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Physical 52 1/22/2021 2 337 Cosmology at a crossroads, the legacy and development of the Hubble constant, and The Carnegie-Chicago Hubble Program: An Independent Determination of the Hubble Constant Based on the Tip of the Red Giant Branch  
Prof. Ted Gibson, Professor of Cognitive Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Social 84 1/21/2021 3 405 How Efficiency Shapes Human Language, Color naming across languages reflects color use, Large-scale evidence of dependency length minimization in languages, and Information processing and cross-linguistic universals  
Prof. Mark Schroeder, Professor of philosophy at the University of Southern California Social 71 1/20/2021 4 287 Persons as Things, and Treating like a child : Philosophical treatment of people and relationships  
Prof. Matthew Johnson, Assistant Professor of Economics at Duke University Social 63 1/19/2021 5 225 Demand Conditions and Worker Safety: Evidence from Price Shocks in Mining, Regulation by Shaming: Deterrence Effects of Publicizing Violations of Workplace Safety and Health Laws, and The Labor Market Effects of Legal Restrictions on Worker Mobility  
Prof. Scott Huettal, Professor of Neuroscience at Duke University Life 68 1/18/2021 6 222 Decision neuroscience: neuroeconomics, Linking the neural and social sciences via neuroeconomics, Cognitive Foundations of Voter Choice, and Indulgent Foods Can Paradoxically Promote Disciplined Dietary Choices  
Prof. Christopher McKee, Emeritus Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of California, Berkeley Physical 83 1/15/2021 9 226 A theory of the interstellar medium: Three components regulated by supernova explosions in an inhomogeneous substrate, Theory of Star Formation, and Radioactive feedback processes and implications for the initial mass function.  
Prof. Nicholas Christakis, Professor of Social and Natural Science at Yale University Social 88 1/14/2021 10 229 Social networks, Influencers, On the origins of a good society, Artificial Intelligence in hybrid systems, and managing pandemics.  
Prof. Philip Cook, Professor of Public Policy, Economics and Sociology at Duke University Social 83 1/13/2021 11 208 The Great American Gun War: Notes from Four Decades in the Trenches, Understanding Gun Violence: Public Health v/s Public Policy, and Thinking about gun violence.  
Prof. Adriana Lleras-Muney, Professor of Economics at UCLA. Social 89 1/12/2021 12 216 Do Youth Employment Programs Work? Evidence from the New Deal, The association between educational attainment and longevity using individual-level data from the 1940 census, The Incentive Effects of Cash Transfers to the Poor, and A Unified Model of Cohort Mortality for Economic Analysis  
Prof. Anil Gupta, Professor of Philosophy and History at the University of Pittsburgh Social 107 1/11/2021 13 252 Outline of an Account of Experience, Conscious Experience: A Logical Inquiry, Experience and Its Rational Significance, and Principles and the Generalization Function of Truth    
Prof. Chris Blattman, economist and political scientist at the University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy Social 238 1/8/2021 16 520 Reducing Crime and Violence: Experimental Evidence from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Liberia, The Long-Term Impacts of Grants on Poverty: Nine-Year Evidence from Uganda’s Youth Opportunities Program, and Gang rule: Understanding and Countering Criminal Governance  
Prof. Marty Woldorff, Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University Life 86 1/7/2021 17 184 Modulation of early sensory processing in human auditory cortex,  Inhibitory Control in Children with ADHD, The neural bases of momentary lapses in attention, Timing and Sequence of Brain Activity in Top-Down Control of Visual-Spatial Attention,  and A key role for stimulus-specific updating of the sensory cortices in the learning of stimulus–reward associations.  
Prof. Matthew Jackson, Professor of Economics at Stanford University Social 97 1/6/2021 18 204 Pathophysiology and correction of amblyopia, The synaptic substrates of visual recognition memory, and pathophysiology and correction of fragile X syndrome and other causes of autism  
Prof. Mark Bear, Professor of Neuroscience at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Life 80 1/5/2021 19 165 Pathophysiology and correction of amblyopia, The synaptic substrates of visual recognition memory, and pathophysiology and correction of fragile X syndrome and other causes of autism  
Prof. Dragana Rogulja, Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School Life 73 1/4/2021 20 148 Motivation, Perception, and Chance Converge to Make a Binary Decision, Recurrent Circuitry Sustains Drosophila Courtship Drive While Priming Itself for Satiety,, Measures the Passage of Time to Coordinate Behavior and Motivational State, and Sleep Loss Can Cause Death through Accumulation of Reactive Oxygen Species in the Gut  
Prof. Robert Talisse, Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University. Social 116 12/31/2020 24 222 Problem of Polarization, and Semantic Descent: More Trouble for Civility  
Prof. Warren Grill, Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Duke University Life 138 12/30/2020 25 261 In vivo quantification of excitation and kilohertz frequency block of the rat vagus nerve, stimulation of the sensory pudendal nerve increases bladder capacity in the rat, and evoked potentials reveal neural circuits engaged by human deep brain stimulation  
Dr. Fredrik Inglis of University of Missouri, SL, and Drs. Sussane DiSalvo and Brittany Peterson of University of Southern Illinois, Edwardsville; Life 89 12/29/2020 26 167 The evolution, effects and relationships of microbes with other biological systems such as Amoeba, Termites/Pests and humans.  
Prof Pete Klenow, Professor of Economic Policy, School of Humanities and Sciences at Stanford University Social 78 12/28/2020 27 144 Welfare across Countries and Time, The misallocation of talent and US economic growth, Race and Economic Well-Being in the United States, and Trading Off Consumption and COVID-19 Deaths.  
