Biederman

Bie·der·man

(bē'dĕr-măn),
Joseph, 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Biederman sign.
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Contact: Andie Biederman Fish Consulting 954-893-9150 abiederman@fish-consulting.
Ask Greg Biederman, CEO of Nylon Corp of America, about the natural gas spikes this past winter.
CHARLES BIEDERMAN is a 'must' for any serious, college-level arts library and provides a definitive monograph on the American artist who exhibited his work to a wide audience.
Artist Charles Biederman (1906-2004) had a long life and a long career during which he wrote 14 books and many articles and created art that attracted the support of Pierre Matisse, Katherine Kuh, and Clement Greenburg, among others.
The key is to process the interacting objects that comprise a scene more quickly than unrelated objects, according to corresponding author Irving Biederman, professor of psychology and computer science in the USC Dornsife College and the Harold W.
Joseph Biederman conducted research that aggressively broadened the definition of bipolar disorder.
The book was put together with the help of journalist and longtime collaborator Patricia Ward Biederman and features an interesting element: Commentaries by others, academic and otherwise, about the essay preceding it.
Joseph Biederman reported at the annual congress of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology.
Biederman, who is chief of the clinical and research program in pediatric psycho-pharmacology and adult ADHD at Massachusetts General Hospital.
His ties to J&J and other drugmakers were criticized in June by Senator Charles Grassley, an Iowa Republican, who said Biederman failed to disclose most of the $1.
Clifford of Auburn; a son in law, Fred Biederman of Lee, N.