Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection recent videos

Recent releases for the Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection of HS Talks. You can search for them in LibrarySearch or directly via the Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection entry on the Online databases and academic journals page in the portal.

Latest releases:

In Viruses and Viral Diseases:

Biodefense  challengesBiodefense challenges
Dr. David Franz – US Army (Retired) and Kansas State University, 

In Iron Channels:

localized cAMP signaling
Prof. Johannes Hell – University of California, Davis, USA

In Retroviruses:

HIV therapy: taking advantage of progressHIV therapy: taking advantage of progress
Prof. Paul Volberding – University of California San Francisco, USA

In Periodic Reports: Advances in Clinical Interventions and Research Platforms:

Peptide YY (PYY) in obesity and diabetesPeptide YY (PYY) in obesity and diabetes
Dr. Nigel Irwin – Ulster University, UK

In Back Pain Management:

 intervertebral disc degeneration
Dr. Frances Williams – King's College London, UK

In Topical Talks:

and treatment 2
Prof. Martin A. Finkel – Rowan University, USA

In The Kidney in Health and Disease:

Pervasive sensing in chronic kidney diseasePervasive sensing in chronic kidney disease
Ms. Maggie Han – Renal Research Institute, USA
Ms. Schantel Williams – Renal Research Institute, USA

In Systems Biology:

Dr. Samik Ghosh – The Systems Biology Institute, Japan

In Design and Analysis of Randomized Clinical Trials:

interactive voice response trials
Mr. Damian McEntegart – Statistical Consultant, UK

In Biology of the Eye:

Dry eye diseaseDry eye disease
Prof. James Wolffsohn – Aston University, UK

Featured talks from previous releases:

Alzheimer's disease: where are we up to?Alzheimer's disease: where are we up to?
Prof. John Hardy – Institute of Neurology, University College 
London, UK
Complement and T cellsComplement and T cells
Prof. Claudia Kemper – NHLBI/NIH, USA
accelerating research on ageing
Prof. Nektarios Tavernarakis – University of Crete, Greece

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