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  • Nadya Bliss

    Director of the Global Security Initiative (GSI)

    Keywords:
    Defense, National Security, International Relations
     
     
  • Antonio Giordano

    President

    Keywords:
    Cancer, Diabetes, Heart Disease, Genetics, biomolecular chemistry, Oncology
     
     
  • LaDawn Haglund

    Associate Professor

    Keywords:
    Human Rights, socioeconomic inequity, Politics, Education, Development, Sustainability, Law
     
     
  • Scott Parazynski

    University Explorer and Professor of Practice

    Keywords:
    Space, NASA, astronaut health, astronaut safety, Astronaut
     
     
  • Ram Pendyala

    Professor

    Keywords:
    Civil Engineering, Transportation, Infrastructure
     
     
  • Jamie Winterton

    Director of Strategy, Global Security Initiative

    Keywords:
    Data Privacy, Cybersecurity, Defense, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Internet, FCC, Regulations, Government, National Security
     
     
  • Carl Regillo

    Director, Retina Service

    Keywords:
    age-related macular degeneration, AMD, Retina
     
     
  • Evan Sisson

    Associate Professor, VCU School of Pharmacy

    Keywords:
    Diabetes, Diabetes & Endocrinology, Diabetes Alert Day, Diabetes and Adults, Type 1 Diabetes, Type Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, Diabetes Medications, Diabetes Drugs
     
     
  • Sandra Arevalo

    Director of Nutrition Services/Community Outreach

    Keywords:
    Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, Diabetes Self-management, Diabetes and Adults, Diabetes and Latino, hispanic health risk factors, Hispanic Health, Bronx and Brooklyn, Latino Health, Minority Health, Minority Health and Health Equity, Health Literacy, Nutrition,
     
     
  • Karen Kemmis

    Clinical Physical Therapist, CDE

    Keywords:
    Diabetes, Diabetes & Endocrinology, Diabetes and Adults, Type 2 Diabetes, Type 1 Diabetes, Insulin, Diabetes Management, Diabetes Self-management, Exercise, Diabetes and exercise
     
     
  • Kellie Antinori-Lent

    Diabetes Clinical Nurse Specialist, CDE

    Keywords:
    Insulin Pump Therapy, CGM, Diabetes, Diabetes & Endocrinology, Type 2 Diabetes, Type 1 Diabetes, Diabetes Management, Diabetes Self-management
     
     
  • Sidney Redner

    Professor

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  • David Wolpert

    Professor

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  • Mirta Galesic

    Professor

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  • Klaus Ley

    Professor

    Keywords:
    Inflammation, Heart Disease, Vaccine, chronic inflammation, Integrins
     
     
  • Gerald Parker

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    Keywords:
    Terrorism, National Security, International Affairs, Biological Warfare, Pandemic, Infectious Disease, Public Health, Biosecurity, Biodefense, Global Health
     
     
  • Debra Zellner

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    Keywords:
    Children's Health, School Lunch, Nutrition, Food, Public Policy, Education, Healthy Eating
     
     
  • Jerold Chun

    Professor & Senior VP- Neuroscience Drug Discovery

    Keywords:
    Neuroscience, Alzheimer's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's Disease
     
     
  • Evan Snyder

    Professor & Director - Stem Cell Regenerative Med.

    Keywords:
    Stem Cells, Spinal Cord Injury, Parkinson's Disease, ALS, Bipolar Disorder
     
     
  • Yashpal Agrawal

    Pathologist

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  • Cristopher Moore

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  • Aaron Clauset

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  • Michael Oberg

    SUNY Distinguished Professor of History

    Keywords:
    Native American history, Native Americans, Native peoples
     
     
  • Matthew Johnson

    Chair & Professor of Psychology

    Keywords:
    Marriage, marriage conflict, Marriage Counseling, Divorce, divorce rates, marital arguments , Marital Boredom, Marital Conflict, Marital reconciliation, marital satisfaction, Family, Husbands, wife, Relationships
     
     
  • Mary Muscari

    Forensic Psychiatric Nurse & Criminologist

    Keywords:
    Youth Violence, Violence, Sexual Abuse, Sexual Abuse Of Children, Parenting, Parenting Advice, Parenting Inventions, companion animal, Animal Cruelty
     
     
  • Ricardo Laremont

    Professor of Political Science and Sociology

    Keywords:
    Boko Haram, Al Queda, Al Shabaab, Islam, Islamic Extremists, Muslim, Terrorism, Terror Attacks
     
     
  • Timothy Kuzel

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    Keywords:
    immuno-biomarkers, Immunotherapy Clinical Trials, Kidney Cancer Immunotherapy, Renal Cell Carcinoma, immuno-oncology, Combination Therapy, Kidney Cancer
     
     
  • Alfonso Torquati

    Chief of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery

    Keywords:
    Obesity, Bariatric, Bariatric Procedures, weight loss hormone, Lifestyle Modification Advice
     
