... The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has chosen Emory as one of 35 institutions to receive a total of $7 million in grants designated as K-30 awards to improve clinical research training. The grant to Emory of $200,000 over five years will help support the new Master of Science in Clinical Research Program launched last fall by Emorys Schools of Medicine and Public Health.. Emorys new collaborative program was created in response to a national shortage of skilled investigators in clinical research as well as internal interest in advanced training. The program is designed to prepare Emory physicians and other clinical investigators, especially senior postdoctoral fellows and young faculty, for careers as clinical research scientists. Graduates of the two-year program will receive the master of science in clinical research degree from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.. Led by David Stephens, professor of medicine and ...
The Master of Science (M.S.) in Clinical Research Methods is attained through the Clinical Research Training Program (CRTP). This intensive two-year program is designed for those pursuing a career in investigator-initiated, hypothesis-driven clinical research. CRTP scholars are drawn from all of Einsteins medical specialties and subspecialties, including those interested in clinical investigation across the entire translational research spectrum, from mechanistic studies to population-based and health services research. The comprehensive program combines didactic learning and coursework with a mentored research experience.. ...
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From India to Uganda, Fogartys Global Infectious Disease (GID) research training program has launched successful research careers around the globe, grown capacity, paved the way for groundbreaking discoveries that save lives everywhere, including in the U.S., and even reversed brain drain from low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), researchers said at a recent meeting to mark five decades of Fogartys existence.. "Programs like the GID have had an incredible track record in training leaders in Fogartys first 50 years," said Dr. Richard L. Guerrant, the lead of a long-running GID program at the University of Virginia, which has trained more than 80 scientists in Brazil, South Africa and Tanzania. "All of our GID trainees have returned home after their training, all have taken on leadership roles at their research institutions or started companies, and all have published numerous papers, another benchmark of leadership.". But the most laudable outcome of GID collaborations, said many of the ...
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The UT Gastroenterology / Hepatology research training program is aimed at producing the next generation of scientific leaders focused on understanding digestiv...
The Research Training Program aims at providing researchers knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary for achieving high quality research outcomes.
With funding from the Swedish Research Council, Professor Karl Michaëlsson will begin building a new research environment in ageing and health at Uppsala University. The long-term goal is to contribute to increased knowledge on the link between lifestyle and health.
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Albert always knew the type of research he wanted to do. But to find the right research environment he had to move from industry to academia, and to a new country.
The Basic Science Research Division is dedicated to the study of anesthetic mechanisms and molecular pharmacology, neurophysiology, biophysics, biochemistry, and cardiac physiology. The Department of Anesthesiology operates three major lab spaces with five principal investigators. A further three principal investigators work out of collaborative ventures in laboratories at Rockefeller University and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
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Cancer is a leading cause of mortality in the world today. Mutation in the K-ras oncogene is common in most human cancers. K-ras oncogene expression was specifically downregulated by 58.7% by K-ras silencing siRNA, and ...
Research facilities and groups. The BMSRI offers a state-of-the-art research environment for high profile researchers to undertake internationally agenda-setting research in strategically prioritised areas of biomedicine. This research environment earned Biomedical Sciences at Ulster a No. 1 ranking in RAE2008, and was again rated as 100% world-leading in REF2014.. Our research is carried out in well-equipped laboratories allowing the latest methods to be applied to individual projects. Our entire infrastructure is managed as Core Facility Units with equipment and laboratories dedicated to: advanced molecular bioimaging/microscopy, bioinformatics and computational biology, cell biology, chemical analysis, genomics, proteomics/ metabolomics (including Mass Spectrometry & NMR analysis), transgenics, physiology and pharmacology. The BMSRI research infrastructure also includes centralised resources for: clinical research & human intervention studies/ trials; the use and storage of mammalian cells ...
In international collaboration with the TREAT-NMD alliance, we have established Remudy, which runs three official national registries for dystrophinopathy, GNE myopathy, and myotonic dystrophy. The myotonic dystrophy registration was recently launched in collaboration with Osaka University and several institutes in the National Hospital Organization. The aim of Remudy is to develop clinical research infrastructure and accelerate clinical development research for these rare diseases in Japan. To date, we have provided data sets for feasibility studies in response to inquiries, sent out information on clinical trials to the candidates in preparation for recruitment phases and, implemented a new registry-based research format to present the natural history and epidemiological data of rare diseases. Remudy provides a prototype clinical research infrastructure to help efforts to overcome these rare and incurable diseases. Recently, Remudy started operating a user-friendly, secure web-based registry ...
The mandate of the centre for biomedical research is to: Handle resource databases and serve as a focal point for basic researcher and clinician interactions and cooperation; provide a conduit to train medical professionals for local hospitals, clinics and industry; serve as a resource for local community inquiries regarding medical research; Assist in coordinating biomedical research opportunities and resources with UVic and the Victoria community; provide the scaffolding for biomedical research training at UVic and the surrounding community; Actively engage and interface with the community to disseminate biomedical research activities and findings.
