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A NIH Internship Experience {1 Minute Sneak Peek}
 
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[watch with 1080p] DISCLAIMER: The song used in this video is an A Capella song. No instruments were used; only voice and mouth. Also, this is just a quick video thrown together.
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DCEG Summer Interns 2016
 
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Summer interns in the NCI Division of Cancer Epidemiology & Genetics (DCEG) talk about their experiences and what they learned. The DCEG Summer internship program comprised 46 summer interns and 53 mentors. For more information, please visit http://dceg.cancer.gov/summer
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NIH Tips for Applicants
 
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NIH Tips for Applicants: Reviewers and staff at the National Institutes of Health offer their insights to scientists seeking to improve their chances of getting a grant from the National Institutes of Health. The NIH Center for Scientific Review created this video as a companion to its NIH Peer Review Revealed video, which features real scientists reviewing fictional but realistic grant applications. Learn more at our video Web page: http://www.csr.nih.gov/video/video.asp
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The Summer Internship Program at Johns Hopkins
 
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The Summer Internship Program at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine began in 1995. Since then, over 750 students have had the chance to spend the summer engaged in biomedical research at Johns Hopkins, giving them the opportunity to experience both life in the lab and in Baltimore, nicknamed Charm City.
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Howard Schubiner: "The Reign of Pain Lies Mainly in the Brain: [...]" | Talks at Google
 
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Howard Schubiner, MD, is a clinician, author and researcher who has conducted ground-breaking research on a treatment plan that can resolve, rather than manage, chronic pain. Pain isn’t what you think. Neuroscientists are now explaining pain in a way that is counterintuitive to both lay people and physicians. A significant proportion of individuals with chronic pain do not have structural abnormalities, but have pain due to learned neural pathways in the brain. Dr. Schubiner, author of Unlearn Your Pain and co-author of upcoming book, Hidden from View, reviews the current state of brain research and a new form of psychological treatment for fibromyalgia that is superior to the standard treatments. More info here: http://unlearnyourpain.com/
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John Hopkins Medicine 2018 Science Writers' Boot Camp | Q&A
 
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John Hopkins Medicine 2018 Science Writers' Boot Camp Q&A session with Mary Armanios, M.D. and Carol Greider, Ph.D. #JHMBootCamp View more from the 2018 Science Writers' Boot Camp at: https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/institute_basic_biomedical_sciences/news_events/2018_The_Price_We_Pay.html
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Dr. Sharpless: Perspectives from the NCI Director
 
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In his first town hall meeting, NCI Director, Dr. Norman Sharpless, highlights a few broad areas where he believes NCI has a role to play in advancing progress against cancer. https://www.cancer.gov/about-nci/leadership/director/presentations
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What Impedes Cancer Research?
 
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Dr. Harold Varmus, director of the National Cancer Institute, addressed reporters at the National Press Club as part of their news makers series.
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How to Apply to the NIH Intramural Postbac Program
 
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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Postbaccalaureate Program provides recent college graduates who are planning to apply to graduate or professional school an opportunity to spend one or two years performing full-time research at the NIH in biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related areas. This video provides information about the NIH Postbac program and the application process, including when to apply, elements of the application, selection process, tips for searching for NIH research groups and finding research mentors, and interviewing for positions. You can learn more about the NIH Postbac program at: https://www.training.nih.gov/programs For really great tips on how to find an NIH mentor, please watch our YouTube video on "How to Find an NIH Mentor" https://youtu.be/W0m2_yPPMPE
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NIH Medical Research Scholars Program (MRSP) 2014-2015: Our Favorite Things
 
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National Institutes of Health medical research scholars from 2014-2015 welcome interviewees to the program with a description of their favorite things about MRSP.
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From the Human Genome Project to Precision Medicine: A Journey to Advance Human Health
 
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Summer Lecture Series I: From the Human Genome Project to Precision Medicine: A Journey to Advance Human Health Air date: Wednesday, July 11, 2018, 2:00:00 PM Category: Career Development/OITE Runtime: 01:36:55 Description: From the Human Genome Project to Precision Medicine: A Journey to Advance Human Health For more information go to https://www.training.nih.gov/events/view/_2/2339/Summer_Lecture_Series_I_Dr_Eric_Green Author: Eric D. Green, MD, PhD, Director, National Human Genome Research Institute Permanent link: https://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?23992
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Sugar and the beating heart: the conundrum of heart failure in diabetes
 
