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black-bellied dew-lover biology, health, medicine, neuroscience, science

Shelby Martin comments on the latest news in health, neuroscience, and biology.

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FSI In The World arms control, asia, asia-pacific, democracy, democratization, development, global, health, health policy, international, international policy, medicine, multidisciplinary, policy, politics, research, security

FSI In The World is a new blog about FSI scholars' activities "in the world," whether it's monitoring elections overseas, advising policymakers in Washington DC, doing field research, or reaching out through online technology.

A small group of FSI thought leaders will be posting content initial content... Check back for updates from our experts on peace and security, democracy and development, justice and human rights, global health, food security and the environment, energy, and diplomatic affairs.

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International Health in Asia asia, china, health, international, international health, medicine, premed, service, travel, vietnam

My learnings from doing overseas medical volunteer work and field studies in Vietnam and China for the past four years as a undergraduate premedical student. Hope this will spark your interest to all the health needs I've encountered in this area.

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Karen Jordan Writes doctor, family, Georgia, hospital, medical, medicine

This blog consists of a variety of stories and anecdotes about my family and my great-grandfather, the first African-American doctor in Coweta County, Georgia. He built the first African-American hospital and helped to integrate medicine in that area in the early 1900's. He graduated from medical school in 1896. By alumna Karen Jordan.

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Medical Devices, Biotechnology, Bioengineering and the like... alternative medicine, bioengineering, biotechnology, clinical regulation, healthcare, medical devices, medicine, regulatory agencies, surgery

A blog dedicated to the design, development, sales, regulation and litigation surrounding medical devices. Also touches on issues related to intellectual property protection, investor and stockholder issues as they relate to medical device companies,medicine, healthcare biotechnology and bioengineering companies. Also touches on general issues surrounding basic sciences in these fields.

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Over My Med Body! health, health policy, med school, medical school, medicine

Charting the path to becoming a doctor. Plus a bit of health policy and humor along the way.

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Scope biomedicine, health, medicine, policy, research, science

Scope aims to provide high-quality, timely conversations about biomedical research and health-care policy. Thirteen members of the medical school's communications staff, who together have more than 150 years of science-writing experience, will contribute to Scope.

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Stanford Premedical Association Premed Life health, healthcare, leadership, medicine, premed, premedical, research, science, Stanford, stanford premed, stanford premedical association, student life

The Stanford Premedical Association's Student Blog. A day in the life of a Stanford premed. Enjoy, write comments, ask questions. Make this place your own. The Stanford Premedical Association aims to help undergrads make an informed decision about pursuing medicine and to facilitate a supportive premed community at Stanford University. Contact stanfordpremed@gmail.com to write a post. Visit http://premed.stanford.edu.

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The Stem Cell ethics, law, medicine, multidisciplinary, policy, politics, science, stem cell

The science, ethics, business and politics of stem cell research.

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