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My life as a surgeon-scientist, combining humanity and science, has been fantastically rewarding.
That is because I'd like to keep open the option for another lifetime as a surgeon-scientist.
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
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.
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.
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.