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Aptiv Solutions
Blog about the medical device, diagnostics, and pharmaceutical industry, specifically in the areas of clinical trials, regulatory affairs, and adaptive design.
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BodyInMind
Advances and issues in the clinical sciences as they relate to the role of the brain and mind in chronic pain disorders.
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Clinical Laboratory Medicine
Towards a better understanding of Clinical laboratory methods
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Gutness Gracious Me
You may not appreciate your gastrointestinal (GI) tract, your gut, your intestines, but inside you there is a world within a world. This blog discusses some of the research about that world.
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HSP90 Inhibitors Central
A site dedicated to the cancer drug class targeting Heat Shock Protein 90 (HSP90). Featuring drug discovery, clinical development, business transaction, conference presentations, etc related to these drugs including ganetespib, AT13387, retaspimycin, 17-AAG and more.
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Medicine...Life
Commentary of medicine, clinical cases and pretty much everything associated.
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MedIntellect
Welcome to MedIntellect. This will be a forum to explore and discuss new angles on old aspects of science and medicine. Every day new and exciting discoveries and technologies are being revealed that propel us further into brave new future, yet there is still so much we've not noticed from our past and present. There is a beauty in nature that you can see in the microscopic intricacies of cellular architecture and the macroscopic beauty of the larger universe. Its easy to be both in awe and bewildered at the same time when you consider the true scope of it all within the framework of our human understanding. As a medical researcher and student of science it is important to me that we take the care to notice the small things and ask the big questions. Pity the scientist who looks too big and sees too small. So in the spirit of adventure and curiosity lets begin to explore what we may not be seeing, and look beyond into where we may well be headed. Science. Medicine. Technology. The beginning of the 21st century has gotten off to a blistering start, lets get thinking.
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Psych Connection
No summary available for this site.
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Renal Fellow Network
The Renal Fellow Network (RFN) was established on April 23rd, 2008 by the late Dr. Nathan Hellman. RFN was created to provide a forum to discuss interesting nephrology cases, scientific papers, and other topics germane to nephrologists, particularly fellows. Our goal is to present cutting edge nephrology-related research and challenging clinical topics in an easily digestible format. The current editor of the site is Dr. Conall O' Seaghdha and the deputy editor is Dr. Matt Sparks, and our contributors are a spread of Nephrology fellows and attendings from across the United States and the United Kingdom. If you are interested in becoming a contributor please contact either the editor or deputy editor. In November 2010 the Renal Fellow Network announced a partnership with the National Kidney Foundation (NKF). We are delighted to team up with NKF, and believe this is an exciting opportunity for both parties. This collaboration serves to help sustain the site for future nephrology fellows by creating an editorial board composed of nephrology fellows whose mission will be to keep the integrity and mission of the site intact. The NKF does not provide monetary support to RFN. From our perspective, we hope the collaboration will further raise the profile of the site, allowing us to reach an even wider audience. Our ultimate goal is to provide an integrated hub for all Nephrology practitioners, providing useful and up to date clinical and research information, permitting discourse on topics of clinical or career interest, and serving a go-to source for information on grants, fellowships and other information relevant to Nephrologists, whatever the stage of their careers. As of November 2010, RFN averages 40,000 page views and site visits per month, and 20,000 unique site visits per month. Interest in the site, as reflected in number of unique page views, has grown month-on-month for the past year. Approximately 45% of our readers are fellows, 20% attendings, 20% are residents or medical students and 5% are involved in full time research according to the poll conducted on our website.
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Reportergene
I scrutinize the literature to blog about new molecular assays developed to better understand life from a molecular point of view.
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Speaking of Research
Speaking of Research is an advocacy group that provides accurate information about the importance of animal research in medical and veterinary science.
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Statistically funny
Commenting on the science of unbiased health research with cartoons
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Stem Cells Freak
Stem Cells Freak is your number one site for stem cell news and information.
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The ICECReam
The aim of The ICECReam is to provide a hub that connects and supports early career researchers all over the world.
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The Wiley Asia Blog
Connecting Asia Pacific users in the Scientific, Technical, Medical and Scholarly (STMS) field | The Wiley Asia Blog is for the growing number of Asia Pacific users where a number of posts on the latest research in Physical, Health, Life, Social Sciences and Humanities from leading journals and resources can be found.
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