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Renuka 2021-10-25

Indiana University Bloomington offers an internet graduate certificate in knowledge science comprised of twelve credit hours.

The program is versatile in this students will opt for associatey four courses from an approved list to meet the requirements; courses cowl topics like health and medication, cloud computing, data processing and analysis, and high performance computing.

This SAS certification offers coaching in prognosticative modeling, statistic prognostication, machine learning and knowledge optimisation techniques.

The course introduces numerous data processing techniques for extracting helpful knowledge from an oversized set of knowledge and organizing data in an exceedingly thanks to create it helpful and analyze the pattern of datasets to coach models for creating correct predictions.

Business Analyst Course In today’s digitally connected world, nearly each organisation collects massive amounts of knowledge in their daily operations.

This knowledge Science coaching is dropped at you by our coaching partner GoDataDriven.GoDataDriven works with consultants in their field UN agency area unit continuously on the lookout for the foremost innovative ways that to urge the foremost out of knowledge.

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Benny Parkhurst 2020-07-22
(Indiana University) Despite efforts by ridesharing companies to eliminate or reduce discrimination, research from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business finds that racial and LGBT bias persists among drivers.
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Pooja Mahajan 2021-10-28

Neurofibromatosis is a genetic condition that disrupts the cell growth in your nervous system, causing formation of tumors on nerve tissue.

Neurofibromatosis is usually diagnosed in childhood or early adulthood.Read Report Overview -https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/neurofibromatosis-treatment-market.htmlThe tumors are noncancerous (benign) in most of the cases, but in some cases these tumors become cancerous (malignant) tumors.

People suffering with neurofibromatosis often experience only mild symptom and effects may range from hearing loss, learning impairment, and heart and blood vessel (cardiovascular) complications to severe disability due to nerve compression by tumors, loss of vision and severe pain.There is no specific treatment for neurofibromatosis, but treatment aims to maximize healthy growth and development and to manage complications as soon as they arise.

When neurofibromatosis causes large tumors or tumors that press on a nerve, surgery may help ease symptoms.

There are currently no drugs in the market for neurofibromatosis treatment, however ever certain drugs in the phase III of the clinical trials include Lamotrigine (Erasmus Medical Center), and Tamsulosin HCL (GL Pharm Tech Corporation).

The drugs in the phase II of the clinical trials include Cabozantinib (University of Alabama at Birmingham), RAD001 (Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris), Gleevec (Indiana University), Everolimus (Texas Neurofibromatosis Foundation) and others.Geographically, Neurofibromatosis is an orphan disease, and the prevalence rate of neurofibromatosis is low.

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David Brown 2020-10-02
(Indiana University) Indiana University researchers analyzed these geographic regions, which include cities like New Orleans, Bangkok, and Shanghai, using a new global dataset to determine how many people live on river deltas, how many are vulnerable to a 100-year storm surge event, and the ability of the deltas to naturally mitigate impacts of climate change.
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John Burns 2020-07-24
(Indiana University School of Medicine) Indiana University School of Medicine is leading the first study of the national Diabetic Foot Consortium sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK). The goal of the study is to prevent reopening of closed wounds by identifying a biomarker that would predict such recurrence during the process of standard wound care.
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Thomas Gibson 2020-09-02
(Indiana University) With just over two months before the 2020 election, three professors at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business offer a comprehensive review of how other nations are seeking to protect their democratic institutions and presents how a multifaceted, targeted approach is needed to achieve that goal in the U.S., where intelligence officials have warned that Russia and other rivals are again attempting to undermine our democracy.
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James Neely 2019-03-21
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INDIANAPOLIS - Unlike the three most common forms of breast cancer, triple negative breast cancer has no currently approved targeted therapies for treatment.

That was one of the reasons it was chosen as a disease area of focus for the Indiana University Precision Health Grand Challenge initiative, aimed to research and develop better treatments, cures or preventions, as quickly as possible.

Xiongbin Lu, PhD, a researcher in the Vera Bradley Foundation Center for Breast Cancer Research at Indiana University School of Medicine, working in collaboration with researchers from the University of Maryland, recently reported several important findings related to triple negative breast cancer and its treatment future, in the prestigious journal Nature Nanotechnology.

According to the paper now available online, TP53 is the most frequently mutated gene in triple negative breast cancer, meaning it is fueling the growth of this aggressive form of breast cancer.

