coresearcher

coresearcher

(ˌkəʊrɪˈsɜːtʃə)
n
a joint researcher
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One coresearcher was a sophomore with a declared English major.
This instrument was translated into Dutch, translated back into English, and checked by an independent coresearcher to ensure high quality translation.
national Organizations) with then regional director Centolia Maldonado, who served as a coresearcher and guide on the project.
Child as coresearcher Child is regarded as a co-researcher and as capable of genuine participation.
Lenore Arab, a doctor from David Geffen School of Medicine at University of California, Los Angeles, and coresearcher Alfonso Ang, also a doctor, found that participants with higher walnut consumption performed significantly better on a series of six cognitive tests.
Each site team consisted of a principal investigator and a coresearcher who collected and analyzed data in each site.
This potentially lethal but nevertheless hidden series of taxation attacks by the Labour Government was picked up by Blackfriars Hall Fellow and the then-director of Blackfriars' Las Casas Institute, Francis Davis (now UK ministerial advisor on the "Big Society") and his coresearcher Nathan Koblintz.
Miller, a coresearcher and senior medical adviser with the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in Bethesda, Md.
Rather I close with a few observations (drawn as his student, colleague, and coresearcher over nearly four decades) on some of Paul's modes of thought that perhaps make such super achievement possible.
Weekly research was conducted in sessions in each teacher's classroom during literacy-related lessons and involved the academic and teacher coresearcher.
But, the really exciting area of current SPM development is Rugar's magnetic force resonance microscopy (MFRM)," says IBM coresearcher Eigler.
who was a coresearcher for sonography during the development phase of the CBS project in 1992.