The mandate of the centre for biomedical research is to: Handle resource databases and serve as a focal point for basic researcher and clinician interactions and cooperation; provide a conduit to train medical professionals for local hospitals, clinics and industry; serve as a resource for local community inquiries regarding medical research; Assist in coordinating biomedical research opportunities and resources with UVic and the Victoria community; provide the scaffolding for biomedical research training at UVic and the surrounding community; Actively engage and interface with the community to disseminate biomedical research activities and findings.
The YCCI Clinical Research Training Program is committed to providing support to facilitate the highest possible quality in clinical research. We provide training opportunities for faculty and research staff to ensure that research is carried out appropriately and efficiently. Our educational offerings include professional development for faculty, research nurses, coordinators, data managers, and regulatory, administrative and financial staff involved in clinical research.. We maintain broad-based information on federal, state, local and institutional requirements needed to initiate and manage clinical research, including all regulatory requirements, detailed knowledge about specifics for implementing research at Yale and affiliated sites, and a robust system for educating and updating those involved in clinical and translational research about compliance and regulatory requirements and procedures. In addition, our program is designed to help educate research staff on resolving problems ...
The YCCI Clinical Research Training Program is committed to providing support to facilitate the highest possible quality in clinical research. We provide training opportunities for faculty and research staff to ensure that research is carried out appropriately and efficiently. Our educational offerings include professional development for faculty, research nurses, coordinators, data managers, and regulatory, administrative and financial staff involved in clinical research.. We maintain broad-based information on federal, state, local and institutional requirements needed to initiate and manage clinical research, including all regulatory requirements, detailed knowledge about specifics for implementing research at Yale and affiliated sites, and a robust system for educating and updating those involved in clinical and translational research about compliance and regulatory requirements and procedures. In addition, our program is designed to help educate research staff on resolving problems ...
The YCCI Clinical Research Training Program is committed to providing support to facilitate the highest possible quality in clinical research. We provide training opportunities for faculty and research staff to ensure that research is carried out appropriately and efficiently. Our educational offerings include professional development for faculty, research nurses, coordinators, data managers, and regulatory, administrative and financial staff involved in clinical research.. We maintain broad-based information on federal, state, local and institutional requirements needed to initiate and manage clinical research, including all regulatory requirements, detailed knowledge about specifics for implementing research at Yale and affiliated sites, and a robust system for educating and updating those involved in clinical and translational research about compliance and regulatory requirements and procedures. In addition, our program is designed to help educate research staff on resolving problems ...
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Cataliotti, A., Schirger, J. A., Martin, F. L., Chen, H. H., McKie, P., Boerrigter, G., Costello-Boerrigter, L. C., Harty, G., Heublein, D. M., Sandberg, S. M., James, K. D., Miller, M. A., Malkar, N. B., Polowy, K. & Burnett, J. C. J., Aug 9 2005, In : Circulation. 112, 6, p. 836-840 5 p.. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article ...
The Center provides the highest quality research environment for developing new scientific discoveries, vaccines, methods of diagnosis, and therapeutic agents for infectious agents. The Center provides the highest quality research environment for developing new scientific discoveries, vaccines, methods of diagnosis, and therapeutic agents for infectious agents. ...
With 90% of Durhams research assessed as being of International Quality and examples of World-Leading (4*) research excellence in every department, you are guaranteed to study in an academic environment of great quality. Within geography, we invite you to actively participate in our research environment deemed vibrant and competitive at the highest international levels by the RAE panel through seminars, conferences, workshops and fieldwork. Activities of our research clusters and groups can be found on our Research Clusters / Groups / Centres pages.. If thinking of coming to Durham for post-graduate research at PhD or Masters level you will know that you are entering a research environment second to none, will be receiving the guidance of scholars and researchers at the very front of their field internationally, and be given the chance to participate in your chosen research field at the global level.. Our Geography RAE result sits alongside our recent ranking in the Times Newspaper Good ...
Our teams are conducting basic science, translational research and clinical research with a goal of finding new cures and better ways to deliver current treatments. Our research focus spans from early diagnosis and cancer prevention, to developing less toxic treatments and exploring expanding horizons in life-long cancer survivorship. Research in the lab: Moving the boundaries of what we know about childrens cancer. Research in the lab, also referred to as basic science or bench research, investigates the fundamental causes and behaviors of pediatric cancers. This type of research helps us understand the genetic causes of cancer, the pathways along which cancer cells grow, how to change the way cells behave, and why some cancers react certain ways in response to treatment. Major breakthroughs in cancer treatment are often the result of basic science research. At C.S. Mott Childrens Hospital, we are home to many basic science research laboratories focusing on childrens cancer, including labs ...
