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Molecular Characterization of Familial Hypercholesterolemia in a North American Cohort
Garg A, Fazio S, Duell PB, Baass A, Udata C, Joh T, Riel T, Sirota M, Dettling D, Liang H, Garzone PD, Gumbiner B, Wan H. Data from: Molecular characterization of familial hypercholesterolemia in a North American cohort. ...
Neuro-epigenethics: ethical and legal issues in epigenetic testing
Epigenetic technologies that allow us to determine smoking and drinking behaviors have the potential to shift the frame of reference with which we judge ourselves and others. This session on the ethical use of epigenetic ...
Human enhancement: a middle way?
The prospect of human enhancement--of using medical interventions not just as therapies for disorders and injuries but as tools to make people better than normal--has often seemed to pit hardliners against freethinkers. ...
Harnessing the Power of ORCID on Campus
This item contains the slide presentation from the Effective Teacher Series presentation on ORCID.
Oligonucleotide Primer Sequences
Zigman, J. M., & Rodriguez, J. A. Data from: Oligonucleotide primer sequences. UT Southwestern Institutional Repository 2018. Deposited 6 September 2018. http://hdl.handle.net/2152.5/5772
Moral distress in healthcare professionals: what is it and how should we respond?
[Note: The slide presentation and video are not available from this event.] Over the past 20 years, the study of moral distress has garnered great interest among healthcare professionals, philosophers, and researchers due ...
Universal genomic testing of newborns: bowl of cherries or can of worms?
The first gene was sequenced by "reverse genetics" in 1989, launching the Human Genome Project. Genetic technologies have advanced and found usefulness in many areas of science and medicine. Concurrently, the general public ...
This Can't Be Happening
PLEASE TELL US A LITTLE ABOUT WHAT INSPIRED THIS WORK: As a student in a Clinical Psychology program housed in a medical center, I'm often confronted with the similarities and differences between physical health and mental ...
PLEASE TELL US A LITTLE ABOUT WHAT INSPIRED THIS WORK: It is human nature to assume we are at the top of the food chain and we have control over our environments. To transcend this skewed mentality requires thinking at a ...