     
  • Michael Wimberly

    Senior Scientist, Geospatial Sciences Ctr Excel

    Keywords:
    West Nile Virus, Malaria, wildfire management
     
     
  • Chi Van Dang

    Scientific Director

    Keywords:
    Cell Metabolism, cancer metabolism
     
     
  • Hans Hassell

    Assistant Professor of Politics

    Keywords:
    Politcs, Elections, political parties, Political Participation, Congress
     
     
  • Melinda Green

    Associate Professor of Psychology

    Keywords:
    Psychology, Eating Disorders, Reserach, Heart
     
     
  • Todd Knoop

    Professor of Economics & Business

    Keywords:
    Macroeconomics, financial economics, Business Cycle
     
     

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Eclipse, Eye Safety

Protect Your Eyes From Long-Term Damage While Viewing the Eclipse

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A UAB optometrist and ophthalmologist provide advice on how to protect your eyes while viewing the solar eclipse.

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Just Use the Glasses!

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. – It may be tempting to take a peek at the August 21 eclipse without eye protection. After all, we are told it’s a once-in-a-lifetime event. However, a University of Louisville ophthalmologist says that peek could leave you with a not-so-pleasant, permanent reminder of the event.“You may have heard that you can do a lot of damage to your eyes when viewing an eclipse, and it’s true,” said Mark Mugavin, M.

Science

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Solar Eclipse, total solar eclipse , Physics, Astronomy, Optometry, Eye Safety

Indiana University Experts Available to Comment on Upcoming 2017 Solar Eclipse

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Indiana University experts in astronomy, physics and optometry are available to share their expertise on the solar eclipse that will be visible across the continental United States on Aug. 21.

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Hepatitis B research, hepatitis B virus (HBV)

Infectious Disease Expert Says a New Generation of Antiviral Therapies Is Urgently Needed Against Hepatitis B

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Southern Research scientist Dr. Raj Kalkeri says a new generation of antiviral therapies is urgently needed against hepatitis B, a chronic disease affecting 240 million people whose cure has proved elusive.

Life

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World Wide Web, Internet, Cybersecurity, Technology

Historian Reflects on 27 Years of the Web

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The World Wide Web as we know it today has undergone many changes and raised many moral and ethical questions that creator Tim Berners-Lee never considered when he unleashed it on the world 27 years ago today. As a history of technology professor at Texas A&M University, Jonathan Coopersmith spends a great deal of time studying the way society interacts with technology. Much of that interaction with technology today takes place through the web.

Life

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College Dorms, College Students, Student Life, Dorm decor, decorating tips, Baylor University

Making the Most of ‘Home Away From Home’ — the Dorm Room

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When it comes to decorating, organizing and personalizing a college dorm room — that pint-sized home away from home — a Baylor University interior design expert advises students to first study the space like they are studying for an exam, then have fun with it. Professor Elise King gives some tips in this Q&A.

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69th AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo, CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, next-generation sequencing, Genomics, Oncofertility, Antibiotic Resistance, Drug Abuse, Substance Abuse, Alcohol Abuse, Qualcomm Tricorder Xprize, mobile health

New Frontiers in Genomic Engineering, Oncofertility, Public Health, and the Digital Health Revolution to Be Explored at the 69th AACC Annual Scientific Meeting

At the 69th AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo—the premier global conference and exhibit for laboratory medicine—visionaries in the field will illuminate the pioneering research and technology paving the way for better clinical testing and patient care. From July 30–August 3 in San Diego, the meeting will feature more than 200 talks on a broad range of timely healthcare topics. Highlights of these include plenaries that explore transforming biology using CRISPR engineering and new applications for DNA sequencing; preserving fertility in young people with cancer; how clinical testing can help solve public health crises; and a session that uncovers the precision diagnostics that are creating a digital health revolution.

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Brain, Research, Neural Networks, Neurons, Zebra Finch, Memory, Memory & Cognitive Processes, Neuroscience, Biomathematics, Statistical Analysis, Psychology, Learning and Development, Learning And Memory

Researchers Listen to Birdsong, Unlock Mysteries of Brain

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A biomathematician, neuroscientist, eletrophysiologist and statistician focus their attention and brainpower on how electrical brain impulses translate into a behavior.

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Memristor, neuristor, Artificial Intelligence, Metal Oxide, Nanomaterials, neuromorphic computing, Synchrotron, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Lithium Ion, brain-like computing, Retina, artificial retina , smart camera

Brain-Like Computing Comes Closer in Big Artificial Intelligence Retina Project

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The human brain's computational might in a machine, the dream of computer engineers, comes a step closer thanks to new nanomaterials. Georgia Tech researchers are creating next-gen neuron-mimmicking "memristors" to underly processing "neuristors."

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Science, Physics, Physics and Astronomy, Eclipse

Understanding the Eclipse: Physics Professor Available to Discuss Eclipse Viewing

Next month's eclipse is a rare and unique opportunity. An American University professor is available to discuss the upcoming eclipse, and what scientists can learn from it.







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