Prof. James Kakalios, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Minnesota Physical 93 12/25/2020 30 167 The Declarative/Procedural Model: A Neurobiologically Motivated Theory of First and Second Language, Child first language and adult second language are both tied to general-purpose learning systems, and the Neurocognition of Developmental Disorders of Language  
Prof. Lee Ohanian, Professor of Economics at UCLA Social 94 12/24/2020 31 167 Capital-skill complementarity and inequality, Are Phillips Curves Useful for Forecasting Inflation?, New Deal Policies and the Persistence of the Great Depression, Long-term changes in labor supply and taxes, and Tarnishing the Golden and Empire States: Land-Use Restrictions and the U.S. Economic Slowdown  
Prof. Michael Ullman, Professor of Neuroscience at Georgetown University Life 103 12/23/2020 32 182 The Declarative/Procedural Model: A Neurobiologically Motivated Theory of First and Second Language, Child first language and adult second language are both tied to general-purpose learning systems, and the Neurocognition of Developmental Disorders of Language  
Prof. Tudor Oprea, Professor of Medicine at the University of New Mexico. Life 89 12/22/2020 33 156 Exploring the dark genome: implications for precision medicine, Virtual and In Vitro Antiviral Screening Revive Therapeutic Drugs for COVID-19, Artificial intelligence, drug repurposing and peer review, mining the human proteome for disease biology, drug discovery and repositioning  
Prof. Frank Wolak, Professor of Commodity Price Studies at Stanford University Physical 95 12/21/2020 34 165 An Experimental Comparison of Carbon Pricing Under Uncertainty in Electricity Markets, Emissions Uncertainty and Environmental Market, Wholesale Market Design, and Transmission Planning  
Prof. Adina Roskies, Professor of Philosophy and chair of the Cognitive Science at Dartmouth College Life 105 12/18/2020 37 178 Why Libet’s studies don’t pose a threat to free will,  Agency and intervention, Neurotechnologies for Mind Reading, and Neuroethics  
Prof. Manfred Paulini, Professor of Physics at Carnegie Mellon University Physical 117 12/17/2020 38 197 Standard model and supersymmetry of particle physics, experiments at the Large Hadron Collider and novel uses of machine learning in experimental Physics.  
Prof. Jacqueline Gottlieb, Professor of Neuroscience at Columbia University Life 115 12/16/2020 39 192 Intrinsic motivation, curiosity, and learning: animals, humans and education systems, neuroscience basis of curiosity and learning, reward uncertainty and information transmission in the brain.  
Prof. Jeremy Darling, Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Colorado, Boulder Physical 100 12/15/2020 40 166 Direct Measurement of the Cosmic Acceleration, The Hubble expansion is isotropic in the epoch of dark energy, How to Detect Inclined Water Maser Disks and Measure Black Hole Masses, Extragalactic Proper Motions: Gravitational Waves and Cosmology, and New Limits on Axionic Dark Matter from the Magnetar.  
Prof. Oswald Schmitz, Professor of Population and Community Ecology at Yale University Social 106 12/14/2020 41 175 Predator community composition is linked to soil carbon retention across a human land use gradient, and Animals and the zoogeochemistry of the carbon cycle  
Prof. Jack Burns, Professor of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences at the University of Colorado in Boulder Physical 109 12/11/2020 44 176 Artemis - A whole new program to travel to the moon and to establish a habitat there including an observatory, gateway that orbits with self propulsion and designing a launch pad for future exploration of the solar system including Mars.  
Prof. William Zame, Professor of Economics and Mathematics at UCLA. Social 125 12/10/2020 45 201 Linking Social and Personal Preferences, and Asset Markets with Asymmetric Reasoning.  
Prof. Bruce Partridge, Emeritus Professor of Astronomy at Haverford college Physical 104 12/9/2020 46 166 The cosmological legacy of Planck, design, data, results and insights, Calibration of ALMA Using Planck Observations, and Can CMB Surveys Help the AGN Community?  
Prof. John Dowling, Research Professor of Neurosciences at Harvard Life 97 12/8/2020 47 154 Vitamin A: its many roles—from vision and synaptic plasticity to infant mortality  
Prof. Raja GuhaThakurta, Department Chair of Astronomy & Astrophysics at the University of California Santa Cruz Physical 121 12/7/2020 48 191 Extended halo of metal-poor stars in Andromeda, Dwarf galaxies, Star migration, Surface brightness fluctuations and understanding dark matter by studying satellite galaxies.  
Prof. Scott Gaudi, Professor of Astronomy at Ohio State University Physical 109 12/4/2020 51 170 Exoplanets: the history, exploration techniques and demographics. Habitable and free floating planets, and is there anybody out there?  
Prof. James McGaugh, Emeritus Professor of Neurobiology and Behavior at University of California, Irvine Life 111 12/2/2020 53 171 Making lasting memories: Remembering the significant, Consolidating Memories, and Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory  
Prof. Daniel Holz, Professor of Physics, Astronomy & Astrophysics at the University of Chicago Physical 136 11/30/2020 55 208 Gravitational Waves, Black hole mergers, Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) and upcoming space based LISA project.  
