Co-Investigator


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A member of the study team other than the investigator—e.g., study coordinator, resident, fellow, attending staff member, other physician, or additional personnel—with close knowledge of a study
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The institute's researchers in epidemiology, toxicology, and environmental science now collaborate with co-investigators from Boston, Brown, Harvard, and Tufts universities and elsewhere.
Fran Bagenal, New Horizons co-investigator, University of Colorado, Boulder
These findings show that all solar system objects, including the terrestrial planets, meteorites and comets, are anomalous compared to the initial composition of the nebula from which the solar system formed," said Bernard Marty, a Genesis co-investigator from Centre de Recherches Petrographiques et Geochimiques in Nancy, France.
Alan Delamere, co-investigator for MRO's HiRISE instrument, Delamere Support Services, Boulder, Colorado
Ran Schwarzkopf, co-investigator and chief resident, New York University Hospital for Joint Diseases, and his research team found that the number of overall complications were significantly higher for the "super-obese" compared to non-obese.
As far as applications, the first thing that comes to mind is using the coating in a hospital environment to contain the spread of microbial infections," says co-investigator Kim Lewis, now a professor of biology at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.
Too young to have witnessed the ravages of the first wave of AIDS and aware that anti-AIDS drug cocktails can keep the illness in check, they are engaging in risky sex, said Wesley Ford, a co-investigator in the study for the county Department of Public Health.
The sharpness of the pictures and their wide field of view may serve to guide follow-up observations by the Hubble Space Telescope, says UIT co-investigator Susan G.
The panel awarded $50,000 to the principal investigator, Scott Sullivan, MD, MSCR and co-investigator, Roger Newman, MD from the Medical University of South Carolina, along with co-investigator, Cody Reynolds, PhD with Clemson University Department of Bioengineering for their innovative work in the development of drug-eluting pessaries for the treatment of preterm birth.
Mark Pegram, co-investigator for the study at the center and an assistant professor at the UCLA School of Medicine.
Charis Eng, MD, PhD, Principal Investigator, and Thomas Frazier, PhD, co-investigator, Cleveland Clinic)
Ziyad Hijazi, director of the Rush Center for Congenital and Structural Heart Disease and co-investigator of the clinical trial at Rush.