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Researchers use revived hearts to study atrial fibrillation


OSU - The Lantern - Apr 20, 2017
“Heart cells are connected to each other and an electric current moves through the cells to make them contract,” said Brian Josef Hansen, a graduate student in the OSU Medical Scientist Training Program, “Usually this starts in one place then spreads ...
 

Medical Student Works to Develop Solutions to Global Health Challenges


Northwestern University NewsCenter - Apr 18, 2017
As the first place winner of Northwestern University's 4th Annual Intramural Global Health Case Competition, earlier this year, Max Wang, MPH, first-year MD/PhD student in the Medical Scientist Training Program, and his team traveled to Emory ...
 

Exercise linked to reduced risk of Alzheimer's


Royal Gazette - Apr 20, 2017
Dr Cousins-Simpson said a summit seemed like a good place to start and “Alzheimer's Disease: Yes It's Preventable” will feature guest speakers ophthalmologist Clement Trempe and medical scientist Thomas Lewis. “It's mostly about empowering the public ...
 

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Walter Kempner and the Rice Diet: Challenging Conventional Wisdom


by: Barbara Newborg
In 1934, a brilliant young scientist, Walter Kempner (1903-1997), was brought as a refugee from Nazi Germany to join the faculty of Duke Hospital s department of medicine. The first AMA presentation, in 1944, of his unconventional research in the origins and treatment of metabolic diseases provoked wide attention and considerable controversy, but the results of his strict diet regimen were undeniable. Patients flocking to Durham for the famous Rice Diet found their diabetes, kidney and cardiovascular diseases once considered fatal cured or greatly improved.
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Career Options for Biomedical Scientists


Most people who do a PhD and postdoctoral work in the biomedical sciences do not end up as principal investigators in a research lab. Despite this, graduate courses and postdoctoral fellowships tend to focus almost exclusively on training for bench science rather than other career paths. This book plugs the gap by providing information about a wide variety of different careers that individuals with a PhD in the life sciences can pursue.

Covering everything from science writing and grant administration to patent law and management consultancy, the book includes firsthand accounts of what the jobs are like, the skills required, and advice on how to get a foot in the door.
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