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Wäch·ter

(vak'tĕr),
Herman J.G., 20th-century German pathologist. See: Bracht-Wächter lesion.
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Wachter, MD, a professor at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the board of governors for The Doctors Company.
In our American Economic Review article tided "Immigration and Neighborhood," Albert Saiz and I (Saiz and Wachter 2011) provide evidence on the segregation of immigrants and native-born populations, and the consequent neighborhood sorting by income and ethnicity.
A $1 million investment James and his business partner Maverick Carter - along with financial advisor Paul Wachter of Main Street Advisors - made in Blaze Pizza during 2012 has reportedly grown to $25 million, according to (http://www.
Currently, Dr Wachter works as a professor and chair of the Department of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, and a thought leader in organization of care, quality, patient safety and digital health.
Till von Wachter is an associate professor of economics at the University of California, Los Angeles.
It covers subject matter included in the original, 'parent' case that led to issuance of US Patent 8,530,675 in September 2013, covering its novel process for synthesizing rose bengal and related analogs, said the company's CTO Eric Wachter.
The review study, "Organic Agriculture in the 21st Century," is featured as the cover story for February issue of the journal Nature Plants and was authored by John Reganold, WSU regents professor of soil science and agroecology and doctoral candidate Jonathan Wachter.
The Virtual Piano Pedagogue is a completely new video master course in the great piano literature presented by pianist and Steinway Artist Claire Wachter.
Both acquisitions strengthen the company strategically and operationally in a challenging protective packaging market segment," said Daniel Wachter, president of Storopack North America.
Author and lawyer Philippe Sands, a grandson of a Holocaust survivor, interviews Hors von Wachter and Niklas Frank, whose fathers served in the SS, with the latter's convicted of murder during the Nuremberg Trials that took place after the Second World War.
Author and lawyer Philippe Sands, grandson of a Holocaust survivor, interviews Hors von Wachter and Niklas Frank, whose fathers served in the SS, with the latter's convicted of murder during the Nuremberg Trials that took place after the Second World War.
As the three travel across Europe, taking in the sights of some of the war's most heinous crimes, Frank readily admits to his father's butchery while von Wachter remains in deep denial, prompting the filmmaker to speculate he may have Nazi sympathies.