Alpers

Al·pers

(al'pĕrz), Avoid the incorrect spellings Alper and Alper's.
Bernard J., U.S. neurologist, 1900-1981. See: Alpers disease.
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She suffered life-threatening seizures as a result of Alpers syndrome and was dealt a serious setback on Friday.
After the child began to show the same symptoms as the others, an MRI of the child's brain revealed a thalamic abnormality, and testing revealed Alpers syndrome caused by POLG gene mutations.
Damen Shipyards has inked a deal with Hamburg-based tug owner Petersen & Alpers.
BRAVE Stacey-Jane Iveson suffered from a combination of POLG1 and Alpers' Syndrome.
A specialist in the history of the region, Alpers (history, U.
These Tiepolos are the subject of "Painting Then For Now: Fragments of Tiepolo at the Ca'Dolfin," a collaboration between Svetlana Alpers, the famed senior art historian; James Hyde, a mid-career abstract painter; and Barney Kulok, a young photographer.
Whether supporting underprivileged children, a hospice program, or the theatre, the Alpers lend a hand and make a difference.
Svetlana Alpers. The Vexations of Art: Velazquez and Others.
In the race for Position 2 on the Eugene School Board, incumbent Charles Martinez and challenger Marc Alpers have vastly different perceptions of what transpired the night of March 9, when the board voted on Superintendent George Russell's recommendations on school choice.
Sandra Robbins, author; Joan Alpers, illustrator; Jeff Olmsted, musical
WHEN ART HISTORIANS SVETLANA ALPERS AND CAROL ARMSTRONG VISITED "MANET AT THE PRADO," A SURVEY OF THE EARLY MODERNIST'S PAINTINGS AND PRINTS WITH SPANISH INFLUENCES, THEY DECIDED THE EXHIBITION WAS NOT ONLY AMONG THE BEST OF 2004, BUT AMONG THE BEST THEY HAD EVER SEEN.
Kirk Nordstrom and Charles Alpers, both USGS research chemists.