Yamashiro earned a Doctor of Medicine
at the University of the Ryukyus in Okinawa, Japan.
A graduate of Johns Hopkins University, he earned a BMS degree at Dartmouth Medical School and his Doctor of Medicine
at Harvard Medical School.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services wrote in a recent letter to state survey agency directors that 1) optometrists with a doctor of optometry degree may qualify as lab directors performing moderate-complexity procedures that are not within their specialty area if they have 20 continuing medical education (CME) credits in laboratory practice, and that 2) ophthalmologists with a doctor of medicine
degree may qualify as directors of moderate-complexity laboratories if they have at least one year of experience directing or supervising such laboratories or have obtained at least 20 CME credits in laboratory practice.
Many years later, in 1909, Kipling would write the story A Doctor of Medicine
, based on Culpeper's life story.
In 1953 Kettlewell, doctor of medicine
and obsessed moth man, devised and carried out a field experiment with moths outside Birmingham, hoping to provide the world with Darwin's missing evidence.
He graduated from the University of Nebraska with a bachelor' s degree in 1955 and his Doctor of Medicine
Through distance education courses, seminars and in-service professional development, she went on to obtain a bachelor of science in nursing, followed by a doctor of medicine
degree from McMaster University.
She earned both her bachelor of science and doctor of medicine
degrees from that school.
Judge Thomas Joseph told him: "Parents put their very young children into your hands for a surgical and delicate operation believing, as you intended them to believe, that you were a trained and qualified doctor of medicine
English doctor of medicine
, philanthropist, and man of letters known for his Family Shakspeare (1818), in which, by expurgation and paraphrase, he aimed to provide an edition of the plays suitable for a father to read aloud to his family without fear of offending their susceptibilities or corrupting their minds.
Perhaps the most significant trend, however, was the steady growth in the percentage of the population living in communes that had at least one first-order practitioner (an Old Regime physician or higher-level surgeon or a new-style doctor of medicine
or surgery, as opposed to a lower-level surgeon or health officer).
And, while I'm not a doctor of medicine
, I am a doctor of criminal justice.