Targeted investment in research facilities provides staff, students and businesses at the University of Lincoln with the best possible environment for pursuing research.
Previous Roles. Over my career with Newcastle University, I have been in a number of roles in the research environment which has included Grants and Contracts, Research Centre Manager, School Research Administrator and Deputy School Manager. I worked with a number of researchers from across the University to develop research applications and support the development and performance of the research environment. ...
Tomorrows Cures Today? How to Reform the Health Research System - 2000, Page 9 by Donald R. Forsdyke. Read Tomorrows Cures Today? How to Reform the Health Research System now at Questia.
In the last years, nanotechnology has become a key word of public interest, since it brings together different areas of science and benefits from an interdisciplinary or "converging" approach and is expected to lead to innovations that can contribute to addressing many of the problems facing todays society. A scientific and technical revolution has begun that is based upon the ability to systematically organize and manipulate matter on the nanometer length scale. Several nanotechnology-based products have been marketed including electronic components, scratch-free paint, sports equipment, wrinkle- and stain-resistant fabrics, sun creams, and medical products (e.g. bandages, heart valves, MRI contrast agents). Analysts estimate that the market for such products is currently around hundred of billions of euro and could rise to one trillion by 2015 [1]. Accordingly, potential occupational and public exposure to manufactured nanoparticles will increase dramatically in the near future. Many ...
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This chapter provides an introduction to conceptual, technical, and workflow issues of the National Educational Panel Studys remote-data-access solution. We illustrate that RemoteNEPSis capable not...
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Research supports environmental and policy approaches to increasing physical activity and improving eating behaviors in both adults and children that could lead to significant public health benefit," says a new 10-year strategic plan that identifies research opportunities with the greatest potential to benefit the millions of Americans who are living with or at risk for diabetes and its complications. Developed by a federal work group led by the National Institutes of Healths (NIH) National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, the plan aims to accelerate discovery on several fronts, including: the relationship between obesity and type 2 diabetes and how both conditions may be affected by genetics and environment; autoimmune mechanisms at work in type 1 diabetes; prevention of complications of diabetes that affect the heart, eyes, kidneys, nervous system and other organs; and the reduction of the impact of diabetes on groups disproportionately affected by the disease, ...
International Scholarly Research Notices is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal covering a wide range of subjects in science, technology, and medicine. The journals Editorial Board as well as its Table of Contents are divided into 108 subject areas that are covered within the journals scope.
The Erling-Persson Family Foundation is donating SEK 27.7 million towards an MR scanner for cardiovascular research at Karolinska Institutet. The gift will fund the establishment of a research environment devoted to finding new avenues for diagnosing and treating cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular disease accounts for 40 per cent of all deaths in Sweden, making it the single largest public health problem in the country. Improved diagnostic and treatment methods will give enormous social gains.
Researchers at University of Limerick have been looking into orthopaedic implants and how to prolong their lifespan. They say their findings could have future applications to help improve patient recovery, as well as decreasing the need for surgical procedures.
Vikas Kapil, Alexandra B. Milsom, Michael Okorie, Sheiva Maleki-Toyserkani, Farihah Akram, Farkhanda Rehman, Shah Arghandawi, Vanessa Pearl, Nigel Benjamin, Stavros Loukogeorgakis, Raymond MacAllister, Adrian J. Hobbs, Andrew J. Webb and Amrita Ahluwalia ...
Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States. An estimated over 140,000 people will be diagnosed with CRC and over 50,000 people will die in 2013. CRC tumors develop ...
WP4 Bioscience Research Use Cases: The CORBEL Project is an Initiative of eleven new biological and medical research infrastructures (BMS RIs), which together will create a platform for harmonised user access to biological and medical technologies, biological samples and data services required by cutting-edge biomedical research.
By Carl W. Dieffenbach, Ph.D., Director of the Division of AIDS, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health. Take a moment to imagine the future of the HIV pandemic, and how we as the research community can make that future better. Do you envision that 10 years from now, we have long-acting prevention and treatment strategies that are effective for at least 6 months, or an HIV vaccine with efficacy greater than 60 percent? Perhaps you see a functional cure in a large percentage of people living with HIV, a reduced burden of TB co-infection and non-infectious co-morbidities, or normal life expectancies for antiretroviral therapy (ART)-treated people.. Meeting these goals would be a realization of NIHs mission to drive the scientific discoveries that improve health and save lives. To accelerate this progress, we must first answer a big question: How can NIH most effectively advance the HIV research enterprise to reach these ends? This is the question we ...
