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Volume 6, Number 1Space holderJan 11, 2002

Eugen Strandness, Jr.

Eugene Strandness, Jr.

Former head of the Division of Vascular Surgery dies

Eugene Strandness, Jr., an internationally recognized leader in vascular surgery, died of pulmonary failure, Monday (Jan. 7) at his home in Bellevue, Wash. (Full Story)

Individual nerve cells respond to specific aspects of memory

A study revealed that nerve cells widely distributed in the brain respond to specific aspects of memory and may be more specialized than previously thought. (Full Story)

Lifetime television's "Women Docs" features Seattle and WWAMI physicians

The next episode of Lifetime television's "Women Docs" is scheduled to air at 11 p.m. PDST on Sunday, Jan. 27 (check local cable television listing for channel information). (Full Story)

Biochemist Weiner to give Jan. 24 Science in Medicine Lecture

Alan Weiner, professor and chair of biochemistry, will give the Jan. 24 Science in Medicine Lecture at noon, Thursday, Jan. 24, in Hogness Auditorium at the UW Health Sciences Center in Seattle. He will speak on Human Chromosome Fragility: Role of Cockayne Syndrome Group B Protein (CSB) and p53. The lecture is free an open to all.

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