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AARP to Host Cross-Generational 'Life Festival' in Chicago, June 5-6

...CBS Sports/Showtime's Inside the NFL ) ; author, educator and entrepreneur stedman Graham ; President of Ariel Investments and Financial Contributor to ABC'... 1:00 p.m. - James Brown: "Share Your Gift" 2:00 p.m. - stedman Graham: "Building Your New Identity in the 21st Century" 3:00 p.m. ...

Protein Might Be a Troublesome Nutrient

...said the study's lead author, Christopher Newgard, director of the Sarah W. stedman Nutrition and Metabolism Center at Duke University Medical Center in Durham...ES: Christopher Newgard, Ph.D., professor, medicine, and director, Sarah W. stedman Nutrition and Metabolism Center, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, N....
Stedman in Biological News

Pennsylvania Hospital surgeon receives grant to develop molecular cardiac surgery

...rofessor of Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Bridges and Dr. stedman jointly have several U.S. and international patents for the efficient use o...nt expression of therapeutic genes in the target cells. Dr. Bridges and Dr. stedman generate successful delivery rates approaching 100 percent in both skeletal...

Chewing up a key regulator of fat synthesis keeps mice lean despite a high-fat diet

...D., both at the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston, Massachusetts; and James Bain, Ph.D., and professor Christopher Newgard, Ph.D., both at the Sarah W. stedman Nutrition and Metabolism Center in Durham, North Carolina. ...

Iron Deficiency Sparks Dramatic Changes In Gene Expression

...id. Until now, however, a cell's response to iron deprivation was poorly understood. In the Duke study, Thiele and his Duke colleagues at the Sarah W. stedman Nutrition and Metabolism Center demonstrated that the activity of more than 80 different genes was dramatically reduced in response to iron deprivatio...
Stedman in Biological Technology

Celebrities and Notables From the Worlds of Film, Television, Music and Sports Join Lifetime Television's 13th Annual Multi-Platform 'Stop Breast Cancer For Life' Campaign

...rting William Morris Agency executive Cara Stein; Welcome to Your Crisis bestselling author Laura Day with ABC News Executive Producer Jessica stedman Guff; Fran Drescher posing to underscore the support she is offering women in her new Cancer Schmancer Movement; Daisy Fuentes advocating for ...
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