The Highland Clinical Research Facility (HCRF) supports clinical research in the Highlands of Scotland. It is a state of the art purpose built facility housed within the Highland Diabetes Institute, part of the Centre for Health Science; a 10,000sqm centre of excellence in life sciences. The HCRF is adjacent to the largest hospital in the region, Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.. The Highlands and Islands of Scotland offers a unique research environment combining rich research assets in clinical and academic interests, with access to an under researched population and high quality support infrastructure.. The HCRF is managed by NHS Highland R& D Department. The facility draws on NHS expertise through dedicated governanace staff, research nurses, GP and pharmacy staff (research active). It is suitable for a range of healthcare and life science related activities and has the capacity to host studies requiring overnight observation.. Working with business ...
This is a course that explores occupations in the biomedical field. The occupations range from research scientist to many different medical specialties. It provides an opportunity for job shadowing and mentorship with professionals in the biomedical field. ...
NIH Funding Opportunities and Notices in the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts: BRAIN Initiative: Exploratory Research Opportunities Using Invasive Neural Recording and Stimulating Technologies in the Human Brain (U01) RFA-NS-18-010. NINDS
Few topics in biomedical research elicit the emotional response and frank overreaction as does the use of live animals in biomedical research...[But] to prohibit the use of live animals in biomedical research would so drastically reduce the flow of new medications into the hands of physicians of this country and the world as to represent, in my opinion, an unforgivable biomedical disaster for generations to come" - Charles Giles Smith. Smiths powerful statement could not resonate on a deeper level for me and for children with similar conditions to mine. Animal research is without a doubt a divisive topic, but I am living proof that is saves lives. On October 17, 2005, I was diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL) at the age of 14. My perfect world, and my parents perfect world for that matter, had been shattered. But by the end of that day, I would learn that ALL was not something to be too afraid of; my oncologist reassured me that I had high chances of survival, and I would only have ...
Get this from a library! Intervention in the aging process : proceedings of the Fund for Integrative Biomedical Research (FIBER) Symposium held in Boston, Massachusetts, November 5 and 6, 1982. [William Regelson; F Marott Sinex; Fund for Integrative Biomedical Research (U.S.). Symposium; Fund for Integrative Biomedical Research (U.S.)]
Update 6/27/12: The full report is now posted on the ACD website.. As I blogged last week, and most of you have heard by now, a working group of the Advisory Committee to the NIH Director (ACD) that I co-chaired with Shirley Tilghman from Princeton just completed a study of the biomedical research workforce. We reported our findings to the ACD last Thursday (you can find a link to the videocast here). We gathered a lot of data during this study, which are included in the report (see the ACD site for the executive summary and instructions for obtaining a copy of the full report). The data also are posted on an accompanying website. I plan to highlight some of the specific data in future posts, but first, Id like to discuss the outcome-the conceptual framework that presents a snapshot of the biomedical research workforce, incorporating the latest available data. The framework of the PhD workforce is presented below, and a companion framework for MDs and MD/PhDs in the biomedical research ...
Principles of Biomedical Research is appropriate for students that will be involved in biomedical research. PBR provides a lecture and student interactive series designed to introduce students to the basics of biomedical research.
Director, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, U.S. Food and Drug... Closing Discussion with Session Chairs, Panelists, and Audience Led by Workshop Chair. ...
By Jay P. Siegel, M.D., Chief Biotechnology Officer and Head, Global Regulatory Affairs, Janssen R&D. The Dr. Paul Janssen Award for Biomedical Research honors the work of an active scientist in academia, industry or a scientific institute and recognizes scientific excellence in the advance of healthcare knowledge, while fulfilling responsibilities in the community. The award was named after Dr. Paul Janssen, an extraordinarily gifted scientist who revolutionized modern medicine and inspired many who follow in his footsteps. Today we announced the winners of the 2012 award: Dr. Victor Ambros and Dr. Gary Rukvun, the co-discoverers of micro-RNA.. I am pleased that we can recognize the transformational discovery, as well as the collaborative spirit, of Drs. Ambros and Ruvkun with the 2012 Dr. Paul Janssen Award for Biomedical Research. Their tireless search for answers, as well as their partnership, echo the passionate pursuit of scientific knowledge for the benefit of patients exemplified by Dr. ...
WHO is currently working on a Research Strategy. The paper will focus on the management and organization of research activities within WHO and on support provided to countries in organizing health research when required. ...
Graduate Group in Epidemiology & Biostatistics - clinical research training programs are designed for medical students, residents, fellows, graduate students, and faculty
Graduate Group in Epidemiology & Biostatistics - clinical research training programs are designed for medical students, residents, fellows, graduate students, and faculty
The identification of the miRNA which results in the aggressive tumors has also revealed a new potential treatment for neuroblastoma. If the aggressive miRNA is removed from the tumour (chromosome 11q deletion) this may result in the tumor dying off. This type of therapy would be targeted and potentially less toxic than existing treatment. Professor Stallings said, "having our research highlighted by the internationally renowned journal Nature Reviews was very satisfying and confirms the importance of RCSIs translational research strategy in the global research environment" The international research study was funded in part by the Childrens Medical and Research Foundation at Our Ladys Childrens Hospital Crumlin and Science Foundation ...
