WASHINGTON (August 6, 2015) - Gaetano Lotrecchiano, Ed.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Clinical Research and Leadership and Pediatrics at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, has been tapped to serve as the Associate Editor of the Journal of Collaborative Health and Translational Medicine (JCHTM).
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Aging, Culture and Cognitive Training: Exploring the Use of a Novel EEG-Based Brain Computer Interface Intervention in Two Language Groups of an Asian Elderly Population
The Transdisciplinary Orientation Scale: Factor Structure and Relation to the Integrative Quality and Scope of Scientific Publications
Journal of Collaborative Healthcare and Translational Medicine
Comparison of Low-Carbohydrate Vs. A Low-Fat Diet on Prostate Cancer Biomarkers
A Mechanistic Hypothesis to Explain the Timing Hypothesis
Collaborating With the Community: The Extra-Territorial Translational Research Team
The Diagnostic Dilemma between Pulmonary Embolism with Positive Chest Imaging and Pneumonia: A Case Report and Literature Review
Scientific Evidence Based Genetic Testing Ontology Development towards Individualized Medicine
The Psychological Effect of Horticultural Therapy Intervention on Earthquake-Related Stress in Women of Earthquake-Related Areas
Physical Exercise Interventions in Patients Undergoing Allogeneic Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation
Coronary Balloon-Expandable Drug-Eluting Stents for Focal Superficial Femoral Artery Disease: When is the Time Ripe for Challenging Conventional Wisdoms?
Cancer and Inflammation: Suppress Inflammation, Suppress Cancer?
Epigenetics: A New Peek into the Black Box of Behavior
Evaluating the Effect of Intervention by Centers Rehabilitating Survivors of Politically Motivated Torture
Lesser Known Facts about Nested Case-Control Designs
The Science-of-Team-Science, Transdisciplinary Capacity, and Shifting Paradigms for Translational Professionals
Translational Epidemiology and the Application of Public Health Surveillance: Diabetes Mellitus and Mental Distress in New York City before and After the September 11, 2001 Attacks