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  2. Vanderbilt University - Wikipedia

    Until April 2016 Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) was a component of the university, but is now an independent organization. The Medical Center continues to cooperate with the university and many clinical staff serve as faculty members at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and Vanderbilt University School of Nursing . [159]

  3. Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Wikipedia

    The Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) is a medical provider with multiple hospitals in Nashville, Tennessee, as well as clinics and facilities throughout Middle Tennessee. VUMC is an independent non-profit organization , but maintains academic affiliations with Vanderbilt University .

  4. List of hospitals in the Netherlands - Wikipedia

    University and supra-regional hospitals. All hospitals listed here are also listed under their respective provinces. The eight university hospitals offer the highest level of care available in the Netherlands.

  5. Barney S. Graham - Wikipedia

    Barney S. Graham is an American immunologist, virologist, and clinical trials physician. He is the deputy director of the Vaccine Research Center and the chief of the Viral Pathogenesis Laboratory.

  6. Academic Medical Center (Amsterdam) - Wikipedia

    The Academic Medical Center (Dutch: Academisch Medisch Centrum), or AMC, is the university hospital affiliated with the University of Amsterdam.It is one of the largest and leading hospitals of the Netherlands, located in the Bijlmer neighborhood in the most south-eastern part of the city of Amsterdam.

  7. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam - Wikipedia

    The Vrije Universiteit is formally a private institution, part of the VU-VUmc Foundation. The other main institution within this foundation is the VU University Medical Center, which has a separate management structure. The university is governed by the Executive Board, consisting of a President, a Vice-President and a Rector.

  8. Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase - Wikipedia

    Structure. In humans there are two isoforms of PEPCK; a cytosolic form (SwissProt P35558) and a mitochondrial isoform (SwissProt Q16822) which have 63.4% sequence identity.

  9. Polypharmacy - Wikipedia

    Polypharmacy is most commonly defined as the use of five or more medications daily by an individual. However, the definition of polypharmacy is still debated and can vary from two to 11 concurrent medications.