Prof. Kent Berridge, Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of Michigan Life 104 11/27/2020 58 157 Liking, Wanting, and the Incentive-Sensitization Theory of Addiction,  A Liking Versus Wanting Perspective on Emotion and the Artificial Intelligence, and The central amygdala recruits mesocorticolimbic circuitry for pursuit of reward or p Artificial Intelligence  
Prof. Ira Rothstein, Professor of Physics at Carnegie Mellon University Physical 95 11/25/2020 60 142 Reducing black holes into a fundamental particle, An Effective Field Theory of Quantum Mechanical Black Hole Horizons, Virtual Hawking Radiation, Gravity waves, and LIGO  
Prof. Doug Duncan is an emeritus faculty of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences of the University of Colorado Physical 87 11/24/2020 61 130 21st Century Literacy for Succeeding in College and Beyond, Teaching the Nature of Science using Pseudoscience, The accountability of and on the social media.  
Prof. James Kasting, Professor Geosciences, Meteorology and Atmospheric Science at Penn State University Physical 98 11/23/2020 62 145 Habitable Zones, Remote life-detection criteria, habitable zone boundaries, and the frequency of Earth-like planets around M and late K stars, and  Abiotic Oxygen Levels on Planets: Possible False Positive For Life?  
Dr. Josh Winn, Physicist and astronomer at Princeton University. Physical 93 11/20/2020 65 137 The Occurrence and Architecture of Exoplanetary Systems, Doppler and Transit Surveys, Kepler-78, Ultra-Short-Period Planets, and hot Jupiters  
Prof. Gordon Fishell, Professor of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School Life 100 11/19/2020 66 146 The complex development of the human Artificial Intelligence, Interneuron Types as Attractors and Controllers, Developmental diversification of cortical inhibitory interneurons, and A viral strategy for targeting and manipulating interneurons across vertebrate species  
Prof. Marc Pinsonneault, Theorist on the structure and evolution of stars at Ohio State University Physical 84 11/18/2020 67 122 Red giant masses and ages derived from carbon and nitrogen abundances, Spectroscopic determination of masses for red giants, Young alpha-enriched giant stars in the solar neighborhood, and Dynamical heating across the Milky Way disc.  
Prof. Gregory Laughlin, Professor of astronomy and astrophysics at Yale University Physical 92 11/17/2020 68 134 The world is running out of energy in 100 years, Large-Scale Computation using Astronomical Resources, and the future of Artificial Intelligence.  
Prof. Fran Bagenal, Professor of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder Physical 86 11/16/2020 69 124 The New Horizons Mission to Pluto, the Juno Mission to Jupiter: What have we learned and what's in store?  
Prof. Edwin Turner, Professor of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton University Physical 101 11/13/2020 72 145 Bayesian analysis of the astrobiological implications of life’s early emergence on Earth,  A Possible Spectroscopic Biosignature of Extraterrestrial Plants, and Characterization of extrasolar terrestrial planets from diurnal photometric variability  
Dr. Chris Bleakley, Associate Professor and Head of the School of Computer Science at University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland Physical 127 11/12/2020 73 181 Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence,  definitions, origin, progress, problems, and the future.  
Prof. Laith Abu-Raddad, Professor of Population Health Sciences at Cornell University in Qatar Life 103 11/11/2020 74 147 Qatar, a great field experiment in understanding factors affecting COVID incidence rates, mortality, herd immunity, testing, reinfection, and vaccination and forming policies for the future.  
Prof. Paul Turner, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University. Life 96 11/10/2020 75 136 Phage Therapy: A Renewed Approach to Combat Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria, Prisoner's dilemma in an RNA virus, Virus population extinction via ecological traps, and Dynamics of molecular evolution in RNA virus populations depend on sudden versus gradual environmental change  
Prof. Matthias Doepke, Research Professor in the Department of Economics at Northwestern University Social 108 11/9/2020 76 153 Love, Money, and Parenting: How economics can help expl Artificial Intelligence how we r Artificial Intelligence our kids today, Women's Employment in a Pandemic Recession, and Why has the college wage premium risen rapidly in the US, but not in European economies such as Germany?  
Prof. Michel Janssen, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, University of Minnesota Physical 128 11/6/2020 79 180 The history, puzzles, and miracles of Quantum Mechanics  
Prof. Gary An, Professor of Surgery and Vice-Chair of Surgical Research at the University of Vermont Life 105 11/5/2020 80 147 In silico experiments of cytokine-directed clinical trials using agent-based modeling, Examining sepsis using genetic algorithms on an agent-based model, The Crisis of Reproducibility, and the Scientific Role of Multi-scale Modeling  
Prof. Scott Dodelson, Professor of Physics at Carnegie Melon University Physical 93 11/4/2020 81 130 Strategic Plan for U.S. Particle Physics in the Global Context, Dark Energy Survey, Cosmological Constr Artificial Intelligences from Galaxy Clustering and Weak Lensing  
Prof. Jean Camp, Professor of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University Physical 129 10/30/2020 86 178 Reconceptualizing the Role of Security User,  Community-based production and management, and Macroeconomic Analysis of Routing Anomalies  
Prof. David Linden, Professor of Neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Life 112 10/29/2020 87 154 The Science of Human Individuality, redefining Nature and Nurture, It Runs in the Family, Twin Experiments and artificial Intelligences, The impact of Experience, Memory, and Sex.  
Prof. Stephen Stearns, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University. Life 116 10/28/2020 88 159 Life-history evolution, The transition to modernity and chronic disease: mismatch and natural selection, and Molecular Evolutionary Medicine  
Prof. Jason Wright, Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics at Penn State University Physical 145 10/27/2020 89 198 Galactic Settlement and the Fermi Paradox,  Planck Frequencies as Schelling Points in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, and the practicality and implications of Dyson Spheres.  
