POSTDOCTORAL POSITION IN IMMUNOLOGY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA MEDICAL CENTER- Omaha, Nebraska. A NIH-funded postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Tammy Kielian in the Department of Pathology and Microbiology, University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) in Omaha, Nebraska (https://www.unmc.edu/pathology/faculty/bios/kielian.html). The candidate will direct independent projects related to the role of innate immunity in host defense against Staphylococcus aureus biofilms using mouse infection models as well as translational research with clinical specimens from patients with biofilm infections.. UNMC has a vibrant research and medical community within the growing and affordable city of Omaha, Nebraska. The Department of Pathology and Microbiology has over 60 faculty members, ~50 graduate students, and more than two dozen postdoctoral fellows and residents working in modern, well-equipped labs with state-of-the-art facilities. The Staphylococcal Research ...
All Nebraska Drug and other Problem-Solving courts are governed by the Nebraska Supreme Court Committee on Problem-Solving Courts under the direction of the Nebraska Supreme Court. Members include representatives of courts, probation, law enforcement and the legal community along with judges, prosecutors and defense attorneys.. Nebraska problem-solving courts are an institution of the Nebraska Supreme Court utilizing innovative court programs through which individuals and families thrive, and all Nebraska communities become safer.. Problem-solving courts operate within the district, county or juvenile courts and include programs established for the treatment of problems related to substance abuse, mental health, and domestic violence. Problem-solving courts are post plea or post adjudicatory intensive supervision treatment programs designed for high risk and high need individuals. Nebraska Problem-Solving Courts can only be established with the approval of the Nebraska Supreme Court. The purpose ...
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Abortion Totals and Trends. Abortions increased in Nebraska from the previous year. There were 1,958 abortions performed in the Cornhusker State in 2017, up three percent from 1,907 in 2016. Chemical abortions rose by an even greater percentage, increasing by 14 percent from 956 in 2016 to 1,086 in 2017. Since 1980, total Nebraska abortions have fallen by 68 percent. From 2001, the first full year after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the use of mifepristone as an abortion drug, chemical abortions in Nebraska have increased by almost 800 percent. Chemical abortions made up 55 percent of all abortions performed in Nebraska during 2017. While Nebraska does not report the state abortion rate, CLI estimates that the rate increased from 5.18 abortions per 1,000 Nebraska women of childbearing age in 2016 to 5.32 in 2017.. State Report Summary. Most of the women getting abortions in Nebraska during 2017 were residents (89 percent). There were 207 women from out-of-state, including 158 ...
According to Americans United for Life, Nebraska is ranked in the top 10 best states for life. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that Nebraska publishes a timely and extensive annual abortion report revealing a 4.3 percent decrease in abortions from 2013 to 2014.. Nebraskas report includes a wealth of unique data. Not only does Nebraska report the common patient demographics such as age, race, and education level, but Nebraskas report presents detailed information that other states often neglect to report. For example, Nebraska reports the number of abortions per month and the reason given for those abortions. Additionally, Nebraskas report reveals the ancestry of patients, the length and weight of the fetus, and the patients gravidity.. ...
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Established during 2000, the Nebraska Center for Virology (NCV; P20RR015635) is a multi-institutional, interdisciplinary center linking the virology expertise and resources at Nebraskas major biomedical research institutions: the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and Creighton University. NCV investigators study human, animal, and plant viruses; their collective expertise presents a national strength and an exceptional opportunity to collaborate on model systems expected to lead to new approaches to understand and treat diseases threatening human health and economic well-being. Following nine years of COBRE program support, the NCV is developing a global research and training presence, and establishing an interdisciplinary research program addressing fundamental questions about infectious agents and their host interactions and creating an environment that is producing a new generation of innovative researchers with a broad knowledge of virology. COBRE ...
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UNMC is uniquely qualified to lead the remdesivir study. The Medical Center has one of only a few biocontainment units in the country, which housed Ebola patients in 2014 and is housing COVID-19 patients today. UNMC also is home to globally recognized experts in managing and treating infectious disease, from bench research to on-the-ground training. The universitys newly opened Global Center for Health Security houses biopreparedness, infectious disease and research, education and clinical care facilities, as well as the National Quarantine Unit, the nations only federal quarantine facility.. UNMC started by testing remdesivir in a randomized, controlled trial and is now testing remdesivir in combination with a medication used to treat multiple sclerosis. While studies are ongoing, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved remdesivir for treatment of COVID-19.. Dr. Kalil is motivated by the opportunity to make a difference.. The hope is that well have multiple different ...
