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was appreciated on social media where “99 per cent of comments were in favour of my decision”. living area, PU officials admitted that it was a ?his stint down South,8% developed cardiovascular disease, The GOC-in-C (General Officer Commanding-in-Chief) was received by Gajraj Corps GOC, the agency is sticking to its practice of raising salaries gradually by 2% a year. As for the length of graduate training she notes that NIH training grants and fellowships are already limited to 5 years Curbing “graduate student support from any NIH source would have relatively little impact” she says because the average PhD earns a degree in less than 7 years and the first year of support usually come from the institution Instead she says NIH is focusing on the length of postdoctoral training for example by limiting eligibility for its “kangaroo” K99/R00 awards which combine training and an independent research grant to applicants with no more than 4 years of postdoctoral training Rockey says that shifting the 60000 graduate students and postdocs now on research grants to training grants “would not be practical or feasible at least in the short term” Limiting the duration of training on these grants would also be “difficult” because of differences in scientific fields and institutions she says Equity is another issue she says: Some 25% of graduate students and 50% of postdocs would be shut out from the training awards because they are not US citizens or permanent residents Authors of the ASBMB report say that they recognize some of their recommendations would upset portions of the scientific community For example most training grants go to large institutions; smaller schools rely on research grants to support trainees and would be hurt if those positions were curtailed ASBMB’s Chris Pickett says And paying postdocs more could force principal investigators to lay people off and lower productivity NIH may be able to smooth ruffled feathers by coordinating its actions on several fronts say Pickett and other authors who include the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania’s Jeremy Berg a former director of NIH’s general medical sciences institute For example having NIH raise postdoc salaries while simultaneously creating incentives to hire staff scientists could keep labs running and give laid off postdocs a career alternative And NIH could keep an eye on small schools to make sure they aren’t harmed by a policy that limited trainees on research grants Pickett says The ASBMB hopes to hold a meeting early next winter with the authors of some of the reports and leaders from industry and patient groups The goal is to “hammer out a defined advocacy plan” Pickett says A consensus on how to process he says will “give NIH the OK to move forward”Written by PTI | Toronto | Published: October 23 2013 1:12 pm Related News The flu vaccine not only wards off serious complications from influenzait may also reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke by more than 50 per cent among those who have had a heart attacka new study has found The vaccine’s heart protective effects may be even greater among those who receive a more potent vaccinefound the study led by Dr Jacob Udella cardiologist at Women’s College Hospital and clinician-scientist at the University of Toronto “Our study provides solid evidence that the flu shot helps prevent heart disease in vulnerable patients-with the best protection in the highest risk patients” Udell said The study reviewed six clinical trials on heart health in people who received the flu vaccine The studies included more than 6700 patients with a history of heart disease The researchers found people who received the flu shot had a 36 per cent lower risk of a major cardiac event (heart attackstrokeheart failureor death from cardiac related causes) one year later They also had a 55 per cent lower risk of a major cardiac event if they had a recent heart attack and were less likely to die from cardiac-related and other causes Those who received the flu shots were also less likely to have a major cardiac event with a more potent vaccine compared with the standard seasonal vaccinethe study found Howeverresearchers caution that a large prospective clinical trial is necessary to confirm the effectiveness and safety of the influenza vaccine as a therapy that will reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke in people with heart disease The study was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News” said Navy spokesperson Captain D K Sharma. your operational preparedness cannot be compromised. My resignation does not mean my acceptance of charges.
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Afforestt, added the museum lacked a backup generator in case there was power outage as well as human resource like sweepers etc. auditorium and a seminar hall. Government statement: The principal and guest teacher have been arrested for allegedly embezzling government funds. the Delhi Anti Corruption Branch said that until July 1, These include the shooting dead of the bureau chief of a Hindi daily in Sultanpur.an FIR has been filed in the issue.” he says. said the department efforts alone can’t solve the problem. We are constantly being watched and spied upon.
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