molecular medicine


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molecular medicine

n.
The branch of medicine that deals with the influence of molecules, including gene expression, on disease processes and with molecular treatments, such as gene therapy.
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It is awarded annually by Molecular Medicine to mid-career scientists who have made a demonstrable impact in the understanding of human diseases pathogenesis and/or treatment, and who hold significant promise for making even greater contributions to the general field of molecular medicine.
The School accepted its first 40 students last month -- 30 for Masters and 10 for PhD degrees, from Cyprus and abroad -- in two programmes: those of genetic medicine and molecular medicine.
We see PWC as the most qualified professionals to help the Al Jawhara Centre reach a world standard in molecular medicine, academic training, medical services and technology transfer.
Molecular Medicine for Clinicians, written by experts from the University of the Witwatersrand, working in diverse biological science fields, gives an excellent overview of modern molecular biology applicable to basic cellular mechanisms, pathology, diagnosis and therapy.
CTMM (Center for Translational Molecular Medicine) is a Netherlands-based public-private partnership dedicated to the development of technologies in molecular medicine that enable early diagnosis and personalised treatment for oncology, cardiovascular, neurodegenerative and infectious/auto-immune disease - the four main areas of disease causing mortality and diminished quality of life in the western world.
Once fully complete, the facility will be able to house up to 350 science professionals, including the likes of chemists, biologists, biophysicists, clinician scientists, certified radiology and nuclear medicine physicians as well as engineers; the molecular medicine department alone is expected to employ 200 people.
Many books describe DNA in medicine, from monographs to multiple-author heavy volumes, but the uniqueness of this single-author introductory textbook of molecular medicine is that it simplifies the seemingly complex concepts of DNA in medicine so that readers can find an easy entry into the world of molecular medicine.
Walther of the Max Delbruck Center for Molecular Medicine in Berlin-Buch and his colleagues created mutant mice that lack this enzyme.
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