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Ph.D.

Abbreviation for the degree Doctor of Philosophy.
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Despite government support for Ph.D. scholarships in recent years, the country still needs to establish research-enabling policies on equipment and material procurement.
Aaron Gitler, Ph.D., a neuroscientist and genetics expert whose work has focused on understanding the cellular consequences of protein misfolding to suggest potential strategies for therapeutic intervention.
Ph.D. Belgium: Evangelical Theological Faculty, 2015.
A total of 3142 Ph.D. have benefitted from the scheme.
After constructing the annual counts for each field from 1975 to 2005, Groen presents two pieces of evidence to demonstrate that the counts are a credible measure of demand for new Ph.D. recipients.
7) are: Valerie Andre-Frei Ph.D. of BASF Beauty Care Solutions; Stephanie Biagini of BASF Corporation; Kim Capone Ph.D.
Volume 7--1997/1998 Editors Thomas Skalko, Ph.D., TRS/CTRS Glen Van Andel, Re.D., CTRS
Phil Dawson, Ph.D. Associate Professor & Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla
The hypothesis is pretty simple, and probably a natural for the four doctorate holders who conducted the study: " substantial effort and knowledge acquisition is necessary to complete the advanced coursework and execute unique research required to obtain a Ph.D. degree.
David Bruce Conn, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences, Berry College.
Chris Rahn, Ph.D. Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, 150A Hammond Building, University Park, PA 16802 (814) 865-6237, cdtahn@psu.edu