Anderson, Roger

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Roger, U.S. orthopedic surgeon, 1891-1971.
Anderson splint - a skeletal traction splint.
Anderson tibial lengthening
Anderson traction bow
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Steven Del Duca, Minister of Transportation, visited the Oshawa GO Station today with Celina Caesar-Chavannes, MP for Whitby, Granville Anderson, MPP for Durham, Roger Anderson, Regional Chair and Chief Executive Officer, Durham Region, Mayor Adrian Foster, The Municipality of Clarington, Greg Percy, Chief Operating Officer, Metrolinx, and Marie-Anna Murat, Senior Director of Communications, VIA Rail Canada, to officially open the new station building.
BioQuest, led by co-founder and managing partner Roger Anderson, is known for its expertise in recruiting boards of directors, CEOs and C-suite executives, along with key functional vice presidents.
She took up tennis at the age of six and has been coached by her father as well as Roger Anderson.
It's after 2pm and there's still no news," said American expat Roger Anderson, 64.
Roger Anderson, at the UK's National Institute for Health Research Biomedical Research Center at Moorfields Eye Hospital, have designed a new eye chart that can detect the first stages of changes in the eye's retina that can lead to AMD.
Roger Anderson, Selly Oak A hole new priority I DON'T know about other areas in Birmingham but Yardley must have the best re-tarmaced pavements in the city whilst the roads remain pot-holed and with broken surfaces which in some cases can be very dangerous, particularly for cyclists.
Nilpa Shah, Steven Dakin and Roger Anderson Visual acuity--more than meets the eye?
Roger Anderson, Technical Evangelist, speaks of Scavitron's global implications “At last the world has a process that can turn the environmental disaster of noxious mine drainage into acid-free, metal-free water.
TAQA has said that it has named Roger Anderson - a veteran of waste-to-energy developer Wheelabrator - as the technical manager for the waste-to-energy plant.
Taqa has appointed Roger Anderson as technical manager for Taqa's waste-to-energy plant.
Senior safety manager Roger Anderson highlighted, "Our approach is part of our ethos, 'safety first, second nature', which is a strategy we are rolling out across our global operations.
The reality of today's competitive IT marketplace underscores the need to deploy agile IT infrastructure resources that take advantage of truly enterprise-class cloud architecture, provide the flexibility to grow and move application workloads, and keep data safe," said Roger Anderson, vice president of system engineering, NetApp.