What They Didn't Teach You at Medical School
When I graduated I started work in a 950-plus bed then district general hospital,
which subsequently became the flagship teaching hospital of the UK, that is the first
private funding initiative hospital to be built.Not only was it chaotic to move an entire
hospital from one building to another several miles down the road, but I... Brain, Mind and Medicine: Essays in Eighteenth-Century Neuroscience
The idea for a volume on eighteenth-century studies
of brain and behavior originated during a joint
International Society for the History of the
Neurosciences (ISHN) and Theoretical and
Expérimentale et Théorique (TENNET) symposium
held in Montreal in June...
Visual Indexing and Retrieval (SpringerBriefs in Computer Science)
Visual Indexing and Retrieval is a wide-scope research domain which unites researchers
from image analysis and computer vision, to information management.
For nearly twenty years, this research has been extremely active world-wide. With
the advent of social networks conveying huge amount of visual information to the...
Human Retroviral Infections: Immunological and Therapeutic Control
The mechanisms of disease production by infectious agents are presently
the focus of an unprecedented flowering of studies. The field has undoubtedly
received impetus from the considerable advances recently made in the
understanding of the structure, biochemistry, and biology of viruses, bacteria,
fungi, and other parasites....
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