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Commentary: The History of Neurosurgery at Albany Medical College and Albany Medical Center Hospital, Albany, New York.


DECHEMA Prize for Dörthe Rother/DECHEMA Early-Career Researcher Prize for Pierre Stallforth/NCK Prize for David Margulies.

Promising Immuno-Oncology Treatments Beyond the 2018 Nobel Prize.


Sackler Prize in Physical Sciences 2019/Innovation Prize in Medicinal/Pharmaceutical Chemistry.

Otto Hahn Prize for Martin Jansen / EU-40 Materials Prize for Laura Na Liu / Kabiller Prizes.

2018 BCVS Honorees: Louis N. and Arnold M. Katz Basic Research Prize.

A comment by Prof. Mibel Aguilar-2018 recipient of the Australian Society for Biophysics' McAulay-Hope Prize for Original Biophysics.

Who is driving change, and where is it taking us? Interview with an expert.

In addition to providing critical behavioral health services for those with mental health issues and substance use disorders, some Community Mental Health Centers (CMHCs) in the United States have begun integrating primary care services, referred to as "reverse integration". Representing the interests of CMHCs across the United States, the National Council for Behavioral Health (NCBH) represents over 3,000 member organizations delivering mental health and/or addictions treatment and services to roughly 10 m...

Antibodies Used to Detect Glaucoma-Associated Myocilin: More or Less Than Meets the Eye?

Antibodies are key reagents used in vision research, indeed across biomedical research, but they often do not reveal the whole story about a sample. It is important for researchers to be aware of aspects of antibodies that may affect or limit data interpretation. Federal agencies now require funded grants to demonstrate how they will authenticate reagents used. There is also a push for recombinant antibodies, enabled by phage display technology awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, which allow for thor...

Understanding What Information Is Valued By Research Participants, And Why.

There is growing public demand that research participants receive all of their results, regardless of whether clinical action is indicated. Instead of the standard practice of returning only actionable results, we propose a reconceptualization called "return of value" to encompass the varied ways in which research participants value specific results and more general information they receive beyond actionable results. Our proposal is supported by a national survey of a diverse sample, which found that receiv...

Profile and scientific output of researchers recipients of CNPq productivity grant in the field of medicine.

This study aimed to evaluate the scientific production of researchers in the field of Medicine who receive a productivity grant from the CNPq.

Between Cardiology and Urology: Werner Forssmann's Double Career.

Werner Forssmann (1904-1979) was awarded the Nobel Prize for his self-experiments in catheterization of the heart and thus entered the annals of medicine. But he had turned to urology long before he received the Nobel Prize. Who was this person associated with both cardiology and urology? It is precisely this question that the present article explores with the help of both new and reevaluated primary sources. In 1999 Truss et al. already published an article in the World Journal of Urology about the many an...

The Inviolability of Individual Civil Rights: Lessons from the National Socialist Past of German Public Health - Speech of the 2018 Winner of the Johann-Peter-Frank Prize.

The speech deals with the role of the German Public Health Service during the period of national socialism and some resulting consequences for the present public health activities in Germany.

Supported employment: Meta-analysis and review of randomized controlled trials of individual placement and support.

Supported employment is a treatment whereby those with severe mental illness (or other disabilities) receive aid searching for competitive employment and mental health (or other) treatments concurrently. The most popular implementation of supported employment is individual placement and support (IPS). We conducted meta-analytic analyses of the randomized controlled trials of IPS. We found that subjects in IPS, compared to usual treatment conditions, had better vocational outcomes (obtained any competitive e...

Body representations and cognitive ontology: Drawing the boundaries of the body image.

The distinction between body image and body schema has been incredibly influential in cognitive neuroscience. Recently, researchers have begun to speculate about the relationship between these representations (Gadsby, 2017, 2018; Pitron & de Vignemont, 2017; Pitron et al., 2018). Within this emerging literature, Pitron et al. (2018) proposed that the long-term body image and long-term body schema co-construct one another, through a process of reciprocal interaction. In proposing this model, they make two as...

Drama at the Nobel Peace Prize Press Conference.

JVR/ESM Prize 2019 Awarded to Prof. Lydia Sorokin.

Correction: Amido Ca(ii) complexes supported by Schiff base ligands for catalytic cross-dehydrogenative coupling of amines with silanes.

Correction for 'Amido Ca(ii) complexes supported by Schiff base ligands for catalytic cross-dehydrogenative coupling of amines with silanes' by Natalia V. Forosenko et al., Dalton Trans., 2018, 47, 12570-12581.

The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 2018: Added value - and reflection - for participants, institutes and disciplines.

Since 1951, Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings have promoted scientific exchange between laureates and young researchers across generations and cultures. In 2018, the conference on Lake Constance focusing on "Physiology/Medicine" brought together 39 Nobel Laureates and 600 young scientists from 84 countries. This empirical contribution illustrates added value that the extraordinary offer of knowledge and experience by so many Nobel Laureates has for young participants, institutes and disciplines, and it provide...

Women at work: Changes in sexual harassment between September 2016 and September 2018.

Over the last two years, awareness about the sexual mistreatment of women has stunned the world. According to analysis by the New York Times, the defeat of Hilary Clinton and election of Donald Trump spurred a women's movement in the US that began in November of 2016 and resulted in protests across the country, including the largest single-day protest in history on January 21, 2017. Later that year, the #MeToo movement (starting in October 2017) and subsequent #TimesUp movement (starting in January 2018) ga...

Collaborating to advance interdisciplinary care for individuals with arthrogryposis.

This Special Issue on Interdisciplinary Care in Arthrogryposis highlights a collection of articles spanning topics in interdisciplinary care, genetic discoveries, and clinical research. An international group of clinicians and researchers from various backgrounds who attended the "3rd International Symposium on Arthrogryposis", held in Philadelphia, September 24-26, 2018, were invited to contribute to this issue. The goal of the 2018 Symposium and of this Special Issue is to provide momentum to advancing ev...

Ethnography for Radiographers: A Methodological Insight for Prospective Researchers.

In recent years, ethnography has become a methodology of choice for exploring radiographic practices. This article adds to the existing evidence base by providing detailed methodological accounts of two experienced researchers. It aims to provide a critical methodological lens to prospective researchers who may also use ethnography as their methodology of choice. The author's reflect on their experiences of utilising ethnography as a methodological approach. Here, accounts of the original tools aligned to u...

Correction to: , by Caetano GF, Wang W, Chiang W-H, Cooper G, Diver C, Blaker JJ, Frade MA, and Bártolo P. 3D Print Addit Manuf 2018;5(2):127-137. DOI: 10.1089/3dp.2018.0012.

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Graphical Depiction of Statistical Information Improves Gambling-Related Judgments.

The domain of gambling is rife with both diagnostic and non-diagnostic information. Previous studies examining scratch card gambling have demonstrated that people are often biased by intuitively appealing, yet non-diagnostic information (i.e., unclaimed prize information). The current study investigated how varying the presentation format of a diagnostic piece of information (i.e., payback percentage) could influence participants' use of this information when in conflict with unclaimed prize information. We...

Pedro Brugada and Peter Schwartz share the Lefoulon-Delalande Foundation Scientific Prize 2019.


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