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Any author who appears on the 'marquee' after the first-named author of a research report, literature review or other scientific communication
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Whether female academics are disadvantaged by gender-sorting behavior will depend on whether research productivity is adversely affected by a lack of opportunities to coauthor and on how administrators measure the individual contributions of coauthors when making decisions on salaries and promotions.
How to move forward with clinical development of the enzyme is still a question," says study coauthor Robert Heft, a molecular biologist and president of IBEX Technologies in Montreal.
Our business case shows that the ROI for these new Wireless Broadband technologies is significantly better than for 3G," stated Bob Larribeau, Principal Analyst at TelecomView and coauthor of this report.
Coauthor, The First Chinese Democracy: Political Life in the Republic of China on Taiwan (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997).
Six of the eight monkeys getting the DNA vaccine produced more antibodies than the two getting the commercial vaccine, study coauthor Donald L.
Brawley's professional activities have included: National Cancer Institute (NCI) Coordinator and Project Officer of the Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial, NCI Coordinator of the Minority Based Community Clinical Oncology Program, and coauthor and associate investigator in several protocols approved by the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center Investigational Review Committee.
One of these outbreaks, in Panama last year, caught the attention of coauthor Karen R.
have found a weak link in the p53-arginine variant," says study coauthor Greg Matlashewski, a geneticist at the McGill University Cancer Centre in Quebec.
Men with this variation make ACE, but they nonetheless show a propensity for high blood pressure, says study coauthor Christopher O'Donnell, a cardiovascular epidemiologist at Framingham.
Newburg, a biochemist at Harvard Medical School in Boston and coauthor of the study, which appeared in the April 18 Lancet.
It approached the puzzle from a different angle--whether people carrying the mutation have a family history of the disease--and it focused on a group with different cancer histories, says coauthor Andrew K.
As such, notes Corine Koopman-Esseboom, a coauthor at Sophia Children's Hospital, it's hard to directly compare the Rotterdam exposures to those reported for U.