However, the problem with trying to target mutated TP53, specifically, is that it is not a druggable target, because of its potential toxicity - or ability to kill - nearby healthy cells.

Lu, also a researcher at the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center, said, "Think of POLR2A as both a checking and savings account.

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Jennifer Ervin 2020-09-21
(Indiana University) A new study has tracked the long-term impact of early seed funding obtained from the National Science Foundation on many key advances in astronomy over the past three decades.
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David Erb 2021-03-15
(DOE/Sandia National Laboratories) A new Department of Energy open-access quantum computing testbed is ready for the public. Scientists from Indiana University recently became the first team to begin using Sandia National Laboratories' Quantum Scientific Computing Open User Testbed, or QSCOUT.
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Christopher Johnson 2021-07-07
(Regenstrief Institute) Regenstrief research scientist and Indiana University School of Medicine faculty member Suranga Kasthurirathne, PhD, has been honored by selection as a fellow of the 4th Intercontinental Academia (ICA): Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence. Through its fellowship program, the ICA seeks to create a global network of future research leaders.
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John Johannes 2020-07-20
(Regenstrief Institute) Three telehealth services within the VA -- TeleNeurology, TelePain and TeleGeriatric Resources for Assessment and Care of Elders -- are being enabled and evaluated by VA, Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University researchers to increase veteran access to care. The work is supported by a new $5.1 million five-year VA grant.
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William Carter 2019-02-15
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But it seems the phrase doubles as important advice for college professors.

That’s the upshot of a huge study at Indiana University, led by Elizabeth Canning, where researchers measured the attitudes of instructors and the grades their students earned in classes.

It seems to be the result of various obstacles that students face along the way, from stereotypes about which groups are naturally skilled in which fields, to cultural differences that make some students hesitant to seek help in a class, to a lack of advantages in primary and secondary education.

Many issues are unintentional and subtle.

This is why the researchers decided to look at something subtle that they expected might be important: whether professors felt that a student’s intelligence is fixed and unchanging or whether they thought it could be developed.

A simple survey was sent out to all the instructors of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) courses at Indiana University, and an impressive 40 percent responded—150 instructors covering 634 courses.

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Marshall Johnson 2021-02-24
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(Purdue University) New technology from Purdue University and Indiana University School of Medicine innovators may one day help patients who suffer devastating vocal injuries from surgery on the larynx. A collaborative team consisting of Purdue biomedical engineers and clinicians from IU has tissue-engineered component tissue replacements that support reconstruction of the larynx.
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Dave Rogriguez 2017-09-21
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Only a year after establishing the intelligent systems engineering program in the Indiana University School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering, the university has been awarded a five-year, $4 million grant from the National Science Foundation to advance nanoscale devices to improve human health, including fighting cancer.

The node at IU will focus on simulating the interactions between nanoscale devices -- which operate at the level of a nanometer, or one-billionth of a meter -- and biological cells and tissues.

The grant is led by Geoffrey C. Fox, IU Distinguished Professor and interim associate dean for intelligent systems engineering at the IU School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering.

"We're living in a world where people are increasingly 'instrumented' with wearable devices and implanted devices within the body," Fox said.

Examples include ingestible pills that allow doctors to remotely monitor a patient's vital signs, microscopically small machines to continuously monitor blood sugar in people with diabetes, and customized nanoscale medical devices that offer physicians the unprecedented ability to detect and infiltrate cancer cells to destroy them -- or even potentially "reprogram" them to behave like normal cells.

"This award is a real vote of confidence in the school and an acknowledgement of the fact that our people are conducting extremely relevant, exciting work," added Fox, who also directs the Digital Science Center at IU.

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Jose Wenger 2017-06-21
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As head editor for the local chapter of an online food-culture publication, Brogan Dearinger spent most mornings last fall coming up with story ideas, editing submissions and checking the performance of articles.

But there was no money in it—at least not for her.

Ms. Dearinger, then a senior at Indiana University Bloomington, was among...

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James Maloch 2021-07-08
(Regenstrief Institute) The vast majority of electronic health record (EHR) alerts attempting to reduce prescribing of high-risk medications linked to dementia in older adults went unread in a study led by research scientists from Regenstrief Institute, Purdue University and Indiana University School of Medicine. The study is published in the June print issue of the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.
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Renuka 2021-10-25

Indiana University Bloomington offers an internet graduate certificate in knowledge science comprised of twelve credit hours.

