Internet Genetics Resources The genetic Location Database (LDB societies and Publications. The genetics Society of America. Journal of Biological Chemistry. American Medical assoc European Bioinformatics inst http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/genetics/net-resources.html
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Professional Societies And Associations: Medical Science The Network Science list of professional societies and organizations whose members contribute to pharmaceutical research and development and healthcare throughout the world. assoc Prof Howard Morris. Div. of Clinical Biochemistry, inst. of human suffering through genetic medicine and research http://www.netsci.org/Resources/Web/society_medical.html
Extractions: List of Professional Societies for Medical Sciences This section of NetSci provides a starting point to explore the wide range of scientific societies whose members contribute to pharmaceutical research and development. Please notify us if you would like to include your organization in the listing or if the information that is contained in the listing is incorrect. The Alzheimer's Association http://www.aacc.org AACC is an international scientific/medical society of clinical laboratory professionals, physicians, research scientists and other individuals involved with clinical chemistry and other clinical laboratory science-related disciplines. Founded in 1948, the society has 11,000 members and is headquartered in Washington, DC. American Pharmaceutical Association (AphA)
Muscular Dystrophy / Atrophy links to muscular dystrophy / atrophy and other genetic support groups association. The Cyprus inst of Neurology and genetics Guam Lytico and Bodig assoc Ireland, PO Box 1458 genetic Conditions Support Groups genetic societies Clinical Resources http://www.kumc.edu/gec/support/muscular.html
Extractions: From Genetics and Public Policy Studies, Department of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md (Dr Geller); Utah Center for Human Genome Research, Eccles Institute of Human Genetics, University of Utah, Salt Lake City (Dr Botkin); Department of Humanities, Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, Pa (Dr Green); Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, School of Medicine, University of California at Los Angeles (Dr Press); Medical Genetics Branch, National Human Genome Research Institute, Bethesda, Md (Ms Biesecker); Department of Pediatrics, University of Arizona, Tucson (Dr Wilfond); Cancer Center of Southern New Jersey, Camden, NJ (Dr Grana); Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, Pa (Dr Daly); Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, Mass (Ms Schneider); and National Breast Cancer Coalition, Richmond, Va (Ms Kahn).
AAA COUNTRY INTERNATIONAL UNION OF MICROBIOLOGICAL societies (IUMS) 20002004 PROF KIWAMU MINAMISAWA. inst OF genetic ECOLOGY. TOHOKU UNIVERSITY Norgren@climi.umu.se. assoc PROF AGNETA ANDERSSON http://www.iums.org/Societies.htm
Bucknell University societies Am. inst. of Chemical Eng., Am. Soc. for Eng. Education, Am. Soc. for Mechanical Engineers, Am. Soc. of Civil Eng., assoc in polymers, genetic algorithms, Heat and http://neptune.asee.org/sams/webprofiles99/ug325_99.htm
Extractions: Arts and Sciences GENERAL ADMISSION INFORMATION Entrance Requirements: Admission to the College of Engineering requires strong preparation in mathematics and science. Bucknell requires math through trigonometry for all students; for engineering applicants, nearly all are expected to have advanced math preparation including pre-calculus. High school units in chemistry or physics are required for admission to the College of Engineering. The quality of performance is expected to be at the B+ level; SATs are required. For foreign students, the TOEFL is required and a minimum of 550 is required.
Edward Coe, Jr. of Minnesota, 1949 Experience 19541955 Research Fellow in Biological Sciences,California inst. Membership in Professional societies Amer genetic assoc., Bot http://www.maizemap.org/bios/ed_coe.htm
Extractions: Experience: 1954-1955 Research Fellow in Biological Sciences, California Inst. Tech.; 1955-date Research Geneticist, USDA-ARS, Columbia, MO.; 1959-1964 Associate Professor of Field Crops, Univ. of Missouri; 1964-date Professor of Agronomy, Univ. of Missouri; 1977-1991 Research Leader, Plant Genetics Res. Unit, USDA-ARS. Program Goals: Genetic mechanisms of maize and systems of control of plant development; Compile, summarize and interrelate genetic and genome information on maize, its relatives, and related species; Develop and establish continuity for a national-resource database for maize genetics, mapping, and the maize genome.
