Gordon Research Conference on Craniofacial Morphogenesis and Tissue Regeneration (February 11 – 16, 2018): Licia Selleri & Ophir Klein Posted August 22, 2018 by post-info As part of its mission to encourage engagement
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0000-0002-8715-2896 Last week, 200 myelin biologists met at a hotel in Ventura, California for five full days of hard-core science. If you’ve been to a Gordon Research Conference (GRC) before, you know what I mean
We had an exciting first day of the 2017 APHL Annual Meeting in Providence! The meeting kicked-off with a warm welcome from Dr. Ewa King, director of the Rhode Island State Health Laboratories, and Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott, director of the Rhode Island Department of Health. For more updates from the meeting, follow #APHL on Twitter and Instagram.
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By Jennifer Dias As social animals, humans often coordinate their lives around cultural norms, formally sanctioned rules that prescribe or proscribe certain behavior. Typically, when a large majority of people are dissatisfied with an existing
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One hundred and fifteen aspiring neurosurgeons flocked to the Royal College of Surgeons in London for the fifth annual Society of British Neurological Surgeons (SBNS) / Neurology and Neurosurgery Interest Group (NANSIG) Neurosurgery Careers Day,
February is American Heart Month, a great time to take a closer look at cardiovascular disease (CVD). According to the World Health Organization (WHO), about 17.5 million people die each year from CVD, a figure representing
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