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Effects of poly(ethylene glycol) on the wetting behavior and director configuration of lyotropic chromonic liquid crystals confined in cylinders.

We investigate the effects of poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG) doping on nematic lyotropic chromonic liquid crystals (LCLCs) confined in a cylindrical cavity. First, PEG added to Sunset Yellow (SSY) renders confining glass surfaces nemato-phobic by adsorption. We also confirm that the grafting of PEG to bare glass surfaces changes them from nemato-philic to nemato-phobic. This change in the wetting behavior affects how nematic director configurations form and relax. Additionally, we observe that PEG-doped nemati...


Steering Active Emulsions with Liquid Crystals.

Colloids dispersed in liquid crystals (LCs) diffuse preferentially along the LC director because this direction of displacement generates the lowest hydrodynamic drag. In this paper, we report on active transport of micrometer-sized nematic droplets of 4'-pentyl-4-biphenylcarbonitrile (5CB) propelled through a continuous LC phase formed from aqueous solutions of disodium cromoglycate (DSCG) by Marangoni stresses (generated through addition of sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS)). We observe the nematic droplets to...

Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies Announces New Name.


Surgery Program Director Turnover Correlates With Residency Graduate Failure on American Board of Surgery Examinations in Civilian Residency Programs.

The Review Committee for Surgery requires a minimum program director (PD) tenure of 6 years. The impact of PD turnover on the performance of program graduates is unknown. We hypothesize that (1) the majority of PDs step down before 6-year tenure and (2) higher PD turnover is associated with higher failure rate on American Board of Surgery (ABS) examinations.

The American Association for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology Announces the First Certificate of Added Qualification in Advanced Diagnostic Bronchoscopy.

Pediatric, Surgery, and Internal Medicine Program Director Interpretations of Letters of Recommendation.

Literature describing program director (PD) perceptions of letters of recommendation (LORs) and "code" used by letter writers is limited. In 2016 a survey instrument was distributed nationally to pediatric PDs asking them to rate their interpretations of components of LORs. The results confirmed letter phrases convey code, but these results were not known to be generalizable outside of pediatrics. The purpose of this study was to expand the survey to surgery and internal medicine (IM) PDs looking for areas ...

Regional Standardization of Prostate Multiparametric MRI Performance and Reporting: Is There a Role for a Director of Prostate Imaging?

The purpose of this study was to assess prostate multiparametric MRI (mpMRI) before and after intervention by a director of prostate imaging. Images from prostate mpMRI examinations at four peripheral institutions (five 1.5-T systems) were studied. DICOM headers were analyzed for T2-weighted, DWI, and dynamic contrast-enhanced technical specifications. Reports were retrieved, and a blinded radiologist compared them with those from the regional academic referral center (3-T system) and Prostate Imaging and ...

Dielectric response of electric-field distortions of the twist-bend nematic phase for LC dimers.

Wide band dielectric spectroscopy of bent-shaped achiral liquid-crystal dimers 1″-n″-bis(4-cyanobiphenyl-4'-yl) n-alkanes (CBnCB n = 7, 9, 11) has been investigated in a frequency range 0.1 Hz-100 MHz using planar-aligned cells of sample thicknesses ranging from 2 to 10 (μm) over a temperature range that covers both nematic and twist bend nematic phases. Two peaks in the dielectric spectrum in the higher frequency range are assigned to the molecular relaxation processes. The peak at the highest frequen...

Program Director as Master Adaptive Learner.

Precise Control of Lyotropic Chromonic Liquid Crystal Alignment through Surface Topography.

Many emerging applications, such as water-based electronic devices and biological sensors, require local control of anisotropic properties. Lyotropic chromonic liquid crystals (LCLCs) are an exciting class of materials, which are usually biocompatible and provide uniaxial anisotropy through a director field but, to date, remain difficult to control. In this work, we introduce a simple strategy to realize an arbitrary orientation of LCLCs director field in two dimensions (2D). Our alignment strategy relies o...

A Program Director's Guide to Cultivating Diversity and Inclusion in Radiology Residency Recruitment.

Prof. Aleksandar Josifovich Ignjatovski, Founder and First Director of the Clinic for Internal Medicine and the First Head of the Department of Internal Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine in Skopje, R. Macedonia.

Aleksandar J. Ignjatovski was born in the Smolensk Region, Russia, on 18.03.1875. He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in St. Petersburg in 1899 where he started specialization in internal medicine and continued in Berlin, Heidelberg, Munich and Paris. In 1905 he was elected assistant professor in St. Petersburg, continued as an associate professor in Odessa in 1908 and a full-time professor in 1912 in Warsaw. During the October Revolution, he was the Head of the Internal Clinic in Rostov, and in 1920 ...

Leading Change and Negotiation Strategies for Division Leaders in Clinical Medicine.

Most physician leaders assume their administrative role based on past achievements but with very little leadership training. In this article, leaders of the Association of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Division Directors describe two leadership skills that are often required to effectively lead in a clinical division at an academic or community hospital setting: leading change and negotiation strategy. We adopted our discussion from the business sector and refined the approaches through our own experie...

Understanding the process of implementing nutrition and physical activity policies in a large national child care organization: a mixed-methods study.

