University of Hawaii at Manoa professors co-author adolescent obesity study
Drs. Timothy Halliday and Sally Kwak, economics professors
at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, recently published a paper in Economics and Human Biology titled, "Weight Gain in Adolescents and Their Peers." The article examines trends in adolescent body mass index (BMI) in a nationally repres...
Case Western Reserve University professors call for regulation of electronic health records
CLEVELAND-- Cost and security concerns about bringing health care record keeping into the 21st century through electronic health records (EHR)have led to a call for an effective regulatory and oversight system from a pair of Case Western Reserve University professors.
"Electronic information ...
Presidential medal for technological breakthroughs earned by 2 chemical engineering professors
Two chemical engineering professors
from The University of Texas at Austin have been recognized by President George W. Bush as 2007 National Medal of Technology and Innovation laureates, the nation's highest honor for technological achievement.
In a rare recognition of two honorees from the sam...
Two MSU Professors Spearhead International Water Project
Two Michigan State University professors, Volodymyr Tarabara and Tom Voice, are leading an ambitious project to purify the worlds waters .
Tarabara and Voice are leading an international partnership of environmental engineers and scientists from two U.S. research universities, two research c...
US Professors Develop Fusion Protein to Fight Cancer
Two Oklahoma university professors
have claimed significant success in the continuing fight to develop a drug that could target only cancerous cells.
Thomas Pento and Roger HarrisonTwo professors
say they have developed a cancer-fighting protein that can stop the spread of certain cancerous c...
Leading Boston Dermatologist Performs Live Artefill Patient Demonstration at American Academy of Dermatology Summer Meeting
The physicians at SkinCare Physicians are internationally recognized clinicians, authors, and educators, with wide-ranging expertise. professors
at five Medical Schools, including Harvard, Dartmouth, Yale, Boston University, and Tufts, these physicians train others around the world in the novel...
Synthetic biology -- opportunities and risks
...tional Academy of Sciences, now want to initiate this dialogue.
The new statement was presented today by the Presidents of the three organisations, professors
Matthias Kleiner (DFG), Reinhard Httl (acatech) and Volker ter Meulen (Leopoldina), at a press conference in Berlin.
In four chapters totalling 40 ...
Radiology Informatics: Frost & Sullivan Examines the Next Big Wave in Medicine
..., corporate vice-presidents for product development, research directors and clinical research managers will benefit from this presentation, as well as professors
and post-doctoral students in biomedical and computer engineering.
To participate in this briefing, please email Patrick Cairns at patrick.c...
CU-Boulder study shows brain's immune system may cause chronic seizures
...le enough to cause seizures."
The results of the study appear in the July issue of the journal Brain . Barth co-authored the paper with CU-Boulder professors
of psychology and neuroscience Linda Watkins and Steven Maier, CU-Boulder graduate students Krista Rodgers and Alexis Northcutt and Professor Mark Hut...
Physics research with atomic force microscope could lead to better health care
...to stretch some proteins that are significant in breast cancer. He is collaborating with Anna Zolkiewska and Michal Zolkiewski, both K-State associate professors
Another area of Szoszkiewicz's research began while at the Georgia Institute of Technology. It involves changing the properties of...
Professors in Medical Technology
Fruitfly Model of a Neuropathic Disease Demonstrates Novel Role for Proteins in the Family of aTyr Pharma's Product Class
...his work provides further proof of noncanonical roles for tRNA synthetases in human disease.
The large team of scientists on the study included professors
Paul Schimmel and Xiang-Lei Yang, scientific co-founders of aTyr Pharma, and Leslie Nangle, Director of Research at aTyr Pharma, and was led by Albena...
Pangu BioPharma, aTyr Pharma's Subsidiary in Hong Kong, Files Three Patent Applications
...Pangu BioPharma are at the forefront of this effort and are pleased to have the ITC and HKUST as partners. We particularly value the contributions of professors
Mingjie Zhang and Nancy Ip of the Biochemistry Department at HKUST, as well as Matthew Yuen of HKUST's Research and Development group," says Professor...
One Step Closer: Novel Opioid Receptor Compound in Phase I Clinical Trials
Historically, American research universities, responsible for so many groundbreaking discoveries and life-saving innovations, did not provide their professors
a direct route to move their work to store shelves, medical offices, and industry. Promising discoveries were introduced in the scholarly press, in ho...
NovaBay(R) Pharmaceuticals Enters into Agreement to Broaden Intellectual Property Estate and Expand Clinical Opportunities for Its Aganocide(R) Compounds
...tance, today announced an exclusive agreement with professors
Markus Nagl M.D. and Waldemar Gottardi, Ph.D. of t...niversity with NovaBay's development program.
Gottardi and Nagl have conducted extensive clinica...ile adding pharmaceutically acceptable stability. professors
Gottardi and Nagl have pioneered the exploratory u...
