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My father had turned to science, receiving his Ph.D. in Physiological Chemistry from Yale in 1931 for Chemical and Physiological Investigations on Canine
This case illustrates what may be called Physiological Suggestion.
The history of retrogression in the art of curing disease is that of the so-called Physiological Schools of
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Physiological effects include elevated heart rate, increased blood pressure, and dilated pupils.
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Physiological differences between patients may also dictate which treatment is preferred.
My change in focus towards Ca2+ signaling led me into collaboration with Dr. Timothy Rink, a new faculty member in the Physiological Laboratory, because Tim wanted to make Ca2+-selective electrodes from materials sent from Switzerland11.
In either case I would have to learn organic synthesis, which I had hated in those Harvard chemistry courses and which nobody in the Physiological Laboratory could teach me.
This month, Isis the Scientist is working in collaboration with the American Physiological Society to fund an award for an outstanding female undergraduate researcher at this year's Experimental Biology meeting.
Physiological differences between men and women might also account for the differences between this trial and the one among gay and bisexual men.
Since joining ScienceBlogs I have been in contact and discussion with the executive director of the American Physiological Society, discussing ways I might use my blog powers for good instead of solely evil.
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