Learning Care Group made a three-year commitment with the Partnership for a Healthier America to implement several evidence-based nutrition and physical activity policies in over 900 child care centers. New practices included serving more fruits and vegetables; eliminating sugary drinks and juice; family-style dining; healthier celebrations; limiting screen time; increasing outdoor play time; and supporting breastfeeding. A sequential convergent mixed-methods design was used to describe changes in center pr...

Confronting Arboviruses: María Guadalupe Guzmán MD PhD DrSc Director, Reference Center for Research & Diagnosis Pedro Kourí Tropical Medicine Institute, Havana.

The 1980s were a watershed for Cuban research in medicine and health: significant financing and material resources buttressed a strategy to improve population health through enhanced biopharmaceutical innovation and clinical best practices applied to Cuba's universal public health system. Redirecting research priorities and providing substantial public funding to tackle the top population health problems was a radical idea at the time, especially for a developing country like Cuba. Doing so has become a hal...

Improving men's health: successful initiatives and barriers to progress.

, Director, Global Action on Men's Health ( peter.baker@gamh.org ), discusses initiatives to encourage men to take care of their health and examines the barriers that prevent men from seeking help.

What Happened to the US Diplomats in Havana? Mitchell Valdés MD PhD Director, Cuban Neuroscience Center.

He was born in Chicago, Illinois, USA, but his family is Cuban. After 1959, they returned to the island, where Dr Mitchell Valdés received his medical degree at the University of Havana in 1972. He went on to study clinical neurophysiology, earning his PhD with a dissertation on the auditory system's sensory physiology.

Resignation, violence and filing complaint: social representations of the male aggressor from the perspective of the female victim of aggression.

The scope of this study is to analyze the social representations of the male aggressor from the perspective of the female victim of aggression. It is a qualitative and representational study conducted, using free narrative as the data-gathering tool, with twenty women who were under the protection of the Reference Center in Natal in the State of Rio Grande do Norte. ALCESTE 2010 software was used to analyze the textual data. Three thematic categories were developed for the purpose: i) The imprisonment of wo...

The state of health in the European Union (EU-28) in 2017: an analysis of the burden of diseases and injuries.

The Global Burden of Disease study has generated a wealth of data on death and disability in Europe. At a time of change for the European Union and European Region of WHO, with a new Health Commissioner and Regional Director, respectively, a review of health trends can contribute to identify outstanding needs and gaps. This paper reports a summary of the burden of disease in the European Union (EU) in 2017 (compared with 2007).

John T. Cacioppo (1951-2018).

This article memorializes John T. Cacioppo (1951-2018). Cacioppo was the cofounder of the field of social neuroscience and was well known for his transformative work demonstrating how social isolation and loneliness affect well-being. He was also a national leader on matters related to science and health policy. At the University of Chicago, he was the Tiffany and Margaret Blake Distinguished Service Professor of Psychology, where he served as director of the Social Psychology program and the Center for Cog...

The Power of Persistence: María Amparo Pascual MD MS Founding Director, National Clinical Trials Coordinating Center, Havana.

Throughout the 1980s, Cuban researchers at the country's biotech campus known as the Scientific Pole were making innovative discoveries and began developing unique therapies and vaccines unavailable elsewhere in the world. The pace and level of innovation meant prioritizing the establishment of a dedicated, internationally-certified institute for clinical trials. These and other accomplishments in science and related sectors, coupled with statistics revealing that 53% of all scientists in Cuba are women, pr...

Daniel Callahan (1930-2019).

Daniel Callahan, cofounder of The Hastings Center, prodigious author, and pioneer in bioethics, died on July 16, 2019, three days before his eighty-ninth birthday. Callahan created The Hastings Center with Willard Gaylin in 1969. He served as its director from 1969 to 1983 and president from 1984 to 1996, and he continued as a scholar and president emeritus until his death, publishing books and essays and leading research projects. Tributes published in the days following Callahan's death celebrated him for...

Orientation and Conformation of Two 6Carbohelicenes in Stretched Polystyrene and a Thermoresponsive Polyaspartate.

Two functionalized [6]carbohelicenes, one of which was also available in its two enantiomeric pure forms, were oriented in stretched polystyrene (PS) in CDCl and a recently introduced chiral thermoresponsive lyotropic polyaspartate (Poly (benzyl) (phenethyl) -L-aspartate in C D Cl ). From the resulting H, C residual dipolar couplings (RDCs), the helical pitch of a methylated [6]carbohelicene was determined and found to be in agreement with theoretical predictions and existing crystal structures (d(C2,C2') ...

John B Grant and public health in India.

From 1939 to 1945, John Black Grant a Rockefeller Foundation officer and former Professor of Public Health at the Peking Union Medical College served as the Director of the All Institute of Hygiene and Public Health, Calcutta. Grant's India tenure is important for his efforts to ameliorate the condition of public health in India. Much has been written about Grant's contribution to transforming public health in China but his work in India has not received sufficient attention. This article acquaints readers ...

Climate change is a health issue: what can doctors do?

The visit to Australia by Dr David Pencheon, Founding Director of the National Health Service (NHS) Sustainable Development Unit, in April-May 2018 generated considerable interest and engagement. Dr Pencheon's overarching messages were that climate change is a health issue and that doctors and health systems have an opportunity, and responsibility, to lead climate action. This article distils Dr Pencheon's presentations into three themes: (i) carbon accounting; (ii) transformational change in our systems of...


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