Prof. Jeff Prince, Professor and Chair of Business Economics and Public Policy at Indiana University Social 155 10/26/2020 90 211 Measuring Consumer Preferences for Video Content, The Impact of Mergers on Quality, How Much is Privacy Worth Around the World and Across Platforms?, The persistence of broadband user behavior, Mobile Attention, and the upcoming wave of antitrust investigations.  
Prof. Carol Christine Fair, Professor in the Security Studies Program at Georgetown University Social 190 10/25/2020 91 258 What drives militant politics? Studies from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Western Africa, A case study in Kerala, the enigmatic Southern state of India, and the similarities between Pakistan, India, and the United States in scriptural literalism in religion and politics.  
Prof. Michael Strauss, Chair of the Department of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton University. Physical 137 10/23/2020 93 185 Cosmological parameters from SDSS and WMAP,  The construction and operation of the brand new Vera C. Rubin observatory, and Quasars  
Prof. Nathan Gianneschi, Professor of Materials Science & Biomedical Engineering at Northwestern University. Life 154 10/22/2020 94 208 Targeting small molecules with novel transport mechanisms in Cancer and Myocardial Infarction, Growing metal-organic nanotubes, and Selenomela nin for radiation protection.  
Prof. David Uttal, Professor of Education and of Psychology at Northwestern University Social 241 10/21/2020 95 325 Links of Spatial Thinking to Achievement in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics?,  Using a discipline-focused lens to examine spatial thinking skills, and the Development of Children’s Gender-Science Stereotypes.  
Prof. Jenny Greene, Professor of Astrophysics at Princeton University Physical 180 10/20/2020 96 242 The demographics, formation, migration, and behavior of black holes, what's at the heart of the Milky Way galaxy, and the Nobel prizes for Physics 2020.  
Dr. Gaurav Jain, Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Social 132 10/19/2020 97 177 Fluency and perceptions of decision making, Numerosity and allocation behavior, and the impact of number roundedness on framing  
Election Special: Dr. Dipayan Gosh of Harvard Kennedy School and Dr. Heidi Tworek of University of British Columbia Social 154 10/17/2020 99 206 History of democracy, elections, and outcomes. Impact of social media, and what we could expect in upcoming US elections.  
Dr. Michael Niemack, Associate Professor of Astronomy and Physics at Cornell University. Physical 145 10/16/2020 100 193 Cosmic Microwave Background, The Atacama Cosmology Telescope,  The CCAT-Prime Submillimeter Observatory, and The Simons Observatory  
Prof. Josh Frieman, Head of the Particle Physics Division at Fermilab and Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of Chicago Physical 184 10/14/2020 102 244 The evolution of the universe, expansion, accelerated expansion, the use, and misuse of the cosmological constant, dark energy, dark matter, the dark energy survey, and what could be in store for cosmology in the coming years.  
Prof. Mario Macis, Professor of economics at Johns Hopkins University Social 164 10/12/2020 104 217 Economic Rewards to Motivate Blood Donations, Rewarding Volunteers: A Field Experiment, and Societal support for monetary compensation for plasma and kidney donors.  
Prof. John Flood, Professor of Law and Society at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia. Social 165 10/10/2020 106 217 How Machine Learning and Block Artificial Intelligence are Redesigning the Landscape of Professional Knowledge and Organization, and Globalization, Law, and Lawyers in a Time of Crisis  
Dr. Mark Hoffman, Research Professor at the University of Missouri, Kansas City Life 175 10/9/2020 107 230 Heterogeneity introduced by EHR system implementation in a de-identified data resource from 100 non-affiliated organizations and Rates and Predictors of Using Opioids in the Emergency Department to Treat Migr Artificial Intelligence in Adolescents and Young Adults  
Prof. Volodymyr Babich, Professor of Operations and Information Management at Georgetown University. Social 132 10/8/2020 108 173 Does Crowdfunding Benefit Entrepreneurs and Venture Capital Investors?,  Promoting Solar Panel Investments: Feed-in-Tariff vs. Tax-Rebate, R&D Investments in the Presence of Knowledge Spillover and Debt Financing: Can Risk Shifting Cure Free Riding?
Dr. Masood Parvania, Associate Chair for Research and Advancement at the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Utah Physical 200 10/7/2020 109 261 The electric grid: infrastructure, risk management, security, and upgrading, optimization of scheduling, storage, pricing and production flexibility, co-optimization of electric bus transportation, storage, and water distribution systems.
Prof. Keith Olive, Theoretical physicist at the University of Minnesota Physical 218 10/6/2020 110 284 The early evolution of the universe, leptogenesis, baryogenesis, and nucleosynthesis in the big bang and particle physics mysteries
Prof. Eugene Santos, Professor of Engineering at Dartmouth College Physical 148 10/5/2020 111 193 Adversarial Models for Opponent Intent Inferencing, Intelligence Analyses, and the Insider Threat,  and Discriminating deception from truth and misinformation: an intent-level approach
Prof. David Spergel, Director of the Center for Computational Astrophysics at Flatiron Institute and Emeritus Professor Princeton University Physical 160 10/2/2020 114 207 A brief history of the universe and its possible death scenarios, WMAP, ACT, and WFIRST projects, inflation, dark energy, dark matter, and alternative theories, and Artificial Intelligence to Artificial Intelligence cosmology and astrophysics.
