Galvani


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Gal·van·i

(gahl-vahn'ē),
Luigi, Italian physician and anatomist, 1737-1798. See: galvanism.
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Yale University's Professor Alison Galvani, who led the forecasting project, has warned there is a "rapidly closing window of opportunity for controlling the outbreak and averting a catastrophic toll of new Ebola cases and deaths in the coming months".