Breslow

Bres·low

(bres'lō),
Alexander, U.S. pathologist, 1928-1980. See: Breslow thickness.
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1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- With the $200,000 grant over three years from the Jewish Community Foundation (The Foundation), the Elaine Breslow Institute at Beit T'Shuvah (BTS), a faith-based recovery and rehabilitation program, will train hundreds of clergy and Jewish educators to identify and support those suffering from addiction or on the verge of addiction to seek help.
The Boston Red Sox have signed Craig Breslow to a one-year $2 million deal adding a lefty in their bullpen.
Like the work of Cram and Breslow, Rebek's research also leads to an improved understanding of how large molecules found in biological systems function.
Craig Breslow will turn 35 in August, but seems older than that.
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Chemist Ronald Breslow of ColumbiaUniversity in New York City is also interested in building a ferromagnet out of a crystalline material.
Left-handed relief pitcher Craig Breslow and the Boston Red Sox finalized their $2 million, one-year contract.
25 /PRNewswire/ -- The Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF) today announced that Ronald Breslow, groundbreaking researcher, inspiring teacher, tireless leader, prolific author, and energetic spokesperson for the world of chemistry, has been selected to receive the 2006 Othmer Gold Medal.
Breslow of New York's Rockefeller University and their colleagues there and at several other institutions have been able to associate particular forms of the apo-B gene with heightened risk of heart attacks.
Corel, through the training it is offering, has set a standard for what we hope software vendors can bring," said Gail Breslow, Director of the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network.
Breslow was a key part of the Boston's bullpen in 2013, when the Red Sox won the World Series.