Prof. Riane Eisler, President of the Center for Partnership Studies (CPS) Social 138 10/1/2020 115 178 Evolution, Ideology, and Human Nature, New Evidence about Human Nature, Biocultural Synthesis, Domination Systems, and Partnership Systems, Four cornerstones of change: Childhood Relations, Gender Relations, Economic Relations, and Narratives.
Prof. Nadya Mason, Professor of Physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Physical 142 9/30/2020 116 183 Frontiers of Materials Research, Metals, Glasses, and Quantum Materials, Simulation and Computational Tools, and Artificial Intelligence in Materials Research
Dr. Fred Olayele, Chief Economist at the New York City Economic Development Corporation. Social 190 9/29/2020 117 245 Economic Diversity and the Resource Curse, Gravity, Borders, and Regionalism, and Globalization, Income Disparity, and Inclusive Development
Prof. Giulio Pasinetti, Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Life 248 9/28/2020 118 319 Effects of food, sleep and the microbiome on Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease and other neurodegenerative diseases
Prof. Jeff Ely, Director of the mathematical methods in Social Sciences at Northwestern University Social 170 9/26/2020 120 218 Suspense and Surprise: How to write novels and enjoy sports/politics, Why torture or money for information schemes are not advisable, Rotation to mitigate epidemics, Allocating tests in a pandemic, and a cake-cutting solution to gerrymandering.
Prof. John Birge, Professor of Operations Management at the University of Chicago Social 148 9/25/2020 121 189 Optimal Commissions and Subscriptions in Networked Markets, Dynamic Learning and Market Making in Spread Betting, Credit Shock Propagation in Supply Artificial Intelligence, and the Impact of COVID on Supply Artificial Intelligence Credit Risk
Prof. Andrew Ching, Professor at the Carey Business School at Johns Hopkins University Social 152 9/24/2020 122 194 Forward-Looking Behavior: The Case of Consumer Stockpiling, Late-Mover Advantages: The Case of Statins, the Zero-price Effect, The Value of Perfect Information, Consumer assessment of Quality of products? Evidence from the diaper market
Dr. Deepa HalaHarvi, Breast cancer surgeon at Ohio Health Life 292 9/23/2020 123 372 Disparities in Breast Cancer and African Ancestry, Mammographic screening from age 40 years, Disparities in Breast Cancer Surgery Delay, Prophylactic mastectomy in BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 patients.
Prof. Sudheer Chava, Professor of Finance at Scheller College of Business at Georgia Institute of Technology Social 180 9/22/2020 124 229 Investor Response to Extreme Language in Earnings Conference Calls, Business Cycle and Industry Returns, Pension Overhang and Corporate Investment, Impact of E-Commerce on Employees at Brick-and-Mortar Ret Artificial Intelligence lers, and Investment Consultants’ Search Behavior
Prof. Mark Liberman, Professor of Linguistics and Information Science at the University of Pennsylvania Physical 142 9/21/2020 125 180 The history and status of Human Language Technologies, Automatic Classification of Primary Progressive Aphasia Patients Using Lexical and Acoustic Features, and speech characteristics of young and older healthy adults
Prof. Francis Schortgen, Professor of Political Science at the University of Mount Union Social 163 9/19/2020 127 206 The Political Logic of Economic Backwardness in North Korea,  China’s New Role of Assertiveness in the 21st Century International System, and Chinese High-Tech in the cross hairs of Geopolitics
Prof. Sašo Tomažič, Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Social 155 9/18/2020 128 196 Non-profit society: Utopia or necessity, Changes in the collective consciousness, Monetary Reform, Money as a medium of exchange, and Strengthening social security
Prof. Michael Miller, Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Life 164 9/17/2020 129 207 COVID and long term negative effects on the heart, POTS, Takotsubo Syndrome, Chronic Myocarditis, and other Myocardial injuries, and the need to prevent disease by individual actions to reduce long term disease burden.
Dr. Dipayan Ghosh, Co-Director of the Digital Platforms and Democracy Project at the Harvard Kennedy School Social 200 9/16/2020 130 252 Are social media and search companies natural monopolies?, Increasing competition on the Internet, Machine bias in the commercialization of decision-making,  Digital deceit, and precision propaganda, and Terms of Disservice: How Silicon Valley is Destructive by Design.
Prof Joel Mokyr, Professor of Economics and History at Northwestern University Social 163 9/15/2020 131 205 Attitudes, Aptitudes, and the Roots of the Great Enrichment: How Attitudes (cultural beliefs) and aptitudes (technical competence) played central roles in the British Industrial Revolution and the origins of modern growth
Prof. Aaron Striegel, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Notre Dame Physical 144 9/14/2020 132 181 The Tesserae Project: Large-Scale, Longitudinal, In Situ, Multimodal Sensing of Information Workers, Face-to-Face Proximity Estimation Using Bluetooth On Smartphones, and the Interplay Between Individuals’ Evolving Interaction Patterns and Artificial Intelligences in Dynamic Multiplex Social Networks.
Prof. Martin Eichenbaum, Professor of Economics at Northwestern University Social 172 9/12/2020 134 215 Bridging the COVID recession, Rethinking  monetary and fiscal policy In an era Of low-Interest rates,  Monetary policy effect on refinancing
Prof. Peter Muennig, Professor of Health Policy and Management at Columbia University Social 133 9/11/2020 135 166 Is Medic Artificial Intelligence worth the cost?, Universal health coverage in China, Precision population health management, Urbanicity, and hypertension, Earned Income Tax Credit and health effects, Psychological implications of the pandemic, and Health and economic consequences of emission standards
Prof. Douglas Comer, Professor of Computer Science at Purdue University Physical 152 9/10/2020 136 190 The cloud: to come the full circle of computing, DC Net: A Data Center Network Architecture that supports live VM migration, and towards disaggregating the Software-defined networking (SDN) Control Plane.
