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Anal HPV infection: diagnosis, treatment and prevention"
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"Pain in the Rear: SIJ Diagnosis and Treatment"
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Friday ID Conference: “Biophysical properties of the mucus barrier against viruses”
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"AIDS associated malignancies"
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Packed house at Smithies symposium
Wed, Mar 9, 2011 — 2009 Nobel Laureate Thomas A. Steitz, PhD, Sterling Professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry and professor of chemistry at Yale, wowed the crowd with a lecture complete with video animations and music.
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Innovative Technologies in Global Health
Jock Brandis is founder and director of research and development at the Full Belly Project. In 2001, Brandis traveled to Mali to fix a small village’s water treatment system. While there, he came across a woman who told him that it would be of great service to her village if he could find them an affordable peanut sheller. Brandis went back home and designed and developed the Universal Nut Sheller. In 2003 he teamed up with a group of returned Peace Corps volunteers to form the Full Belly Project.
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Friday ID Conference: “The Role of DNA Damage Signaling in the Life Cycle of Human Papillomaviruses”
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Friday ID Conference: “Depression in HIV primary care”
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Friday ID Conference: "Russia and the IVDU/HIV Epidemic"
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Friday ID Conference: "An integrated multimedia model of HIV testing and linkage to care"
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