The program is versatile in this students will opt for associatey four courses from an approved list to meet the requirements; courses cowl topics like health and medication, cloud computing, data processing and analysis, and high performance computing.

This SAS certification offers coaching in prognosticative modeling, statistic prognostication, machine learning and knowledge optimisation techniques.

The course introduces numerous data processing techniques for extracting helpful knowledge from an oversized set of knowledge and organizing data in an exceedingly thanks to create it helpful and analyze the pattern of datasets to coach models for creating correct predictions.

Business Analyst Course In today’s digitally connected world, nearly each organisation collects massive amounts of knowledge in their daily operations.

This knowledge Science coaching is dropped at you by our coaching partner GoDataDriven.GoDataDriven works with consultants in their field UN agency area unit continuously on the lookout for the foremost innovative ways that to urge the foremost out of knowledge.

Pooja Mahajan 2021-10-28

Neurofibromatosis is a genetic condition that disrupts the cell growth in your nervous system, causing formation of tumors on nerve tissue.

Neurofibromatosis is usually diagnosed in childhood or early adulthood.Read Report Overview -https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/neurofibromatosis-treatment-market.htmlThe tumors are noncancerous (benign) in most of the cases, but in some cases these tumors become cancerous (malignant) tumors.

People suffering with neurofibromatosis often experience only mild symptom and effects may range from hearing loss, learning impairment, and heart and blood vessel (cardiovascular) complications to severe disability due to nerve compression by tumors, loss of vision and severe pain.There is no specific treatment for neurofibromatosis, but treatment aims to maximize healthy growth and development and to manage complications as soon as they arise.

When neurofibromatosis causes large tumors or tumors that press on a nerve, surgery may help ease symptoms.

There are currently no drugs in the market for neurofibromatosis treatment, however ever certain drugs in the phase III of the clinical trials include Lamotrigine (Erasmus Medical Center), and Tamsulosin HCL (GL Pharm Tech Corporation).

The drugs in the phase II of the clinical trials include Cabozantinib (University of Alabama at Birmingham), RAD001 (Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris), Gleevec (Indiana University), Everolimus (Texas Neurofibromatosis Foundation) and others.Geographically, Neurofibromatosis is an orphan disease, and the prevalence rate of neurofibromatosis is low.

John Burns 2020-07-24
(Indiana University School of Medicine) Indiana University School of Medicine is leading the first study of the national Diabetic Foot Consortium sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK). The goal of the study is to prevent reopening of closed wounds by identifying a biomarker that would predict such recurrence during the process of standard wound care.
James Neely 2019-03-21
img

INDIANAPOLIS - Unlike the three most common forms of breast cancer, triple negative breast cancer has no currently approved targeted therapies for treatment.

That was one of the reasons it was chosen as a disease area of focus for the Indiana University Precision Health Grand Challenge initiative, aimed to research and develop better treatments, cures or preventions, as quickly as possible.

Xiongbin Lu, PhD, a researcher in the Vera Bradley Foundation Center for Breast Cancer Research at Indiana University School of Medicine, working in collaboration with researchers from the University of Maryland, recently reported several important findings related to triple negative breast cancer and its treatment future, in the prestigious journal Nature Nanotechnology.

According to the paper now available online, TP53 is the most frequently mutated gene in triple negative breast cancer, meaning it is fueling the growth of this aggressive form of breast cancer.

However, the problem with trying to target mutated TP53, specifically, is that it is not a druggable target, because of its potential toxicity - or ability to kill - nearby healthy cells.

Lu, also a researcher at the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center, said, "Think of POLR2A as both a checking and savings account.