Prof. Jeremi Suri, Chair for Leadership in Global Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin Social 128 9/9/2020 137 160 The cost of victory in WWII, The fiction of American Century, Nixon and Brezhnev, Revisiting Roosevelt: How presidential empathy can improve politics, and Why the presidency is too big to succeed, and how it could be fixed.
Prof. Burkhard Schafer, Chair of Computational Legal Theory at the University of Edinburgh Social 116 9/8/2020 138 144 Legal Artificial Intelligence, creative informatics, and the quest for executable justice, A new approach to visualizing legal argumentation, Copyright and the law and ethics of machine co-production., Technology and the future of inheritance law.
Prof. Norman Garrick, Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Connecticut Social 120 9/6/2020 140 149 Traffic fatality rate: Why US is the worst among developed countries, Zurich: Where people are welcome and cars are not, The broken algorithm that poisoned American transportation, and Burying past planning mistakes in American cities.
Prof. Art Markman, Professor of Psychology, and Marketing at the University of Texas at Austin Social 127 9/5/2020 141 157 Impulsive choice-making,  Probability matching decisions, Structural comparisons in consumer choice, Naturalistic and Lab-based decision-making,  and Strategies for Economic Development Outside of Urban Corridors
Prof. Clair Brown, Professor of Economics at UC Berkeley Social 120 9/4/2020 142 149 A Policy Index to Create a Sustainable, Shared-Prosperity Economy, and Buddhist Economics: an enlightened approach to the dismal science
Prof. Carol Gould, Professor of Philosophy at Florida Atlantic University Social 107 9/3/2020 143 132 Towards a Theory of the Aesthetic Properties of Persons, Glamour as an Aesthetic Property of Persons, Objective Beauty, and  Psychoanalysis, Imagination, and Imaginative Resistance
Prof. Brooks Holtom, Professor of Management at Georgetown University Social 117 9/2/2020 144 144 A blueprint for change in Management Education, Turnover and Retention Research, and Better ways to predict who is going to quit.
Prof. George Markowsky, Professor of Computer Science at the Missouri University of Science and Technology Physical 128 9/1/2020 145 158 Crowdsourcing and homeland security, Top-level Dom Artificial Intelligence interceptor,  The difficulty of defining metrics and Arrow's theorem, and modeling and battling COVID
Prof. Jeanne Milliken Bonds, Professor of the Practice, Impact Investment, and Sustainable Finance at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina Social 111 8/31/2020 146 137 Whole Community Health, Pilot project by Kenan Charitable Trust in two North Carolina counties - 6 interconnected pillars of opportunity: Economic stability, Education, Healthy food, High-quality healthcare, Social integration, and safe physical environment.
Prof. Eswaran Subrahmanian, Research Professor in the Engineering Research Accelerator and the Department of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University Social 121 8/30/2020 147 149 Design Theory: A foundation of a new paradigm for design science and engineering, Shared Memory in Design: A Unifying Theme for Research and Practice, Dialogues, Diversity, and Design
Dr. Charles Harry, Associate Research Professor in the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland Social 124 8/29/2020 148 152 Human and technical cyber risks, Prioritizing strategic risks, Effect-centric approach to risk in nuclear power plants, A systems approach to quantifying and managing risk in critical infrastructure.
Prof. Regina Herzlinger, Professor at Harvard Business School Social 171 8/28/2020 149 210 The scale of the healthcare problem,  A suggestion for a bipartisan solution, Innovating in Healthcare, and the SEC for the healthcare system
Prof Michael Barnett, Professor of Management and Global Business at Rutgers Business School Social 126 8/27/2020 150 154 The Rise and Stall of stakeholder influence: How the digital age limits social control and Designing CSR Initiatives for Greater Social Impact
Prof. Diana Thomas, Professor of mathematical sciences at the United States Military Academy at West Point Social 175 8/26/2020 151 214 Weighing the evidence from clinical trials and faulty belief systems in obesity control, errors in self-reporting of energy balance, dynamic model for predicting obesity, machine learning to predict injuries in combat artificial Intelligence ing, the Vitruvian Man (Woman), and how many steps per day to stay fit.
Prof. Paul Fedak, Head Department of Cardiac Sciences at the Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary Life 134 8/25/2020 152 164 Healing an injured heart, immune cells  to prevent detrimental rep Artificial Intelligencer caused by excessive fibrosis,  acellular bio scaffolds to promote functional tissue  Intelligencer, Kryptonite Bone Cement to prevent sternal displacement, ROI for surgeon-scientists, precision surgery, and what is it like to be a cardiac surgeon
Dr. Antonio Lieto, Researcher in Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science at the University of Turin Physical 143 8/24/2020 153 174 Artificial Intelligence with human-like reasoning, commonsense reasoning, computational creativity, conceptual representation and categorization,  integration of typicality, probability and cognitive heuristics, combinatorial and transformational Intelligence and the adequacies and drawbacks of using the human Artificial Intelligence as a model of Intelligence.
