Nyhan

Ny·han

William L., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Lesch-Nyhan syndrome.
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I think it's important that during an interview you are able to speak the same vocabulary," said FAU's Nyhan.
In his presidential address to the Society of Pediatric Research, William Nyhan introduced the term "behavioral phenotype" as "behaviors which are an integral part of certain genetic disorders," illustrating the point by emphasizing the role of organic and genetic factors in aggressive self-mutilation seen in Lesch-Nyhan syndrome.
Interestingly, no definitive history of the plant had ever been completed until Miriam Nyhan embarked on a three year long project to finally document the history of the Ford plant.
The president is able to use his position of power and provide the public information on his policies and actions which has profound influence over other sources of information (Fritz, Keefer, & Nyhan, 2004).
Lesch-Nyhan disease was first described in 1964, by two physicians named Michael Lesch and William Nyhan.
Brand managers have long been asking for standard benchmarks to measure the effectiveness of their online campaigns, " said Nick Nyhan, president of Dynamic Logic.
Debbie Bowe, Jane Nyhan, Nicola Thorne, and Cathy Kennedy will be working with key organisations across Wales.
Ron Nyhan is coordinator, Masters of Nonprofit Management degree program, Florida Atlantic University, Fort Lauderdale.
So according to David Nyhan, Al Gore sounded ``crisp.
As David Nyhan wrote in The Boston Globe a couple of years ago, the congressional Republicans are "kept in power by a precarious balance of conservative party regulars and radical religious fringe elements," and Jeffords is one of those regulars.
In his article, entitled "John Rock made it possible for women to have a life," Nyhan states that "Nothing has done as much to reduce the dependence of women upon men as the pill that freed them from unwanted pregnancy.