John Griswold

Urvish Trivedi1
Lori Thurgood1
Richard Mandel1
1Urvish Trivedi
1Lori Thurgood
1Richard Mandel
1Robert Buhrman
1Buhm Soon
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Diabetes mellitus (DM) affects 23.6 million people in the USA and approximately 20-25% of diabetic patients will develop foot ulceration during the course of their disease. Up to a quarter of these patients will develop infections that will necessitate amputation. Although many studies report that the rates of antibiotic resistant infections have increased(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to identify the critical decisions surgeons need to make regarding laparoscopic surgery, the information these decisions are based on, the strategies employed by surgeons to reach their objectives, and the difficulties experienced by novices. BACKGROUND Laparoscopic training focuses on the development of technical(More)
Windblown hand is a term used in many instances to describe ulnar deviations of the fingers with or without other malformations. In 1994 Wood reviewed all of the descriptions of cases of windblown hand and pointed out how many variants of congenital ulnar drift there are, suggesting that the many variations seen may all belong to a larger type of(More)
  • Paula Stephan, W J Usery, Robert Buhrman, Ronald Ehrenberg, John Griswold, Vicky Harden +8 others
  • 2014
I examine and document how the Endless Frontier changed the research landscape at universities and how universities responded to the initiative. I show that the agencies it established and funded initially recruited research proposals from faculty and applications from students for fellowships and scholarships. By the 1960s the tables had begun to turn and(More)
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