Genetically modified organism

GMOs are used in biological and medical research, production of pharmaceutical drugs, experimental medicine (e.g. gene therapy), and agriculture (e.g. golden rice, resistance to herbicides). mehr

Henri Bergson

He also quoted Charles-Édouard Brown-Séquard, the successor of Claude Bernard at the Chair of Experimental Medicine in the College of France, etc. mehr

Modafinil

Modafinil was originally developed in France by neurophysiologist and emeritus experimental medicine professor Michel Jouvet and Lafon Laboratories. mehr

Prague

It is also a seat of 10 public research institutes, four business incubators and large hospitals performing research and development activities such as the Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine in Prague or the Motol University Hospital. mehr

Regensburg

Among them are the Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS), the Regensburg Centre for Interventional Immunology (RCI), the Fraunhofer Institute for Toxicology and Experimental Medicine (ITEM) and the BioPark, the Bavarian biotech cluster. mehr

Mayo Clinic

Ellerbe Architects are the architect of record for the 1914 Mayo "Red" building, as well as for the 1922 Mayo Institute of Experimental Medicine, the 1927 Plummer building, the 1954 Mayo Clinic building, and the 2002 Gonda building. mehr

Nim Chimpsky

The Institute later sold Nim to the Laboratory for Experimental Medicine and Surgery in Primates (LEMSIP), a pharmaceutical animal testing laboratory managed by NYU. mehr

Health care

Experimental medicine and some types of uncommon diagnostic or surgical procedures are considered quaternary care. mehr

Humoral immunity

(Full Text-pdf) Journal of Experimental Medicine Vol. mehr

Polly Matzinger

In one of her first publications, she appeared to have a dog as a coauthor for a paper for the "Journal of Experimental Medicine". mehr

Rockefeller University

The Rockefeller University Press publishes the "Journal of Experimental Medicine", the "Journal of Cell Biology", and "The Journal of General Physiology". mehr

Scripps Research Institute

Departments provide support to the faculty, organized around: cancer biology, cell and molecular biology, chemical physiology, chemistry, immunology and microbial science, immunology and microbial science, molecular and cellular neuroscience, molecular and experimental medicine, molecular therapeutics, neurobiology of addictive disorders, and aging and metabolism. mehr

Chi Cheng (musician)

Chino Moreno stated that the Cheng family would be paying a doctor with the International Brain Research Foundation, who is experienced in the field of coma and trauma patients using funds raised through the oneloveforchi website to use an experimental medicine to bring Chi out of his coma-like state. mehr

Maclyn McCarty

For more than 40 years, as editor, he placed his stamp of excellence and integrity on the Journal of Experimental Medicine. mehr

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Researchers work across a broad spectrum of clinical sciences, including: experimental medicine; evidence synthesis; clinical trials; implementation and evaluation; teaching and clinical practice. mehr

John Butterfield, Baron Butterfield

His appointments included one as Professor of Experimental Medicine at Guy's Hospital. mehr

David Ferrier

Practical results of animal research were used to justify Ferrier before a noisy public persecution carried out by antivivisectionist societies against him and other scientists, who were accused of inhumane use of animals for experimental medicine. mehr

Oswaldo Cruz

Oswaldo Cruz, an extremely important scientific and health institution was born, which marked the beginning of experimental medicine in Brazil in many areas. mehr

Instituto de Biología y Medicina Experimental

The "Experimental Medicine and Biology Institute" (, IByME) is a research and development centre affiliated to the University of Buenos Aires, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. mehr

Roger Guillemin

degree from the Medical Faculty at Lyon in 1949, and went to Montreal, Quebec, Canada, to work with Hans Selye at the Institute of Experimental Medicine and Surgery at the Université de Montréal where he received a Ph.D. mehr

Oswaldo Cruz Foundation

The institute’s activities, however, changed from simple production into research and experimental medicine, especially after Oswaldo Cruz assumed its leadership in 1902. From there on, the institute became the base for memorable sanitation campaigns in an age of outbreaks and epidemics of the bubonic plague, yellow fever, and smallpox. mehr

Adolfo Lutz

After graduation he went on to study experimental medicine techniques in London, England (where he studied with Joseph Lister, 1827–1912), Leipzig, Germany, Vienna, Austria, Prague and Paris, France (where he studied with Louis Pasteur, 1822–1895). mehr

René Dubos

A member of the National Academy of Sciences, he served as an editor of the "Journal of Experimental Medicine" from 1946 to 1972. mehr

Colin Munro MacLeod

In February 1944, the trio published the first of a series of scientific papers in the "Journal of Experimental Medicine" demonstrating that DNA was the transforming principle. mehr

Sergei Winogradsky

He returned to St. Petersburg for the period 1891–1905, and headed the division of general microbiology of the Institute of Experimental Medicine; during this period, he identified the obligate anaerobe "Clostridium pasteurianum", which is capable of fixing atmospheric nitrogen. mehr

