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surgeon-scientist

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  • My life as a surgeon-scientist, combining humanity and science, has been fantastically rewarding.

    Joseph E. Murray - Autobiography

  • That is because I'd like to keep open the option for another lifetime as a surgeon-scientist.

    Joseph E. Murray - Autobiography

  • The device was developed over 15 years by a team that included Alain F. Carpentier, the French surgeon-scientist who, along with Albert Starr, received the 2007 Albert Lasker Award for

    NDTV News - Top Stories

  • Dr. Karyn Butler, a surgeon-scientist at the university, says that the JAK-STAT pathway can help precondition and protect the heart from damage caused when blood flow is restored after a period of decreased flow, as occurs after a heart attack.

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  • At Children’s Hospital in Boston in the 1990s, the surgeon-scientist Judah Folkman demonstrated that certain activated signaling pathways within cancer cells, ras among them, could also induce neighboring blood vessels to grow.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • He argues that the public was seriously and dangerously misled about autism and vaccines, and his analysis aims to understand how a specific piece of scientific misinformation was able to spread widely and obtain great traction. are Kristina Chew, PhD, author of the blog Autism Vox; Kev Leitch, author of the blog Left Brain, Right Brain; Bob Park, PhD, a University of Maryland physics professor and author of the weekly online column, "What's New by Bob Park;" and Orac, the pseudonymous surgeon-scientist author of the blog Respectful Insolence on ScienceBlogs.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

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