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Odette Harris is an American professor of neurosurgery at Stanford University and director of the Stanford Medical Network Brain Injury Program. In addition to being a surgeon, Harris is an academic researcher at Stanford University School of Medicine and a writer. And she is a mentor for the U.S. National Mentoring Network and an activist for STEM women’s leadership to gain access to positions of responsibility and decision-making.

Her specialty is traumatic brain injury.[4] She holds a PhD from Stanford Health Care. After her medical residency, she was awarded the Van Wagenen Fellowship from the American Association of Neurological Surgeons. She used it to study at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica.[5] She received certification from the American Board of Neurological Surgery in 2008.[2] She has been the Director of the Lesbian and Gay Lesion Center since 2009.

Since 2009 she has been the Director of the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center.[6][7][8] Harris is interested in how trauma affects male and female soldiers differently, i.e., applying a gender perspective to the study of trauma.[9] She is associate chief of the polytrauma staff at the VA Palo Alto Hospital.[10] Harris is on the Program Committee of the Western Neurological Society.[11] She is a mentor for the U.S. National Mentoring Network.[12] She is a member of the American Neurological Society of America’s National Mentoring Network.[13] She is a member of the American Neurological Society of the West.

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Los pacientes con enfermedad de Alzheimer que desarrollan un delirio, un estado repentino de confusión y desorientación graves, son significativamente más propensos a experimentar un rápido deterioro cognitivo que los pacientes de Alzheimer que no lo hicieron

campo, recomienda un tratamiento más «agresivo» y radical para los dolores de cabeza causados por la migraña, al tiempo que pide a todos los médicos que tratan a pacientes con migraña común que consulten las nuevas directrices prácticas que están disponibles en el sitio web www.neurology.com.

fue emitido por la Academia Americana de Neurología (Saint Paul, MN, EE.UU.) y se publicó en el número del 13 de julio de 2010 de Neurology, la revista médica de la Academia Americana de Neurología. medimaging.net

Esto podría deberse a los efectos adversos de tomar varios medicamentos o podría ser un efecto más indirecto porque la gente que toma varios medicamentos tiene más probabilidades de tener epilepsia grave difícil de tratar»,

Esto podría deberse a los efectos adversos de tomar varios medicamentos o podría ser un efecto más indirecto porque la gente que toma varios medicamentos tiene más probabilidades de tener una epilepsia grave difícil de tratar».

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At the closing of the plenary session of the VII Meeting of Students of Medical Sciences, Dr. Migdalia Fernández Villalón, Rector of the University of Medical Sciences of Santiago de Cuba, presented today to the Latin American School of Medicine #ELAMCuba, the «60th Anniversary» Plaque that she exceptionally awards to personalities and institutions, which have stood out for their fruitful and uninterrupted trajectory dedicated to the development of Medical Sciences and the integral formation of several generations of highly qualified health professionals.

Latin American School of Medicine: Main Editor : Latin American School of Medicine : Carretera Panamericana Km 3 1/2, Playa, Havana, 19108, Cuba : Tel: +53 201 4343, Office hours:  Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.

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As of 2018 she is head of the low complexity program and deputy head of the In Vitro Fertilization program at the Institute of Maternal and Infant Research (IDIMI) of the Faculty of Medicine University of Chile.

She is a member of the Chilean Society of Reproductive Medicine (since 2005), the American Association of Laparoscopic Gynecologists (since 2005), the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (since 2008), the Society of Androgen Excess and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (since 2008) and the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (since 2010).

Dr. Soledad Diaz Fernandez is co-founder and president of the Board of Directors of the Chilean Institute of Reproductive Medicine. Since its foundation and until 1995 she was director of the Family Planning Clinic.

She is a researcher in basic and clinical aspects of human reproduction and family planning and since 1979 has participated in different committees of the Department of Reproductive Health and Research of the World Health Organization, including the expert group that elaborated the Medical Eligibility Criteria for contraceptive use; the Selected Practice Recommendations for contraceptive use, the Gender Panel and the working group on natural methods for fertility regulation, including lactational amenorrhea. From 1987 to 2004 she was a member of the Medical Panel of the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF). She has also been a research associate at the Faculty of Biological Sciences of the Catholic University of Chile (1968-1999); research associate of the International Committee for Contraception Research of the Population Council (1973-1995); member of the Board of Directors of AVSC International (now Engender Health) and of the Technical Advisory Committee of the Contraceptive Technology and Family Planning Research (1973-1995); member of the Board of Directors of AVSC International (now Engender Health) and of the Technical Advisory Committee of the Contraceptive Technology and Family Planning Research.