Lozier


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Noun1.Lozier - United States physician who in 1863 founded a medical school for women (1813-1888)
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The artists include: Kathryn Beam, Linda Cannizzo, Julia Fisher, Julia Fuhler, Quentin Hunter, Mary Therese Kolodzik, Lily Kreitz, Chris Lozier, Mary Mariutto, Melissa Ragusin, Mike Regan, Josie Rochell, Nicole Wolter and Johnnie Wong
SUSAN LOZIER has been appointed dean and Betsy Middleton and John Clark Sutherland Chair in the Georgia Institute of Technology College of Sciences.
Alexandra Sanchez, MD; Claudio Smuclovisky, MD, FACC, FSCCT; Matthew Lozier, MD; John Lee, MD; and Vicente Font, MD, FACP, FCCP, FACC, FASE
That Minnesota-based dynamo, Davina Lozier (nee Sowers), returns to the venue for the Saturday late-night slot (10.30pm) with her tourniquet-tight combo the Vagabonds, which happens to include Davina's husband, Zack, on trumpet and vocals.
Morphometric approaches have been used widely to differentiate between closely related species, populations and biotypes in various insects (Lozier et al., 2008; Barahoei et al., 2011; Lamb, 2011; Ruiz et al., 2014).
Synopsis: The collaborative project of Barbara Hall and Kathryn Gamble Lozier, "Women and the Land" is a photographic compendium that showcases more than twenty-five women who are impacting Iowa's farmland.
The number originally came from the Charlotte Lozier Institute, the research arm of the Susan B.
Matthew Lozier, PhD [1]; Laura Adams, DVM [1]; Mitchelle Flores Febo, MS [1,2]; Jomil Torres-Aponte, MS [2]; Melissa Bello-Pagan, MS [2]; Kyle R.
Another out-of-state runner, Travis Lozier of Westfield, Ind., said he was excited to explore the campus and see Pre's Rock.
The team enlisted a fourth member, physical oceanographer Suzan Lozier of Duke University, and created a computer model that incorporated a range of biological and oceanographic data to simulate the larvae's travel patterns.
That's why, when looking at technology, "it is important to ensure the software not only provides a robust level of functionality for the consumer, but also complies with regulatory standards," said Timothy Lozier, director of product strategy at EtQ, a Farmingdale, N.Y.-based provider of quality and operational risk and compliance management software.