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News-Medical-Net
FDA approves scalpel-free brain surgery to treat essential tremorin patients who do not respond to medication. The scalpel-free approach has bee
FDA approves scalpel-free brain surgery to treat essential tremor
News-Medical-Net / Posted 5 days ago
in patients who do not respond to medication. The scalpel-free approach has been pioneered by Jeff Elias, MD, at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, who led an international clinical trial that demonstrated the safety and... Read more
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redOrbit
Study links immune system with social abilitythe body’s natural defenses, the immune system may also play a role in maintain
Study links immune system with social ability
redOrbit / Posted 7 days ago
the body’s natural defenses, the immune system may also play a role in maintaining healthy social relationships, the University of Virginia School of Medicine has discovered. In fact, as Dr. Jonathan Kipnis, the chairman of the UVA... Read more
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dna
Immune system can affect social behaviour, finds new studysocial behaviour and an efficient anti-pathogen response that might be critical
Immune system can affect social behaviour, finds new study
dna / Posted 9 days ago
social behaviour and an efficient anti-pathogen response that might be critical for herd immunity. Jonathan Kipnis, of the University of Virginia School of Medicine showed that blocking IFN-gamma in mice made mouse brains become hyperactive and... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Immune system can affect social behavioursocial behaviour and an efficient anti-pathogen response that might be critical
Immune system can affect social behaviour
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
social behaviour and an efficient anti-pathogen response that might be critical for herd immunity. Jonathan Kipnis, of the University of Virginia School of Medicine showed that blocking IFN-gamma in mice made mouse brains become hyperactive and... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
A 'Sip of success: Mississippians share career pro tipsMississippians to get their insights. Executive director, Mississippi Access t
A 'Sip of success: Mississippians share career pro tips
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 10 days ago
Mississippians to get their insights. Executive director, Mississippi Access to Justice Commission A graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law, Graves first worked for the Mississippi Center for Justice. After a stint in private... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
FDA Approves Brain Disorder Treatment Pioneered at UVAin patients who do not respond to medication. The scalpel-free approach has bee
FDA Approves Brain Disorder Treatment Pioneered at UVA
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 11 days ago
in patients who do not respond to medication. The scalpel-free approach has been pioneered by Jeff Elias, MD, at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, who led an international clinical trial that demonstrated the safety and... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Harrisonburg PD Seeking Help in Finding Identity Thief SuspectPride. UVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social BehaviorUVA Researchers:
Harrisonburg PD Seeking Help in Finding Identity Thief Suspect
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 11 days ago
Pride. UVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social BehaviorUVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social Behavior University of Virginia School of Medicine. Photo courtesy of www.medicine.virginia.edu Researchers at the UVA School of... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers find immune system directly affects, controls social behaviorIn a startling discovery that raises fundamental questions about human behavior
Researchers find immune system directly affects, controls social behavior
News-Medical-Net / Posted 11 days ago
In a startling discovery that raises fundamental questions about human behavior, researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have determined that the immune system directly affects - and even controls - creatures' social behavior,... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Waynesboro Police Investigating Body Found on School PropertyPride. UVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social BehaviorUVA Researchers:
Waynesboro Police Investigating Body Found on School Property
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 11 days ago
Pride. UVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social BehaviorUVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social Behavior University of Virginia School of Medicine. Photo courtesy of www.medicine.virginia.edu Researchers at the UVA School of... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Virginia Center for the Book Launches VaReads.orgPride. UVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social BehaviorUVA Researchers:
Virginia Center for the Book Launches VaReads.org
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 11 days ago
Pride. UVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social BehaviorUVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social Behavior University of Virginia School of Medicine. Photo courtesy of www.medicine.virginia.edu Researchers at the UVA School of... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Council: Governor Can't Keep Rights Restoration List SecretPride. UVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social BehaviorUVA Researchers:
