Army Medical Research prioritiesAugust 22, 2017 – 12:01 am

Army Medical Research priorities

Georg F. Springer (* February 29 1924 in Berlin , † March 10 1998 in Northfield (Illinois) ) was a German-born American physician ( immunology , cancer research), one of immunotherapy against cancer developed. Springer was a great-grandson of the publisher Julius Springer , the founder of Springer Science + Business Media . It was in 1942 as a tank soldier on the eastern front, where he was severely wounded. After discharge from the U.S. prisoner… koofers

U.S. Army Medical Research GrantAugust 29, 2013 – 01:55

U.S. Army Medical Research Grant

Orlando (USA), December 5, 2012 - CAE Healthcare today announced the show Interservice / Industry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference (I / ITSEC) the sale of patient simulators traumatized Caesar to NATO and the training center of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, which specializes in preparedness for disasters. Caesar was originally developed for the military and is now popular in the areas of intervention in emergencies and disasters…

US Army Medical Research CenterAugust 29, 2013 – 01:54

US Army Medical Research Center

Raising levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine in the frontal cortex of the brain significantly decreased impulsivity in healthy adults, in a study Conducted by Researchers at the Ernest Gallo Clinic and Research Center at the University of California, San Francisco. Impulsivity is a risk factor for addiction to many substances, and it Has Been That suggested people with lower dopamine levels in the frontal cortex tend to be more impulsive,said…

Army Medical Research and Development CommandAugust 29, 2013 – 01:55

Army Medical Research and Development Command

Dr. Claudia Riedel Principal Investigator Universidad Andrés Bello Current position: Since March 2005 Associate Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Biological Sciences. Universidad Andrés Bello. Previous Position: Research Associate 2003-2004 University of the Andes. EDUCATION 1988-1995 Masters in Biochemistry, P. Catholic University of Chile. 1996-1998 Master of Science, Albert Einstein College of Medicine. 1998-2002 Ph.D…

U.S. Army Medical Research InstituteAugust 29, 2013 – 01:54

U.S. Army Medical Research Institute

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. We define a P4 Laboratory advanced research center, specialized and equipped for the study of pathogens microscopic Class 4. They are classified according to very high hazard [1] . Pathogens class P4 are typically virus for which there is no specific vaccine, such as Ebola , the Lassa , the Crimean-Congo and Marburg . Laboratories P4 apply very strict security protocols, called NSB4 (Niveau de scurit 4) in French…

Army Medical Research FacilityAugust 29, 2013 – 01:54

Army Medical Research Facility

A team of American and African researchers identified an area where, thanks to the mosquitoes, the virus (more than eighty types surveyed), going to the animals and to humans NAIROBI - A real reserve protected virus, almost a free zone. Viruses that are spread by mosquitoes then (arboviruses) to animals and human beings, constituting the basis of those epidemics that more or less slowly spread out to many parts of the world. This area has been identified…

U.S. Army Medical Research and MaterielAugust 29, 2013 – 01:54

U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel

The symptoms of human influenza were clearly described by Hippocrates about 2, 400 years ago. Although the virus seems to have caused epidemics throughout human history, historical data on influenza are difficult to interpret, because the symptoms can be similar to other respiratory diseases. The first convincing record of an influenza pandemic was the focus in 1580, which began in Russia and spread to Europe via Africa. In Rome, over 8, people were…

US Army Medical Research Frederick MarylandAugust 29, 2013 – 01:54

US Army Medical Research Frederick Maryland

The virology involves the study of viruses, their ecology, classification and structure. [1] Those who choose this field of work are referred to as virologists. Virologists study, research, and sometimes are vaccines for viruses. Virologists may have different levels. The levels 0-4 are levels without one. These levels measure the harmfulness of viruses that virologists working. Virologists 0 level deal with viruses, like the common cold. Level 3…