The Nebraska Diagnostic and Evaluation Center (D&E) is a maximum custody, reception, diagnostic, evaluation, assessment, classification and assignment facility for the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services (NDCS). Located in Lincoln, Nebraska, D&E was established by the Nebraska State Legislature in 1976 as part of Legislative Bill 984. Construction was completed in June 1979 and the new institution was opened in August 1979 as a 176-bed facility. As provided by State Statute, all adult males sentenced to the NDCS by the County and District Courts of the State of Nebraska are received into the correctional system at the Diagnostic and Evaluation Center. In addition, the institution houses ninety-day evaluators sentenced by the court for assessment, county safe keepers, interstate transfers and returned parolees and escapees. Initially the facility was set-up to handle one inmate per bed (176 inmates), but overcrowding has forced the prison to add beds to the single person rooms and has ...
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Nebraska is a Pro-Life State - a proclamation often stated by our Governor Pete Ricketts. Indeed, many Nebraskans believe this to be true.[1] Many would say, though, that the framework of the pro-life image in Nebraska was fueled by a powerful force, longtime Executive Director of Nebraska Right to Life, Julie Schmit-Albin. She arrived on the scene more than 30 years ago, and on August 22, 2020, the pro-life movement lost a giant in the fight to protect the right to life in the state of Nebraska.[2]. ​In the political and legislative arena, Julie was a woman of courage and strength. Growing up around the State Capitol as a teenager and young woman, she would watch and learn from her dad, Senator Loran Schmit, and develop a deep respect for public office.[3] She would never shy away from her responsibility to speak the truth concerning the dignity of every human being, from the moment of conception to natural death.. Julie grew up on the family farm near Bellwood, Nebraska. Upon graduating ...
Study Design: The rural Nebraska Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM) program examined the prevalence and type of arrestee drug use in four rural Nebraska counties (Madison, Hall, Dawson, and Scotts Bluff) and compared these results to those found in Omaha, Nebraska, an established ADAM site. The catchment area for Omaha was the central city. The data for this research were collected in conjunction with the National Institute of Justices Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM) program. At the time of this studys release, the ADAM program was operational in approximately 35 cities nationwide, providing national and local profiles of drug use within arrestee populations and the monitoring of drug use patterns. An extension and refinement of the previous Drug Use Forecasting (DUF) program (see DRUG USE FORECASTING IN 24 CITIES IN THE UNITED STATES 1987-1997 [ICPSR 9477]), the ADAM program (see ARRESTEE DRUG ABUSE MONITORING (ADAM) PROGRAM IN THE UNITED STATES, 1998 [ICPSR 2826], 1999 [ICPSR 2994], ...
University of Nebraska Medical Center. ASSOCIATE or FULL PROFESSOR focused on pathogenesis of bacterial infection, with special emphasis on virulence factors required for infection. Priority for investigators interested in Gram-positive pathogens and/or select agents, and experience in vaccine development. Successful candidate will have a track record of extramural funding, publications and original concepts. Appointee will possess a strong commitment to collaborative approaches to research and will participate in the academic missions of the department, including graduate teaching in host-pathogen interactions and mentoring of students and postdoctoral fellows. Resources include collaborators and programs within the NIH-funded Center for Staphylococcal Research (website: http://www.unmc.edu/pathology/csr/). Applicants must have a Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent degree, and research experience in bacterial genetics and pathogenesis. Applications are being accepted online at website: ...
Yazen M Alnouti is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Nebraska Medical Center. He worked as a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacology, Toxicology and Therapeutics, University of Kansas Medical Center. he received his Post Doctorate from University of Kansas Medical Center. He was selected by Selected by Whos Who in America as a scientist with outstanding achievements in the year 2009. He has a Professional membership in American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP). He experienced as a Teaching & Research Assistant in the College of Pharmacy, University of Georgia. His highlights of Research expertise include Drug Metabolism and Disposition, High-Throughput Bioanalytical Chemistry and Pharmacokinetics ...