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Sugar and the beating heart: the conundrum of heart failure in diabetes Air date: Wednesday, February 7, 2018, 3:00:00 PM Category: WALS - Wednesday Afternoon Lectures Runtime: 01:02:50 Description: NIH Director’s Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Series Dr. Abel is internationally recognized for his research on the molecular mechanisms responsible for cardiac dysfunction in obesity, type 2 diabetes, and type 1 diabetes, and for studies of the role of mitochondrial dysfunction in the development of insulin resistance, obesity, and its complications. Dr. Abel earned his medical degree with distinction from the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica. He was a Rhodes Scholar and clinical research fellow with Professor John G. Ledingham at the University of Oxford, England, where he also earned a Ph.D. in physiology. He completed an internship and residency in medicine at McGraw Medical Center, a part of Northwestern University Medical School, where he served as chief resident of internal medicine at the VA Lakeside Medical Center. He was a clinical and research fellow and instructor at Harvard Medical School before joining the faculty at the University of Utah in 2000. Dr. Abel has earned many awards including the Van Meter Prize of the American Thyroid Association in 2001 and the 2012 Gerald D. Aurbach Award, from The Endocrine Society for "outstanding" contributions to endocrine research. He was elected Chair of the Board of Scientific Counselors of the NIH National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, and now serves as a member of the advisory council of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. He was chair of the Sarnoff Cardiovascular Research Foundation's Scientific Committee from 2012 to 2013, and is a fellow of the American Heart Association and the American College of Physicians. He was recently elected as president of the Endocrine Society. Dr. Abel is an elected member of the American Society for Clinical Investigation, American Clinical and Climatological Association, and the Association of American Physicians. He was elected to the National Academy of Medicine in October 2015. For more information go to https://oir.nih.gov/wals/2017-2018/sugar-beating-heart-conundrum-heart-failure-diabetes Author: E. Dale Abel, M.D., Ph.D., Francois M. Abboud Chair in Internal Medicine and John B. Stokes Chair in Diabetes Research; Chair and Department Executive Officer, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Iowa, Carver College of Medicine Permanent link: https://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?23703
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Hear Why Megan of UCSF Loves Medical Research
 
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http://www.labtv.com/Home/Profile?researcherId=1620 Meet Megan Li, a Graduate Student in the Kroetz Laboratory at UCSF. Megan's research involves genetic factors that affect how chemotherapy works and contributes to trying to improve cancer drugs for patient safety. To learn more about Megan, http://www.labtv.com/Home/Profile?researcherId=1620
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Databases & Data Warehouses, Data: Structures, Types, Integrations
 
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Dr. Chaitan Baru and Dr. Elena Zheleva from the National Science Foundation presents a lecture on "Databases & Data Warehouses, Data: Structures, Types, Integrations" Lecture Abstract This talk will provide an overview of the evolution of database and data warehouse approaches and technologies. Where did we begin, and where have we come to? In the process, we will provide a review of concepts like structured and semistructured databases; schema on-write versus schema on-read; SQL/noSQL database; data integration; and data integrity constraints. The talk will be motivated by example of Data Science use cases. View slides from this lecture https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4IAKVDZz_JUck8tQlJ0N2VTSlU About the Speakers: Chaitan Baru is Senior Advisor for Data Science in the Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Directorate at the National Science Foundation, where he coordinates the cross-Foundation BIGDATA research program, advises the NSF Big Data Hubs and Spokes program, assists in CISE strategic planning in Data Science, and participates in interdisciplinary and inter-agency Data Science-related activities. He co-chairs the Big Data Inter-agency Working Group, and is co-author of the US Federal Big Data R&D Strategic Plan (http://bit.ly/1Ughpjt), released May 2016 by the Networking and Information Technology R&D (NITRD) group of the National Coordination Office, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Elena Zheleva is a computer scientist with a background in machine learning, social network analysis and online privacy. Elena has presented her research at top-tier conferences, and she is the co-author of the book "Privacy in Social Networks." After completing her Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland College Park in 2011, Elena spent five years in industry as a data scientist, focusing on recommender systems and incentivized social sharing. She was also fortunate to intern at Microsoft Research, AOL and The Institute for Genomic Research. Currently, Elena is an AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow at the National Science Foundation where she contributes to big data and data science initiatives. Please join our weekly meetings from your computer, tablet or smartphone. Visit our website to learn how to join! http://www.bigdatau.org/data-science-seminars
Sharon Bertsch McGrayne: "The Theory That Would Not Die" | Talks at Google
 
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"The Theory That Would Not Die" How Bayes' Rule Cracked the Enigma Code, Hunted Down Russian Submarines, and Emerged Triumphant from Two Centuries of Controversy" Bayes' rule appears to be a straightforward, one-line theorem: by updating our initial beliefs with objective new information, we get a new and improved belief. To its adherents, it is an elegant statement about learning from experience. To its opponents, it is subjectivity run amok. In the first-ever account of Bayes' rule for general readers, Sharon Bertsch McGrayne explores this controversial theorem and the human obsessions surrounding it. She traces its discovery by an amateur mathematician in the 1740s through its development into roughly its modern form by French scientist Pierre Simon Laplace. She reveals why respected statisticians rendered it professionally taboo for 150 years—at the same time that practitioners relied on it to solve crises involving great uncertainty and scanty information, even breaking Germany's Enigma code during World War II, and explains how the advent of off-the-shelf computer technology in the 1980s proved to be a game-changer. Today, Bayes' rule is used everywhere from DNA de-coding to Homeland Security. Sharon Bertsch McGrayne is the author of numerous books, including Nobel Prize Women in Science: Their Lives, Struggles, and Momentous Discoveries and Prometheans in the Lab: Chemistry and the Making of the Modern World. She is a prize-winning former reporter for Scripps-Howard, Gannett, Crain's, and other newspapers and has spoken at many scientific conferences, national laboratories, and universities in the United States and abroad. She lives in Seattle with her husband, George F. Bertsch, professor of physics at the University of Washington.
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Help People--Become a Medical Researcher!
 
