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  • . . . every paper more accessible to a broad set of readers – including students, colleagues in other fields, and the public – through Impact statements, plain language summaries (eLife Digests), and selected expert commentaries (eLife Insights). eLife articles are immediately and freely available to the world
  • . . . Marianne Bronner Caltech "We had a great experience publishing in eLife and were particularly amazed at the great publicity the paper received
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  • His laboratory played important roles in establishing how Src is regulated, how activated growth factor receptors recruit signaling proteins, and Ras-Raf-MAPK signaling
  • . . . ubiquitination and degradation for terminating signaling, and led in recent years to detailed investigation of the role s of Cullin-RING ligases in regulating signal transduction events in vivo and in cultured cells
  • . . . Feb 26, 2017 11:09 pm Board index ‹ The Science Forum ‹ Coffee Shop Post a reply 20 posts • Page 1 of 1 heroes / role models « Previous topic Next topic » Author Message marnixR Post subject: heroes / role models Posted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 7:28 pm Joined: Thu Aug 04, 2011 8:35 pm Posts: 4659 Location: Cardiff, Wales sometimes I hear people . . .
  • . . . became the person they were because of someone who was their hero or because they followed someone who was their role model I must admit that this has never applied in my circumstances : I never had heroes or role models which brings me to the question : am I the odd one out, or is this (i.e
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  • . . . science into one of our two channels growing up; and later Carl Sagan, for having the courage to speak science the public something unpopular with his peers. Once an adult, a figure from history, Earnest Shackleton for his diverse and often amazingly effective leadership in the worst conditions imaginable
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  • . . . that these professionals provide sets the future course not only for the facilities they manage but also for the health care system as a whole. Managing a health care facility today is the close equivalent to managing an entire city
  • . . . within or hire other professionals with related experience (such as nurses) who are ideal for an administrative role because of their direct health care knowledge. For high-level executive positions, a graduate education (two to three years) is usually the starting point
  • Students often spend time in an ancillary or assistant role under the mentorship of a health administrator, or participate in a special project designed to benefit a facility or health care practice
  • . . . professionals are also ideal for taking on consultant roles, becoming educators, or becoming policy makers in a public service or government capacity. If you would like to gain the necessary education to become a health care administrator, we highly recommend that you check out our free School Finder Tool located HERE
  • . . . » Policy » National Institutes of Health Guidelines on Human Stem Cell Research Back to top National Institutes of Health Guidelines on Human Stem Cell Research SUMMARY: The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is hereby publishing final "National Institutes of Health Guidelines for Human Stem Cell Research" (Guidelines)
  • . . . of intramural NIH stem cell research. EFFECTIVE DATE: These Guidelines are effective on July 7, 2009. SUMMARY OF PUBLIC COMMENTS ON DRAFT GUIDELINES: On April 23, 2009 the NIH published draft Guidelines for research involving hESCs in the Federal Register for public comment, 74 Fed. Reg. 18578 (April 23, 2009)
  • . . . comments from members of Congress. This Notice presents the final Guidelines together with the NIH response to public comments that addressed provisions of the Guidelines
  • Respondents noted that a particular clinic’s role may be limited to the provision of contact information for researchers
  • Others say they should be the same person, because people in both roles need to have detailed knowledge of both areas (IVF treatment and hESC research). There is also a concern that the IVF doctor will create extra embryos if he/she is also the researcher
  • . . . leading to a deep, rewarding understanding of the human body and fulfillment of career goals
  • . . . allied health workforce may work directly with patients, behind the scenes, or function in a combination of both role s
  • Health and wellness management professionals play an important role in educating the public about big picture ideas like these that help empower individuals to achieve and maintain health and well-being
  • . . . non-GM crops. While gene flow could certainly benefit from more research, Nicolia and his colleagues suggest, the public’s aversion to field trials discourages many scientists, especially in the EU. In the food and feeding category, the team found no evidence that approved GMOs introduce any unique allergens or toxins into the food supply
