J. Drews

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Driven by chemistry but increasingly guided by pharmacology and the clinical sciences, drug research has contributed more to the progress of medicine during the past century than any other scientific factor. The advent of molecular biology and, in particular, of genomic sciences is having a deep impact on drug discovery. Recombinant proteins and monoclonal(More)
  • C Sanchez-Glanville, Brindle Me, Spence T Blackwood, J Drews, T Menzies, Martin S +23 others
  • 2015
Lopushinsky SR " Evaluating the introduction of extracorporeal life support technology to a tertiary-care pediatric institution: smooting the learning curve through inter-professional simulation training ". A contemporary prediction rule for esophageal atresia (EA) and trachea-esophageal fistula (TEF) ". outcomes of splenectomy in children: Report of the(More)
Through the use of technology in science education the students , staff, and community members of the Randolph School District can broaden their knowledge of science content and application. Due to the lack of student laboratory data collection devices , this project's intended is to address the problems arising from a limited use oftechnology in the(More)
An algorithm for compressing or expanding the duration of an arbitrary sound is presented, in which the frequencies present in the sound are not changed by the process. This means that music can be slowed without changing the key, and that sped up or slowed down voices can still be recognized. The process can be performed in a small fraction of real time,(More)
The purpose of this study was to elevate the specificity of gross-motor assessment strategies presently used with moderately mentally retarded children by measuring voluntary motor performance as a function of level of reflex development, level of orthopedic functioning, and type of prompts used in test instructions. After clinically assessing subjects'(More)
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