Owen Gray

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In cancer research, well characterized small animal models of human cancer, such as transgenic mice, have greatly accelerated the pace of development of cancer treatments. The goal of the Small Animal Radiation Research Platform (SARRP) is to make those same models available for the development and evaluation of novel radiation therapies. In combination(More)
Seventy-one surviving infants were followed up from birth to 24 weeks of postnatal age. Their mean gestational age was 32 weeks with a range of 26-36 weeks and a standard deviation of 2.1 weeks. Their mean birth weight was 1,805 kg with a range of 0.675-2.5 kg and a standard deviation of 0.408 kg. Their weights, lengths and head circumferences were measured(More)
In a study of the inter-rater reliability of the Griffiths Mental Development Scales, the Eye-Hand Coordination and the Performance and Practical Reasoning Scales were found to show greater consistency between raters than the Locomotor, Personal-Social scale and the Hearing-Speech Scale. The latter scales were more sensitive to interpretation by different(More)
The application and interpretation of computerised spectral analysis of the neonatal electroencephalogram (EEG) using the Neuroscience Berg Fourier Analyser (BFA) is described. Recordings are immediately available at the cotside. Electrophysiological changes can be recognised by individuals with no previous experience in EEG technology. The compact nature(More)
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