and Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life's Polisher Research Institute....

GSA confers 2004 Joseph T. Freeman Award to St. Louis University's Morley

...y's distinguished members and past presidents. The winner traditionally presents a lecture at the Annual Scientific Meeting the following year. The Gerontological Society of America (GSA), founded in 1945, is the oldest and largest national multidisciplinary scientific organization devoted to the advancemen...

Research on fabrics and cancer-fighting foods featured at ACS meeting

...chemist to deliver plenary lecture John B. Fenn, winner of the 2002 Nobel Prize in chemistry, will deliver the plenary lecture. His topic, Electrospray Wings for Molecular Elephants, will describe some of the historical developments related to his award-winning work in the area of electrospray ionization...

Stanford to test effects of drug widely used for pediatric hypertension

...f," said Drover. In fact, Stanford wasn't the only winner - Duke University will study nitroprusside as well. Hammer and Drover plan to write proposals for additional off-patent drug contracts in the future. "It's going to be a long, slow process catching up with these drugs that have been long out of paten...

Revolutionary HIV drug Fuzeon wins most prestigious award for innovation

...ct portfolio. "Fuzeon was considered as the clear winner by the whole jury because it represents a new therapeutic approach, in fact the only new class of antiretroviral HIV drugs to emerge in the last eight years. Fuzeon markedly contributes to a significant increase in patients' quality of life", said Pr...

Rice bioengineer named to Technology Review's TR100

...nology, she works in collaboration with 2003 TR100 winner Jennifer West, Rice's Isabel C. Cameron Professor of Bioengineering and professor of chemical engineering, and Naomi Halas, Rice's Stanley C. Moore Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering and professor of chemistry. Drezek's nanotech researc...

New Investigator Award presented at the 2004 AIUM Annual Convention

...ute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) announced the winner of the 2004 New Investigator Award at the 2004 AIU...tion in Phoenix, Arizona on Tuesday, June 22. The winner was Clark Zhe Wu, MS, with his presentation on Sonoelastographic Imaging of Interference Patterns fo...

Rising young psychiatry researchers receive prestigious international award

...egories schizophrenia and bipolar disorder and a winner from North America and the rest of the world will receive an unrestricted career development award of $45,000 in each category. The 2003 Young Minds in Psychiatry Awards were won by Dr Aysegul Yildiz, from Dokuz Eylul Medical School, Izmir, Turkey (b...

Sounds of New York, evidence for a preferred ear, ultrasound for the eye

...expert Leo Beranek (beranekleo@ieee.org), a recent winner of the National Medal of Science, will discuss how architectural features affect the acoustics of symphonic music in a concert hall. Beranek will present a list of 58 halls ranked according to their acoustical quality based on interviews of music cr...

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