Frequently asked questions about the Summer Genetics Institute (SGI), a tuition-free one-month intensive research training program at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland. Sponsored by the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR), the SGI provides participants with a foundation in molecular genetics appropriate for use in research and clinical practice.
This text is designed for courses on Biostatistics in a wide variety of biological and health sciences. The third edition addresses the plethora of important and novel statistical methods, especially useful for the health researcher, that have developed and/or become available and implementable (via computer programs) since the last edition in 1986. Since it is written for the non-statistically sophisticated student and researcher in the biomedical sciences, examples and illustrations form the backbone of the presentations, guiding readers toward an understanding and appreciation of the methods. In addition to simple (small, simple size) illustrations, real data from biomedical studies are used to reinforce the utility and interpretation of the techniques. Several larger examples are used repeatedly (from chapter to chapter) to demonstrate how investigators develop and carry out a study. While the text does not adhere to the need to use any particular computerized statistical package, there are ...
Every year, billions of dollars are spent funding biomedical research, resulting in more than one million new publications presenting promising new results. This research is the foundation upon which new therapies will be developed to enhance health, lengthen life, and reduce the burdens of illness and disability.. In order to build upon this foundational research, these results must be reproducible. Simply put, this means that when an experiment is repeated, similar results are observed. Over the last five years, multiple groups have raised concerns over the reproducibility of biomedical studies, with some estimates indicating only ~20% of published results may be reproducible (Scott et al. 2008, Gordon et al. 2007, Prinz et al. 2011, Steward et al. 2012, Begley and Ellis 2012). The National Institutes of Health (NIH), the largest public funder of biomedical research, has stated, "There remains a troubling frequency of published reports that claim a significant result, but fail to be ...
Jocelyn Kaiser has a good analysis of the data at ScienceInsider.. According to the data, 60% of all research project grants funded in 2011 were the investigator-initiated R01 grant, which has been the mainstay of basic science research at NIH. In my opinion, this number is too low. As you can see from the graph, the number of awards made has been declining since 2003. The US needs to invest more money in allowing investigators to explore - that has historically been the proven way to generate innovative results which have the greatest impact on our health.. ...
Dr. Seow also serves as associate director of research administration for the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation (YCCI). In this role, she oversees YCCIs scientific operational and research administration, and plays a key role in developing and implementing programs that link clinical and translational research with basic science research. In this capacity she oversees the YCCI pilot awards and manages YCCIs biospecimen unit, which helps investigators manage biospecimens electronically by facilitating access, storage, tracking and retrieval of specimens that are critical to research. She also manages multiple projects for clinical and translational research, including creating project management, human resources and vendor plans, and manages the IRB and FDA document preparation process and submissions for Yale investigators. Prior to joining YCCI in 2012, Dr. Seow was a member of Yales research faculty, where she honed her expertise in oncology, pharmacology, drug discovery, and ...
David H. Broide, M.B., Ch.B., joined an elite group of physicians from around the world when he was inducted into the prestigious Association of American Physicians (AAP) in April, 2008. A deeply respected clinician and physician scientist, Dr. Broide is Professor of Medicine and Director of the Research Training Program in the Section of Allergy/Immunology…
Biomedical research can have impacts on patient care at research-active hospitals. We qualitatively evaluated the impact of the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (Oxford BRC), a university-hospital partnership, on the effectiveness and efficiency of healthcare in local hospitals.
The Role of Imaging in Cancer Research and Treatment. Medical Imaging plays a central, critical, and irreplaceable role in early cancer detection, diagnosis, treatment planning and monitoring. The contribution of medical imaging to cancer diagnosis and treatment can be divided into at least two major categories- i.) Diagnostic imaging and treatment monitoring and ii.) Image-guided interventions.. Molecular Imaging and Treatment Monitoring:. Imaging beyond structure and morphology are major initiatives which see in-vivo evaluation of cancer and pre-cancerous conditions. Current work in functional, molecular and quantitative imaging already play important roles in early detection of cancer, precise diagnosis and characterization of tumors (particularly when combined with quantitative information from feature analytics, radiomics and genomics) and monitoring the response to therapy, and the creation of databases for deep learning. Imaging is a valuable tool to identify and characterize target ...
Provides a dynamic, exciting research environment with an internationally renowned portfolio of basic, clinical and translational research, encompassing the life course. With access to world class facilities, our researchers study human processes from the level of basic biology through to diseases such as cancer, osteoporosis and diabetes. We focus on translating scientific discoveries into meaningful advances in the clinic that can benefit our patients and the general population.. ...
