Co-Investigator


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A member of the study team other than the investigator—e.g., study coordinator, resident, fellow, attending staff member, other physician, or additional personnel—with close knowledge of a study
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Galileo viewed the stripes on Jupiter more than 400 years ago," said Yohai Kaspi, Juno co-investigator from the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, and lead author of a Nature paper on Jupiter's deep weather layer.
O'Malley, with co-investigators Maggie Bara '14, Rebecca Rood '14, Samantha Williams '14 and Sarah Williams '14, characterized and determined the identity of an unknown bacterium isolated from a sink in Testa Science Center and then characterized how innate immune cells respond to this microorganism.
After funding was secured, a parent of a child with special health care needs was hired as the parent co-investigator.
Bone grafting, or moving bone from one body part to another, is a common solution in fields such as orthopedics or dentistry, said John Davies, IBBME co-investigator.
The implication is that we did not form out of the same solar nebula materials that created the sun-just how and why remains to be discovered," said Kevin McKeegan, a Genesis co-investigator from the
as co-investigator for toxicology and environmental science).
Lekh Raj Juneja, a co-investigator in the current study and vice president of Taiyo Kagaku, the manufacturer of the patented Suntheanine, stated that the mice fed Suntheanine tended to eat less.
A National Medal of Science winner, Stone has been a principal investigator on nine NASA spacecraft missions and a co-investigator on five other NASA missions.
GL229 has about four-tenths the mass of the sun, and the planetlike object it harbors orbits much farther away--about 44 times Earth's distance from the sun, says co-investigator Shrinivas Kulkarni of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena.
Ran Schwarzkopf, co-investigator and chief resident, New York University Hospital for Joint Diseases, and his research team found that the number of overall complications were significantly higher for the "super-obese" compared to non-obese.
It has been generally accepted that there is a wide diversity in amino acid sequences and sources of antimicrobial peptides," says study co-investigator Michael Yeaman, a professor of medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
12, 1992, she conducted experiments in the life sciences and material sciences and was a co-investigator of the Bone Cell Research experiment.