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http://www.labtv.com/Home/Profile?researcherId=2079 Meet Lauren Aleksunes, an associate professor and principal investigator in the Aleksunes Lab at Rutgers University. Lauren's research studies toxicity and side effects of chemotherapy drugs, with the goal of designing cancer treatments with fewer negative side effects. To learn more about Lauren, visit http://www.labtv.com/Home/Profile?researcherId=2079.
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Advancing Science & Healthcare - NINR’s Innovative Intramural Training Programs
 
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Dr. Mary Engler, Director of Training for NINR's Division of Intramural Research, discusses the variety of nursing science training programs on the NIH campus given by NINR. Courses include the Graduate Partnerships Program, Summer Genetics Institute, Symptom Methodologies Boot Camps, and various research fellowships and career development awards. www.ninr.nih.gov/training.
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Medical Research - The Place To Be
 
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https://www.labtv.com/Home/Profile?researcherId=1187 Meet Dan Quang, a computer programmer in the Medical Genomics & Metabolic Genetics Branch of the National Institutes of Health. Dan creates machine learning algorithms that help scientists classify their findings and find variations within their data. His work is contributing to developing a full understanding of the human genome. To learn more about Dan, visit https://www.labtv.com/Home/Profile?researcherId=1187
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Using NIH Intramural Database to Find an NIH Mentor
 
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Rayna Carter, Ph.D., Director of Student Services, NIH Undergraduate Scholarship Program gives a brief tutorial for finding an NIH mentor for summer or postbac research experiences using: the NIH Intramural Program website to find broad research topics to explore and the NIH Annual Reports Database to examine ongoing intramural research projects. Examples and tips are provided.
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This Is a Job People Love
 
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https://www.labtv.com/Home/Profile?researcherId=1337 Meet Terren Niethamer, a graduate student studying in Jeffrey Bush's Lab at the University of California, San Francisco. Terren and her coworkers are studying birth defects that effect the development of the human face. Terren hopes to find a treatment for these defects. To learn more about Terren, visit https://www.labtv.com/Home/Profile?researcherId=1337
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JAX-GM SSP Slideshow 2015
 
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My intro for those of that wanted this! 73 days. This marks one of most memorable summers yet one of the shortest as well. It seems our first day, was only a few days ago, not an entire summer away. While this program has given us an invaluable opportunity to conduct incredible research it has also allowed us to realize how critical the people we have encountered are to our achievements. From interactions with others through lectures, seminars, and journal club to participation in our own collaborative projects, the time spent and the people we have met at the Jackson Laboratory have helped us pave the path on our journey to becoming great scholars. The people inside the lab were as equally essential to our success, as the 11 other people within this program. The adventures we have faced together created a group dynamic that provided support, encouragement, and a few laughs through all the ups and downs of each our projects. No other group of people will have the same passion for science, inquiry, and discovery that these students have right here. Everyday we never stop learning, every day we never stop questioning, and every day we never stop being scientists. I know that, even if, some of us don’t end up in research in our futures, science and discovery will always be a part of us. It’s no doubt, these are the people who can, and will change the world, but I’ve come to know them, as simply absolutely amazing people, who’ve changed my life. Now, the realization that we have to part, is one I am dreading to face, so before we have to leave, I want to share with you all, how wonderful every moment has been, because of the people, in this program. Please enjoy this slideshow of some of the many memories we’ve created this summer. Thank you.
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Cancer - The Forbidden Cures (Syöpä - kielletyt hoidot, suom. tekstitys)
 
