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Himmelfarb Library Annual Report 2012, George Washington University, Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library 2012 Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library, The George Washington University

Himmelfarb Library Annual Report 2012, George Washington University, Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library

Himmelfarb Library Annual Report

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Team Science: Research 2012, University Office for Research, South Dakota State University 2012 South Dakota State University

Team Science: Research 2012, University Office For Research, South Dakota State University

Research: South Dakota State University

CONTENTS:

Wheat [Page] 2
Nutrition [Page] 4
Health Sciences [Page] 5
Mathematics and Statistics [Page] 6
Biofuels [Page] 8
Photovoltaics [Page] 10
Mountain Lions [Page] 12
GISc Center of Excellence [Page] 14
By the Numbers [Page] 16


Imaging And Aesthetics, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Imaging And Aesthetics, Allison Marsh

Section 2: Imaging the Microscopic

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Spotlight On Usc: A.C. Moore Herbarium, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Spotlight On Usc: A.C. Moore Herbarium, Allison Marsh

Section 2: Imaging the Microscopic

No abstract provided.


Why Do We Collect?, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Why Do We Collect?, Allison Marsh

Section 2: Imaging the Microscopic

No abstract provided.


Conclusion Panel, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Conclusion Panel, Allison Marsh

Section 6: Conclusion

No abstract provided.


Influencing Art, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Influencing Art, Allison Marsh

Section 3: Imaging the Fast Moving

No abstract provided.


Listen, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Listen, Allison Marsh

Section 3: Imaging the Fast Moving

No abstract provided.


Photographic Evidence, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Photographic Evidence, Allison Marsh

Section 3: Imaging the Fast Moving

No abstract provided.


Capturing Motion, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Capturing Motion, Allison Marsh

Section 3: Imaging the Fast Moving

No abstract provided.


Spotlight On Usc: Mechanical Engineering, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Spotlight On Usc: Mechanical Engineering, Allison Marsh

Section 3: Imaging the Fast Moving

No abstract provided.


Observing The Minuscule, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Observing The Minuscule, Allison Marsh

Section 2: Imaging the Microscopic

No abstract provided.


Understanding Fracture, Allison Marsh 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Understanding Fracture, Allison Marsh

Section 3: Imaging the Fast Moving

No abstract provided.


Bayesian Credible Sets For A Binomial Proportion Based On One-Sample Binary Data Subject To One Type Of Misclassification, Dewi Rahardja, Yan D. Zhao, Hongmei Zhang 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Bayesian Credible Sets For A Binomial Proportion Based On One-Sample Binary Data Subject To One Type Of Misclassification, Dewi Rahardja, Yan D. Zhao, Hongmei Zhang

Faculty Publications

Interval estimation for the proportion parameter in one-sample misclassified binary data has caught much interest in the literature. Recently, an approximate Bayesian approach has been proposed. This approach is simpler to implement and performs better than existing frequentist approaches. However, because a normal approximation to the marginal posterior density was used in the Bayesian approach, some efficiency may be lost. We develop a closed-form fully Bayesian algorithm which draws a posterior sample of the proportion parameter from the exact marginal posterior distribution. We conducted simulations to show that our fully Bayesian algorithm is easier to implement and has better coverage ...


Agenda-Building Influences On The News Media's Coverage Of The U.S. Food And Drug Administration's Push To Regulate Tobacco, 1993-2009, Caroline D. Foster, James F. Thrasher, Sei-Hill Kim, India Rose, John C. Besley, Ashley Navarro 2012 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Agenda-Building Influences On The News Media's Coverage Of The U.S. Food And Drug Administration's Push To Regulate Tobacco, 1993-2009, Caroline D. Foster, James F. Thrasher, Sei-Hill Kim, India Rose, John C. Besley, Ashley Navarro

Faculty Publications

Citing agenda-building theory, this article examines the influence of three key factors on the news media's coverage of the process of placing tobacco and tobacco products under regulation of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration between 1993 and 2009. We analyzed data from a content analysis of 570 news articles from The New York Times and Washington Post and found that the media published significantly more FDA regulation articles during the Clinton administration than during the Bush administration. Our analysis links that imbalance of media coverage to the influence of the president of the United States (Clinton and ...


Ua94/6/2/6 Lena Annis Papers, WKU Archives 2012 Western Kentucky University

Ua94/6/2/6 Lena Annis Papers, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Collection Inventories

Records created by and about Lena Annis. Series includes term papers and subject notebooks for English, Mathematics, Geography and Education. Also included are Class of 1931 reunion materials.


Bmp3 Suppresses Osteoblast Differentiation Of Bone Marrow Stromal Cells Via Interaction With Acvr2b., Shoichiro Kokabu, Laura Gamer, Karen Cox, Jonathan W. Lowery Ph.D., Kunikazu Tsuji, Regina Raz, Aris Economides, Takenobu Katagiri, Vicki Rosen 2012 Marian University - Indianapolis

Bmp3 Suppresses Osteoblast Differentiation Of Bone Marrow Stromal Cells Via Interaction With Acvr2b., Shoichiro Kokabu, Laura Gamer, Karen Cox, Jonathan W. Lowery Ph.D., Kunikazu Tsuji, Regina Raz, Aris Economides, Takenobu Katagiri, Vicki Rosen

Faculty Publications and Research

Enhancing bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) signaling increases bone formation in a variety of settings that target bone repair. However, the role of BMP in the maintenance of adult bone mass is not well understood. Targeted disruption of BMP3 in mice results in increased trabecular bone formation, whereas transgenic overexpression of BMP3 in skeletal cells leads to spontaneous fracture, consistent with BMP3 having a negative role in bone mass regulation. Here we investigate the importance of BMP3 as a mediator of BMP signaling in the adult skeleton. We find that osteoblasts (OBL) and osteocytes are the source of BMP3 in adult ...


Community Benefit Report For 2012, Children's Mercy Hospital 2012 Children's Mercy Kansas City

Community Benefit Report For 2012, Children's Mercy Hospital

Community Benefits

Fiscal year report on the community benefits provided by Children's Mercy Kansas City to the communities in the Kansas City region.


Teamstepps™ And Narrative Medicine: Towards An Increased Awareness Of “Teamwork” On The Obgyn Third Year Clinical Rotation---A Pilot Study, Kristin Friel MD, Krista Hirschmann PhD 2012 Lehigh Valley Health Network

Teamstepps™ And Narrative Medicine: Towards An Increased Awareness Of “Teamwork” On The Obgyn Third Year Clinical Rotation---A Pilot Study, Kristin Friel Md, Krista Hirschmann Phd

Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology

No abstract provided.


Chemical Hazards Emergency Medical Management (Chemm), Emily Vardell 2012 University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

Chemical Hazards Emergency Medical Management (Chemm), Emily Vardell

Faculty Research, Publications, and Presentations

The Chemical Hazards Emergency Medical Management (CHEMM) website from the National Library of Medicine is designed for first responders and medical providers who are planning for and responding to chemical hazards events. It includes pages tailored to the individual interests of specific groups, including first responders, health care providers, mental health professionals, toxicologists, and more. The featured decision support system CHEMM Intelligent Syndromes Tool allows users to identify the chemical a patient was exposed to in a mass casualty event.


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