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Volume 7, Number 33Space holderAugust 29, 2003
Study compares 13 vertebrate genomes
Photo of baboon
A comparison of the same genomic region in different vertebrates has indicated that multi-species analyses might point to functionally important parts of the human genome. (Full Story)

Above: The baboon is one of the 13 animals being studied.


Children with Sickle Cell Disease may not be getting antibiotics

Many children with sickle cell disease may not be receiving the antibiotics recommended to ward off life-threatening infections. (Full Story)

Survival after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest has improved

The average survival for people resuscitated from a sudden, out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and later discharged from the hospital has improved substantially over the past quarter century. (Full Story)

UW Surgery Pavilion ribbon cutting scheduled for Sept. 19

A building dedication and ribbon cutting for the UW Surgery Pavilion will take place Friday evening, Sept. 19. (Full Story)

Prudence advised in treating depression in children and teens

Identifying safe, effective treatments for childhood and adolescent depression has been challenging, according to Christopher Varley, professor of psychiatry in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. (Full Story)

On-site faculty development sessions slated for HMC and VAMC

UW medical faculty development sessions will be held from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday, Oct. 6 at the Puget Sound Veterans Affairs Health Care System in Seattle, and from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 13, at Harborview Medical Center. (Full Story)

Correction: No research data lost in robbery

Contrary to international and local news reports of the Aug. 4 armed robbery in South Africa of Jim Mullins, UW professor of microbiology, no research data was lost when the robbers took his personally owned laptop computer. All of the research data was backed up in Seattle. Only some notes Mullins had written on the plane to South Africa in editing his plenary speech for an HIV/AIDS conference were stored on the stolen computer. Mullins was not injured in the daytime attack by seven knife-wielding teenagers.


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