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$100 million in contributions to transform UAB School of Medicine – News

Record Heersink donation of $95 million to advance strategic growth and biomedical innovation. In recognition of a transformative $95 million gift from Marnix E. Heersink, MD, a longtime supporter of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, the UAB School of Medicine will be called now the UAB Marnix E. Heersink School of Medicine. The record […]

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Using translational pharmacogenomics to boost race-aware medicine – News

Pharmacogenomics has become a valuable tool for optimizing treatments and is expected to play an increasing role in clinical care.Pharmacogenomics, the study of how a person’s unique genetic makeup – their genome – influences their response to drugs, has become a cornerstone of precision medicine. In a review of the current state of the field […]

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Otago Maori University medical student helps revitalize te reo Māori health

“I had to learn to speak their language, which is called bisaya or cebaono,” he told The Hui. “I spent my mornings studying the scriptures and studying the language, then I would come at lunchtime to eat, leave the house and start talking to people.” However, immersing himself in another language and culture left him […]

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Awards and Honors: Fall 2021 | News from the Department of Medicine

Jonathan Shaw named Associate Chair of Medicine for Community Partnership Jonathan ShawMD, Clinical Associate Professor of Primary Care and Population Health, was selected to be the first Associate Chair in Medicine for Community Partnership. In this role, Shaw will partner with a Community Partnership Executive Director to help lead the ministry’s vision to engage more […]

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UCD veterinary student in her father’s footsteps –

It’s agriculture talk to Susan O’Riordan, fourth year veterinary medicine student at UCD in this week’s Student Focus segment. She discusses following in her father’s footsteps, raising 450 cattle and the positive impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on her student life. Templeglantine, originally from County Limerick, Susan O’Riordan, the daughter of a veterinarian, was exposed […]

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Tamil Nadu suggests new law to cancel NEET, admission to medical courses based on grade 12 grades | India News

Chennai: An official committee has suggested the enactment of a law by the state to allow admission to professional degrees like medicine on the basis of grades obtained in the qualifying exam, the government of Tamil Nadu said on Thursday 2 September in the Assembly. The president’s assent was expected to be received for the […]

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Clinical Pearl: No thrombolytics for non-disabling strokes : Emergency Medicine News

BY EMEDHOME.COM Emergency physicians know only too well the pressure of administering thrombolysis as quickly as possible to a patient with a recent acute ischemic stroke. What about a patient with a non-disabling AIS? Expert opinion now recommends not treating these patients with thrombolysis. The 2021 European Stroke Organization guidelines stated that no […]

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ER Goddess: The Trauma Emperor Has No Clothes : Emergency Medicine News

Figure: trauma centers, for-profit hospitals, reimbursement Figure It’s 6:45 a.m. You click frantically to complete a patient’s discharge paperwork while you wait for the hospitalist to call you back so you can admit another. You’ve been too busy to check if your other four patients’ scans and labs are back. There’s no way you’ll be […]