Gairdner


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Gaird·ner

(gārd'nĕr),
William T., Scottish physician, 1824-1907. See: Gairdner disease.
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The CBH Group has completed the first of the permanent storage expansion projects for this year's harvest, with works at the Gairdner receival site today unveiled to growers and industry stakeholders.
(1) Department of Rheumatology, University of Western Australia, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth, Australia
We seen fun oot we shar't the same interests, me in the gairden, Jim's lowe o Scottish Country Dancin an accordion playin an George a dab haun on the fiddle inspir't bi fella gairdner, maestro Hector McAndrew fa wis the heid mannie at Fyvie Castle Gardens.
Summary: Toronto [Canada] April 3 (ANI/ NewsVoir): The Gairdner Foundation announced the 2019 Canada Gairdner Award laureates, recognising Goa and Boston-based Vikram Patel, Ph.D., F.
Elledge is the Gregor Mendel Professor of Genetics and Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital; an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute; and is a recipient of the Lasker Award, Gairdner International Award and The Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences.
Gairdner explains in his 2010 book, The Trouble with Canada ...
In the New England Journal of Medicine, where the case was first published, medical staffer Felicity Lee and her colleagues at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Nedlands, Western Australia, warned readers that while the nurse - a highly trained professional -  was able to take the necessary measures to prevent his own heart attack, it is not something that is recommended to patients with no medical expertise.
The principal referral hospital for this satellite dialysis unit (Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital) had a three month waiting list at the start of the project.
26, I was in Toronto to attend this year's Gairdner Awards gala.
Gairdner (New York and London: Encounter Books, 2015)
Melanie was at his bedside when he passed away at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Perth.
Gairdner presents students, academics, and researchers with an investigation of the gap between liberal and conservative ideology, and the themes and issues that will make consensus between liberals and conservatives a perpetual impossibility.