Month: December 2019

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Surgeons are forced to optimize their sleep to the highest degree due to the nature of their work (of chronic sleep deprivation). These are the steps to get better at sleep, wake up early, not feel miserable, and have a healthier relationship with sleep. 💌 Sign up for my weekly newsletter – https://medschoolinsiders.com/newsletter 🌍 Website
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The new semester (and new year) is upon us and if you’ve ever wanted to improve your college performance, now is the time. In this video, we’ll cover the fundamentals of scheduling your new semester (or quarter), structuring your days and weeks (including study time), getting your materials in order, and the practice of keeping
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Stephen J. Elledge, the Gregor Mendel Professor of Genetics and of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and professor of medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, is a co-recipient of the 2015 Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award. Read the full story at https://hms.harvard.edu/news/stephen-j-elledge-receives-lasker-award
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Harvard Medical School scientists have developed new computational techniques that can make sense of the bodily movements of mice, organizing them into notions of syllables and grammar. Along the way they also proposed a solution to a longstanding problem in neuroscience—how to objectively study complex three-dimensional patterns of animal behavior without relying on subjective human
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Research by scientists at Harvard Medical School has found that nerves in the guts of mice do not merely sense the presence of Salmonella but actively protect against infection by deploying two lines of defense. More: https://hms.harvard.edu/news/more-watchdog
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In an effort to replicate an experiment conducted over a century ago, systems biologists at Harvard Medical School present compelling evidence confirming at least one single-cell organism—the strikingly trumpet-shaped Stentor roeselii—exhibits a hierarchy of avoidance behaviors. Exposed repeatedly to the same stimulation—in this case a pulse of irritating particles—the organism can in effect “change its
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New research in the journal Science from the lab of Stephen Elledge at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital reveals how measles infection reduces protection against other diseases. Read the full story at http://hms.harvard.edu/news/inside-immune-amnesia
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