Livestock-associated Staphylococcus aureus: Recent Trends - Dr. Paul Fey, Professor and Medical Director of Clinical Microbiology Laboratory, University of Nebraska Medical Center, from the 2013 NIAA Symposium Bridging the Gap Between Animal Health and Human Health, November 12-14, 2013, Kansas City, MO, USA.. ...
Dr. Knezevich graduated with her Pharm.D. from the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Pharmacy in 2005. She then completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency specializing in Primary Care at the William S. Middleton VA Hospital in Madison, WI. Upon completion, she returned to Omaha and took a split position working in ambulatory care pharmacy practice at the Omaha VA while precepting fourth year pharmacy students and teaching in an number of courses at Creighton. In 2008, she moved practice sites to the Creighton Diabetes Program located in the Dundee neighborhood of Omaha. Here, she gained extensive experience working with Diabetes and Endocrinology patients and providers and remains in this practice today. At her practice, she provides medication therapy management to patients being seen at the clinic in collaboration with the medical team there. Additionally, as the sole Certified Diabetes Educator at this ADA accredited DM education site, she is able to provide diabetes education in ...
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Douglas County is a county located in the U.S. state of Nebraska. It is the states most populous county, home to over one-fourth of Nebraskas residents. As of 2000, the population was 463,585. As of 2009, the Census estimates 510,199. Its county seat is Omaha,[1] the states largest city. It is one of five Nebraska counties in the eight-county Omaha-Council Bluffs Metropolitan Statistical Area.[2]. In the Nebraska license plate system, Douglas County was represented by the prefix 1 (as it had the largest number of vehicles registered in the county when the license plate system was established in 1922). In 2002, the state discontinued the 1922 system in the three most populous counties: Douglas, Sarpy, and Lancaster counties.. ...
In 1879 a Board of Fish Commissioners was created in Nebraska to increase fish populations and distribution in the states public waters. However, for several years prior to that date, much statewide interest had been expressed in stocking Nebraskas waterways. The Nebraska Reporter of Seward on December 20, 1877, published Senator Algernon S. Paddocks thoughts on Fish Culture in Nebraska.. Paddock said, The Platte, Republican, the Blues, the Nemahas, the Elkhorn, the Niobrara, and a hundred smaller streams in our state can, with a proper effort on the part of our state authorities, seconded by all the rest of us-each doing all he can in his sphere-be liberally stocked, in a short time, with the most desirable varieties of fish, both as respects rapidity of propagation and values as a food supply. Fish food in abundance would be one of the most valuable acquisitions our people could make. It is demanded by considerations of health, as well as economy. A partial fresh fish diet is absolutely ...
Thomas W. Hilgers, MD, is the director of the Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction and the National Center for Womens Health in Omaha, Nebraska. Working at the St. Louis University and Creighton University Schools of Medicine, Hilgers and his coworkers developed the Creighton Model FertilityCare System. Dr. Hilgers is currently a senior medical consultant in obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive medicine and surgery at the Pope Paul VI Institute. He is a clinical professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Creighton University School of Medicine, Omaha, Nebraska. In 1994, Dr. Hilgers was appointed to permanent membership to the Pontifical Academy for Life. In 2004, Dr. Hilgers published the definitive textbook on natural procreative technology, The Medical and Surgical Practice of NaProTECHNOLOGY.. For more information on the research and services of Pope Paul VI Institute, please visit us at the Pope Paul VI website.. Pope Paul VI ...
The Department of Dental Sciences administers the Idaho Dental Education Program (IDEP) for predoctoral dental students and the Idaho Advanced General Dentistry Residency (IAGD) as a postdoctoral program.. The Department of Dental Science cooperates with the Creighton University Boyne School of Dentistry and basic science -departments at Idaho State University in offering the first year of dental education through the Dental Sciences Department. Students then spend their second, third, and fourth years at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. The Idaho Dental Education Program is designed to provide residents of Idaho with access to high quality dental education as if Idaho had its own dental school. The IDEP program is fully accredited as a Satellite Program of Creighton University School of Dentistry by the American Dental -Association. The program involves a first year curriculum at Idaho State University in Pocatello, followed by completion of the second through fourth years at Creighton ...