Yaqub, Ohid (2018) Serendipity: towards a taxonomy and a theory. Research Policy, 47 (1). pp. 169-179. ISSN 0048-7333 Yaqub, Ohid (2017) Variation in the dynamics and performance of industrial innovation: what can we learn from vaccines and HIV vaccines? Industrial and Corporate Change. ISSN 0960-6491 Yaqub, Ohid (2017) Testing regimes in clinical trials: evidence from four polio vaccine trajectories. Research Policy, 46 (2). pp. 475-484. ISSN 0048-7333 Yaqub, Ohid, Castle-Clarke, Sophie, Sevdalis, Nick and Chataway, Joanna (2014) Attitudes to vaccination: a critical review. Social Science and Medicine, 112. pp. 1-11. ISSN 0277-9536 Yaqub, Ohid (2013) Polio eradication: one final cash injection? Guardian. Soper, Bryony, Yaqub, Ohid, Hinrichs, Saba, Marjanovic, Sonja, Drabble, Samuel, Hanney, Stephen and Nolte, Ellen (2013) CLAHRCs in practice: combined knowledge transfer and exchange strategies, cultural change, and experimentation. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 18 (3). pp. ...
Immunology, Immunohistochemistry, Stem Cells Research, Biomedical and Life Science products. With our experience in Flow cytometer application combining with the basic science research in the immunology leading us successfully serving the research community.. It is our mission to bring to you the best products both instrument and reagents. We serve our clients in the basic science and clinical research of Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Flow Cytometry, Life Science and Stem Cells researchs.. We believe that with high quality products from well-known manufacturers plus our best services will be able, successfully, to serve you to meet your standard and expectation.. Milestone. ...
Dr. Conroys research centers on understanding the impact of infections on global womens and childrens health with the end goal of developing new tools to risk stratify patients. She received her training in a translational global health research environment focused on malaria pathogenesis and the development of new therapeutics. Dr. Conroy is interested in understanding how infections alter the expression of proteins important for regulating blood vessel development and maintaining vascular integrity.
EMBO is an organization of more than 1700 leading researchers that promotes excellence in the life sciences. The major goals of the organization are to support talented researchers at all stages of their careers, stimulate the exchange of scientific information, and help build a European research environment where scientists can achieve their best work.
EMBO is an organization of more than 1700 leading researchers that promotes excellence in the life sciences. The major goals of the organization are to support talented researchers at all stages of their careers, stimulate the exchange of scientific information, and help build a European research environment where scientists can achieve their best work.
For three studies that reported on reduction of working hours,222324 we calculated the κ statistics2223 and intraclass correlation,24 based on the raw data provided by authors.. We distinguished between studies conducted in an insurance setting or a research setting. In an insurance setting, health professionals make judgments on disability for work based on functional limitations that includes normative judgments from a societal perspective. An insurance setting does not imply any specific format of the claimants presentation in the study, which can range from a real patient to a written case (see also "generalisability, verisimilitude"). Researchers in a research setting who develop and/or validate instruments tend to standardise their research environment when judging occupational functioning. Normative (legal) considerations or a societal perspective are not part of their judgments.. We used studies conducted in a research setting to investigate the association between level of ...
Hi all, Im prepping myself for a potential research position, and the PI has suggested that I familiarize myself with the NEURON neural modeling program (http://neuron.duke.edu/). Does anyone here use it in a research environment? Thanks ...
Research support via several term chairs/scholarships and donations to enhance targeted areas of research that are cutting edge and generative for the community, including the Leslie Term Chair in Innovative Brain Research, the Leslie Term Chair in Pioneering Brain Research, the Joanne and George Miller and Family Term Chair, Frances M. OMalley Administrative Chair in Neuroscience History, and the Carol Moss Spivak Scholarship. For more information, visit Endowed Term Chairs and Scholarships ...
Basic science research projects often become political punching bags, trotted out during budget talks as examples of frivolous spending of taxpayer money. Targets of the mockery can vary so much from season to season that its hard to keep track of whats considered wasteful in a given year, but the tone is usually the same -- a headline without context. The science of duck penises? Parisian fruit-fly research? Moth pheromones? Really? Now, the researcher who studies duck penises has spoken out, penning a powerful argument in the journal BioScience in defense of oddball science driven by curiosity. Patricia Brennan is a research scientist from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst who studies the bizarre and fascinating sexual battle that occurs between male and female ducks when they mate.
The broad spectrum of cardiovascular research at NorthShore is carried out by expert clinical investigators at the Cardiovascular Institute. From leaders in the field to rising stars, these innovators serve as principal investigators (PIs) for numerous clinical trials as well as translational studies that touch upon all areas of cardiac care, from prevention to valvular disease, heart rhythm disorders and heart failure. Several physicians have distinguished NorthShores strength in overseeing the launch of novel cardiovascular research initiatives by their appointments as not only site leaders but also national and global PIs. Overseeing the efforts of multiple sites across the country and abroad, they help to shape new discoveries that benefit patients at NorthShore and beyond.. Our cardiovascular studies yield promising advancements in a variety of heart disease research categories. We are pushing the frontiers in:. ...
