Rauscher

Rau·scher

(row'shĕr),
Frank J., 20th-century U.S. oncologist. See: Rauscher virus.
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Harrington said: "He was bought by a German agent, Ronald Rauscher, and he's leaving my yard.
Director of professional education and development for UK and Ireland, and Nordics & DACH Vision Care at JJV, Dr Kamlesh Chauhan, and global director of strategic business innovation at Transitions Optical, Catherine Rauscher, shared that the partnership combines the respective strengths of each company to deliver a best-in-class vision care innovation to patients.
Rauscher, III, PhD and Qing Chen, M.D., PhD to focus at the mechanisms at the very onset of the metastatic process and how the primary breast cancer tumor burden promotes, migrates and activates metastasis to distant organs specifically in the brain.
The sequel to "Princess Truly in I Am Truly" by the team of author Kelly Greenawalt and illustrator Amariah Rauscher, Princess Truly is back in the second Princess Truly adventure, "Princess Truly in My Magical, Sparkling Curls".
Gallen is selling its Swiss compression specialist Swisslastic AG St Gallen as well as its majority shares in Venosan Brasil, Venosan China and Venosan Canada to German-Austrian medical device supplier Lohmann and Rauscher, the company said.
Rauscher, de la Universidad de Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Gordon L.
The hitch in this plan was that the position (or location), and momentum cannot be accurately measured nor can the energy and time be scientifically accurately measured, i.e., the Heisenberg uncertainty principle (Rauscher, 1972).
Eric Rauscher, founder of Dallas-based distributor CryoUSA, said the company supports some form of regulation and specifically trains buyers of the machines not to make medical claims.
Troy Streckenbach, Brown County executive, Richard Heidel, Flobart Village president, Paul Rauscher, CEO of EMT, and Wim van den Bosch, CEO of MPS, were all on hand to participate in the ribbon cutting.
(Joyce) Hazel; aunts and uncles, Mary Erwin, David and Lee Hazel, James Hazel, Mary and John Rauscher and Kathleen and Justin Ball; cousins, Brian Erwin, Elizabeth, Alyson and Caroline Rauscher, Audrey, David and Jillian Hazel, and Cailin and Mary Ball; friends, and classmates.
"There is a drastic, unmet need to look at new ways to define exactly how colon cancer forms in the gut and what triggers its progression into a lethal form," said Frank Rauscher, III, Ph.D., a professor in The Wistar Institute Cancer Center.