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Video löytyy kokonaan suomeksi tekstitettynä tästä linkitä: http://paranormaaliblogi.net/index.php/2011/09/01/dokumentti-miksi-syopaa-ei-saa-parantaa/ Pepper-Neely Anti-cancer Bill: http://gradualgerson.com/the-pepper-neely-anti-cancer-bill/ Tri. Gerd Hamer perusti ns. uuden saksalaisen lääketieteen koulukunnan. Hamer uskoo, että kukin syöpä syntyy psykologisesta traumasta, jota yksilö ei ole täysin käsitellyt. Miten nämä psykologiset traumat toimivat tai miten ihminen saa niitä? Voiko lääketieteen käyttämät lääkkeet, anestesiat, shokit ja operaatiot traumatisoida ihmisen ja siten altistaa hänet syövälle? Entä nuoren ihmisen epileptiset kohtaukset, voisiko siinä mahdollisesti olla kysymys vanhasta lääketieteellisestä operaatiosta? Sähköshokki kun on keinotekoisesti aiheutettu epileptinen kohtaus. Mielestäni paras ja yksilön kannalta käyttökelpoisin teoria ja käytännön sovellutukset löytyy kirjasta Dianetiikka: Uusi tiede mielenterveydestä. Kirjassa traumaattisille kokemuksille on annettu uusi nimi, ne ovat engrammeja, eli kivun ja tiedottomuuden hetkiä. Voit täysin käsitellä omat traumaattiset kokemuksesi, eli engrammisi Dianetiikan menetelmillä. Johdantovideo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrWLhxexE1Q Esitän tämän asian koska mentaaliset tekijät vaikuttavat eniten kehon hyvinvointiin ja esimerkiksi vitamiinien toimivuuteen. Hyvässä henkisessä vireessa oleva myös syö terveellisesti. Rapakunnossa olevan on hyvä aloittaa ravinnosta, liikunnasta ja elämäntyyliasioista, koska fyysinen tila vaikuttaa myös mielialaan. Mutta muista, mieli on pomo ja sinulla on oikeus tietää siitä. Tämä video antaa vähän kuvaa syövästä, vain kolmesta hyväksytystä hoitomuodosta, joista 2 itse asiassa aiheuttaa syöpää ja ISOSTA rahasta, mikä näiden hoitojen kautta virtaa lääketeollisuuden omistaville pankkiireille, kuinkas muutenkaan. sanastoa: AMA, American Medical Association on Yhdysvaltojen lääkäreiden ammattijärjestö, ja se perustettu 1847. Se on suurin lääkäreiden ja lääketieteen opiskelijoiden järjestö Yhdysvalloissa. Samaa tarkoitusta varten Suomessa toimii Suomen Lääkäriliitto (Finnish Medical Association). Carnegie, Andrew (25. marraskuuta 1835 Dunfermline, Skotlanti -- 11. elokuuta 1919 Lenox, Massachusetts) oli yhdysvaltalainen liikemies ja hyväntekeväisyyden harjoittaja. Hän rikastui perustamansa Carnegie Steel Company -teräsyrityksen kautta ja lahjoitti myöhemmin suuren osan omaisuudestaan hyväntekeväisyyteen perustamalla kirjastoja, kouluja ja yliopistoja. Andrew Carnegie myi omistamansa teräs- ja rautateollisuusyhtiöt J. P. Morganille, ja he perustivat United States Steel -yhtiön vuonna 1901. Rockefeller, John Davison, Sr. (8. heinäkuuta 1839 Richford, New York -- 23. toukokuuta 1937 Ormond Beach, Florida) oli maailman suurimman öljy-yhtiön Standard Oil -yhtiön perustaja ja aikanaan maailman rikkain mies.
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Alumni Writers' Forum - Spring 2017
 
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The Department of English, Nonfiction Writing Program, presented an “Alumnae Writers’ Forum” on Monday, March 20, 2017 at 4:00 pm in Petteruti Lounge, Stephen Robert ’62 Center, 75 Waterman St. This event featured teacher Sara Mann '10; science writer Jean Hazel Mendoza '12; media writer Doreen St. Felix '14; and writer and editor Dayna Tortorici ’11 who read from their work and spoke about post-graduation careers for writers. March 20, 2017 Brown University
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Fireside Chat on the Connections Between Technology and Implementation Science
 
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Dr. David Chambers hosted a fireside chat with Dr. Gary Bennett and Dr. Patricia Areán on the rapid evolution of technology and its implications for implementation science, past, present and future. Given the leadership and innovation that both speakers have shown in the use of technology to improve reach and effectiveness of health care interventions, we enjoyed the engaged discussion on the connections between technology and implementation science. http://www.cancercontrol.cancer.gov/IS
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Bringing Bedside Back w/Dr. Abraham Verghese | Incident Report 170
 
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The acclaimed Stanford professor and author of Cutting for Stone, My Own Country, and The Tennis Partner joins me to talk CRAZY TRUTH about the intersection of medicine and simply being human. Links, transcript, podcast, and more at zdoggmd.com/incident-report-170 Contents: 03:00 The Humanities and The Art of Medicine 04:25 The Proper Role of Technology in Medicine 07:30 Getting Back to the Bedside, and to Our Colleagues 08:30 Radiologist or Robot? 14:00 The Promise and Peril of the EHR 18:30 Physician Burnout Explained 20:45 What’s up with the AMA and Foreign Medical Graduates? 22:10 On HIV, Being an Outsider, and Writing “My Own Country” 23:45 Treating AIDS in the ‘80s… in Rural Tennessee 28:00 On Becoming an American Citizen 31:15 The Social Determinants of Health (check out another episode on this here) 33:15 Writing Great Novels and Being Authentic While Still Practicing Medicine 36:30 On What Gay Men Can Teach us 38:30 How He Became a Writer and Finding One’s Path 44:45 Imposter Syndrome 47:30 On Working with Your Muse (God is in the Details) 51:30 The Resurgence in Psychadelic Research and the Secret Power Behind Platitudes 54:00 The Calling of Medicine, and Handwashing as a Sacred Ritual 57:00 Looking at Peoples’ Shoes 57:45 On Empathy 59:30 The Secret Truth About Addiction in Medical Professionals 1:00:00 Empathy vs. Compassion, and How We Build a Wall Around Ourselves 1:05:00 On the Next Generation of Students: Entitled or Enlightened? 1:09:00 The Stanford 25 and Bedside Medicine Program 1:13:30 How ZDoggMD Got Into Stanford
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Dissemination & Implementation Conference: Day 1 11:15-12:45
 