Cardiff University School of Medicine

These are the Institute of Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neurosciences, the Institute of Infection & Immunity, the Institute of Primary Care & Public Health, the Institute of Cancer & Genetics, and the Institute of Molecular & Experimental Medicine. mehr

Medical research

"Biomedical research" (or "experimental medicine") is in general simply known as "medical research". mehr

Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry

In 2000, two "International Max Planck Research Schools (IMPRS)" were established together with the Georg August University Göttingen, the German Primate Center and the Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine: the IMPRS for Molecular Biology and the IMPRS for Neurosciences (in cooperation with the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization and the European Neuroscience Institute Göttingen). mehr

Out of Darkness

After her release from a mental ward Paulie struggles to rebuild her life with help from doctors, nurses and a new experimental-medicine drug that would help aid her back to health. mehr

Jan Moor-Jankowski

Moor-Jankowski was Director of the Laboratory for Experimental Medicine and Surgery in Primates (LEMSIP) which he founded in 1965, the Director of the World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Hematology of Primate Apes, and the editor-in-chief of the "Journal of Medical Primatology. mehr

Ludwik Hirszfeld

Shortly after World War I, in Poland, he established a laboratory of experimental medicine at the State Institute of Hygiene. mehr

Walter Dandy

(He had started medical studies during his junior year in college and accumulated enough credits to skip the first year of medical school at Johns Hopkins.) Dandy graduated from medical school in the spring of 1910 at the age of 24, and became the sixth appointee to the Hunterian Laboratory of Experimental Medicine under Harvey W. mehr

Alexander Gurwitsch

He then directed a laboratory at the Institute of Experimental Medicine in Leningrad from 1930 until 1945, though he was forced to evacuate during World War 2. In 1941 he was awarded a Stalin Prize for his mitogenetic radiation work since it had apparently led to a cheap and simple way of diagnosing cancer. mehr

History of scientific method

In his discourse on scientific method, "An Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine" (1865), he described what makes a scientific theory good and what makes a scientist a true discoverer. mehr

Gaston Ramon

Kitasato Archives of Experimental Medicine 60 (3): 55-70. mehr

Plummer Building

They are also the architect of record for other Mayo buildings including the 1914 "Red" Clinic building, the 1922 Mayo Institute for Experimental Medicine building, the 1954 Clinic building, and the 2002 Gonda Building, as well as the Rochester Methodist Hospital. mehr

Charles A. Dinarello

He is also Professor of Experimental Medicine at the Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. mehr

Ioan Cantacuzino

He established the fields of microbiology and experimental medicine in Romania, and founded the Ioan Cantacuzino Institute. mehr

Gregory House

In "The Fix", he steals experimental medicine only tested in rats to try and regrow his thigh muscle, eliminating his pain. mehr

Leon Orbeli

He was Pavlov's assistant in the Department of Physiology at the Institute for Experimental Medicine from 1907 to 1920. mehr

William Henry Howell

Dr Howell contributed to the London "Journal of Physiology", the "Transactions of the Royal Society", the "Johns Hopkins Biological Studies", the "Journal of Morphology", and the "Journal of Experimental Medicine". mehr

William H. Welch

Welch was a founding editor of the "Journal of Experimental Medicine". mehr

Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University

Research facilities include the Centre of Experimental Medicine and Surgery, Molecular Biology, Department of Biochemistry, and Medicinal Chemistry. mehr

Michel Jouvet

"Michel Valentin Marcel Jouvet" (born 16 November 1925 in Lons-le-Saunier, Jura, France) is Emeritus Professor of Experimental Medicine at the University of Lyon. mehr

Michel Jouvet

Experimental Medicine Professor at the University of LYON 1, he was the Director of the Research Unit INSERM U 52 (Molecular Onirology) and of the Associated Unit UA 1195 of the CNRS (states of vigilance Neurobiology). mehr

Jean Davignon

He is a Professor of the Faculty of Medicine at the Université de Montréal and Adjunct Professor of the Department of Experimental Medicine at McGill University. mehr

Phenibut

I. Herzen Leningrad Pedagogical Institute (USSR) by Professor Vsevolod Perekalin's team and tested at the Institute of Experimental Medicine, USSR Academy of Medical Sciences. mehr

Fedir Bohatyrchuk

As a radiologist and medical doctor in 1940, Bohatyrchuk was seconded to a German medical research facility when Kiev fell to the Nazi armies in September 1941. During World War II, he was a head of the Ukrainian Red Cross, and the Institute of Experimental Medicine. There also exists information that, while working at the Institute of Experimental Medicine, Bohatyrchuk provided a cover to a Jewish female employee (a sister of the Kiev chess player Boris Ratner), thereby saving her from execution or deportation to a ghetto. mehr

Bluma Zeigarnik

In the 1930s, she worked with Lev Vygotsky at the All-Union Institute of Experimental Medicine (AUIEM, aka "VIEM"). mehr

Yin-Yang! X-Change Alternative

After going to the school nurse—who's also famous for inventing new concoctions in the name of science—and accidentally using a vial of experimental medicine, Kaoru is shocked to wake up the next day to find that he's been transformed into a girl. mehr
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