The NIHR BRC Musculoskeletal theme is led by Professor Andrew Carr and includes our three world-leading research institutes - the Botnar Research Centre, the Kennedy Institute for Rheumatology and the Kadoorie Centre. It also incorporates the internationally recognised Centre for Statistics in Medicine and the accredited Oxford Clinical Trials Research Unit, as well as the NIHR Thames Valley Clinical Research Network, and plays a lead role in the NIHR Translational Research Collaborations in inflammatory joint and rare bone diseases. The Musculoskeletal theme encompasses inflammatory joint disease, trauma, degenerative joint disorders and rare bone diseases. We will build upon our established and proven strengths in identifying new pharmacological, surgical and rehabilitation treatments and accelerating their translation to the clinic. We will also further develop Oxfords promising tissue engineering implants and devices for the benefit of patients. The Musculoskeletal is embedded within the ...
Your precise guide to Biomedical Colleges in Wisconsin. MedicalAndNursing-Training.com offers listings of degree programs and training in Biomedical studies in , WI.
The Research Group on Sensing in Physiology and Biomedicine is part of the Center for Autonomous Systems and Neuro-Robotics and is co-led by Dr. Oscar Cámara and Dr. Bart Bijnens. The group focuses on integrating engineering/physics knowledge with physiology in order to provide an interdisciplinary research environment.. The main research lines are:. ...
WeNMR is a Virtual Research Community supported by EGI. WeNMR aims at bringing together complementary research teams in the structural biology and life science area into a virtual research community at a worldwide level and provide them with a platform integrating and streamlining the computational approaches necessary for data analysis and modelling. Its operation was originally funded by the European Commissions 7th Framework Programme (e-Infrastructure RI-261571) and is now supported by the Horizon 2020 e-Infrastructure Virtual Research Environment project WestLife (RI-675858 ...
Data Availability StatementThe datasets used and/or analyzed during the current research are available through the corresponding writer on reasonable demand. (ECM)-receptor interaction. A complete of 21 central node genes had been identified as essential genes in the PTC disease procedure including complement aspect D (CFD), Collagen Type I 1 String (COL1A1), Extracellular Rucaparib inhibitor database Matrix Proteins 1 (ECM1) and Fibronectin 1 (FN1). These genes get excited about protease binding, G-protein combined receptor binding, extracellular matrix structural peptidase and constituent regulator activity. To summarize, using bioinformatics evaluation, the present research identified applicant DEGs and important pathways in PTC that may enhance Rucaparib inhibitor database the current understanding about the root systems of PTC. These pathways and genes can be utilized as potential therapeutic targets of PTC in the foreseeable future. (10) examined 64 healthy handles, 12 follicular thyroid ...
Emeritus Professors of the Graduate University for Advanced Studies (SOKENDAI).SOKENDAI was established in 1988 to train the first-class researchers through the doctors course programs utilizing the excellent research environment with Inter-University Research Institute.
AIDS & Cancer Research Abstracts provides bibliographic data from the worldwide scientific literature as related to AIDS, immunology, virology and cancer genetics. Both basic science research and clinical applications are covered.. Major areas of coverage include:. ...
Two successful applications to the CIHRs Canadian Microbiome Initiative were based on access to CHILD fecal material and clinical data. The Study constitutes a focal point for numerous other studies undertaken by investigators across Canada, including in CIHR Signature Initiatives undertaken by various Institutes. Successes in these highly-competitive research environments illustrate the growing value of the longitudinal clinical and biological data emerging from CHILD.. In addition, international applications based on access to CHILD biological samples and data are in preparation or have recently been submitted to the National Institutes of Health (US) in collaboration with CHILD investigators.. ...
Philadelphia, Pa (PRWEB) October 16, 2013 -- Biomedical researchers often confront large quantities of information that may be amassed in many forms: vital
History of the Graduate University for Advanced Studies (SOKENDAI).SOKENDAI was established in 1988 to train the first-class researchers through the doctors course programs utilizing the excellent research environment with Inter-University Research Institute.
Though VisiQuests extensive set of tools provide an incredible array of functionality, many specialized scientific users require unique algorithms which build on the existing analysis and data manipulation tools and functionality. VisiQuest enables you to build on its environment and directly access operators while you create programs to meet your unique needs.. Using the VisiQuest Integrated Development Environment, an advanced developer can create an application that can be run on any machine to interpret results of data sets and images. This allows you to easily share your application with others.. VisiQuest has hundreds of worldwide customers in commercial and government sectors in addition to academic and research environments. Some of the current application uses are:. ...