Council: Governor Can't Keep Rights Restoration List Secret
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 11 days ago
Pride. UVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social BehaviorUVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social Behavior University of Virginia School of Medicine. Photo courtesy of www.medicine.virginia.edu Researchers at the UVA School of... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
McAuliffe to Travel to Iowa for ConferencePride. UVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social BehaviorUVA Researchers:
McAuliffe to Travel to Iowa for Conference
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 11 days ago
Pride. UVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social BehaviorUVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social Behavior University of Virginia School of Medicine. Photo courtesy of www.medicine.virginia.edu Researchers at the UVA School of... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
UVA Medical Staff Excited about New Treatment for Brain Disordersin patients who do not respond to medication. The scalpel-free approach has bee
UVA Medical Staff Excited about New Treatment for Brain Disorders
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 12 days ago
in patients who do not respond to medication. The scalpel-free approach has been pioneered by Jeff Elias, MD, at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, who led an international clinical trial that demonstrated the safety and... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
UVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social BehaviorVa., July 13, 2016 – In a startling discovery that raises fundamental questions
UVA Researchers: Immune System Affects Social Behavior
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 12 days ago
Va., July 13, 2016 – In a startling discovery that raises fundamental questions about human behavior, researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have determined that the immune system directly affects – and even controls –... Read more
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Inquirier.net
US pulled the strings behind PH, Chinese observers saylawyers Manila hired were US citizens. Myron Nordquist, associate director of
US pulled the strings behind PH, Chinese observers say
Inquirier.net / Posted 13 days ago
lawyers Manila hired were US citizens. Myron Nordquist, associate director of the Center for Oceans Law and Policy at the University of Virginia School of Law, said: “Now the Filipinos are having such fun making faces at China, hiding behind the... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Gregory Swanson Honored With Historical Marker in Charlottesvillewith a new historical marker. On September 5, 1950, Swanson became the first A
Gregory Swanson Honored With Historical Marker in Charlottesville
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 13 days ago
with a new historical marker. On September 5, 1950, Swanson became the first African-American to be admitted to the University of Virginia School of Law. His trailblazing efforts set a precedent, paving the way for future civil rights... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
FDA Approves Scalpel-Free Brain Surgery for Tremor Pioneered at UVAin patients who do not respond to medication. The scalpel-free approach has bee
FDA Approves Scalpel-Free Brain Surgery for Tremor Pioneered at UVA
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 13 days ago
in patients who do not respond to medication. The scalpel-free approach has been pioneered by Jeff Elias, MD, at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, who led an international clinical trial that demonstrated the safety and... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Tribunal has handled arbitration case irresponsibly, law experts sayconcerning territorial sovereignty. Myron Nordquist, a senior fellow at the Ce
Tribunal has handled arbitration case irresponsibly, law experts say
Inquirier.net / Posted 14 days ago
concerning territorial sovereignty. Myron Nordquist, a senior fellow at the Center for National Security Law at the University of Virginia School of Law, said “the arbitration sets a bad precedent with its award on jurisdiction.” “There is... Read more
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Inquirier.net
South China Sea arbitration invalid, China claimsconcerning territorial sovereignty. Myron Nordquist, a senior fellow at the Ce
South China Sea arbitration invalid, China claims
Inquirier.net / Posted 14 days ago
concerning territorial sovereignty. Myron Nordquist, a senior fellow at the Center for National Security Law at the University of Virginia School of Law, said “the arbitration sets a bad precedent with its award on jurisdiction.” “There is... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
China could quit UNCLOS, expert saysChina quitting the UNCLOS. Myron Nordquist, associate director and editor at t
China could quit UNCLOS, expert says
Manila Bulletin / Posted 17 days ago
China quitting the UNCLOS. Myron Nordquist, associate director and editor at the Center for Oceans Law and Policy at the University of Virginia School of Law, told China Daily that “the arbitration has set a bad precedent with its award on... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
