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- Full title: McGraw-Hill’s EMT Flashcards 2nd Edition by Peter A. DiPrima; Scott S. Coyne
- Edition: 2nd
- Copyright year: 2020
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education / Medical
- Author: Peter A. DiPrima; Scott S. Coyne
- ISBN: 9781260457742, 9781536184211
- Format: PDF
Description of McGraw-Hill’s EMT Flashcards 2nd Edition by Peter A. DiPrima; Scott S. Coyne:
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The author, Dr. Victor V. Chaban is Professor of Medicine with dual appointment at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (CDU) and University of California Los Angeles (UCLA). Dr. Chaban completed his post-doctoral training in Neuroscience at UCLA and graduate studies in Clinical Research at CDU. He serves on National Institute of Health and several international study sections and holds U.S. Patents. Prof. Chaban is established expert, who contributed significantly to a better understanding of neuroplasticity and neurodegeneration associated with changes in calcium signaling.
Calcium Signaling and Nervous System: Overview and Directions for Research gives an up to date account of changes in intracellular Ca2 associated with primary afferents sensitization, neuronal and glial reorganization, neuroprotection and neurodegeneration. This book is recommended to scientists, healthcare providers, students and patients.