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Bé·rard

(bā-rahr'),
Auguste, French surgeon, 1802-1846. See: Bérard aneurysm.
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OSE Immunotherapeutics has formed a new research collaboration agreement with premier cancer research hospital, Leon Berard Cancer Center in Lyon, France, to use artificial intelligence (AI)-based bioanalysis and bioinformatics to identify novel targets in immuno- oncology.
(1937) de Christian Berard, Natureza Morta (1938) de Georges Braque, Caminho da China (1938) de Gabriel Daragnes, dentre outras (Ministerio da educacao, 1940).
He was preceded in death by his wife Muriel Avanell (Keys) Montgomery in 2008, by his parents, William and Delia (Berard) Montgomery and his brother Earl Montgomery.
Top row, Andrew Ritter, Southern Ag Credit; Jacob Berard, CenterPoint Energy; Jonathan Werne, St.
Brooke Carlson, professor at FIT; Ron Robinson, founder & CEO of BeautyStat.com; Jerome Berard, Berard & Associates; Jana Richele, CMO, Berard & Associates; Maria Corbiscello, president of STUDIO MC2; and Lara Eurdolian, editor at Pretty Connected.
Senior author Anick Berard said that infections during pregnancy are frequent and should be treated.
Study leader Dr Anick Berard, from the University of Montreal in Quebec, said: "Infections are prevalent during pregnancy.
Adrienne Berard; WATER TOSSING BOULDERS; Beacon Press (Nonfiction: History) 26.95 ISBN: 9780807033531
The winners were selected by a group of industry-leading experts in the fields of beauty, design and marketing, including: Jerome Berard, principal, Berard Associates; Dr.
"Es lakou do?" (Is the court asleep?) So runs the storyteller's familiar question at the start of a veillee, a story-telling evening in both Guadeloupe and Martinique, the islands that are the locus for Stephanie Berard's magisterial Theater of the French Caribbean.
On a snowy November night in Waterford, Michigan, Tony Berard was riding his bike on a seven-mile commute down a busy highway so that he could work a midnight shift at a grocery store.