Gairdner


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Gaird·ner

(gārd'nĕr),
William T., Scottish physician, 1824-1907. See: Gairdner disease.
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Our study was funded by the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Research Advisory Committee and supported by the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Research Foundation.
Aside from the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine he received in 1998, Furchgott has also got a Gairdner Foundation International Award for his groundbreaking discoveries (1991) and the Albert Lasker Award for Basic Medical Research (1996), the latter with Ferid Murad.
In the essay, Gairdner talks about this "most foolhardy social experiment," where same-sex marriage is not a right, same-sex persons cannot "unite" in "conjugality," and love" is no argument for state benefits.
He was in Toronto to share the 2008 Gairdner International Award, sometimes called the "Canadian Nobel," with a Harvard Medical School researcher.
The study was approved by the ethics committee of the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital.
The young Anglo-Scot William Temple Gairdner (1873-1924) was a CMS missionary in Cairo.
From left: Clare Shanks, Maureen Lee, Tony Collins, Sophy Gairdner and Dr Vivienne Zinober, support Janardan Dhasmana outside the General Medical Council yesterday
Langer has received over 200 major awards including the Gairdner Foundation International Award (78 recipients have subsequently received a Nobel Prize) and the Lemelson-MIT prize, the world's largest prize for invention, for being "one of history's most prolific inventors in medicine.
Establishing a round-the-clock service is the culmination of two years of planning, with hundreds of paramedics trained in early diagnosis and protocols to fast-track patients to expanded stroke treatment services at Sir Charles Gairdner (SCGH) and Fiona Stanley hospitals.
Meyler's family, including his mother Melanie, flew to Australia after the attack and spent time at the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, where the 21-year-old was being treated.
double dagger]) DAvMed, BA, FFOM, FANZCA, ASCExAM, PGDipCU, Specialist Anaesthetist, Sir Charles Gairdner and Joondalup Hospitals, Perth and Professor and Discipline Leader in Anaesthesia, School of Medicine Fremantle, University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle, Western Australia; Ultrasound Education Group, Department of Pharmacology, University of Melbourne.
In The Book of Absolutes, William D, Gairdner provides a potent weapon for the struggle against today's sophistical rcductiomsm that threatens intellectual clarity and moral certainty.