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Links – May 13, 2011

I’m sorry for not posting much lately. I have, as Gerty-Z joked on Twitter, reached the ‘herding cats’ portion of my graduate education. I’m busy wrapping up loose ends and trying to schedule and prepare for my thesis defense. Also … Continue reading

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Links – May 5, 2011

Feliz Cinco de Mayo! Before I get to the links, here are some things that have been going on lately: – My post not too long ago on the efficacy of cortisol supplement during exposure therapy for specific phobias was … Continue reading

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Links – April 25, 2011

Physiology AAPA symposium on Evolution through the Life Course: Why we shouldn’t prescribe hormonal contraception to twelve year olds. Can the benefits of hormonal contraceptives seen in adult women be applied to girls as young as 11-12? Can the use … Continue reading

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Links – April 20, 2011

Physiology Opinion: The decline of physiology. Medical schools in the UK are scaling back their basic physiology education in favor of more pathology and clinical courses which skim over the basic physiology needed to understand those situations. If you are … Continue reading

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Links – April 17, 2011

Physiology Birds inherited strong sense of smell from dinosaurs and by the same title at Smithsonian. A relatively weak sense of smell may be a fairly new adaptation in many bird species. Biology Did Lucy’s species butcher animals? A brief … Continue reading

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Experimental Biology 2011

Scicurious has been blogging about the happenings at the Experimenal Biology 2011 conference in Washington, DC this week. She’s been doing an impressive job, churning out about three posts a day. Here are some of my favorites: Estrogen receptors in … Continue reading

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Links – April 7, 2011

I’m going to try segregating my links into topics, likely physiology, other biology, other science, and other stuff entirely. If it isn’t worth the time, I’ll stop doing it. Physiology In case you missed me blogging and linking and tweeting … Continue reading

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