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UCL University College London Eprints (411.881 recursos)

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  1. Enhancing the Europe of Knowledge: the untapped potential of reforming academic careers

    Fumasoli, T

  2. Governance in Swiss Universities. A comparative analysis through cantonal and federal laws

    Fumasoli, T

  3. Official strategies of Swiss universities. A documentary analysis

    Fumasoli, T

  4. University autonomy and organizational change

    Fumasoli, T; Gornitzka, A; Leruth, B

  5. A multi-level approach to differentiated integration, distributive policy, national heterogeneity and actors in the European Research Area

    Fumasoli, T; Gornitzka, A; Leruth, B

  6. Intercultural dialogue in higher education in Europe

    Fumasoli, T; Mauri Brusa, M; Poglia, E

  7. Scandinavian Flagship Universities: an Appraisal of Leading National Universities in the European Context

    Fumasoli, T; Stensaker, B

  8. Adapting tissue-engineered in vitro CNS models for high-throughput study of neurodegeneration.

    O'Rourke, C; Lee-Reeves, C; Drake, RA; Cameron, GW; Loughlin, AJ; Phillips, JB
    Neurodegenerative conditions remain difficult to treat, with the continuing failure to see therapeutic research successfully advance to clinical trials. One of the obstacles that must be overcome is to develop enhanced models of disease. Tissue engineering techniques enable us to create organised artificial central nervous system tissue that has the potential to improve the drug development process. This study presents a replicable model of neurodegenerative pathology through the use of engineered neural tissue co-cultures that can incorporate cells from various sources and allow degeneration and protection of neurons to be observed easily and measured, following exposure to neurotoxic compounds -...

  9. Culture matters: using a cultural contexts of health approach to enhance policy making (policy brief, No.1)

    Napier, D; Depledge, M; Knipper, M; Lovell, R; Ponarin, E; Sanabria, E; Thomas, F

  10. Producing The Lancet and University College London Commission on Culture and Health

    Napier, AD

  11. Epidemics and Xenophobia, or, Why Xenophilia Matters

    Napier, D

  12. The Power of the Between: An Anthropological Odyssey

    Napier, AD

  13. Culture and health reply

    Napier, AD

  14. Malignant: How Cancer Becomes Us

    Napier, AD

  15. Assessment of diabetes vulnerability in the City Changing Diabetes (CCD) study in Tianjin

    Liu, X; Chen, J; Volkmann, A-M; Jing, X; Yu, C; Li, D; Chen, L; Ma, J; Napier, D

  16. Identification of neglected vulnerable subgroups living with diabetes in Tianjin: a qualitative study

    Liu, X; Jing, X; Chen, J; Yu, C; Volkmann, A-M; Han, D; Napier, D; Chen, L; Ma, J

  17. Virologic Response to First-Line Efavirenz- or Nevirapine-Based Anti-Retroviral Therapy in HIV-Infected African Children.

    Kekitiinwa, A; Szubert, AJ; Spyer, M; Katuramu, R; Musiime, V; Mhute, T; Bakeera-Kitaka, S; Senfuma, O; Walker, AS; Gibb, DM; ARROW Trial Team,
    BACKGROUND: Poorer virologic response to nevirapine vs efavirenz-based antiretroviral therapy (ART) has been reported in adult systematic reviews and pediatric studies. METHODS: We compared drug discontinuation and viral load (VL) response in ART-naïve Ugandan/Zimbabwean children ≥3 years of age initiating ART with clinician-chosen nevirapine vs efavirenz in the ARROW trial. Predictors of suppression <80, <400 and <1000 copies/ml at 36, 48 and 144 weeks were identified using multivariable logistic regression with backwards elimination (p=0.1). RESULTS: 445(53%) children received efavirenz and 391(47%) nevirapine. Children receiving efavirenz were older (median 8.6 years vs 7.5 nevirapine, p<0.001) and had higher CD4% (12% vs...

  18. Resilience and Vulnerability Factors When Pain is Acute as Predictors of Disability: Findings From a Two-Year Longitudinal Study

    Esteve, R; Bendayan, R; López-Martínez, AE; Ramírez-Maestre, C

  19. A Theoretical Impasse? The Concept of the Symbolic in Melanie Klein and Jacques Lacan

    Mintchev, ND

  20. Invasive synergy in an ant-plant mutualism

    Devenish, AJM; Midgley, J; Newton, RJ; Sumner, S

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