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    5 Top Speakers in Health Conferences

    Conference Monkey

    If you're thinking about attending a conference, then as well as the location and the scale of the event, you should be sure to check out who the keynote speakers are. A keyno...

    Sep 20, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    5 Top Speakers in Engineering Conferences

    Conference Monkey

    When you're attending a conference, you know that having the right speakers can make the experience truly productive and memorable. A great speaker can inspire discussion and debat...

    Sep 15, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Research Assistant for HHRC

    George Institute for Global Health
    Newtown, Australia

    The Role The Research Assistant will carry out research related work at the stage of research application, implementation and publication under the guidance of Research Fellow. ...

    Deadline: Jan 20, 2018
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    Assistant Professor Community Health

    University of Northern Colorado
    Greeley, United States

    This is a full-time, nine-month tenure-track Assistant Professor appointment in the Community Health Program, located in the School of Human Sciences, within the College of Natural...

    Deadline: Jan 15, 2018
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    5 Top Speakers in Economics Conferences

    The right speaker can turn a standard conference into something truly memorable. Attending an event with a famous or well-regarded keynote speaker can be a great way to learn more ...

    Sep 08, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Stanford Medicine X, in pictures

    For three days, hundreds of people gathered on campus (and hundreds more tuned in via livestream) to hear about and discuss the future of health care — and how we can work together...

    Sep 23, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Not all “gunners” are equal: Thoughts on achievement during med school

    I’m three weeks into my second year of medical school, and my classmates and I are sharing feelings of being “old” compared to the first years on campus, who are “bright-eyed eyed ...

    Sep 22, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    New study shines light on how to better engineer fluorescent proteins

    United States

    Researchers have now captured the ultrafast changes of green fluorescent proteins as they transition between a dark and fluorescent state, using an X-ray laser at the SLAC National...

    Sep 22, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Brain scans may predict future abilities of kids with fragile X syndrome

    United States

    One of the big challenges of raising a child with developmental disabilities is the struggle to predict the future: How much will the child be capable of learning? What kind of sup...

    Sep 22, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    First generation medical students at Stanford matched with mentors

    Alvaro Amorin, a second-year Stanford medical student, immigrated to the United States from Peru when he was 15. During high school, he figured higher education wasn’t in the cards...

    Sep 21, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Lack of one signaling protein curtails brain tumor growth, Stanford study finds

    Over the last decade, Stanford neuro-oncologist Michelle Monje, MD, PhD, and her team have been making steady progress in understanding the inner workings of an extremely deadly ch...

    Sep 21, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Mapping brick kilns to improve health of people and the environment

    Using satellite imagery, a team of Stanford researchers has designed a mapping tool with the potential to transform brick manufacturing across South Asia. If successful, their effo...

    Sep 21, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Health Policy Forum considers whether, and how, to share clinical trial data

    Should data from clinical trials be available to all? Or just for certain investigations? Who decides? And how would that work? These, and a host of other questions, were considere...

    Sep 21, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    “This shouldn’t be the case in 2017”: A call for more research on transgender health

    There’s a pressing need for more research into transgender health issues. That was the argument eloquently laid out at Stanford Medicine X talk this weekend by ePatient Charlie Blo...

    Sep 20, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Using design thinking to cope with chronic illness

    Hong Kong SAR China

    Design thinking may be able to help us disentangle one of the most perplexing complications in the prevention, management, and treatment of chronic disease: human behavior. At this...

    Sep 20, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Dean Lloyd Minor shares leadership lessons at Medicine X

    After graduating from medical school, Lloyd Minor, MD, now dean of School of Medicine, spent more than a decade honing his medical and research skills, developing the ability to in...

    Sep 20, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Now, that’s dogged research: Medicine X speaker shares a story of possibility

    When Doug Lindsay, a 21-year-old college student, first began to feel sick, he received a diagnosis of mononucleosis and was told to stay home and rest for the summer. He did, but ...

    Sep 19, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Grief in the time of social media

    When Alexis Roberts Keiner’s 9-year-old son died unexpectedly at day care in 2012, “we had to choose very quickly what kind of bereaved family we were going to be.” She shared her ...

    Sep 19, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Barriers in health care for people with disabilities: It’s not what you think

    On the final day of Stanford Medicine X, Alice Wong, founder and project coordinator of the Disability Visibility Project, moderated the poignant, at times humorous, and constructi...

    Sep 19, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Boosting physician wellness: Lessons from Stanford at Medicine X

    In a small, informal workshop at Stanford Medicine X on Sunday afternoon, a group of medical students, doctors and others met to discuss one of the biggest problems plaguing health...

    Sep 19, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Misconceptions about opioid use: A Medicine X discussion

    United States

    We often hear about the “opioid crisis” and its devastating effects — more than 90 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose and about 2 million suffer from substance use dis...

    Sep 18, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    “The single most important opportunity of generations”: A call to reinvent caregiving

    United States

    Ai-jen Poo and her grandmother play mahjong together. “That’s our thing,” she says, with a smile. “She lets me win once a year on my birthday.” Always ready with a laugh and a stor...

    Sep 18, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Struggling to pick a hospital for cancer surgery? Medicine X panelists aim to help

    United States

    Researchers have known for several decades that it can make a big difference whether you go to a local hospital or to a specialty cancer center for surgery. In fact, one 2001 study...

    Sep 18, 2017 https://research-jobs.net
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    Research Assistant for HHRC

    The George Institute for Global Health
    Beijing, China

    Context of the Role The Institute is looking to recruit internationally recognized researchers with substantial track record of published research in any field epidemiological, cli...

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    Two hearts that beat as one: One twin’s fight to save her sister

    China

    “Without time to waste, I instinctively grabbed Annie, thrust the car door open and began to sprint — with 70-pound Annie in my arms,” recalled 22-year-old Julia Kramer-Golinkoff i...

    Sep 18, 2017 https://research-jobs.net