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Professor Sam Berkovic AC and Professor Ingrid Scheffer AO, two neurologists from the University of Melbourne, are awarded Prime Minister’s Prize for Science for their outstanding research on treatments for epilepsy. In order to congratulate such fabulous effort, we have compiled a list of research paper of Professor Ingrid Scheffer regarding epilepsy below. Transition to […]
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Sinusitis occurs when there is inflammation of the sinus lining. Symptoms include nasal blockage or discharge, altercation in smell, and facial pain or pressure. Chronic sinusitis is when these symptoms persist for more than 12 weeks. Wiley Health Learning’s new eLearning program is designed to help ENT Surgeons and Rhinologists evaluate balloon sinus dilation conducted […]
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Will the amount of online communications affect face-to-face (FtF) relational outcomes among online daters? Researchers analysed experience of using various online date sites of 433 online daters recruited by a market research firm. The results of a new study suggest that online daters create mental constructs of their potential partners by using online dating profiles […]
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Ramirez, A., Bryant Sumner, E., Fleuriet, C. & Cole, M. (2014). When Online Dating Partners Meet Offline: The Effect of Modality Switching on Relational Communication Between Online Daters, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, DOI: 10.1111/jcc4.12101
You notice immediately that buying an investment on a stock market lacks some of the common attributes that make it feel like a negotiation. In particular, you cannot talk with the party on the other side of the trade. At first glance, it seems like a take-it-or leave-it proposition. It appears that all you can […]
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About Webinar: The kidney is a major site of organ damage caused by drug toxicity. Over the past decade, several novel kidney injury biomarkers have been identified and validated in rat models, but there has been a lack of reliable assays to quantitatively assess these biomarkers in mouse models, which are more widely used than […]
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