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4th Annual NIH Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation: Policy and Practice Agenda: Day 1: March 21, 2011 Invited Panel: International Perspectives on Dissemination and Implementation Research Policy and Practice Russell E. Glasgow, PhD (Moderator) National Cancer Institute, NIH Knowledge Translation Canada Jeremy Grimshaw, MBChB, PhD, FRCGP Canadian Cochrane Network and Centre University of Ottawa Sharon Straus, MD, MSc, FRCPC, HBSc Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute of St. Michael's Hospital University of Toronto WHO's Perspectives on Implementation Research for Policy and Practice Jane Kengeya-Kayondo, MD, MSc World Health Organization Closing the Treatment Gap: Research Approaches to Implementing What We Know Works in Routine Health Care in Developing Countries Vikram Patel, PhD London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (UK) About the conference: There is a recognized need to close the gap between research evidence and clinical and public health practice and policy. How is this best accomplished? Dissemination and implementation research in health seeks to answer this question, and is gaining momentum as a field of scientific inquiry. The goal of the annual NIH Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation is to facilitate growth in the research base by providing a forum for communicating and networking about the science of dissemination and implementation.
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2018 Demystifying Medicine: The Great Neglected Diseases
 
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2018 Demystifying Medicine: The Great Neglected Diseases Air date: Tuesday, February 27, 2018, 4:00:00 PM Category: Demystifying Medicine Runtime: 02:00:11 Description: The Demystifying Medicine Lecture Series is designed to help bridge the gap between advances in biology and their applications to major human diseases. The lectures include presentations of patients, pathology, diagnosis, and therapy in the context of major diseases and current research. All clinicians, trainees including fellows, medical students, Ph.D. students, and other healthcare and research professionals are welcome to attend. For more information go to https://demystifyingmedicine.od.nih.gov Author: Thomas Nutman, MD, NIAID, NIH and Alan Sher, PhD, NIAID, NIH Permanent link: https://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?23731
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The AML genome(s): Mutations in four dimensions
 
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The AML genome(s): Mutations in four dimensions Air date: Wednesday, September 30, 2015, 3:00:00 PM Category: WALS - Wednesday Afternoon Lectures Runtime: 01:10:11 Description: NIH Director’s Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Series For many years, Dr. Ley's laboratory has used mouse models of acute myeloid leukemia (AML) to establish key principles of AML pathogenesis. The lab established that the initiating event for Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia is the PML-RARA fusion gene created by the t(15;17) that is found in nearly all patients with this disease. The roles of cooperating mutations and the cellular milieu for APL pathogenesis have also been established. In collaboration with the Genome Institute at Washington University, the investigators of the Genomics of AML PPG (TJ Ley, PI) sequenced the first human cancer genome (a patient with AML) and the first mouse cancer genome (from the mouse model of APL), and have discovered several new recurrent mutations that are important for AML pathogenesis and outcomes, including recurring mutations in DNMT3A and IDH1/2, among many others. These data are now being correlated to RNA expression, DNA methylation, protein abundance and modification, and clinical datasets. These efforts will hopefully lead to new tests to better establish prognosis, and new approaches for the therapy of patients with this disease. For more information go to https://oir.nih.gov/wals Author: Timothy J. Ley, M.D., Washington University School of Medicine Permanent link: http://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?19192
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Webinar: Get to know Google Genomics
 
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Learn how Google Genomics can help you store, process, explore, and share genomic data — whether it’s your own or massive shared datasets, like TCGA or Autism Speaks’ MSSNG project. We will talk about why Google is interested in genome data, how our Cloud Platform can make a difference, the GATK pipeline, and other examples of how the service is already being used.
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Resumes and Cover Letters
 
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In this video, you will get an overview of two key job search documents – résumés and cover letters. Amanda Dumsch, Career Counselor in the Office of Intramural Training & Education (OITE) at the NIH offers tips on how to create and structure each document effectively. For more information, check out the OITE’s Résumé & CV Guide as well as the Guide to Cover Letters at: https://www.training.nih.gov/assets/Guide_to_Resumes_&_Curricula_Vitae.pdf https://www.training.nih.gov/assets/OITE_Guide_to_Cover_Letters.pdf
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Entrepreneurial Ways to Secure Research Funding
 
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Professor Art Carden of Samford University shares from his experience in applying for an being awarded research funding and offers advice on how to be enterprising and creative when looking for funding. For more Graduate Student resources check out our website at http://www.kosmosonline.org/ This video is brought to you by www.kosmosonline.org providing career advice and support for classical liberal academics.
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Social Justice and the New Food Activism | Julie Guthman || Radcliffe Institute
 
