Eske WIllerslev at the 2012 Genomics of Energy & Environment Meting

submitted by: JGI

Eske Willerslev from the University of Copenhagen on "Understanding Historical Human Migration Patterns and Interbreeding Using the Ancient Genomes of a Palaeo-Eskimo and an Aboriginal Australian" at the 7th Annual Genomics of Energy & Environment Meeting on March 21, 2012 in Walnut Creek, Calif.

BindingDB: Get all data from an article

submitted by: gnicpro

This tutorial describes the method of retrieving a binding information from an article of interest in BindingDB.
http://bindingdb.org

SPPS205 Pharmacy Informatics Lecture 1: Art of Medicine to the Sciences of Health

submitted by: Phil

Howard Asher CEO of ATM Health providing a first year PharmD lecture at UCSD in Pharmacy Informatics (SPPS205). The lecture describes the history and current state of health care and the promise of the future through advances both in basic and clinical care as well as the role that information technology has to play. The major take home message as recorded by the students was the emergence of person centric care.

Dr. Arun recovery video 2.2.2012 after his hernia surgery by "Dr. Desarda Repair Technique"

submitted by: desarda

New method of tension free simple inguinal hernia repair without mesh, drive car next day, day surgery hernia operation, no mesh, no complications, no recurrence, local, followed in many countries

Physiological Pathway Diagrams

submitted by: RGD.Videos
Are you looking for a more intuitive way to visualize pathway information? RGD's newest video tutorial about the Physiological Pathway diagrams will help you navigate these interactive diagrams for use as either a research or study tool. In this video, we will: • Locate the Physiological Pathway Diagrams on RGD’s website • Walk through a particular pathway diagram • View relationships between levels of organization • Learn every one of the controls attached to the diagrams

Young Cancer Patient Inspires Hope

submitted by: mdanderson
Shane Leonard, a talented young man with his whole life ahead of him, did not let cancer create despair. Instead, Shane looked for opportunities in his new cancer hospital surroundings to inspire his future. At 17, cancer was found in his salivary gland. After surgery, he came to The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center for follow-up proton radiation treatment. In Shane's spare time, he would study quantum mechanics lectures and became friends with the senior medical physicist of...