Theiler


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Theiler

(ˈtaɪlə)
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(Biography) Max. 1899–1972, US virologist, born in South Africa, who developed a vaccine against yellow fever. Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1951
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MIKE THEILER October 11, 2017 11:05am EDT - Reuters DUBAI - 10 February 2018: International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde affirmed on Saturday the importance of removing energy subsidies worldwide and especially in the Middle East.
We wanted to create a facility that was more than a dining center," says Katie Theiler, director of marketing and communications for university housing and dining.
One of the biggest trends we've witnessed from both the sales side and consumer preferences has been the shift away from a commodity product and towards a higher-end, branded product," says Jay Theiler, executive director of marketing at Agri Beef Co.
Janet Theiler, aged in her 60s, was fatally injured when her bike collided with a trailer on the outskirts of Killarney, Co Kerry, on May 30.
With respect to the moderating effect of level of expertise, past research has shown mental practice to be beneficial to both novices and experts (Feltz & Landers, 1983; Theiler & Lippman, 1995), with novices benefiting the most from mental practice in the early stages of learning (Lutz, McBride, & Rothstein, 1979).
Craig Cornwell, Billy Szeto, Jeff Theiler, and Sam Vichattu join as Vice Presidents reporting to Kirsten (Didi) Hakes, head of the Small Business Administration Lending group.
Once again we are very excited to extend our partnership with Huawei to provide even better services for our customers, Rick Theiler, WW Vice President, Global Resell Partners & OEMs at Commvault.
Max Theiler at the Rockefeller Institute develops a yellow fever vaccine, which wins him a Nobel Prize in 1951.
Virologist Max Theiler won a 1951 Nobel Prize for developing a vaccine against which disease?
Stefan Theiler, a Lanxess expert in highly filled nylons, said this compound conducts heat better and is more cost-effective than other materials.
Assistant US attorney Todd Greenberg told US Magistrate Judge Mary Alice Theiler Tuesday: "A number of the items went to the Iranian military.
10] Bischoff HA, Borchers M, Gudat F, Duermueller U, Theiler R, Stahelin HB, Dick W (2001) In situ detection of 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 receptor in human skeletal muscle tissue.