Joshua Adler

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The suppression of melatonin by bright light is probably mediated by the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) in humans. In animals, SCN cells have broad visual receptive fields, suggesting that peripheral bright light could be effective for melatonin suppression. Twelve healthy subjects were subjected to 1000 lux illumination for 2 hr from 0100 to 0300 on two(More)
BACKGROUND Although health disparities are commonly addressed in preclinical didactic curricula, direct patient care activities with affected communities are more limited. PURPOSE To address this problem, health professional students designed a preclinical service-learning curriculum on hepatitis B viral (HBV) infection, a major health disparity affecting(More)
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