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As part of the 2017–2018 Fellows’ Presentation Series at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Julie Guthman RI ’18 discusses the origins and development of the food movement in order to explain how it came to focus on market-based alternatives and to show how it has evolved in response to critique. Guthman (6:16) is the 2017–2018 Frances B. Cashin Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University https://www.radcliffe.harvard.edu/people/julie-guthman Introduced by Daniel Carpenter, faculty director of the social sciences program at the Radcliffe Institute and Allie S. Freed Professor of Government in the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences https://www.radcliffe.harvard.edu/people/daniel-carpenter-faculty-director This presentation was a part of HUBweek, a creative festival founded by the Boston Globe, Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Mass General Hospital to celebrate innovation at the intersection of art, science, and technology. Learn more at https://hubweek.org.
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Fireside Chat on Implementation Science & Healthcare Delivery Research Program Crossroads
 
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Since kicking off our 'fireside chat' format in late 2016, we have been joined via webinar by all manner of leading experts, collaborators, mid-career investigators, and colleagues from around NIH to discuss funding, training, growth in the field, and global implementation science. In 2018 we are excited to welcome leaders from around DCCPS in discussion of the various research programs at the intersection of implementation science. Dr. David Chambers will be joined by Dr. Paul Jacobsen, Associate Director of the Healthcare Delivery Research Program (HDRP) within DCCPS to discuss implementation science intersections with the HDRP research portfolio. HDRP supported research seeks to understand the many factors that influence care, and how they act and interact. The knowledge generated from this research can be used to design and test interventions that will promote patient-centered, evidence-based care. Additionally, Drs. Chambers and Jacobsen will touch on where IS and HDRP staff are already building programs together, training initiatives, and future direction for collaboration.
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The depressed brain: sobering and hopeful lessons
 
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The depressed brain: sobering and hopeful lessons Air date: Wednesday, June 10, 2015, 3:00:00 PM Category: WALS - Wednesday Afternoon Lectures Runtime: 01:03:33 Description: NIH Director’s Wednesday Afternoon Lecture In her talk, Dr. Akil will discuss the challenges of understanding the pathophysiology of major depressive disorder at the molecular and cellular level and the surprising insights derived from genomics and human postmortem studies. She will describe how animal models and neuroscience studies at multiple levels (from genetic to behaviorial) can be used to test and validate new targets for treatment and/or as biomarkers of the illness. Her talk will also focus on the notion of "molecular organizers" that play a broad role in neuroplasticity, development, adaptation to the environment, and responsiveness to treatment. For more information go to https://oir.nih.gov/wals Author: Huda Akil, Ph.D., Gardner Quarton Distinguished University Professor of Neuroscience and Psychiatry, Co-Director of the Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience Institute, University of Michigan Permanent link: http://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?19057
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Vision and Vigilance
 
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APA Executive Director for Professional Practice Katherine C. Nordal, PhD gives the welcoming address during the 2015 State Leadership Conference, hosted by APA and the APA Practice Organization.
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President Obama Speaks at the White House Science Fair
 
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The White House
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Are You Into Science? Watch Craig Ramirez
 
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https://www.labtv.com/Home/Profile?researcherId=1105 This LabTV role model video finalist award winner was produced by Kevin Parks. Meet Craig Ramirez, he works in Dafna Bar-Sagi Lab at the NYU School of Medicine. Studying molecular biology, he hopes to find a way to starve cancer cells. To learn more about Craig, visit https://www.labtv.com/Home/Profile?researcherId=1105
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What are the cardinal signs of inflammation and what causes them ? | Best Health Channel
 
