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Ian H. Gotlib, Ph.D.

Ian H. Gotlib, Ph.D.

>>Ian Gotlib: Perfect. Well, I can see it on my monitor. It doesn’t matter. Oh, there you go. Thank you so much for inviting me. I’m really honored to be here. OBSSR, and in my case in particular, SOBC, has made a real difference to our lab. So what I want to do today is […]

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What my mama told me: Edith Eva Eger at TEDxLaJolla

What my mama told me: Edith Eva Eger at TEDxLaJolla

Translator: Elisabetta Siagri Reviewer: Tanya Cushman I would be so privileged if you would allow me, for the few minutes that you’ve given me, to be your mom, your grandma, your great-grandma. (Laughter) I have four generations. What a joy for me to be here with you. And with your permission, I’m going to take […]

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Application for Lundbeck Foundation Clinical Research Fellowship

Application for Lundbeck Foundation Clinical Research Fellowship

– Hi, I’m Sofie Malmstrom and I’m from Aarhus University. I’m applying to the Lundbeck Foundation Clinical Research Fellowship with the project entitled Rheumatoid Arthritis, Disease Activity, and Vitamin D in a Multiethnic Cohort. The mentors include Lars Rejnmark from Aarhus University, Dolores Shoback from UCSF, and John Imboden from UCSF. John is the director […]

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Clinical Trials for the Treatment of NF: Past, Present and Future: Karin Walsh, PsyD

Clinical Trials for the Treatment of NF: Past, Present and Future: Karin Walsh, PsyD

– And our final speaker, last but not least, is Dr. Karin Walsh. She’s a pediatric neuropsychologist and associate investigator professor at George Washington University and Children’s National Medical Center. Karin was also the initial chair of the REiNS International Collaboration Neurocognitive Group, and she is also now the chair of the NF Consortium Clinical […]

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