OBGYN.net - Associations And Societies CHADD Chinese Medical Association Taipei Genetics Society of America Society FloridaBiomedical Society PAMIA - Phila Area Medical inst Association. http://www.obgyn.net/english/provider/assoc.asp
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Annual Reviews Genetics Soc Of Amer; Genetics Society of Australia; Genetics Soc Of PhysiologicalSociety; Public Health assoc For Australia; Royal Astralian Chemical inst. http://www.annualreviews.org/sci-societies/societydirectory.asp
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CEBP Dunning Et Al. 8 (10) 843 common disease in Western societies, witha lifetime prevalence Proc. Am. assoc. Cancer Res., 40 194 T1genetic polymorphisms and development of breast cancer. J. Natl. Cancer inst http://cebp.aacrjournals.org/cgi/content/full/8/10/843?maxtoshow=&HITS=&
ISSXscience Conjugation. Absorption. Biliary excretion. genetic polymorphism. Compound profiles Eurotoxassoc.Eur.Toxicologists and Eur.Soc.Tox. Life Sciences Directory-UK, Members of 5 societies http://www.issx.org/science.htm
Extractions: ISSX Metabolism Science Please send comments, corrections, or suggestions to Webmaster@ISSX.org Conjugation Absorption Biliary excretion Genetic polymorphism Compound profiles Journal Links Scientific societies Popular Links FDA PubMed -Literature searching Pharmweb -pharmaceutical info Pharm/Tox.-Karolinska Inst. Nat.Inst.Health Nat.Lib.Med. EMEA -European Medicinal Evaluation Agency Gordon Research Conference on Drug Metabolism Eurotox -Assoc.Eur.Toxicologists and Eur.Soc.Tox.
Royal Commission On Genetic Modification assoc Prof P Wills).pdf (Evidence assoc Prof PR Horticulture Food Res inst NZLtd (SUB IP0005 Human genetic Society of Australasia, NZ Branch (SUB IP 0059 http://www.gmcommission.govt.nz/publications/PDF_submission.html
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Anthropology Faculty At UTSA and nonhuman primates, anthropological genetics; mmahaney@darwin U Texas-Austin 1994;Res assoc, inst Texan Cults) Complex societies, ceramics, technology http://colfa.utsa.edu/ant/facultypage.htm
Extractions: Full-time Faculty Richard E.W. Adams (PhD Harvard U 1963; Prof) Archaeology, settlement patterns, ceramic analysis, method and theory; Mesoamerica, comparative ancient civilizations; firstname.lastname@example.org Sonia Alconini (PhD U Pittsburgh 2002; Asst Prof) Archaeology of complex societies, states and empires, ethnohistory, settlement patterns, household archaeology, GIS applications to archaeology; Bolivia, the Andes, Latin America; email@example.com Thad Q. Bartlett (PhD Washington U 1999; Asst Prof) Biological anthropology, primate behavior and ecology, human origins; Thailand; firstname.lastname@example.org K. Jill Fleuriet (PhD Stanford U 2003; Asst Prof) Medical anthropology, political economy of health, border studies, chronic illness, women's health, social justice; US-Mexico Borderlands; email@example.com Daniel J. Gelo firstname.lastname@example.org Robert J. Hard (PhD U New Mexico 1986; Assoc Prof) Archaeology, ethnoarchaeology, early agriculture, hunter-gatherers, method and theory, cultural ecology; northern Mexico, American Southwest, Texas; email@example.com
TMBL's Natural Science Links Scripps inst. Natural History societies Linnean Society of London Southern CaliforniaAssociation Nordic Gene Bank (NGB) a Plant genetic Resources (PGR http://www.tmbl.gu.se/links/natsci.html
Extractions: Back to TMBL's Front Page or TMBL's non Natural Science Links Swedish Universities Stockholm University Lund University SUNET (Swedish University NETwork) Chalmers University of Technology ... Scripps Institution of Oceanography Marine Biology Lab:s/Inst:s Yahoo list of Marine Biological Institutes Kristineberg Marine Research Station Havsfiskelaboratoriet, Lysekil Dove Marine Lab, UK ... Cawthron Institute, New Zealand Marine Projects Jeff Levinton's MBWEB Abbreviations of Biomedical Journals Editors of Scientific Periodica Elsevier Science - Home Page Springer Science Ecological Society of America Biological Periodica Journals dealing with invertebrate biology Links to Environmental Science Journals American Society of Limnology and Oceanography MEPS Contents ... Tentacle (Mollusc Newsletter) Electronic Libraries GUNDA Carl Uncover URSUS Maine British Museum (Nat. Hist.) Library