David Erb 2021-03-15
(DOE/Sandia National Laboratories) A new Department of Energy open-access quantum computing testbed is ready for the public. Scientists from Indiana University recently became the first team to begin using Sandia National Laboratories' Quantum Scientific Computing Open User Testbed, or QSCOUT.
John Johannes 2020-07-20
(Regenstrief Institute) Three telehealth services within the VA -- TeleNeurology, TelePain and TeleGeriatric Resources for Assessment and Care of Elders -- are being enabled and evaluated by VA, Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University researchers to increase veteran access to care. The work is supported by a new $5.1 million five-year VA grant.
Marshall Johnson 2021-02-24
img
(Purdue University) New technology from Purdue University and Indiana University School of Medicine innovators may one day help patients who suffer devastating vocal injuries from surgery on the larynx. A collaborative team consisting of Purdue biomedical engineers and clinicians from IU has tissue-engineered component tissue replacements that support reconstruction of the larynx.
Jose Wenger 2017-06-21
img

As head editor for the local chapter of an online food-culture publication, Brogan Dearinger spent most mornings last fall coming up with story ideas, editing submissions and checking the performance of articles.

But there was no money in it—at least not for her.

Ms. Dearinger, then a senior at Indiana University Bloomington, was among...

Benny Parkhurst 2020-07-22
(Indiana University) Despite efforts by ridesharing companies to eliminate or reduce discrimination, research from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business finds that racial and LGBT bias persists among drivers.
David Brown 2020-10-02
(Indiana University) Indiana University researchers analyzed these geographic regions, which include cities like New Orleans, Bangkok, and Shanghai, using a new global dataset to determine how many people live on river deltas, how many are vulnerable to a 100-year storm surge event, and the ability of the deltas to naturally mitigate impacts of climate change.
Thomas Gibson 2020-09-02
(Indiana University) With just over two months before the 2020 election, three professors at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business offer a comprehensive review of how other nations are seeking to protect their democratic institutions and presents how a multifaceted, targeted approach is needed to achieve that goal in the U.S., where intelligence officials have warned that Russia and other rivals are again attempting to undermine our democracy.
Jennifer Ervin 2020-09-21
(Indiana University) A new study has tracked the long-term impact of early seed funding obtained from the National Science Foundation on many key advances in astronomy over the past three decades.
Christopher Johnson 2021-07-07
(Regenstrief Institute) Regenstrief research scientist and Indiana University School of Medicine faculty member Suranga Kasthurirathne, PhD, has been honored by selection as a fellow of the 4th Intercontinental Academia (ICA): Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence. Through its fellowship program, the ICA seeks to create a global network of future research leaders.
William Carter 2019-02-15
img

But it seems the phrase doubles as important advice for college professors.

That’s the upshot of a huge study at Indiana University, led by Elizabeth Canning, where researchers measured the attitudes of instructors and the grades their students earned in classes.

It seems to be the result of various obstacles that students face along the way, from stereotypes about which groups are naturally skilled in which fields, to cultural differences that make some students hesitant to seek help in a class, to a lack of advantages in primary and secondary education.

Many issues are unintentional and subtle.

This is why the researchers decided to look at something subtle that they expected might be important: whether professors felt that a student’s intelligence is fixed and unchanging or whether they thought it could be developed.

A simple survey was sent out to all the instructors of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) courses at Indiana University, and an impressive 40 percent responded—150 instructors covering 634 courses.

Dave Rogriguez 2017-09-21
img

Only a year after establishing the intelligent systems engineering program in the Indiana University School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering, the university has been awarded a five-year, $4 million grant from the National Science Foundation to advance nanoscale devices to improve human health, including fighting cancer.

The node at IU will focus on simulating the interactions between nanoscale devices -- which operate at the level of a nanometer, or one-billionth of a meter -- and biological cells and tissues.

The grant is led by Geoffrey C. Fox, IU Distinguished Professor and interim associate dean for intelligent systems engineering at the IU School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering.

"We're living in a world where people are increasingly 'instrumented' with wearable devices and implanted devices within the body," Fox said.

Examples include ingestible pills that allow doctors to remotely monitor a patient's vital signs, microscopically small machines to continuously monitor blood sugar in people with diabetes, and customized nanoscale medical devices that offer physicians the unprecedented ability to detect and infiltrate cancer cells to destroy them -- or even potentially "reprogram" them to behave like normal cells.

"This award is a real vote of confidence in the school and an acknowledgement of the fact that our people are conducting extremely relevant, exciting work," added Fox, who also directs the Digital Science Center at IU.

James Maloch 2021-07-08
(Regenstrief Institute) The vast majority of electronic health record (EHR) alerts attempting to reduce prescribing of high-risk medications linked to dementia in older adults went unread in a study led by research scientists from Regenstrief Institute, Purdue University and Indiana University School of Medicine. The study is published in the June print issue of the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.