Astrocytes Help Separate Man From Mouse
...Webster Pilcher, M.D., professor and chair of Neurosurgery; Jeffrey Wyatt, D.V.M., professor and chair of Comparative Medicine; and research assistant professors
Takahiro Takano, Ph.D., Xiaoning Han, Ph.D., Wei He, Ph.D., and Fushun Wang, Ph.D.
Other authors include technical associate Qiwu Xu; Jane Lin, P...
Pharmaleads' Lead Candidate for Pain, PL37, Enters Phase I
This compound originates from the work of Pharmaleads' chief
Bernard P. Roques and Marie-Claude Fournie-Zaluski,
and is a dual inhibitor...lecules. Headquartered in Paris, France, Pharmaleads
was founded in 2001 by professors
Bernard P. Roques, pharmacist and PhD in
chemistry, Member of the French Ac...
Athera Biotechnologies and Dyax Announce a Collaboration to Discover and Develop Antibodies for Cardiovascular Inflammation
...ation follows the recent publication of work by Athera
scientific founders, professors
Frostegard and de Faire of the Karolinska
Institutet. The research links na...eatment of CVD. The company was founded in 2002 to exploit findings
made by professors
Johan Frostegard and Ulf de Faire on the critical role
of phospholipid anti...
K-State Researchers Bringing Expertise to Kansas City Symposium on Disease and National Security
...on and Entertainment Center, is being
organized by the Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute. Drs. T.G. Nagaraja, Bob Rowland and Roman Ganta, all professors
department of diagnostic medicine and pathobiology at K-State's College of
Veterinary Medicine, will speak at the symposium, as well as Dr. Jue...
Study Confirms Limited Human-To-Human Spread of Avian-Flu Virus in Indonesia in 2006
...onal Institute of General
Medical Sciences MIDAS network and the National Institute of Allergy and
Infectious Diseases. Longini and Halloran also are professors
of biostatistics and Sugimoto
is a pre-doctoral student in the School of Public Health and Community
Medicine at the University of Washington. At Fre...
Antisoma plc (UK) - Second lung cancer trial adds to positive data
...n AS1404 AS1404 (DMXAA) is a small-molecule vascular
disrupting agent which targets the blood vessels that nourish
tumours. The drug was discovered by professors
Bruce Baguley and
William Denny and their teams at the Auckland Cancer Society
Research Centre, University of Auckland, New Zealand. It was
Professors in Medical Dictionary
...n, the umbilical cord was thrown away. ... Using 3D and standard ultrasound images, along with unique drawings and medical explanations, two professors
... the needle avoids the baby and umbilical cord . ... Overview: Umbilical cord abnormalities are numerous, ranging from false knots, ... ...
...his own ... Chocolate PONs . Great companions, these spirited little dogs do not shed. ... In 1989, you might recall, Pons and Fleischmann, professors
of chemistry at the ... By late 1989, Bockris had replicated the Pons -Fleischmann cold-fusion work. ... Browse Pronto.com's most popular pom po...
Professors in Biological News
Study by NTU professors provides important insight into apoptosis or programmed cell death
A study by Nanyang Technological University (NTU)'s Assistant Professor Li Hoi Yeung, Assistant Professor Koh Cheng Gee and their team have made an important contribution to the understanding of the process that cells go through when they die. This process known as 'apoptosis' or programmed cell d...
National Science Foundation grants Clemson professors award to develop nanoprobes
CLEMSON The National Science Foundation has granted two Clemson University professors
$250,000 to research and develop nanofiber-based probes needles that are 10 times smaller in diameter than a human hair for medical diagnostics.
The probes may save both money and time compared to more trad...
LSU professors work to improve efficiency of ethanol fuel
BATON ROUGE Lowering fuel emission levels is a topic facing constant scrutiny by the global public. Rising gas costs, environmental concerns and conflicts in oil-producing areas have made consumers, corporations and researchers more than curious about the potential of alternative, or green, fuel...
K-State professors discover enzyme responsible for creation of a beetle's hard shell
Kansas State University researchers think their discovery of the enzyme involved in the hardening of a beetle's exoskeleton or cuticle could lead not only to better pest control, but also help create similar strong, lightweight materials for use in aircraft and armor.
After a beetle first molts,...
New cancer drug delivery system is effective and reversible
...ulate," said Zehui Cao, a postdoctoral researcher in the laboratory of chemistry professor Yi Lu, who led the study. Materials science and engineering professors
Gerard Wong and Jianjun Cheng were co-principal investigators on the study with Lu. Graduate students Rong Tong (who is co-first author on the paper w...
Stem cell 'daughters' lead to breast cancer
...omen with BRCA1 mutations often develop 'basal-like' breast cancer, which is a particularly aggressive form of the disease.
A team led by Associate professors
Jane Visvader and Geoff Lindeman from the institute's Victorian Breast Cancer Research Consortium Laboratory have discovered that luminal progenitor c...
Common allergy drug reduces obesity and diabetes in mice
...rtant, because Tregs had always been thought to control other T cells and that's it," says Markus Feuerer, a postdoctoral researcher in the lab of HMS professors
of pathology Diane Mathis and Christophe Benoist. "But this is an entirely new concept." Mathis and Benoist collaborated on the study with Steven Shoe...
