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Communication network is established for the next scientific leaders

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The Biomedical Program from the Medical Science Campus at the University of Puerto Rico celebrated the first symposium for graduate students with the title: Breaking Barriers through collaboration: Networking to create opportunities.

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WORKING TOWARDS A CLINICAL TRIAL CULTURE IN PUERTO RICO

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Working towards a clinical trial culture in Puerto Rico

By: Natasha DeLeon-Rodriguez, Ph.D.

Doctors and researchers work towards developing new drugs, new procedures to cure, detect, prevent or treat diseases. But the people, families and patients, have put their trust and life by joining the clinical trials needed to determine if these drugs or procedures worked. The combination of both parts, doctors and patients, are crucial to advance medicine.

Buscando trabajo en Genómica? Posiciones para Programador, Postdoc, Estudiante graduado, subgraduado en Arizona

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La profesora Wilson Sayres está activamente recultando para su laboratorio en la Universidad de Arizonza donde estudia genómica y evolución de mamíferos incluyendo los humanos. Le interesa construir un laboratorio diverso e invita a minorías a solicitar. Posiciones para postdocs, programadores, estudiantes graduados y subgraduados. Pónte en contacto si tienes preguntas. Ver más información abajo:

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Unusual look at bubbles

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A team of scientists, lead by Dr. Silvina Cancelos, is looking at the dynamics of bubbles in the Bubbles Dynamics Laboratory. By understanding the dynamics and interactions of bubbles this group hopes to make important contributions to biomedical science and nuclear energy.

 

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