As our careers progress, without some experiences that broaden our expertise and perspectives, we risk becoming pigeonholed in a single subdiscipline
of environmental health.
A professor of solid and fluid mechanics also proved to be a mentor; that's what drove her to study fluid dynamics, a subdiscipline
of fluid mechanics, in graduate school.
Critique: Social evolution is a subdiscipline
of evolutionary biology that is concerned with social behaviors that have fitness consequences for individuals other than the actor.
That said, the study of the invention of the modern public sphere and the concomitant constructs of "religion" and "secularity" have a rich life outside this subdiscipline
This committee was purposefully comprised of a broad range of backgrounds and expertise, including physicians from each cardiovascular medicine subdiscipline
, key non-physician administrators, a nurse leader, a business office manager and a clinical operations analyst.
Notwithstanding its sins, The Philosophy of Economics is a well-constructed guide to an underserved subdiscipline
By using and critiquing terms such as "rights" and "recognition" so elegantly, Franco puts the often-marginalized subdiscipline
of American Jewish literary studies at the very center of the debates that animate the broader field of American studies and our understanding of American culture in the twenty-first century.
As the subtitle of this book implies, this volume also does better at covering the variety of approaches and themes under the label "intercultural theology" than it does in offering a systematic discussion of the definition, object, and agenda of this emerging subdiscipline
Don't try to regulate every conceivable subdiscipline
within the lab sciences.
Urogynaecology is the subdiscipline
of obstetrics and gynaecology dealing with urinary incontinence in the female and female pelvic floor disorders.
Trauma studies are an interdisciplinary field of humanities, which emerged as a distinct subdiscipline
approximately in the late 1990s.
In recognition of the importance of this newly recognized subdiscipline
, entomologists can now highlight their work on insect symbiosis by publishing in a new section in the Annals of the Entomological Society of America.