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And because these populations lack protective immunity, they will be particularly vulnerable to severe morbidity and mortality," said co-author Menno Bouma, honorary senior clinical lecturer at the London School of Hygiene
NIHR clinical lecturer, Pearse Keane, from Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, spoke to delegates about Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), explaining how technological advancements are providing images of the interior eye with greater levels of detail.
Dr Tim Chico, senior clinical lecturer at the University of Sheffield said: "This is an association study - it links insomnia to heart failure, but does not prove that insomnia causes heart failure or vice versa.
An adjunct clinical lecturer in the Department of Periodontics and Oral Medicine for eight years, Korte said she has always been passionate about teaching and a desire to pursue higher education.
The family later moved to Merseyside when he was offered a job as a senior clinical lecturer at the Liverpool of Tropical Medicine in 1976.
Research leader Dr Philip Preshaw, a clinical lecturer in periodontology at Newcastle University, said: 'Dentists have known for some time that smokers have worse oral and gum health than non-smokers, but for the first time we have shown that quitting smoking together with routine gum treatment results in healthier gums
After I completed the graduate program in August 2004, I accepted a clinical lecturer position at the Harris School of Nursing at Texas Christian University.
Cunliffe is a clinical lecturer in the Department of Medical Microbiology, Liverpool University.
Tim Jackson, a consultant retinal surgeon at King's College Hospital and Senior Clinical Lecturer at King's College London, and in Oxford by Professor Robert MacLaren, professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Oxford and a consultant retinal surgeon at the Oxford Eye Hospital.
Breckenridge serves as senior clinical lecturer and Program Director for the Masters Program in Clinical and Experimental Medicine at the University College London, and practicing physician at University of College London Hospital.
Dr Hari Jayaram, study author and clinical lecturer at the NIHR Moorfields Biomedical Research Centre in London told OT: "In terms of transplantation, you could in theory take a sample of retina from 'a patient', culture the cells and put them back.
Rakesh Patel, Clinical Lecturer in Medical Education, University of Leicester presented examples and data demonstrating how using CDS technology improves patient safety in their hospitals.

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