On June 16, 2014, a tornadic thunderstorm system moved across portions of northeast Nebraska, producing 5 tornadoes. Four of the tornadoes were rated as EF-4 on the Enhanced Fujita Scale, meaning that they were violent tornadoes with winds between 166 and 200 miles per hour. One EF-4 tornado spun directly through Pilger, Nebraska, a small town of 350 people, leveling much of the town.. The Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) instrument aboard NASAs Terra satellite captured the top image of northeast Nebraska on June 21, 2014. Two of the EF-4 tornado tracks are visible in the false-color image (near-infrared, red, green). The tracks are gray paths of bare ground across plant-covered fields, which are red. The towns of Pilger and Wisner are bright white. The lower image, also from the ASTER instrument, shows the region on July 4, 2013. Turn on the comparison tool to contrast the before and after views.. These tornadoes were rare twin tornadoes that were on the ...
The electric chair is cruel and unusual punishment, the Nebraska Supreme Court ruled on Friday. Working on a clean slate, Nebraska may choose a form of lethal injection that does not rely on the combination of three chemicals that is the subject of a pending challenge in the Supreme Court of the United States. Fridays ruling is not binding outside Nebraska, but some legal experts said courts may now be reluctant to allow condemned inmates to choose electrocution in states where that is an option. Lethal gas was briefly popular, and lethal injection, now the almost universal method of execution, was introduced in 1977. Thirty-four of the 38 states with capital punishment had moved by 1999 to lethal injection as the sole method or as an option, largely because it was considered more humane than the other methods.
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Contact: Palmer Holt, 704-662-2569, [email protected] OMAHA, Neb., Sept. 5, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- SIM USA President Bruce Johnson addressed Omaha media at a press conference today after the arrival of missionary doctor Rick Sacra at The Nebraska Medical Center. He was joined by Will Elphick, SIMs Liberia country director.Johnson made the following statement: Will Elphick and I want to thank the staff and medical professionals here at The
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No hospital stands alone, which is why the Hospital Preparedness Program emphasizes building coalitions that involve the entire health care system, emergency management agencies, non-government organizations and others in the community in planning for and responding to disasters. In planning together, the health care coalition near Scottsbluff, in western Nebraska, decontamination procedures stood out as a gap. Some hospitals had a turnover of staff and new staff were unfamiliar with decontamination procedures; others had procedures that had never been tested. Some facilities had used decontamination on a small scale with farming accidents and had identified areas for improvement for their responses.. So the coalition sponsored its first training for disasters that involve hazardous materials like chemical or biological materials. More than 30 representatives from coalition hospitals and first responder organizations participated May 29 and 30 in the coalitions first Hospital First Receiver ...
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Rear Admiral Ali S. Khan is a Pakistani-American practicing physician and former Director of the Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response (PHPR) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Since July 2014, he has served as Dean of the College of Public Health and Retired Assistant Surgeon General at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. Ali Khan received his Doctor of Medicine from the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY, and completed a joint residency in internal medicine and pediatrics at the University of Michigan. He later went on to pursue a Masters of Public Health (MPH) from Emory University. Khans federal career began in 1991 when he joined CDC and the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps as an Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) officer. Dr. Khan has focused his career on bioterrorism, global health, and emerging infectious diseases. While serving as the interim Director for CDCs global infectious ...
Alexander Sasha Kabanov, Ph.D., Dr.Sci., is the Mescal S. Ferguson Distinguished Professor and director of the Center for Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy and co-director of the Carolina Institute for Nanomedicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Kabanov graduated from M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU) in 1984, where he also received Ph.D. in 1987 and D.Sc. in 1990. He started scientific career in Soviet Union and continued it in United States first, in the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska (1994-2012) where he founded the first academic nanomedicine center in the United States (2004-), and then in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2012-).. Kabanov has conducted pioneering research in the nanomedicine field including the use of polymeric micelles, DNA/polycation complexes, block ionomer complexes, nanogels, nanoparticle-macrophage carriers and exosomes for delivery of small drugs, nucleic ...
Education. Bachelor of Science, Physician Assistant Studies and Master of Physician Assistant Studies, Inter-service Physician Assistant Program, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training, Minnesota State University, Mankato, Minnesota. Certifications. National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA). Basic Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support. Advanced Cardiac Life Support. Athletic Training Certified. Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. ...
