Joshua C. Gillen

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Chemical characterization of damage-released alarm cues in ostariophysan fishes has lagged far behind the study of the ecological role that these cues play in behavioral decision-making of prey fishes. Chondroitin sulfate has been identified as a putative component of alarm cue based on two laboratory studies of zebrafish, Danio rerio, and the northern(More)
This paper presents the first study of characteristics of full-time family practice educators in the United States. The majority of family practice educators entered the teaching field within the 1972 to 1975 time period, having done so after a period of ten to 20 years in the private practice of family medicine. Group practice (124) marginally outnumbered(More)
Residents' health risks constitute an area of increasing concern for hospitals and residencies. This study examined the importance of health risk policies in the context of students' selection of residencies. In 1991, all 836 fourth-year students in six Ohio medical schools were surveyed about their attitudes regarding residencies' policies on drug(More)
This study examines the factors influencing family physicians' patient referrals for psychotherapy. A questionnaire designed from a pilot study of the full-time family practice faculty at Wright State University was mailed to all members (154) of the voluntary family practice faculty at Wright State University with a 63 percent return rate. Results(More)
In 1979, an isolated case of legionnaires' disease in a 46 year old Caucasian male Ohio physician was reported. Diagnosis was later confirmed by a fourfold increase in indirect immunofluorescent antibody titer level. Recovery began rapidly after the administration of erythromycin therapy and appeared to be complete. The following year the same patient(More)
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