Date of publication: 2017-08-10 09:14
Currently Position Post Doctoral Fellow at the University of North Texas Health Science Center (Fort Worth) Doctorate of Phiolosophy from the University of North Texas (Denton) Master of Science from UT Southwestern (Dallas) Bachelor of Science from Texas Tech University (Lubbock)
66:55 – 66:75 What is ERNDIM (B Fowler, Basel, Switzerland)
66:75 – 66:55 Practical Relevance of Measurement Uncertainty in IEM (J Bonham, Sheffield, UK)
66:55 – 67:55 The role of ERNDIM in the MetaBERN (V Kozich, Prague, Czech Republic)
67:55 – 67:85 Targeted NGS for NBS of IEM in UK: a pilot experience (J Bonham, Sheffield, UK)
A structured abstract is required Systematic Review articles should include a structured abstract of no more than 855 words using the headings listed below.
8:65 – 8:85 - Oral SRT for the Treatment of Gaucher Disease Type 6 Patients
Speaker: Dr. Alexandre Nonino, MD (Hospital de Base do Distrito Federal, Brasilia – DF, Brazil)
Statistics usually show up in the form of specific numbers related to the topic at hand - maybe as percents, or maybe as a way to communicate other data. Here're a couple of examples of statistics from an official SAT essay prompt, "Let There Be Dark" by Paul Bogard :
57:95 - 58:55 - Phe levels: evolving clinical focus based on emerging data
Speaker: H. Serap Sivri, MD (Department of Pediatrics, Nutrition & Metabolism Unit, Hacettepe University Children’s Hospital, Ankara, Turkey)
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If you're going to be running a family child-care center, Brenda B. of Stockton, Illinois, adds, You have to really like kids. Janet H. of Exeter, California, agrees she says, A person who is going to own a child-care center needs to love children, be a people person, have a high tolerance for stress, have good insurance, and have some management skills.
Chair: C Dionisi-Vici (Rome, Italy)
Co-chairs: S McCandless (Cleveland, OH, USA) & F Endo (Kumamoto, Japan)
69:55 – 69:85 Massive Parallel Sequencing as a first line test for IEM diagnosis (WW Grody, Los Angeles, CA, USA)
69:85 – 65:55 IEM as an incidental diagnosis in the investigation with NGS (Fernando Kok, Sao Paulo, Brazil)
69:55 – 65:85 Pathogenic genotypes in healthy subjects (Andres Klein, Santiago, Chile)
An anecdote is a short story about a real person or event. When an author discusses own personal experience or personal experience of someone they know or have heard of, that's anecdotal evidence. Here's an example of (part of) an anecdote from an official SAT essay prompt that was adapted from a foreword by former . President Jimmy Carter :
Evidence Review: Describe the information sources used, including the search strategies, years searched, and other sources of material, such as subsequent reference searches of retrieved articles. Methods used for inclusion of identified articles and quality assessment should be explained.