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Learn vocabulary, terms, and rubor is due to vasodilation caused bypain inflammation can cause redness, swelling, warmth, pain; Loss of function identify the four cardinal signs an inflammatory response 20, pain, increased heat swelling are. Cardinal signs inflammation redness, heat, edema, pain. Britannica britannica science inflammation url? Q webcache. Inflammation siu school of medicine. Chronic goals are eliminate the initial cause of cell injury cardinal signs inflammation. Heat (calor) cardinal features rubor (redness); Inflammation is caused by a stimulus and removal of the should result in abatement none them gets to take their scheduled tea break. Redness is caused by the dilation of small blood vessels in area injury start studying 5 cardinal signs inflammation. Which now cause a stimulation response type inflammation such as is seen in the more cardinal signs of present mechanical stimulus causes nerves that transmit vessel wall and prevent them from moving away this an accelerated flow blood, accounting for heat so called are rubor, redness; Calor, (or through (hemodynamic changes); (2) increased capillary permeability; 23, ancients characterized by four signs, namely redness, swelling until their inadequate expression would make harmful (necrotic). What are the four cardinal signs of inflammatory response? The acute response. Definition, symptoms, treatment, & facts definition. A chronic irritant of five cardinal signs acute inflammation. A cluster of signs or symptoms are often combined (pathognomonic) to better diagnose a specific disease syndrome. Solved what are the cardinal signs of inflammation and ca is inflammation? Definition, causes & symptoms video acute chronic johns hopkins medicine. Concise pathology inflammation causes, symptoms, process, treatment. Cardinal signs of inflammation are redness, heat, edema, and pain. Britannica 5 cardinal signs of inflammation flashcards quizlet. Cardinal signs of inflammation and the causes each sign. Inflammation is list the cardinal signs of inflammation and causes each sign? The five are redness (rubor), pain (dolor); purpose to reduce spread pathogens, destroy them 1, four 'ors' increased tissue perfusion in turn as more red blood pathology, a sign or symptom primary major clinical by which diagnosis made. Inflammatory pain is caused by tissue damage [24] and its the 5 cardinal signs of infection are pain, redness, swelling (edema), red streaking away from wound (caused inflammation along lymph vessels) designed to rid body initial cause cell injury consequences table i physiologic rationale for. Definition of inflammation by medical dictionary. They are all general signs of illness. Pathology for the physical therapist assistant google books resultwhat are five cardinal signs of an infection? Explain them. New charlotte medical journal google books result. Inflammation is characterized by five cardinal signs answer to what are the of inflammation and causes them? We'll find out as well anaphylactic called cytokines, attract bigger or stronger cells kill bacteria for them clinical examples acute. Swelling (tumor) due to 14, 2011 the inflammatory response is chemically mediated. Therapeutic modalities the art and science google books resultinflammation. Prish' 1, 2006 the five cardinal signs of inflammation calor, dolor, rubor, tumor immune system engage invaders and in most cases eliminate them. Healthhype cardinal signs of inflammation 5 pinoy nurses galore. Googleusercontent search. The so called cardinal signs of inflammation are rubor, redness; Calor, heat (or system attacks healthy tissue, mistaking it (them) for harmful pathogens Definition, symptoms, treatment, & facts definition. Although loss of function is sometimes clinically, acute inflammation characterized by 5 cardinal signs rubor (redness), calor (increased heat), tumor (swelling), dolor (pain), and functio laesa (loss function) (figure 3 1) can be caused a number factors that damage cells but broadly divided into physical there are four the symptoms redness swelling heat pain in chronic they contribute to amyloidosis, which cause 5, (rubor) (calor) due vasodilatation increase rate blood flow micro circulation. 6, the four cardinal signs of inflammation redness (latin rubor), heat (calor), swelling (tumor), and pain (dolor) were described in the 1st century ad by the roman medical writer aulus cornelius celsus. If purulent caused by a bacterium, virus or fungus, while taking it (them) for harmful pathogens. Surgical inflammation a pathophysiological rainbow ncbi nih. Cardinal signs ic gingivitis or periodontitis condition place them at risk for cvd, poor inflammation does not mean infection, even when an infection causes. Cardinal sign (pathology) wikipedia.
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In May 2012, NCI's Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG) welcomed David Schottenfeld, M.D. as a Visiting Scholar. Dr. Schottenfeld is the John G. Searle Professor Emeritus of Epidemiology at the University of Michigan School of Public Health and Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine at the University of Michigan Medical School. He has collaborated with several investigators in DCEG, particularly, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., M.D., Senior Investigator and Advisor to NCI, NIH and Former Division Director of DCEG. Drs. Fraumeni and Schottenfeld each have over fifty years of experience in the field of epidemiology, and they have co-edited the definitive textbook Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention. During this special visit, they participated in a panel discussion, moderated by Robert N. Hoover, M.D., Sc.D., Director of the Epidemiology and Biostatistics Program in DCEG, on "Cancer Epidemiology over the Last Half-Century and Thoughts on the Future". The discussion focused on their personal reflections about their past mentors and colleagues, noteworthy contributions to the field, and how cancer epidemiology has evolved as a discipline. To view highlights from the discussion, visit: http://dceg.cancer.gov/fraumeni-schottenfeld-video
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Are there any artificial sweeteners that are safe ? | Health Facts for all
 
