Schaffer

Schäf·fer

(shā'fĕr),
Max, German neurologist, 1852-1923. See: Schäffer reflex.

Schaeffer,

(Schäffer), Max, German neurologist, 1852-1923.
Schaeffer reflex - great toe dorsiflexion produced by pinching the Achilles tendon.
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"Someone you knew five or 10 years ago may know the CEO at a company you want to work at," says Schaffer, who lived in Japan for 15 years and used LinkedIn to grow his network once he moved stateside.
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Stanley Schaffer of the University of Rochester (N.Y.) reported in a poster.
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The Institute, also known as J-Lab, was started in 2002 by Jan Schaffer at the University of Maryland-College Park.