HOME INDEX. SA: 1) Service Affecting: Category of conditions that interrupt payload traffic.. 2) Security Association: Instance of security policy and keying material applied to a data flow. SABRE:. See Semi Automated Business Research Environment. SAC: FDDI or CDDI concentrator that connects to the network by being cascaded from the master port of another FDDI or CDDI concentrator. See Single Attachment Concentrator. SAIC:. Science Applications International Corporation - An employee-owned research and engineering company. SAL:. See Special Access Line. SA&P:. System Analysis and Programming: A Western Union software (programming) group.. SAMPLING RATE:. Rate at which samples of a particular signal or waveform amplitude are taken SAN: Storage Area Networking: A data communications platform that interconnects servers and storage at Giga-baud speeds. By combining LAN networking models with the core building blocks of server performance and mass storage capacity, SAN eliminates the bandwidth ...
This website was created to help you understand that professionalism is a key component to our research professions. Through provision of definitions, case vignettes, imagery, and references, we hope to provide you with some real tools that you may then use to reflect upon your own professionalism, and that of those who surround you. These resources may help you with coursework, or challenges that you encounter in your graduate and research work, but they are also meant to help you to grow as a person.... a person who has the privilege of working in a research environment ...
Japanese scientists have successfully created the first transparent frog that will assist research on genetic developments and cancerous growths.
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Watch this video to learn more about the VS120 - fluorescence scanning instrument with this step by step video. The VS120-SL is a high capacity microscope based system, with a robust and integrated slide loader. It has been engineered for high-workload and research environments. The well designed slide loader contains two racks, each holding 50 slides. This offers users careful and reliable slide handling, as well as fully automated scanning. The integrated barcode scanner reads all common 1-D and 2-D code formats and can be used to automate slide data entry.
By understanding what matters most to people with Parkinsons, we can shape our campaigns and influences to help create a better research environment so that newer, kinder and more effective treatments can reach patients sooner...
The growing numbers of premature infants surviving in India today have resulted in an epidemic rise of diseases such as Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP).This needs urgent attention. At Narayana Nethralaya, we have understood the importance of this sub-specialty. After having been set-up in 2007, this department has expanded its wings to provide comprehensive care to all sections of society, both rural and urban, combining both clinical care with community outreach programs, surgical advances with rehabilitation services and clinical with basic science research.. The key focus area of this service has been the KIDROP project. In addition, the department has active clinical and research projects in retinal vascular diseases, surgical retinal disorders of the infant retina and retinal imaging using high end OCT, FFA and ICG.. ...
Considerable evidence implicates oxidative stress in the pathophysiology of many complications of human pregnancy, and this topic has now become a major focus of both clinical and basic science research ...
UPDATED 3:31 p.m. ET The cost of President Barack Obamas new $100 million BRAIN Initiative (Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies) announced Tuesday is far outweighed by the benefits gained, the White House argued later in the day. The initiative-a subject the president first
A multipurpose fiber fluorescence-reflection spectrometer with multiwave excitation is intended for biomedical studies, including studies in autofluorescence light. For this use, it is equipped with an LED-based illuminating system possessing a number of technical features: fluorescence excitation by radiation with wavelengths 365, 405, and 450 nm, synchronized switching of blocking filters at the excitation wavelength, and rapid switching of illumination with white light and the exciting radiation. This device makes it possible to observe changes of living objects from diffuse reflection and fluorescence spectra recorded virtually simultaneously. The possibilities of the device are illustrated by using it to study how the autofluorescence-excitation conditions affect the metabolic status of myocardium.. © 2014 Optical Society of America. PDF Article ...
The Journal of Advanced Biomedical Research is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal aims to increase the understanding human health and disease with the goal of improving human health.
The Journal of Advanced Biomedical Research is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal aims to increase the understanding human health and disease with the goal of improving human health.
... (JCBMR) publishes research findings that are controversial to the established norm.
The Infectious Disease and Immunity cluster (IDI) brings faculty together from basic science and clinical departments, as well as research centers, to support and train PhD, MD/PhD and MS students within the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program at Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. The IDI cluster provides educational and research opportunities focused on the overlapping fields of Microbiology and Immunology. Microbiology involves the study of microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, or parasites) and the pathogenesis of the diseases they cause, whereas Immunology is the study of the mechanisms whereby our bodies control infections.. The IDI cluster houses comprehensive research programs covering multiple aspects of these related fields. For instance, investigators study basic aspects of bacterial physiology, the molecular biology of DNA and RNA viruses, with a particular emphasis on viruses important in human health, such as Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Epstein Barr Virus ...
NIH Funding Opportunities and Notices in the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts: NIH POLICY ON SHARING OF MODEL ORGANISMS FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH NOT-OD-04-042. NIH