Gaddum

Gad·dum

(gad'ŭm),
John H., English pharmacologist, 1900-1965. See: Gaddum and Schild test.
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This week, we particularly welcome NHS Health Scotland, Winchester City Council, Gaddum Centre counsellors in Manchester, High Trees Community Development Trust, Cappagh Browne Utilities and Weber Shandwick PR all in London, Action Against Hunger UK, Forth Valley College in Scotland, Brucom wiring in Stafford, and the Sustainable Travel Collective in Nottingham.
Kenakin is a professor in the Pharmacology Department at University of North Carolina School of Medicine and the recipient of the 2014 Gaddum Memorial Award from the British Pharmacological Society.
Talking about iLink's HealthVault solutions, Anand Gaddum - Health and Life Science Practice Director at iLink said "With people's health information decentralized and isolated, it is difficult for patients and their families to manage and share health information.
The master, a Mr Gaddum, was in fact a museum curator by profession who had been hired to teach the lowest-achieving pupils and was not in fact a particularly effective teacher, he explained.
The vasoactive material extracted into a powder by Von Euler and Gaddum in 1931 was named as substance P (SP), for powder.
However, assays of analytes that differ between samples--termed "comparative" in the 1950s by Gaddum (6) and Finney (7)--are inevitably method dependent and cannot be standardized.
Park authority vice-chairman Hilda Gaddum said: "We've come a tremendously long way, but we still have a long way to go.
Johann-Wilhelm Gaddum, Vice-President of the Bundesbank, said on June 26 that there was no prospect of inflation rearing its ugly head in the 11 first-wave Euro countries.
Gaddum JH, Picarelli ZP: Two kinds of tryptamine receptor.
Tibor Gaddum, of QUARTER MEDIA, said: "Real Time Bidding will be more and more important for the monetization of websites.
Cornelius Rosse, Penelope Gaddum Rosse Eds; Chapter The Pericardium, The Heart and the Great Vessels: In.