coinvestigator

coinvestigator

(ˌkəʊɪnˈvɛstɪˌɡeɪtə)
n
a fellow investigator
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Azfar's coinvestigator, presented an analysis of the rates of cardiovascular, cerebrovascular, and peripheral vascular disease in the same study population.
It may be that there weren't enough women in the trial to demonstrate the procedure's benefit, notes coinvestigator Robert W.
"I don't think we'll ever find a litmus test for identifying victims of sexual abuse," contends coinvestigator John Briere of the University of Southern California School of Medicine in Los An les.
Two weeks later, DeNoble and Paul Mele, a coinvestigator at Philip Morris' short-lived behavioral pharmacology laboratory in Richmond, Va., appeared before the subcommittee to discuss their nicotine studies.
Chronic opioid use has increased in the past decade as physicians have become more attuned to the need to treat chronic pain, coinvestigator Jeffrey S.
Chronic opioid use has increased during the past decade as physicians have become more attuned to the need to treat chronic pain, coinvestigator Jeffrey S.
NSABP Director Bernard Fisher and his chief statistician, Carol Redmond, traveled to Montreal in December 1990 to meet with Poisson and coinvestigator Sandra Legault-Poisson.
It will be given to 30 healthy homosexual males beginning in January at Seattle's Pacific Medical Center, according to study coinvestigator Ann Collier of the University of Washington School of Medicine.
Carly Howett, New Horizons coinvestigator, said: "We can definitively say that Ultima Thule is red."
Dr Hagermann - the only UK-based scientist on the Hayabusa2 mission - is coinvestigator on the Thermal Infrared Imager, which will study the temperature and thermal inertia of the asteroid.
Along with the DPT faculty at NSU-Tampa, she was coinvestigator of a grant entitled: "Where does the time go?
Elsewhere, Gregg's coinvestigator Cherry Healey (also enthusiastic - she occasionally says "wowsers") is discovering the secrets of the tea leaf in an African tea processing plant.