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The sad news about the death of Acad. Yucel Kanpolat (September 17, 2016), a famous scholar, a pioneer in the field of neurosurgery, and a friend of the Republic of Macedonia, saddened the members of the Editorial Board of the journal PRILOZI of the Department of Medical Sciences of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts, of which he was a member, as well as the other members of the Academy. Yucel Kanpolat was an international figure, linking Turkey to almost every country in the world. Neurosurgery ha...
Hyperkyphosis is often accompanied by forward head and shoulder postures. Together, these three disorders are called "Upper Cross Syndrome (UCS)". We aimed to perform a photogrammetric analysis of UCS among teachers and to determine the effects of National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) exercises with ergonomic training interventions on the syndrome.
Vets and have been elected fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences.
The article describes and analyzes the second day of the Constituent Session of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences held on December 21, 1944, during which the elections of academic - secretaries and members of the bureau of branches took place at three parallel meetings. I. P. Razenkov was elected the academician-secretary of the department of biomedical sciences (OMBN), V. F. Zelenin - оf the Department of Clinical Medicine (OKM) , F. G. Krotkov - of the Department of Hygiene, Microbiology and Epidemiol...
The article considers the third day of the Constituent Session of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences (the USSR AMS) held on December 22, 1944. In the beginning, the Presidium of the Academy was elected. After the elections, the full members of the AMS - representatives of various medical specialties spoke. Each of them presented one's vision of development of medicine. Among speakers were A. V. Palladin, V. P. Osipov, M. S. Malinovsky, F. G. Krotkov, V. F. Zelenin, N. I. Grashchenkov, V. P. Filatov, Ya. O...
This article memorializes Walter Mischel (1930 -2018). Mischel was a professor at the University of Colorado (1956 -1958), Harvard University (1958 -1962), Stanford University (1962-1983), and Columbia University (1983-2018). During this time, Mischel was recognized as a transformative figure in the field: he received the Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award from the American Psychological Association in 1982, was elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1991, and was inducted...
Professor Rudolf Mikhailovich Alexakhin passed away on 2 May 2017. He was born on December 15, 1936 in the city Korolev, near Moscow. In 1954, R. Alexakhin graduated from high school with a gold medal and entered Moscow University (Moscow State University). Subsequently, he defended his PhD thesis in 1963 and his dissertation for the degree of doctor of biological sciences in 1974. In 1985, the Higher Attestation Commission of the USSR awarded him the title of Professor in Radiobiology. In 1988, he was elec...
We introduce a mathematical framework that allows one to carry out multiscalar and multigroup spatial exploratory analysis across urban regions. By producing coefficients that integrate information across all scales and that are normalized with respect to theoretical maximally segregated configurations, this framework provides a practical and powerful tool for the comparative empirical analysis of urban segregation. We illustrate our method with a study of ethnic mixing in the Los Angeles metropolitan area.
Some researchers have claimed that former National Football League (NFL) players are at increased risk for suicide as a clinical feature of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). This review examines the literature on risk for suicide in former professional football players, and the association between suicide and CTE.
The National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) published treatment targets for US patients with plaque psoriasis. However, data are lacking on how well existing therapies help achieve these goals.
Key topics discussed in this article were previously presented at the Center for AIDS Research Social and Behavioral Sciences Network's 12th National Scientific Meeting in August 2018. This article highlights the importance of behavioral and social sciences research (BSSR) in addressing the HIV/AIDS pandemic.