CTE


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CTE

abbr.
chronic traumatic encephalopathy
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References in classic literature ?
Fragment #4 -- Scholiast on Aeschines in Ctes., sec.
* Comprehensive programming with more than 300 sessions covering high-quality secondary and postsecondary CTE and informative workshops, including the STEM is CTE Symposium
Few would say that broadening the population of students served by CTE and strengthening its linkage with postsecondary education are undesirable outcomes.
The grant offers the college an opportunity to be innovative and flexible in implementing support service strategies that respond to the varying needs of the diverse population of CTE students.
"Aaron had stage 3 CTE usually seen in players with a median age of death of 67 years," said the suit, which was filed in Massachusetts on behalf of the couple's daughter, Avielle Janelle Hernandez.
CTE is not a disease that is shown up all at one time.
26 September 2014 - US development-stage medical device company Aethlon Medical Inc (OTCMKTS:AEMD) and its diagnostic unit Exosome Sciences Inc (ESI) said Friday they had entered into a clinical collaboration with the Boston University (BU) CTE Centre to advance a blood-based diagnostic candidate capable of detecting Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) in living individuals.
CTE said around 98% of votes made at a shareholders meeting in New York, supported the merger, and claimed the USD1.16bn agreement will result in the US's seventh largest local exchange carrier.
CTE noted that the flywheel battery initiative will support the advancement of the technology for transportation applications.
CTE noted that the funding will also be used to facilitate the advancement of flywheel battery systems, which the center said have potential as an enabling technology for fuel cells in transportation applications.