February 2016: Congrats to PhD student Sijia Zhang on being awarded the Force & Motion Scholarship from AMTI for her research in multi-axis testing!January 2016: Congratulations to SPRL graduate students Sonia Kartha and Megan Sperry on being awarded the 2nd prize for their joint presentation at the 2016 Bioengineering Research Symposium.December 2015: We're happy to be awarded the Cervical Spine Research Society Grant to study a new potential therapy for pain.November 2015: Congrats to Jenell Smith on successfully defending her PhD thesis!
December 2012: Congrats to Neurosurgery resident Pete Syre who was awarded the Resident Research Award at the 24th Annual Pan Philadelphia Neurosurgery Conference.December 2012: Lab alumna Sarah Rothman, PhD will be starting at Merck as a Senior Research Biologist in the Neurodegeneration Division in January 2013. Congrats Sarah!
Winkelstein has been awarded a 21st Century Research Grant from the Cervical Spine Research Society.June 2011: Graduate Student Jenell Smith successfully passed her PhD Qualifying Exam.
10,000 PhDs are already accessible through , our online institutional repository, and this project will digitise the remaining 15,000, thereby making unique Edinburgh research available to all.Since January we have undertaken a full inventory of the collection (a big thank you to Paul, Aaron, Laura, Aoife, Ruby, Michael, Gillian, Joanne, Marco, Christina, Lorna, Ralph and Danielle), bought scanning equipment, PCs and furniture, and transformed one side of the Library Annexe work room into a fully functioning mass digitisation workshop.Perhaps most importantly, this Monday we welcomed Paul Choi, Fiona Mowat, Giulia Giganti, Aoife O’Leary McNeice and Michael Logan to the Projects & Innovations team as Project Digitisation Assistants.
cosmologists, genetics, aerospace are learning the value of our approach) there is a downside, in that often, a PhD takes a year to get to see what is worth building - this is why it is often wirth doing a PhDin a larger research project context (just as physicists go and usethe accelerator at CERN.....:-) >It would be nice if we could turn these rough notes into >a good collection of advice, so if you've got any contributions >(questions students would like answered or advice from staff >who have examined PhDs) then please email me and I'll add them to >the Web page.
Dr. Chan Roonprapunt, MD, PhD, is a board certified neurosurgeon, joining the Spine Institute with a broad experience in the treatment of surgical disorders of the nervous system. He has a special interest in Chiari Malformations, syringomyelia, and complex craniocervical spine problems.
Using phd thesis spine the McKenzie model, along with her years of phd thesis spine experience with MedX strengthening equipment, she continues to.