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Title

43-35/1/2006Mae Fern Schroeder, BA
43-35/1/2006Robert L. Sainburg, PhD, MS, OTR
43-11/1/2006Susan I. V. Judge, PhD
43-11/1/2006Barry S. Oken, MD

with central nervous system activity 43-11/1/2006Jesus Lovera, MD, MSPH
43-11/1/2006Mitchell T. Wallin, MD, MPH
42-59/1/2005Margaret A. Finley, PT, PhD

motor impairment 42-59/1/2005Paul H. Lysaker, PhD

schizophrenia: Effects on hope and work 42-47/1/2005Hans Chaudhry, PhD

equilibrium score 42-3s3/1/2005John F. Ditunno, Jr., MD
42-35/1/2005Prasad D. Polur, PhD
42-35/1/2005Christine L. Williams, DNSc, APRN, BC
42-35/1/2005Craig Boylstein, PhD
42-23/1/2005Gerald Goldstein, PhD
42-11/1/2005Louanne W. Davis, PsyD
42-11/1/2005Dean M. Reker, PhD, RN
42-11/1/2005Susan A. Leon, MA
42-11/1/2005Helen Ahn, MD
41-47/1/2004Michael G. Lacourse, PhD
41-47/1/2004Stephen E. Nadeau, MD
41-3B5/1/2004Faith W. Akin, PhD
41-3a5/1/2004Ryan M. Smith, BSEE
41-3a5/1/2004Ryan M. Smith, BSEE
41-23/1/2004Paul H. Lysaker, PhD
40-611/1/2003Kevin L. Kilgore, PhD
40-59/1/2003Faith W. Akin, PhD
40-47/1/2003Ivonne McDowell
40-11/1/2003Alexander W. Dromerick, MD
39-611/1/2002Jayme S. Knutson, MS
39-47/1/2002Katherine Richards, MS
39-47/1/2002Janet P. Szlyk, PhD
39-35/1/2002Pamela W. Duncan, PhD, PT, FAPTA
39-23/1/2002Donna Jo Blake, MD
39-23/1/2002Mark J. Tullman, MD
39-23/1/2002Robert D. Kerns, PhD
39-23/1/2002Steven R. Schwid, MD
38-611/1/2001Robert F. Kirsch, PhD
38-611/1/2001Yinghui Zhong, MS
38-611/1/2001Warren M. Grill, PhD
38-611/1/2001Kevin L. Kilgore, PhD
38-611/1/2001Andres Lozano, MD, PhD, FRCSC
38-611/1/2001John A. Davis, Jr. MD
37-47/1/2000Alan J Thompson, MD, FRCP, FRCPI
35-410/1/1998Linda Teri, PhD
35-26/1/1998Gerald Goldstein, PhD
33-410/1/1996Lee Warren, MA
33-24/1/1996P. Hunter Peckham, PhD
33-24/1/1996P. Hunter Peckham, PhD
33-24/1/1996J. Andy Hoffer, PhD
33-24/1/1996Patrick E. Crago, PhD
33-12/1/1996David Levine, PhD, PT
33-12/1/1996Richard T. Jackson, PhD
32-25/1/1995Gowtham Jayaram, MS
32-25/1/1995Satoshi Ueda, M.D.
32-12/1/1995Michael J. Rosen, PhD
26-39/1/1989Deirdre M. Marshall, MD
25-25/1/1988Felice L. Loverso, PhD

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Opie,

THANKS - TONS of new info for us, I'm sure to use it.

Merry Christmas - good to see you posting !

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