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- n. An expert or specialist in embryology
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One skilled in embryology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who studies embryos; one versed in the principles and facts or engaged in the study of embryology.
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- n. a physician who specializes in embryology
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The Nobel Prize in medicine went to Robert Edwards, the British embryologist who developed clinical in vitro fertilization, while the physics prize went to a pair of Russian-born scientists for a new form of carbon that could someday replace silicon in electronics.
Waddington was a developmental biologist, paleontologist, geneticist, embryologist and philosopher who laid the foundations for systems biology.
Pregnancy rates were low and miscarriage rates were fairly high, said Amy Jones, the clinical embryologist at Nashville Fertility Center.
And any Christian will tell you that life begins at conception … and just about any biologist/embryologist as well.
February 4th, 2010 at 11: 06 pm belaccifer lacca says: and just about any biologist/embryologist as well.
"He understood this morning that he was finally awarded the prize, and he was smiling plenty when his wife, Ruth, gave him the news," said embryologist Jacques Cohen, the senior editor of Reproductive Biomedicine Online, which Dr. Edwards founded.
British embryologist Robert Edwards won the 2010 Nobel Prize in Medicine for developing in vitro fertilization.
Robert Edwards, a feisty British embryologist who fundamentally transformed human procreation, received the 2010 Nobel Prize in Medicine Monday for the development of clinical in vitro fertilization.
Shaun Hinds, a 48-year old embryologist at Nashville Fertility Center, said he had not been home since Sunday morning, and his wife and daughter were stuck at home due to the floods blocking all the major roads.
The doctor continued, Patients often ask whether embryos that were given a ‘low grade’ by the embryologist would result in a problem with the baby.