SF State professor honored by President Obama for science mentoring
...organization and teaching techniques to securing grants and running lab budgets. Bayliss said he receives phone calls from former students who are now professors
at other universities looking for advice in their careers and how to mentor students at their own institutions.
Equating mentoring to coaching, Ba...
Springer launches SpringerImages
... article," said Olaf Ernst, President of eProduct Management at Springer. "SpringerImages provides a unique value by providing students, researchers, professors
and librarians with a single comprehensive resource for scientific images. In the future, we plan to partner with additional sources to expand the im...
Work in mice will contribute to the study of hereditary diseases that lead to blindness
...to damages or injuries using as a model of study the retina of birds and mammals.
The doctoral thesis of Ana Mara Santos Carro has been supervised by professors
Miguel ngel Cuadros Ojeda, Julio Navascus Martnez and Jos Luis Marn-Teva .
Part of the results of this research work has been recently published i...
Professors in Biological Technology
Japanese Cancer Association and Debiopharm Honour Professors Minoru Toyota and Keiichi Nakayama With the 2007 JCA-Mauvernay Award
LAUSANNE, Switzerland, October 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Debiopharm Group
(Debiopharm), a global independent biopharmaceutical development specialist
in oncology and serious medical conditions, presented Professors
Toyota and Keiichi Nakayama with the 2007 JCA-Mauvernay Award for their
Students will show off biomedical devices to professors and investors
A previous Biomedical Engineering Expo. This year, 20 teams will present. Photo courtesy of UW-Madison. Madison, Wis. Students at the University of Wisconsin's biomedical engineering department will have a chance to bring a semesters worth of work into the spotlight on Friday at the Biomedi...
'Clickers' let professors quiz big classes instantly
Handheld devices that resemble TV remotes are catching on in large University of Wisconsin-Madison lecture halls, a professor says.
But that doesn't mean students are kicking back and watching Comedy Central the 'clickers,' which usually have about a dozen buttons, let them respond instantly to...
UW professors get grants to engage technology for course delivery
Madison, Wis. -- UW-Madison Civil and Environmental Engineering professor Steve Cramer and Engineering Physics professor Jake Blanchard have both received approximately $40,000 from the John and Jean Berndt Technology-Enhanced Learning Initiative to develop innovative teaching approaches.
Two UW-Madison professors named to National LambdaRail Networking Research Council
Image courtesy of National LambdaRail Two UW-Madison computer science professors, Paul Barford and Lawrence Landweber , have been named to the National LambdaRails Networking Researching Council (NNRC), which will make key policy decisions regarding the high-speed fiber optic networks resea...
Wisconsin professors elected to National Academy of Sciences
Madison, Wis . - University of Wisconsin-Madison faculty members Sean Carroll and Laura Kiessling are among 72 new fellows elected to the National Academy of Sciences .
Election to the academy is considered one of the most prestigious honors bestowed upon American scientists. Carroll, a prof...
NovaBay(R) Pharmaceuticals to Present at Jesup & Lamont 2009 Growth Stock Conference
...derma, the world's leading dermatology company, for development of acne and impetigo products
discuss the important collaborative agreement with professors
Markus Nagl, M.D. and Waldemar Gottardi, Ph.D. of the Medical University of Innsbruck, Austria, which broadens NovaBay's intellectual property estate,...
Novel drug discovery tool could identify promising new therapies for Parkinson's disease
...ore likely to survive in worms that were genetically modified to make either of the two cyclic peptides. Guy Caldwell, Ph.D., and Kim Caldwell, Ph.D., professors
of biology at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa developed this C. elegans model, and performed the testing.
The researchers have not yet dete...
Bilayer graphene gets a bandgap
...Feng Wang, appears in the June 11, 2009 issue of Nature . Zhang, Tang, and Girit are members of UC Berkeley's Department of Physics, in the groups of professors
Crommie, Shen, and Zettl respectively; Zettl, Crommie, and Shen are also members of Berkeley Lab's Materials Sciences Division.
A-WIT Technologies Releases World's First Low Cost C Stamp(TM) Based Biotechnology Laboratory in a Box
...ntation, curriculum, and highly illustrated instructions written by College professors
are included in the Kit CD.
The power and versatility of the C Stamp gu...ion. Well thought out and pedagogically sound examples developed by college professors
make sure that learning Biotechnology with these kits is a powerful and enj...
Professors in Biological Definition
... he entered an Augustinian monastery in Brno . He was later sent to the University of Vienna to study.
Gregor Mendel was inspired by both his professors
at University and his colleagues at the monastery to study variation in plants. He commenced his study in his monastery's experimental garden. Between...
... cole Normale Suprieure in Paris in 1843 and got a doctoral degree in 1846. He studied chemistry , but showed little promise at first (one of his professors
described him as "mediocre"). Nevertheless, he became a scientist .
Work on chirality and the polarization of light
In his early work as a che...