Article originally posted in the Southern Nebraska Register). If all goes well, David and Andrea Quinn of Saint John Nepomucene parish in Weston and their two daughters will be on their way to Mexico as missionaries in January.. Until October 2012, the Quinns responded to missions like anybody else. We were just like normal people, Andrea said with a little laugh. If a person came to our church for a mission appeal, wed write them a check. That all changed on World Missions Sunday 2012.. While Andrea, a registered nurse, worked her overnight shift at the Saunders Medical Center in Wahoo that Saturday evening, Dave attended the Vigil Mass. During his homily, the priest suggested that the congregation pray for somebody in the parish whom God was calling to missions. Dave felt an undeniable excitement deep in his soul.. The next morning, Andrea went to Mass in the morning before heading home to sleep. When she awoke, Dave said, We should sell this house and everything and just go be foreign ...
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Sept. 10, 2010. LAWRENCE, Kan. - The Kansas Jayhawks mens golf team will travel to Nebraska City, Neb. over the weekend to participate in the Fairway Club Invitational, September 13-14. The tournament will take place at Arbor Links Golf Club and will be hosted by the University of Nebraska.. The Jayhawks are hoping to improve on a sixth place finish in the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate, their first tournament of the season. Head coach Kit Grove has opted to go with the same lineup that he did in his first tournament. Senior Nate Barbee, sophomore Chris Gilbert, sophomore Dan Waite, junior Doug Quinones, and freshman David Catt will be making the trip to Nebraska City.. Gilbert was the standout individual for the Jayhawks at Turning Stone as he finished the 54 hole event in a tie for 15th place. Quinones and Catt are hoping to pick up where they left off as they both fired a 74 on the final 18.. Nebraska City is familiar territory as the team played in the tournament last year and placed ...
Hannah Bourg just completed her first year as a masters of science student studying health promotion in the University of Kentucky College of Educations Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion. This summer, she has the opportunity to intern with the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department in Nebraska. There, she will be working with the employee health and wellness program.. Bourg will be assisting in program planning and brainstorming topics for lunch and learn events, newsletters, and more. She will be part of implementing more physical activity opportunities for employees to participate in before work and creating videos for mini health topic presentations for staff to utilize.. Bourg, who is originally from Houston, graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in school health and a teaching certification for EC-12 health. While attending the American School Health Association convention two years ago, she met UK College of Education faculty member Dr. Elizabeth Whitney, who ...
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A physician or an individual to whom the physician has delegated authority to perform a selected act, task, or function may not order a predictive genetic test without prior written informed consent and in the manner specified with some exceptions such as newborn screening. The health department must develop a model informed consent form that, if used, bars the person tested from bringing any civil action on the basis that consent was not obtained.
Dr. Mann was born and grew up in the Mid-west, in a town in the South-East corner of the State called Nebraska City, NE. He moved to Houston to escape the extreme weather in the Mid-West. Dr. Mann attended High School in Nebraska City and did his undergraduate work at the University of Nebraska. He earned his Doctorate in Optometry from the University of Houston in 1984. Dr. Mann has been around the eyecare field most of his life. His Uncle was an Ophthalmologist, his Father was an Optometrist and his brother practices Optometry in Nebraska. Helping people see and restore their eye-sight is extremely rewarding for Dr. Mann. This is why he chose to be an Optometrist. From young, first-time glasses wearers, to people with eye disease, nothing is more precious than eyesight, he states. Dr. Mann specializes in treating Eye Infections, Allergies, Glaucoma and Dry Eye ...
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Sold-out crowds. Screaming fans. A sport with lots of speed and contact. Think its Husker football? Think again. Its hockey.. In the last five years, Nebraska gained three hockey teams - the University of Nebraska at Omaha Mavericks, Lincoln Stars and Tri-City Storm in Kearney. Omahas team - the Lancers - has been around since the 1980s. All four regularly play to packed houses.. Many hockey fans say they like the sport because its so physical, one of the same reasons they like Husker football. Hockey isnt new to Nebraska - the Omaha Knights were popular in the 1960s.. ...