Prof. James K. Bashkin, Dr. R. Fredrik Inglis, and Dr. Jeff Smith of the University of Missouri- St. Louis Life 149 8/23/2020 154 182 Origin, evolution, and transmission of viruses, the arrival of COVID vaccines and drugs, managing a pandemic - what can be done next time?
Mr. Frank Van Gansbeke, Professor of Practice At Middlebury College Social 115 8/22/2020 155 140 Climate change and finance, monetary authority and natural capital, the discount premium for Carbon footprint, digital currencies, and what the Fed could do to get it right?
Prof Kit Parker, Professor of Bioengineering and Applied Physics at Harvard University Physical 157 8/21/2020 156 191 Nanofiber innovation for wound healing and heat resistance, Lab-grown meat,  Human pancreas, Artificial Intelligence, and heart on a chip, and STEM-based education as a necessary tool to counteract future shocks.
Prof. Ole Isacson, Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience at Harvard Medical School and Mass General Hospital Life 145 8/20/2020 157 176 Novel mechanisms in Neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's,  Lipid abnormalities, Cytokine storm, and inflammation, Spanish Flu and COVID similarities, and possible long term effects.
Prof. Jay Swaminathan, Professor of Operations at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Social 104 8/19/2020 158 126 Supplier diversity and Carbon footprint, Customer learning in Call centers, Net-metering and utility profits, Block Artificial Intelligence to prevent counterfeiting, and strategic effects of COVID shock on global supply Artificial Intelligence.
Prof. Elizabeth Krupinski, Professor and Vice-Chair of Research at Emory University Social 94 8/18/2020 159 114 Telehealth in primary care and specialties, Home-health technologies Artificial Intelligence ding telehealth, Artificial Intelligence-assisted mammographic examinations, Patient photos Artificial Intelligence ding detection accuracy, Effects of fatigue on radiology residents, and Optimizing ergonomics for breast imaging.
Prof. Raghuram Iyengar, Professor of Marketing at the Wharton School Social 118 8/17/2020 160 143 Effect of subscription programs,  price promotions and churn prevention programs on firm profitability, finding nonobvious Key Opinion Leaders to accelerate product diffusion,  and oral and written communications - how the medium shapes the message.
Dr. David Vequist, Founder and Director of the Center for Medical Tourism Research (CMTR) Social 100 8/16/2020 161 121 Medical & health tourism - modalities, and trends, service quality expectations, bundled contracting between employers and providers, and effects of the pandemic on the industry
Prof. Peter Rogan, Professor of Genome Bioinformatics at the University of Western Ontario Life 127 8/14/2020 163 153 COVID - Identifying hotspots, mRNA splicing mutations, the proposed molecular mechanism for severe infections, and possible vaccines, and therapies
Mr. Lofred Madzou, Project Lead for AI at the World Economic Forum Social 109 8/12/2020 165 131 The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Artificial Intelligence driving the next revolution, Regulatory policy frameworks and pilot projects for policy for Artificial Intelligence
Dr. William H. Frey II, Senior Research Director of the Center for Memory & Aging at the HealthPartners Neuroscience Center Life 130 8/11/2020 166 156 Intranasal delivery of agents to the Artificial Intelligence, Adult stems cells and Insulin for treatment of Artificial Intelligence injury and degenerative diseases, Possible effects of COVID on the Artificial Intelligence, long term complications, and policy choices
Dr. Ralph Chami, Assistant Director, Institute for Capacity Development, the International Monetary Fund Social 111 8/10/2020 167 133 significant negative effects on fragile countries and regions,  What is a Whale worth and how can we keep it?
Prof. Ben Albensi, Professor of pharmacology & therapeutics at the University of Manitoba Life 109 8/7/2020 170 130 Neuroprotective and neurotoxic effects of Nuclear Factor kappa B ( NF-kB), Alzheimer's disease, Economic burden of dementia, Artificial Intelligence region and sex-specific alterations in mitochondrial function, Epigenetics and dietary impacts on spatial memory and Artificial Intelligence plasticity
Dr. Allyson Ettinger, Assistant professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Chicago Physical 110 8/6/2020 171 131 Artificial Intelligence waves and Natural Language Processing,  N400 amplitude and vector space model behavior,  Contextual embeddings in words, Composition in Sentence Vector Representations, and BERT, what it is Not.
Prof. Krishnanand Maillacheruvu, Professor of Civil Engineering and Construction at Bradley University Social 110 8/5/2020 172 131 Rejuvenation of Rivers and Lakes in India, Policy in environmental choices, Cost externalization, Decentralized and small-scale wastewater treatment,  nutrient removal from wastewater,  and jumpstarting entrepreneurship through Marketplace Literacy.
Prof. Gerry Leisman, Professor of Neuro and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Haifa, Israel Life 93 8/4/2020 173 111 Neurological development of the young Artificial Intelligence,  The importance of educational process, content, and environment, Left/Right Artificial Intelligence specialization, Language, and Mathematics processing in the Artificial Intelligence.
Prof. Martin Kulldorff, Professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School Life 759 8/2/2020 175 902 Early detection of localized COVID/disease outbreaks, Age as the dominant consideration in COVID intervention strategy, and vaccine/drug surveillance strategies.
Prof. Sean Smith, Professor of computational nanomaterials science and technology at the Australian National University and Director of Australia’s national supercomputing facility Physical 106 7/31/2020 177 126 Computational Materials Sciences, Atomic-Scale Discoveries with Machine Learning, Hydrogen for storage and transport of energy, Hydrogen as the new natural gas
Dr. Pascal Paschos, Computational Scientist at the University of Chicago Physical 92 7/30/2020 178 109 Open Science Grid,  Distributed Computing, Midscale collaborations, South Pole Telescope, ENZO: Adaptive mesh code for Astrophysics, Hydrodynamic simulations, and Fraud Detection.
