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Morning People and Night Owls Show Different Brain Function: University of Alberta Study

...n of the Journal of Biological Rhythms . The paper is attached. The research team, including students Alex Tamm, Olle Lagerquist, technician Alex ley and neuroscientist Dave Collins, are available for interviews. Video footage is available online at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKlY3QbkMYU ...

17 of America's Most Promising Scientists Selected as 2009 Pew Scholars in the Biomedical Sciences

...igher-order DNA structure D iana M. Ba u t i sta, Ph. D . U nive r s i ty o f C a l i for n ia, B erk e ley Neuroscience of touch and pain Jon P . B oy l e, Ph. D . U nive r s i ty o f P i t tsb u rgh Host-pathog...

Inspirational Hematologists Honored With Mentor Awards From the American Society of Hematology

... own students," said Daniel C. Link, M.D., in his nomination letter. "In short, I believe Tim epitomizes the ideal mentor." Drs. Buchanan and ley will be presented with their honors at an awards ceremony at 1:30 p.m. PST on Sunday, December 7, in the Moscone Center. The American Society...

Scientist study bacterial communities inside us to better understand health and disease

...isease, including a loss of normally protective bacterial populations. The bacteria in the digestive tract could also play a role in obesity. Ruth ley of Washington University in St. Louis is part of a team that has been investigating the relationship between bacteria in the gut and weight. Several y...

Panomics Inc.: Recipient of the Frost & Sullivan 2007 United States Drug Discovery Technologies Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award

...ed in Fremont, CA. For further information, log on to http://www.panomics.com . Contact: Panomics, Inc Ian ley 6519 Dumbarton Circle VP Marketing Fremont, CA 94555 Phone: (510) 818-2624 ...

British Scientists Discover New Protein to Treat Epilepsy and Schizophrenia

...ther brain diseases that are characterised by too much synaptic activity, like schizophrenia, which could one day lead to new drugs. Professor ley Sander, an epilepsy expert at the Institute of Neurology, said the work was at early stages but was interesting. "This is an additional part o...
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