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Initiatives for Change

Dec 03, 2014

Initiatives for Change

From the micro to the macro, at some level, health policy influences each of the member institutions within the medical center. Health policy requires a broad spectrum of legislative and regulatory efforts, from improving the efficiency of public programs to preparing health professionals to meet those patient needs. For the…
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Jan 31, 2015

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Accelerator Deadline – TMCx

TMCx is seeking exceptional health care startups for a 6-month accelerator program. Applications for round 1 close Jan. 31. Join us! Head here for details on how to apply: http://apply.tmc-x.org
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Feb 3, 2015

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Roles of Extracellular Matrix in Large Artery Health and Disease

Rice Bioengineering Colloquium Presenter: J.D. Humphrey, Ph.D., John C. Malone Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Yale University. ABSTRACT—The proper function of large (elastic) arteries requires the homeostatic maintenance of appropriate compliance yet sufficient structural integrity. Clinical findings over the past 15 […]
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Feb 3, 2015

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Spatio-temporal Model for Silencing of Mitotic Spindle Assembly Checkpoints

Dr. Jian Liu Investigator Theoretical Cellular Physics National Institutes of Health Abstract: The spindle assembly checkpoint arrests mitotic progression until each kinetochore secures a stable attachment to the spindle. Despite fluctuating noise, this checkpoint remains robust and remarkably sensitive to […]
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Feb 4, 2015

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Tales From Both Sides of the Brain

More than 50 years ago, Michael S. Gazzaniga was in the middle of the most important observation in all of neuroscience—the now foundational theory that the right and left hemispheres of the brain can act independently from one another and have […]
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