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postdoctoral fellow




department: division of medical physics, department of radiation oncology and molecular radiation sciences institution: johns hopkins university medical image computing and analysis (mica) laboratory in the division of medical physics, department of radiation oncology and molecular radiation science...



moonlighting function for mitochondrial-calcium influx machinery mcu complex




this is muniswamy madesh, ph.d., professor in the department of medical genetics and molecular biochemistry and center for translational medicine at the lewis katz school of medicine at temple university. credit: the lewis katz school of medicine at temple universitymitochondria - the energy-generat...



study finds knee surgery holds even in heavier patients




meniscal repairs are one of the most common orthopedic surgeries in the u.s., but about 15 percent of them fail, requiring the patient to undergo a second surgery. many have assumed that an increased body mass index (bmi) is a good predictor of whether a meniscal repair will fail, since more weight ...



given the choice, patients will reach for cannabis over prescribed opioids




image: this is ubc assoc. prof. zach walsh, co-author of the study. view more credit: ubc okanaganchronic pain sufferers and those taking mental health meds would rather turn to cannabis instead of their prescribed opioid medication, according to new research by the university of british columbia a...



jehangir b gai:medical certificates need to be authentic




trending on bs you are here: home » pf » features » othersentering equities at high valuations is riskybusiness standarda claim cannot be rejected on assumptions or on the basis of medical certificates which are vaguejehangir b gai  march 2, 2017 last updated at 00:06 istjehangir b gai:medical c...



medical devices are the next security nightmare




more internet-connected medical devices flood into healthcare industry every day, but we're not moving fast enough to defend them. the post medical devices are the next security nightmare appeared first on wired.



thomas starzl: liver transplant pioneer dead at 90




transplant pioneer thomas starzl oversees a liver transplant operation at the university of pittsburgh medical center in pittsburgh, pa., on nov. 10, 1989. gene j. puskar—ap(pittsburgh) — dr. thomas starzl, the pioneer of liver transplantation and the driving force behind the world's first babo...



how to customize notification center on iphone and ipad




can't find that notification that just popped up on your iphone screen? there's a way to fix that!you're sitting on the couch. your iphone is on the coffee table. you get a notification. you grab your iphone to see what the notification was, pressing your finger on the home button to wake your scree...



kennedy center appoints simone eccleston as first director of hip-hop culture




the director of programming at harlem stage in new york is heading to washington to become the first director of hip-hop culture at the kennedy center.the kennedy center announced the appointment of simone eccleston on wednesday. she'll start on march 13.the move is part of a push by the kennedy cen...



a vulnerability in triple-negative breast cancer could improve treatment outcome




image: alex toker is an investigator at the ludwig center at harvard. view more credit: ludwig cancer researchmarch 2, 2017, new york -- a team of researchers led by alex toker of the ludwig center at harvard has discovered a metabolic weakness in triple-negative breast cancer (tnbc) cells that may...



dr. thomas starzl, pioneer in baboon-to-human liver transplants, dies at 90




transplant pioneer thomas starzl oversees a liver transplant operation at the university of pittsburgh medical center in pittsburgh, pa., on nov. 10, 1989. gene j. puskar—ap(pittsburgh) — dr. thomas starzl, the pioneer of liver transplantation and the driving force behind the world's first babo...



the geography of medical debt




the prevalence of unpaid medical bills varies widely by state, but it affects the south disproportionately.



daylight savings: 7 ways time change can impact your health




we'll lose an hour of sleep as we “spring forward” this weekend, turning our clocks an hour ahead on sunday morning. and while we'll gain an extra hour of daylight in the evenings, we'll lose it in the morning—waking up, and maybe even heading off to work or school, before the sun comes up.an ...



longmont city council to revisit proposed regulations about marijuana home grows




if you gowhat: longmont city council regular meetingwhen: 7 p.m. tuesday where: civic center council chambers, 350 kimbark st., longmontmore information: the full agenda for the meeting, including information about the proposed ordinance regulating home growing of marijuana for personal medical or r...



a kidney disease's genetic clues are uncovered




new york, ny (march 6, 2017)--researchers have uncovered new genetic clues to understanding iga nephropathy (igan), or berger's disease, an autoimmune kidney disease and a common cause of kidney failure. the findings are relevant to igan as well as other diseases with similar underlying molecular de...



training may give you super-sized memory in 40 days: study




you can acheive a super-sized memory like that of a world champion, suggests a new study which found that the ability to perform astonishing feats of memory can be learned.after 40 days of daily 30-minute training sessions using a strategic memory improvement technique, people who had typical memory...



open science prize goes to software tool for tracking viral outbreaks




after three rounds of competition—one of which involved a public vote—a software tool developed by researchers at fred hutchinson cancer research center and the university of basel to track zika, ebola and other viral disease outbreaks in real time has won the first-ever international open scien...



image processing researcher




department: carma (comprehensive arrhythmia management center) institution: university of utah the comprehensive arrhythmia research and management (carma) center seeks a full-time fellow in the field of image processing. the position entails working with a large, interdisciplinary team of scientist...



transport proteins evolved long before their compounds emerged




danish scientists from the dynamo center, university of copenhagen, bridge an important gap that changes our understanding of the evolution of plant transport proteins.



les françaises brillent moins qu’en 2016




le top 20 du « times higher education » continue d’accorder une meilleure place aux écoles françaises que les palmarès internationaux classiques.toujours bien classée, l’ecole polytechnique perd une place, pour finir quatrième, quand l’ens de lyon passe du cinquième au septième ran...



presstv-zimbabwe doctors end three-week strike




state doctors in zimbabwe have ended a walkout which had paralyzed hospitals across the african country for three weeks.a union leader said monday that the strike was ended "on compassionate grounds" after negotiations with the cash-strapped government in harare stalled.“we have resumed our duties...



scientists wage fight against aging bone marrow stem cell niche




image: this molecular image shows immunofluorescence staining in the soft spongy section of trabecular bone in the femur of a young mouse. red staining reveals the abundant presence of the protein... view more credit: university of ulmcincinnati - as people get older so do the hematopoietic stem ce...



presstv-tehran hosts multicultural exhibition




hamid javani press tv, tehrantehran university of medical sciences, tums, has organized an exhibition to give its foreign students a chance to introduce their country and their unique culture. press tv’s hamid javani was there and made us this report.



widespread conflicts of interest among patient-advocacy organizations uncovered




philadelphia - over the past few decades, hundreds of patient-advocacy organizations have emerged in the united states, promoting disease research and influencing fda and health insurer policies. now, a new study reveals a large proportion of these organizations have funding or other connections wit...



newly discovered vulnerability in an aggressive breast cancer provides therapeut




triple-negative breast cancer quickly becomes resistant to current therapies, leaving patients no therapeutic options. bidmc researchers discovered that tnbc cells increase production of pyrimidine nucleotides in response to traditional chemotherapy. discovery represents a vulnerability that can be ...