UNC professor Audrey Snyder named to American Academy of Nursingmore than 2,400 nurse leaders in education, management, practice, policy and re
UNC professor Audrey Snyder named to American Academy of Nursing
Greeley Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
more than 2,400 nurse leaders in education, management, practice, policy and research. For 16 years, Snyder taught in the University of Virginia School of Nursing, before coming to UNC in 2014. Snyder and others will be honored Oct. 20-22, in... Read more
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Medical News Today
Artificial pancreas for type 1 diabetes could reach patients by 2018pancreas that are currently being tested in clinical trials. Earlier this year
Artificial pancreas for type 1 diabetes could reach patients by 2018
Medical News Today / Posted 24 days ago
pancreas that are currently being tested in clinical trials. Earlier this year, for example, researchers from the University of Virginia School of Medicine revealed the development of an artificial pancreas that can be controlled by a... Read more
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Salon.com
The court’s leading carceral critic: Why Sonia Sotomayor dissented on gun ban for domestic abusersfall outside of the domestic abusers who Congress sought to bar from possessing
The court’s leading carceral critic: Why Sonia Sotomayor dissented on gun ban for domestic abusers
Salon.com / Posted 25 days ago
fall outside of the domestic abusers who Congress sought to bar from possessing guns. Brandon L. Garrett, a professor at University of Virginia School of Law, thinks that the majority got the statutory interpretation right but that Sotomayor had... Read more
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The Manila Times
China is not getting a fair shake, US expert saysLaw and Policy at the University of Virginia. He is also a senior fellow at the
China is not getting a fair shake, US expert says
The Manila Times / Posted 25 days ago
Law and Policy at the University of Virginia. He is also a senior fellow at the Center for National Security Law, at the University of Virginia School of Law. He spent more than 30 years on maritime law studies, including being editor in chief of... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
New Gun Law Set to Start ThursdayVital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital fo
New Gun Law Set to Start Thursday
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 26 days ago
Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly Infection University of Virginia School of Medicine. Photo courtesy of www.medicine.virginia.edu Researchers at the UVA School of... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Staunton to Increase Parking FinesVital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital fo
Staunton to Increase Parking Fines
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 26 days ago
Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly Infection University of Virginia School of Medicine. Photo courtesy of www.medicine.virginia.edu Researchers at the UVA School of... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Abortion-Rights Supporters Rally for Change Following SCOTUS RulingVital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital fo
Abortion-Rights Supporters Rally for Change Following SCOTUS Ruling
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 26 days ago
Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly Infection University of Virginia School of Medicine. Photo courtesy of www.medicine.virginia.edu Researchers at the UVA School of... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Former Albemarle County Teacher Being Investigated for Sexual ActivityVital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital fo
Former Albemarle County Teacher Being Investigated for Sexual Activity
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 26 days ago
Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly Infection University of Virginia School of Medicine. Photo courtesy of www.medicine.virginia.edu Researchers at the UVA School of... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Virginia Approves Plan to Pump Water from James River in FluvannaVital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital fo
Virginia Approves Plan to Pump Water from James River in Fluvanna
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 26 days ago
Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly Infection University of Virginia School of Medicine. Photo courtesy of www.medicine.virginia.edu Researchers at the UVA School of... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Trial Delayed for Former UVA Student Charged with SodomyVital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital fo
Trial Delayed for Former UVA Student Charged with Sodomy
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 26 days ago
Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly Infection University of Virginia School of Medicine. Photo courtesy of www.medicine.virginia.edu Researchers at the UVA School of... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Fluvanna County Town of Columbia to DissolveVital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital fo
Fluvanna County Town of Columbia to Dissolve
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 26 days ago
Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly Infection University of Virginia School of Medicine. Photo courtesy of www.medicine.virginia.edu Researchers at the UVA School of... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Burger King in Ruckersville Potentially Closing DownVital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital fo
Burger King in Ruckersville Potentially Closing Down
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 26 days ago
Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly Infection University of Virginia School of Medicine. Photo courtesy of www.medicine.virginia.edu Researchers at the UVA School of... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Firefighters Respond to Fire on Charlottesville's Downtown MallVital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital fo
Firefighters Respond to Fire on Charlottesville's Downtown Mall
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 26 days ago
Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly Infection University of Virginia School of Medicine. Photo courtesy of www.medicine.virginia.edu Researchers at the UVA School of... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Allergy-causing immune cells play life-saving role in deadly C. difficile infectionResearchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have identified im
Allergy-causing immune cells play life-saving role in deadly C. difficile infection
News-Medical-Net / Posted 26 days ago
Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have identified immune cells vital for protecting us from potentially fatal C. difficile infection. Surprisingly, those cells are often vilified for their role in causing asthma and... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
UVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly InfectionUniversity of Virginia Health System News Release: CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., June
UVA: Immune Cells Prove Vital for Stopping Potentially Deadly Infection
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 26 days ago
University of Virginia Health System News Release: CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., June 29, 2016 – Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have identified immune cells vital for protecting us from potentially fatal C. difficile infection.... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
Kansas City Gets One of the 15 Immigration Judges Sworn InMinnesota, a Juris Doctor in 1992 from the California Western School of Law, an
Kansas City Gets One of the 15 Immigration Judges Sworn In
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 27 days ago
Minnesota, a Juris Doctor in 1992 from the California Western School of Law, and a Master of Laws degree in 1994 from the University of Virginia School of Law. From 2003 to May 2016, Judge O’Hare served in several capacities, including as deputy... Read more
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Daily Mail
Weight-loss ops ARE effective - and help keep pounds off for 10 yrsblood pressure, high cholesterol, joint diseases and problems breathing while s
Weight-loss ops ARE effective - and help keep pounds off for 10 yrs
Daily Mail / Posted 28 days ago
blood pressure, high cholesterol, joint diseases and problems breathing while sleeping. Dr J. Hunter Mehaffey, from the University of Virginia School of Medicine, said: 'It's not just that people are losing a lot of weight, but they're also much... Read more
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FOX News
Weight loss surgery helps keep pounds off 10 years laterhigh cholesterol, joint diseases and problems breathing while asleep, said Dr.
Weight loss surgery helps keep pounds off 10 years later
FOX News / Posted 29 days ago
high cholesterol, joint diseases and problems breathing while asleep, said Dr. J. Hunter Mehaffey. Mehaffey, from the University of Virginia School of Medicine, told Reuters Health by phone, "It's not just that people are losing a lot of... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Weight loss surgery helps keep pounds off 10 years laterhigh cholesterol, joint diseases and problems breathing while asleep, said Dr.
Weight loss surgery helps keep pounds off 10 years later
Decclan Chronicle / Posted a month ago
high cholesterol, joint diseases and problems breathing while asleep, said Dr. J. Hunter Mehaffey. Mehaffey, from the University of Virginia School of Medicine, told Reuters Health by phone, “It’s not just that people are losing a lot of... Read more
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The Scientist
Single-Cell RNA Sequencing Reveals Neuronal Diversityfantastic, tour de force sort of experiment, involving tons of single cells,” s
Single-Cell RNA Sequencing Reveals Neuronal Diversity
The Scientist / Posted 1 months ago
fantastic, tour de force sort of experiment, involving tons of single cells,” said Mike McConnell, a neurobiologist at the University of Virginia School of Medicine who was not involved in the work. “It really sets the stage to dig in deeper and... Read more
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The Addison County Independent
Vermont Community Foundation hires Dan Smith as CEOwho grew up in central Vermont, holds a B.A. in History from the University of
Vermont Community Foundation hires Dan Smith as CEO
The Addison County Independent / Posted 1 months ago
who grew up in central Vermont, holds a B.A. in History from the University of Virginia and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Law. He currently lives in Randolph with his wife Lindsay, who just finished her medical... Read more

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