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Shannon L. Holt
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Raleigh, NC 27606
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December 21, 2007
Beth McLendon-Avrvik, Pharm.D
Pharmacy Residency Program Director
Duke University Medical Center
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Answers due by 9:00 am on Monday, April 16.
An aggressive B cell lymphoma sent to the clinic laboratory for testing was
identified as PKM2 positive, with a c-myc amplification and three-fold overexpressi
The following are a few examples of thank you letters found on the career and job
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Cognitive Psychology (PSYC 220/COGS 200)
Brian E. Butler, Ph.D. Room 358 Humphrey Hall
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e-mail: [email protected]
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Signal detection theory
One of the most important tasks the brain has to do is to detect appropriate signals within noise. A lot
of mathematical techniques have been developed to measure how well
Introduction to Cancer Biology
Tumor Suppressors and Oncogenes"
Jaime F. Modiano, VMD, PhD"
MCRB 560-F or VMC 410 (CVM)"
Participants will be able to use and understand
BASIC INTERVIEW QUESTIONS
1. Why do you want to work/study here?
2. Tell me about yourself.
3. Why are you interested in our organization?
4. What are the two or three most important things to you in a position/program?
5. What kind of work do you want to
Below are the directions for a presentation project to be developed by each of
you. The final product will be a powerpoint slide file and a class presentation. There are
no requirements to build any hardware or software.
Supplementary materials and methods.
Antibodies for immunofluorescence
Samples were incubated with primary antibodies for 53BP1 (polyclonal 1:1000, Biomol or
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John B Black
Situated and Distributed Cognition
Traditional Cognitive theories just look at information processing
with the mind/brain
But information also flows between minds an
Cell Biology and Cancer
Cancers result when genes required for normal cell function are mutated and the resulting cells undergo other
changes, ultimately leading to uncontrolled growth. Two classes of these genes are proto-oncogenes and
Cognitive Neuroscience: Fall 2011
Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience (Psych 611)
Professor: Deborah Hannula
This class meets Mon/Wed, 3:30-4:45 pm, in Lubar Hall, Room S171. Office hours will be held
on Tues from 3-5 pm or by appointment, in
Pedagogy Meets Neuroscience
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aving acknowledged the social and economic value of education, modern societies are increasingly
making concerted efforts to improve schooling at all age levels.
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Attention is an Important
In a recent book M. Posner and M. Rothbart (Educating
the Human Brain, 2006, APA) have stressed that being
skilled in attention is impor
Interacted with customers in a busy, crowded restaurant
Operated computer/cash register and enthusiastically accepted payments from customers
Assisting kitchen staff with food preparation
Performed duties as supervisor when necessa
TEACHERS COLLEGE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
H UD5023 Cognitive Development
Fall, 20 1 2 , Wed. 3:00 -4:40 P.M.
P rof. Deanna Kuhn, 554 Dodge Hall, office hrs. Thurs. 2 -4 PM.
P hone: 212 -678-3885 Email: d [email protected]
C o urse assistant: V alerie Khait Ema
Cognitive Studies in Education
Department of Human Development
Major Code: COGN
Teachers College, Columbia University
Department of Human Development
Program of Study Guide in Cognitive Studies in Education
This Academic Program of Study Gui
Interference and Forgetting
Interference is major cause of forgetting
Retroactive Interference (RI)
What learning now interferes with memory of what
learned before the more similar the more the
John B Black
Syntax and Semantics
Noam Chomsky argued that one had separate
knowledge for language syntax (form) and semantics
(meaning) using examples like:
Colorless green ideas sleep furiously
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N OTCH SIGNALING IN NEUROEPITHELI AL DEVELOPMENT
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Cancer-disease characterized by the uncontrolled, abnormal growth of cells
Tumor-an abnormal mass of tissue that results from excessive cell division; may be
benign or malignant
Benign-not cancerous. Unlike ma
Requirements for B.S., Computer Science
The satisfactory completion of 126 credits of prescribed and elective courses is required
for the Bachelor of Science degree. The work comprises twenty-four liberal arts
credits, twenty-five math and science credits
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1. Referring physician orders PET scan. Physicians office staff compiles
clinical support data required for insurance authorization and contacts
Scheduling Dept to schedule exam.
2. Scheduling Dept schedules the exam 1
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