Human Genome Acronym List AES American Electrophoresis Society; AFMR American Federation of Medical AFIP/ARPArmed Forces inst. AGSG Alliance of genetic Support Groups (now genetic http://www.ornl.gov/sci/techresources/Human_Genome/acronym.shtml
Extractions: Human Genome Acronym List maintained by HGMIS for the U.S. D.O.E. Human Genome Program Biotechnology Meetings Calendar Calendar of Training Courses AAAI American Association forArtificial Intelligence AAAS American Association for the Advancement of Science AACC American Association for Clinical Chemistry AACR American Association for Cancer Research AAI American Association of Immunologists AAIP American Association of Investigative Pathologists AANP American Association of Neuropathologists AAP Association of American Physicians ABA Australian Biotechnol. Assoc. ABI Applied Biosystems, Inc. ABIC Agricultural Biotechnology Intl. Conf. ABRF Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities ACE angiotensin-converting enzyme ACEDB A C. elegans database ACMG American College of Medical Genet. ACS American Chemical Society ADA Americans with Disabilities Act AEC Atomic Energy Commission AES American Electrophoresis Society AFMR American Federation of Medical Research AFIP/ARP Armed Forces Inst. of Pathol./Am. Registry of Pathol.
Genetic Books Books on genetic / Rare Conditions Topics BSCS/Advances in genetic Technology, DC Heath Co. subject genetic technology. grade(s) secondary Steps for Steven, Spina Bifida assoc., 1980. subject spina http://www.kumc.edu/gec/allbooks.html
Extractions: Also see: The Family Village Book Store or Library disability-related print material A Guide to Children's Literature and Disability 1989-1994, National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities , National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities, 2001 Children's Book Resource , Disabilities or Special Needs, Waisman Center University of Wisconsin, Madison Band-Aides and Blackboards When Chronic Illness...Or Some Other Medical Problem...Goes To School J Fleitas, Fairfield University, CN Curriculum Books , Cincinnatti Children's Hospital Note: This list was compiled prior to 1996, and is not updated regularly. Newer editions may be available for many of the textbooks, and some publishers have changed names. An Internet search may link to online sources for these or similar materials. Alphabetical by author last name, or publisher for some curricula guides. Author not specified: subject: genetic technology grade(s): secondary Explores biochemistry, genetics, and molecular biology. Asks students to think about the serious implications this technology has for our society. Explores scientific method
Genetics Societies Home Page Links to a number of human and medical genetic societies. Includes educational information and a searchable database. http://www.faseb.org/genetics/
Clan MacLeod - Home Worldwide history and heritage including septs, genetic study, news, articles, gatherings, message board, international contacts and eNewsletter. http://www.clan-macleod.com/
Extractions: Read the official press release here August 2001: Chief John and the Cuillin sale featured in a colour supplement of The Times, Tuesday August 21st Download the Proposed Constitution Resolution, to be voted upon at the Christchurch, New Zealand gathering (MS Word format), or view it online here March 2000: Details about the proposed sale of the Cuillin Download the responses to the questionnaire regarding the proposed changes to the ACMS Constitution in MSWord format, or view it online here July 2000 : Chief John issued a press release regarding the Crown Estate investigation on his ownership of the Cuillin mountains.