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PhotoThera Closes $50 Million Financing, Announces New President and Chief Executive Officer

...ointed as President and Chief Executive Officer. Taylor succeeds Thomas C. wilder III who has decided to pursue other opportunities after successfully securi...e University of Southern California . "With the strong foundation Tom wilder helped to build and the addition to the team of Art's deep operating expert...

Baylor Dallas Nationally Recognized for Nursing Excellence

...arch and quality patient outcomes." It's the strong commitment to patient, families and the entire staff that makes nurses proud to be at Baylor. wilder continues, "While this recognition is given by a nursing organization, it's truly an honor that can be shared by the entire medical center staff. It t...

Anesthesia in Youngest Kids May be Linked to Learning Disabilities

...l, the study suggested. If future research does point to the anesthesia as the guilty party, new anesthesia agents may mitigate the effect. But, wilder pointed out, "even though finding new drugs might be the holy grail, that won't be easy." More information Visit the American Society of Anes...

Minnesota Reaches Milestone in Goal to End Homelessness

... Heading Home Minnesota Executive Director Kit Hadley. "And, being in Duluth reminds everyone that homelessness is an issue statewide." According to wilder Research, over 9,000 Minnesotans are homeless each night. Thirty percent live outside the Twin Cities metro area. ABOUT HEADING HOME MINNESOTA Hea...

'Nutrition Agenda 2008' is focus of Tufts Friedman School Symposium

...ion, UC Berkeley Scientist at Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute "Wish List for Dietary Guidelines 2010" Ronald Kleinman, MD Charles wilder Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School Physician in Chief of the Massachusetts General Hospital for Children Chair of the Department of P...

ClearWay Minnesota(SM) Board Approves $2.8 Million for Research Grants

... intervention for Chicano Latino youth by engaging parents ($89,776); -- wilder Research, in collaboration with the Minnesota African Women's Associat...ealth and safety program for manufacturing worksites ($128,515); -- wilder Research, in collaboration with the Slavic Community Center, to engage...

Cognitive Test Takers and Score Variation

...in-person variability could be a useful diagnostic marker in their own right. For example, he and other cognitive psychologists are discussing whether wilder fluctuations within one persons test scores are an early warning of mental decline. ...

Molecule aids fight E. Coli Infections

... go back millions of years in evolution, so we can learn lessons from flies that apply to humans," said senior study author R. Alan Ezekowitz, Charles wilder Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School, head of the Laboratory of Developmental Immunology and chief of pediatrics at MassGeneral Hospital ...
Wilder in Medical Dictionary

Gingivitis

...ld form of gum (periodontal) ... Gingivitis . ... Gingivitis — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes, treatment and prevention ... wilder RS, et al. Gingivitis and periodontitis in adults: Classification ... Gingivitis . ... Gingivitis is an inflammation of the gums surrou...
Wilder in Biological News

ChloroFilms announces video contest winners

... Schulz of Purdue University of his production " PSI - Are my soybeans wearing different genes?" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMKN9Q5FJh4 and Mike wilder of Portland, OR, for his video series "The Carnivorous Syndrome in 3D" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9d0_-XduCPU . In addition 15 Second Priz...

In spiders, size matters: Small males are more often meals

...at males before or after mating. Researchers Shawn wilder and Ann Rypstra from Miami University in Ohio foun...% of the time. This result was also confirmed when wilder and Rypstra examined published data from a wide ra...er, by looking at data on a wide range of spiders, wilder and Rypstra discovered that the size of the male r...
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