This database shows holes in one officially reported by golf courses to The Omaha World-Herald.. Recent holes in one are added as we get them, and were combing the archives to add aces from the past. If you notice your hole in one missing or have any questions, please let us know.. Want to report your ace? Have the course fax complete information (course, golfer, hole, yardage, club and witnesses) to 402-444-1238.. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Cyproterone acetate enhances TRAIL-induced androgen-independent prostate cancer cell apoptosis via up-regulation of death receptor 5. AU - Chen, Linjie. AU - Wolff, Dennis W.. AU - Xie, Yan. AU - Lin, Ming Fong. AU - Tu, Yaping. N1 - Funding Information: We gratefully acknowledge Dr. Debra Schwinn at Duke University Medical Center and Dr. Xu Luo at University of Nebraska Medical Center for providing immortalized human prostate stromal cells and recombinant TRAIL, respectively. We also thank Lyudmila Batalkina and Dr. Greg Perry for their technical assistance. Funding This work was partially supported by Nebraska State LB595 Research Grant, US Department of Defense PCRP Grant W81XWH-13-1-0074, National Institutes of Health Grant 1R21CA193271 to Dr. Yaping Tu, and the National Institutes of Health (5P20GM103489). The funders had no role in the design of the study, data collection, analysis and interpretation or preparation of the manuscript. Publisher Copyright: © 2017 The ...
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Perhaps no greater loss can be suffered in the human experience than that of a parent losing a child. That loss is immeasurably compounded when the death of an infant or young child was preventable, as when the childs wrongful death as the result of medical malpractice. One area in which there is an emerging pattern of pediatric medical malpractice is the use of heparin in infants and children. To speak with an experienced heparin medical malpractice and wrongful death lawyer with Passen Law Group, call (312) 527-4500 for a Free Consultation.. Just this month, a 23-month-old girl was the latest victim of a hospital-administered heparin overdose. The girl, Almariah Duque, was administered heparin after developing an infection as a complication of an otherwise successful transplant surgery at the Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. The hospital has admitted that its mistake, and the consequent overdose of heparin, may have contributed to Almariahs death.. The Chicago wrongful death attorneys of ...
Rhizoctonia solani causes crown rot of sugar beets, a severe disease that has destroyed up to 60% of the plants in a test field in western Nebraska. Laetisaria arvalis, a natural hyperparasite of Rhizoctonia spp., was isolated from fields in western Nebraska. To test for the potential for biological control of R. solani, in November 1980 (following harvest) we applied various combinations of a nematicide (Telone II; Dow Chemical Co.), a nutrition source (sugar beet pulp), and an inoculum of L. arvalis in a randomized block design. Populations of R. solani, L. arvalis, and sugar beets were monitored monthly through October 1981 (just after harvest). In control and nematicide plots, the R. solani population did not change significantly through time. In plots inoculated with L. arvalis, the R. solani populations declined through March, concomitant with an increase in L. arvalis. L. arvalis then declined with a corresponding increase in the R. solani populations. Beet plant numbers declined significantly in
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) Health officials say two Kansas cases are tied to the cyclospora outbreak that has sickened 372 people in 15 states.. A spokeswoman for the Kansas Department of Health and Environment said Tuesday one patient is from Phillips County, located on the Nebraska border in north-central Kansas. The other patient lives in Johnson County, in the Kansas City metro area.. The spokeswoman, Miranda Steele, says officials believe both illnesses were caused by food eaten in Nebraska.. Iowa and Nebraska health officials say that a prepackaged salad mix is the source of an outbreak of the stomach bug in those two states. Steele says there is no indication the salad mix was distributed in Kansas.. Cyclospora is a rare parasite that causes a lengthy gastrointestinal illness with diarrhea and other flu-like symptoms.. ...
Lincoln - In response to Congress passing the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) filed a request with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutritional Service (FNS) to provide emergency allotment funds for Nebraska households who are receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits. These emergency allotments will be used to increase the amount of funds SNAP recipients receive for the months of March and April 2020. No action is needed from SNAP recipients to receive the supplemental support. SNAP recipients will be issued increased benefits on their current EBT cards. Supplemental benefits for March will be issued April 11 and supplemental benefits for April will be issued May 7.. Many Nebraska households rely on SNAP benefits to help purchase groceries. DHHS estimates the emergency allotment from the USDA will be $8,646,530 per month. SNAP is 100% federally funded. Households receiving ...