  • . . . be integrated into human cells—a popular anti-GMO criticism. These 1783 studies are expected to be merged into the public database known as GENERA (Genetic Engineering Risk Atlas) being built by Biofortified , an independent non-profit website
  • . . . is unequivocal: there is no credible evidence that GMOs pose any unique threat to the environment or the public’s health . The reason for the public’s distrust of GMOs lies in psychology , politics and false debates
  • It’s more sustainable, uses less petroleum, energy and transportation. —– As I have said. Label GMO foods. I don’t want to subsidize GMO’s. That makes it fare and transparent. Bongstar420 Fat people are fat because they are predisposed to being fat
  • . . . Avoiding GMO’s won’t affect you and can hurt, so why would you object? We need to move to a world that uses less petroleum, that means less chemicals, less big ag production, more local agriculture, methods that improve the soil, nutrition and grow more variety locally. A lot of eco-friendly solutions are available
  • . . . Nakamura K, Kobayashi M, Yamamoto N, Tokuda K, Miura S, et al. 2016. "Pertussis outbreak among patients and healthcare workers in a provincial dialysis facility in Japan." The Journal of hospital infection doi:10.1016/j.jhin.2016.09.011 Aaboud M, Aad G, Abbott B, Abdallah J, Abdinov O, et al. 2016
  • "The role of PSMB9 up-regulated by interferon signature in the pathophysiology of cutaneous lesions of dermatomyositis and lupus erythematosus." The British journal of dermatology doi:10.1111/bjd.14385 Okumura H, Mori N, Tanaka T, . . .
  • "Is there a role of adjuvant treatment for salivary duct carcinoma?" The Journal of laryngology and otology 129 Suppl 2 doi:10.1017/S0022215114002965 Aad G, Abbott B, Abdallah J, Abdel Khalek S, Abdinov O, et al. 2015
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  • . . . at Predominately Undergraduate Institutions BRP Online Course Presentation Date: Fri, 30 September, 2016 More Less Publication Date : September 2016 Abstract: Overall Series Description and Learning Goals: Starting a successful research program at a predominantly undergraduate institution pose unique challenges for a beginning faculty member
  • . . . sciences by the ASCLS P.A.C.E. Program. All sessions are recognized by the California and Florida Departments of Health and qualify for California and Florida CE credit toward license renewal
  • . . . laboratory detection of the many different respiratory viruses responsible for disease can play an important role in clinical management, but determining the source of a respiratory infection using traditional methods can be challenging
  • Studies of the human microbiome have provided insightful information on the vital role that microbial communities play in health and disease
  • . . . and motivations as well as what you desire most in a workplace and schedule
  • One of the most successful solutions to rising healthcare costs was the emergence, and continued expansion, of nurse extender roles like those of the personal care aide, nursing assistant, and patient care technician, . . .
  • . . . for healthcare workers to care for elderly parents because the adult children are no longer able to perform this role as the result of gainful employment outside of the home
  • . . . and their role s, as well as titles, continue to evolve as a response to the changing health care needs of the public
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  • . . . 2 hours ago 0 0 Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes Research suggests a new model of chronic disease Genes play a key role in determining whether someone experiences multiple chronic diseases, according to new research by King's
  • The details of how it exerts that control have been 20 hours ago 46 0 Neuroscience Itch neurons play a role in managing pain There are neurons in your skin that are wired for one purpose and one purpose only: to sense itchy things
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  • Others, such as when tuberculosis began to afflict humans, the role of lice in plague pandemics, and the history of smallpox, are explored and further illuminated in Paleomicrobiology of Humans
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  • . . . myeloid cells, new receptors and cytokines, and important interactions among immune cells. In Myeloid Cells in Health and Disease: A Synthesis , Editor Siamon Gordon has assembled an international team of esteemed scientists to provide their perspectives of myeloid cells during innate and adaptive immunity
  • . . . in immunology, including: the recruitment of myeloid and other immune cells following microbial infection the role of myeloid cells in the inflammation process and the repair of damaged tissue the vast arsenal of myeloid cell secretory molecules, including metalloproteinases, tumor necrosis factor, histamine, and perforin receptors . . .
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