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Medicine – Scientific American

Biotechs and pharma want to protect patients without triggering immune system havoc

3 hours ago — Esther Landhuis

Researchers found COVID-19 infection produces a strong T cell response. Here’s why they say that is good news

May 22, 2020 — Tanya Lewis

Mosquitoes that like to bite at night are being thwarted by bed nets, leading to the rise of populations that prefer to bite when the nets are not up yet.

May 21, 2020 — Jason G. Goldman

Scientists urge caution over hints of success emerging from small human and animal studies

May 21, 2020 — Ewen Callaway and Nature magazine

Some individuals choosing physician-assisted death donate their tissue to science.

May 14, 2020 — Colin Barras and Nature magazine

Different species are helping answer different questions about COVID-19 in humans in order to develop vaccines and treatments

May 14, 2020 — سايمون جيه. ماكين

Blood tests that find

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Cracking cancer’s code | Stanford Medicine

A gift of education

A philanthropist’s challenge grant will make nearly $90 million in new financial assistance available to eliminate medical school debt for incoming students in need.

New Health Trends Report

The Stanford Medicine 2020 Health Trends Report shows physicians and medical students preparing for a health care future improved by data science and technological advances.

Rave new world

The discovery that it might be possible to eliminate Ecstasy’s addictive properties could increase the drug’s potential for use in psychiatry, new research shows.

Alcohol flushing tied to Alzheimer’s

A common mutation that causes facial flushing and inflammation in response to alcohol can lead to biochemical changes associated with Alzheimer’s disease, researchers say.

Hiding in plain sight

Even teens who aren’t especially thin could be dangerously ill from atypical anorexia nervosa, according to new research.

Take it to heart

Stents or bypass surgeries might not be needed for patients with

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Center for Integrative Medicine | University of Maryland School of Medicine

The Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine is built on a firm base of innovative, rigorously evaluated research, education that promotes wellness of the patient and the healthcare provider, and superior clinical care that embraces patient-centeredness and partnership with the provider.

From the Director

“Building upon our nearly 30 year history of international leadership in the field of integrative medicine, the Center for Integrative Medicine is committed to research, education, and clinical care that advances our understanding of how nutrition, movement, stress management, and environmental exposure mitigation can prevent and provide more comprehensive treatment of chronic disease.”

Chris D’Adamo, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Integrative Medicine
Assistant Professor, Department of Family
and Community Medicine and Department
of Epidemiology and Public Health

Art and Science in Medicine

Dr. Brian Berman

“When it comes to art and science in medicine, it’s not that one is right and the other wrong.

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Faculty of Medicine

Second Undergraduate Research symposium
The Second Undergraduate Research Symposium 2019 is scheduled to be held on  Thursday,12.12.2019 and Friday, 13.12.2019 at the Hoover Auditorium of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Jaffna.

 

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Admission of students with foreign qualification to undergraduate courses of the universities in Sri Lanka – Academic Year 2018/2019
 

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Dr. N. Sivarajah former Head of the Department of Community and Family Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Jaffna, passed away

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What is precision medicine? – Genetics Home Reference

According to the Precision Medicine Initiative, precision medicine is “an emerging approach for disease treatment and prevention that takes into account individual variability in genes, environment, and lifestyle for each person.” This approach will allow doctors and researchers to predict more accurately which treatment and prevention strategies for a particular disease will work in which groups of people. It is in contrast to a one-size-fits-all approach, in which disease treatment and prevention strategies are developed for the average person, with less consideration for the differences between individuals.

Although the term “precision medicine” is relatively new, the concept has been a part of healthcare for many years. For example, a person who needs a blood transfusion is not given blood from a randomly selected donor; instead, the donor’s blood type is matched to the recipient to reduce the risk of complications. Although examples can be found in several areas of medicine,

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Long School of Medicine, UT Health San Antonio

Robert Hromas, M.D., FACP
Dean, Long School of Medicine at
UT Health San Antonio

 





The Long School of Medicine at UT Health San Antonio is the largest trainer of physicians in South Texas, many of whom remain in San Antonio and the region to practice medicine. With full accreditation by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), the school annually educates more than 900 students and trains 800 residents.

The UT Health Physicians practice is the largest vertically integrated medical group in San Antonio with 850 physicians in more than 100 specialties. This is powerful for patients, because specialists who are at the top of their professions work together in close proximity. Only here can a patient see these specialists as part of one team, each talking to the other about the patient’s case. The spectrum of health care extends from primary care in health

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Emergency Medicine | University of Virginia School of Medicine

Pamela Moore Receives Research Award

2020 Richard F. Edlich Medical Student Research Award in Emergency Medicine Pamela Moore, a fourth year medical student and incoming Emergency Medicine Resident here at UVA, is recognized by the…

COVID-19 Updates

The COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic is affecting operations at UVA Health and University of Virginia. Please see the following links for operational information: UVA Health: https://uvahealth.com University of Virginia: https://www.virginia.edu UVA School…

Dr. Perina Receives VACEP Career Achievement Award

Congratulations to Dr. Debra Perina for receiving the 2020 Dr. Forrest D. McCoig Career Achievement Award from the Virginia College of Emergency Physicians! To read more about Dr. Perina’s achievements,…

Drs. Charlton and Mutter Receive Awards

UVA School of Medicine’s Office of Faculty Affairs and Development has announced award recipients for 2019. Among the winners are two of our own faculty members. Nathan Charlton, MD received…

Our New ED is Open!

Yesterday, a ribbon cutting ceremony

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Wyoming Board of Medicine




IMPORTANT PHYSICIAN RENEWAL INFORMATION


ATTENTION PHYSICIANS: Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the Wyoming Board of Medicine has adopted an emergency rule extending the current license expiration date of its licensees from June 30, 2020, to September 30, 2020. Licensed physicians will need to renew their licenses on or before 5:00 pm, September 30, 2020. The renewal application system is scheduled to open in July 2020. As in previous years, the Board will send renewal reminders to its licensees both by mail and e-mail when renewals have officially opened.  

Beginning April 6, 2020, you will be able to use the Print My License tool on the Board’s website to print a copy of your license with the updated expiration date. If you would like a mailed copy of your updated license, please call the Board office at (307) 778-7053 or  by e-mailing wyomedboard@wyo.gov 

The Online Physician Assistant Renewal

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