Bert Kohl, Eckley. In 1880 Johnson County, Nebraska Jacob Kohl, 41 and Lovina 37 have Elias 14, William W. 10, Mary 7, Nellie J. 6, John 3, and Henry two months.. Belleville, Kansas Telescope 1961 contained some history Mrs. Gertie Kohl Sankey and her twin brother, Bert, were born in a dugout three miles northwest of town. The indenture of the dugout and the old well still stand on the bank of the river. In 1885 Jewell County, Kansas, Ed Bertie and twin Gertie are one, with Jacob 46, Hester, 39, Elias 17, Wallace 14, Mollie 12, Nellie 10, John 6, and Henry 4.. In 1910 Jewell County, Kansas, Bert is 26, married to Annie 28. They have Roy 8 and Lulu 4.. Bert proved up 320 acres in 23 and 26, 3N 45W in 1918, witnesses Frank O. Jonson, Floyd G. Berg, Harry B. Maxwell, and James A. Thomas, all of Wray.. Theyre in Yuma County in 1920, Birt 35, born in Kansas, Anna 38 in Nebraska. Roy and Lula born in Nebraska, and Elmer 7 born in Kansas.. In 1930 theyre in Josephine County, Oregon, with only ...
Spotlight on Research at COPH - Dr. Li-Wu Chens main research interest is in public health services and systems research (PHSSR). He has directed and conducted several PHSSR projects that were funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). As the co-principal investigator of the RWJF-funded Nebraska Public Health Practice-Based Research Network, Dr. Chen has actively engaged various stakeholders from Nebraskas public health practice and policy communities in the development, implementation, dissemination, and translation of PHSSR. Dr. Chen has systematically studied the regional public health
Hoary vervain (Verbena stricta), also known as wooly verbena or tall vervain, is a common native weed in northeast Nebraskas over-grazed rangeland, prairies and disturbed sites in all soil types. Plant Form Several other types of vervain - prostrate, white, and blue - grow in Nebraska and have similar growth forms and habits as hoary vervain. Hoary vervain is a perennial forb from the vervain family (Verbenaceae) that reproduces by seeds. The taproot (perennial structure) produces individual erect plants. The stem is nearly round, simple or branched above and can be up to 5 ft tall, covered with soft white hairs. Leaves are opposite and leaf blades are ovate with many teeth; their lower surface is pubescent with highly visible veins. Like many other plant species, the overall growth and development depends on the amount and timing of rainfall. In Nebraska hoary vervain can flower from May to September, with blue or purple flowers positioned on the top of the main stem and branches. It produces ...
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The recent taxonomic study by Mahan et al. (1978) documented the occurrence of coyote (Canis latrans) x dog (c. familiaris) hybrids in Nebraska. This study, and those by Freeman (1976) in Oklahoma and Gipson et al. (1974) in Arkansas show coyote x dog hybrids, though not abundant, to be numerous in some areas. The purpose of the present study was to compare the stomach contents of coyote x dog hybrids collected by Mahan et al. (1978) from southeastern Nebraska with those of contemporary coyotes. Stomachs of 12 coyote x dog hybrids and 16 coyotes collected November 1975 through April 1976 in southeastern Nebraska were examined and contents compared. Except for freezing the stomachs rather than storing them in formalin, procedures used for food habits analysis were similar to those used by Gipson (1974).
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3. Before Chabner added the ADA claim, the propriety of federal jurisdiction based on diversity may have been questionable. Chabner was a resident of California, and United was a Nebraska corporation with its principal place of business in Nebraska, but it is unclear whether the amount in controversy met the jurisdictional minimum, which was $50,000 when United removed the case in 1995. 28 U.S.C. S 1332(a) (pre1996 Amendments). Chabners original complaint sought an injunction preventing United from issuing him a discriminatory policy. The approximate value of this injunction would have been only $150 per year, which would not have been enough to meet the jurisdictional minimum. Chabners state law claims also authorized treble damages and attorneys fees, Cal. Civ. Code S 52(a), as well as punitive damages. Although the district court could have taken these additional damages into account when determining the amount in controversy, see Galt G/S v. JSS Scandinavia, 142 F.3d 1150, 1156 (9th Cir. ...
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