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In addition to human encephalitis and meningitis cases, the West Nile (WN) virus outbreak in the summer and fall of 1999 in New York State resulted in bird deaths in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. From August to December 1999, 295 dead birds were laboratory-confirmed with WN virus infection; 262 (89%) were American Crows (Corvus brachyrhynchos). The(More)
In 1999, Connecticut was one of three states in which West Nile (WN) virus actively circulated prior to its recognition. In 2000, prospective surveillance was established, including monitoring bird deaths, testing dead crows, trapping and testing mosquitoes, testing horses and hospitalized humans with neurologic illness, and conducting a human(More)
Endothelial cell proteinase activated receptors (PARs) belong to a family of heterotrimeric G protein-coupled receptors that are implicated in leukocyte accumulation and potentiation of reperfusion injury. We characterized the effect and the signal transduction pathways recruited after stimulation of endothelial PAR2. We used von Willebrand Factor (vWF)(More)
On November 19, 2001, a case of inhalational anthrax was identified in a 94-year-old Connecticut woman, who later died. We conducted intensive surveillance for additional anthrax cases, which included collecting data from hospitals, emergency departments, private practitioners, death certificates, postal facilities, veterinarians, and the state medical(More)
  • Gaby E. Carpenter, Gaby Carpenter, Michael Donihue, Randy Nelson
  • 2016
Part of the Economics Commons, and the Environmental Studies Commons Colby College theses are protected by copyright. They may be viewed or downloaded from this site for the purposes of research and scholarship. Reproduction or distribution for commercial purposes is prohibited without written permission of the author. Abstract The Gulf of Maine (GOM)(More)
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the inaugural Neuroscience Symposium at Kent State Universtty:The Neuroscience of Mental Health. The purpose of this symposium is to bring together nationally renowned neuroscience researchers, clinical practitioners, students and the public to discuss leading-edge university research on mechanisms underlying mood and(More)
The Novartis Foundation is an international scienti¢c and educational charity (UK Registered Charity No. 313574). Known until September 1997 as the Ciba Foundation, it was established in 1947 by the CIBA company of Basle, which merged with Sandoz in 1996, to form Novartis. The Foundation operates independently in London under English trust law. It was(More)
Students representing more than thirty institutions from across the nation will present posters on the research they have conducted at Ohio State. The past year has been very rewarding in terms of program growth and excellence in neuroscience research and education. As outlined in this issue our students are publishing in top tier journals at an increasing(More)
It is officially winter break, but the NGSP committee has been hard at work sorting through applications for the new incoming class of students. The committee identified 30 applicants to visit Ohio State during two recruitment events scheduled January 15-16 and 22-23. We were impressed with the high quality of applicants this year and hope that we can(More)