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There are six artificial sweeteners that have been tested and as safe (gras) a food additive table top sweetener. Which sugar substitutes are good for diabetes? Healthline. Are there any high intensity sweeteners that should be avoided by some people? . Cause 12, all artificial sweeteners are not created equal. Artificial sweeteners and pregnancy consumer healthday. Over time there have been many sugar 27, descriptions of low calorie, natural sweeteners. Are artificial sweeteners safe for people with diabetes? Health is stevia safe? Sweeteners are they Live well nhs choices. One of these concerns is regarding artificial sweeteners and pregnancy. Bbc future are sweeteners really bad for us? . 15, artificial sweeteners to avoid, and what to use instead there's conflicting evidence regarding the safety of aspartame, a common it's technically an herb, and you can use the leaves as you would any other kitchen herb for 20, unlike sugar, artificial sweeteners generally don't raise blood sugar levels because they are not carbohydrates. Avoid means the product is unsafe or poorly tested and not worth any risk 27, aspartame probably best known artificial sweetener one but european food safety authority has concluded there's enough bbc responsible liable for diagnosis made by a user sugar substitutes, also referred to as sweeteners, are great alternative there limited research on of acesulfame potassium during pregnancy, thus far, data potential effects neotame sucralose gets much better reputation than many other my hunch that reason simply haven't been long term yes, most pregnant women can safely use sweeteners approved exception who have rare genetic disease called 22, 2011 i figured had be out was ok. Artificial sweeteners sugar free, but at what cost? Harvard health 5 you should avoid and safe alternatives to try artificial other substitutes mayo clinic. Should these 16, low calorie sweeteners are also called artificial sweeteners, sugar substitutes or non nutritive. For more information about any of the above products, use your 29, as diabetes educators, we are frequently asked if sugar substitutes safe and which ones best. Any stevia in a packet must have added fillers like dextrose or maltodextrin to are artificial sweeteners, honey, agave nectar, high fructose corn syrup urged the fda require better testing, but for now it seems be safe moderation. Sugar substitutes during pregnancy ncbi nih. Xylitol is a sweetener roughly as sweet sugar, but with about two thirds the calories. There are other interactions that medical researchers currently fed mice various levels of sucralose and noted any effects the sweetener had across 5, this standard safety is defined in fda's regulations. There are plenty of natural, healthy sweeteners available that provide essential this does not make diet sodas with artificial any safer 7, there two caloric health promoting can you guess i would avoid all for the reasons have seen in dr. Food additives & ingredients high intensity sweeteners fda10 artificial and sugar substitutes healthwhat to expect. Safety so far, there are no safety concerns associated with monk fruit as a sweetener evidence on the of most popular sweeteners, including aspartame, artificial sweeteners low calorie or free chemical substances that also, is little from longer term studies to show lead type into any internet search engine and expect be inundated not only we dealing huge margin begin with, we're four currently u. Vital to recognize that these portions have not been evaluated for their safety. And doesn't use any sugar substitutes revele whipped gelato 12, there are currently six artificial sweeteners that the food and drug it is 300 times sweeter than does not contain calories 17, a safe alternative to or can they just five approved by administration for fda requires made with aspartame put restriction on label 3, nonnutritive true. Which artificial sweeteners are safe? Healthcastle. But because of concerns about how sugar substitutes are labeled and categorized, always check with your doctor or dietitian using any if you have diabetes 1, 2006 according to the national cancer institute, there's no scientific evidence that artificial sweeteners approved for use in u. Are artificial sweeteners safe? Webmd. Non nutritive sweeteners are far more potent than table sugar and high fructose corn syrup 27, artificial can cause addiction adverse health effects. Artificial sweeteners sugar free, but at what cost? Harvard health 5 you should avoid and safe alternatives to try rodalesorganiclife food best worst url? Q webcache. Safe are artificial sweeteners, really? Lifehacker vitals. Artificial sweeteners safe for kids or dangerous fake foods? . You'll currently, the safety rating for artificial sweeteners is incomplete. Sugar alcohols, sorbitol, xylitol, mannitol, maltitol etc, safe but cause bloating, researches no longer recognize any link between saccharin and cancer 30, dear lifehacker, everyone's bee
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FDA Approval Considerations - Module 6, Session 13 with Dr. Paul Kluetz This is Module 6, Session 13, of the NIH Clinical Center's "Principles of Clinical Pharmacology" course. The course is a lecture series covering the fundamentals of clinical pharmacology as a translational scientific discipline focused on rational drug development and utilization in therapeutics. If you have any questions or need additional information regarding the Principles of Clinical Pharmacology course, please email the course coordinator at: cc-od_clinp@mail.nih.gov.
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Moderator: Ilia Calderon, Network News Panelists: Julio Cesar Ortiz, Mental Health Therapist Maria Antoinette Toriz, PhD, CSU Fullerton Silvia Santos, PhD, CSU Dominguez Hills Maria Gonzalez, Mental Health Therapist, Compton Family Mental Health
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On April 7–8, 2015, the Office of Research Infrastructure Programs (ORIP) in the Division of Program Coordination, Planning, and Strategic Initiatives, sponsored a workshop on the NIH campus entitled, One Health: Integrating the Veterinarian Scientist into the Biomedical Research Enterprise. One Health is defined as the integrative effort of multiple disciplines working together to attain optimal health for people, animals and the environment. The purpose of the workshop was to identify how the concept of One Health can advance the NIH mission in regard to both basic and applied research, including training of the biomedical work force, concentrating on the veterinarian scientist
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May 7, 2014 - Current Topics in Genome Analysis 2014 A lecture series covering contemporary areas in genomics and bioinformatics. More: http://www.genome.gov/COURSE2014
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Learn more about the Army's medical materiel developer, USAMRMC, with responsibility for medical research, development, and acquisition and medical logistics management. This 1-hour video explains how medical information and products developed by 6 research labs and 6 subcommands protect and sustain the health and safety of our nation's military throughout their lives. (produced in 2013)
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Emerging technologies present the common question of how science can be integrated into the policy debate when, by definition, with an emerging technology, the science is well ahead of the content of the social discourse and the science is often not well articulated or understood. The scientific community takes time to reach a persuasive consensus on the implications of an emerging technology for societal risks and benefits. During this interval of scientific exploration of impacts of technological innovations, the conventional debates about regulation revolve around applying the precautionary principal to protect against potential risk or regulating only against demonstrated harm. Are there approaches to regulation that allow potential risks to be better imagined and managed without waiting for demonstrated harm or risking stifling innovation.
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January 8, 2014 - Genomic Medicine Centers Meeting VI: Global Leaders in Genomic Medicine. More: http://www.genome.gov/27555775
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