Prof. Christophe Faugčre, Professor of Finance at the Kedge Business School, France Social 88 7/29/2020 179 104 Asset pricing methodology confusion, Required Yield Theory (RYT), Connectalism, Mindfulness, and Compassion in Finance
Prof. Orly Sade, Chair in Business Administration and Associate Professor of Finance, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Social 121 7/28/2020 180 143 Personal finance decisions, Artificial Intelligence-based behavioral finance interventions, Robo-advising, Framing advisory fees, Funding biases and crowdfunding
Prof Amiyatosh Purnanandam, Professor of finance at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan Social 109 7/27/2020 181 129 Mortgage securitization, Measuring Bank Risk, Taxpayer returns from Artificial Intelligence, Dividends during a pandemic, and the principal-agent problem in structuring contracts with banks for Artificial Intelligence.
Prof. William Baker, Professor and Journalist-in-Residence at Fordham University in NY. Social 93 7/25/2020 183 110 Demystifying the Business of Performing Arts, "Sacred," the movie, Learning from Germany on public media, and Organizations for people that succeed.
Prof Brian Wandell, Professor and Director of the Center for Cognitive and Neurobiological Imaging at Stanford University. Physical 82 7/24/2020 184 96 Cognitive and Neurobiological Imaging, Human Connectome Project for disordered emotional states, Imaging systems for oral cancer screening, and Better camera designs for convolutional neural networks using synthetic images
Dr. Rouben Indjikian, adjunct professor of energy, and international economics at Webster University in Geneva, Switzerland. Social 98 7/23/2020 185 115 History of oil prices and possible future paths
Prof. Fernando Muzzio, Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at Rutgers University Physical 96 7/22/2020 186 113 Supply Artificial Intelligence risk in pharmaceutical manufacturing and the advantages of continuous manufacturing
Prof. Dale Rogers, Professor of Business at Arizona State University Social 77 7/21/2020 187 90 Logistics Manager's Index as a leading indicator of economic activity, Supply Artificial Intelligence Financing, and Effects of COVID on the global supply Artificial Intelligence
Prof. Azra Raza, Professor of Medicine and Director of the MDS Center at Columbia University Life 127 7/20/2020 188 149 Cancer - why have we Artificial Intelligence led, and how can we get better? The quest to find and destroy the first cell to minimize human strife.
Dr. Omar Al-Ubaydli, Director of Research at Derasat, a think tank in the Kingdom of Bahrain Social 76 7/19/2020 189 89 Reasons for the science-policy disconnect, statistical inference, threats to scalability, publication bias, and speculation on global economic effects of COVID.
Dr. Zeke Hernandez, Max and Bernice Garchik Family Presidential Associate Professor at the Wharton Business School Social 77 7/18/2020 190 90 Effects of Immigrants on Firms’ Foreign Location Choice and Performance and Immigrant Entrepreneurs as Pathways to Foreign VC Investments
Prof. Robert Murphy, Professor of Computational Biology, Biomedical Engineering, and Machine Learning at Carnegie Mellon University Physical 134 7/17/2020 191 157 Artificial Intelligence, Automated Science, Self-driving Scientific Experimentation, Active Learning, High Throughput Screening, R&D optimization
Prof. Anees Chagpar, Professor in the Department of Surgery at Yale School of Medicine Life 75 7/16/2020 192 88 Causes of Cancer, Healthcare access, Breast Cancer, Emerging Techniques in Breast Cancer Surgery, SHAVE trial
Prof. M. V. Lee Badgett, Professor of economics and co-director of the Center for Employment Equity at the University of Massachusetts Amherst Social 60 7/15/2020 193 70 The economic impact of LGBT rights in firms and countries, policy trends, wage gaps and reasons for optimism
Prof. Rory Cooper, Professor of Rehabilitation Science and Technology, and Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh Social 83 7/14/2020 194 97 Computer Assisted Mobility, Intelligent Wheel Artificial Intelligencer design, Human/Machine interactions, and Human Engineering Research Laboratories.
Prof. James Bashkin, Professor of Chemistry and Bio-Chemistry at the University of Missouri, St.Louis. Life 116 7/11/2020 197 135 Cheaper and faster sterilization of PPE, HPV eliminating antiviral and anticancer agents,  Modulating DNA with polyamides, Green Chemistry
Prof. Liran Carmel, Professor of Computational Biology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel Life 252 7/9/2020 199 292 Human evolution, Out of Africa migrations, Neanderthals and Denisovans, DNA methylation effects on the body parts, Gene organizer, Epigenetics in assessing ancient environments and behavior of humans.
Mr. Joel Peterson, recently retired Chairman of JetBlue Airways, former Chairman of The Hoover Institution, and the Founder of Peterson Partners Social 89 7/7/2020 201 103 Trust as an operating system, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Types of leaders, Entrepreneurial leadership, Creating successful companies and Startups
Prof. Eleftherios Mylonakis, Professor of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology at Brown University Life 74 7/6/2020 202 86 Antimicrobial research, surrogate invertebrate hosts, in vivo high throughput screening, methicillin-resistant MRSA, colonization, and the need for fast and accurate diagnostics.
Prof. Brian Keating, Professor of Physics at the Center for Astrophysics & Space Sciences at the University of California, San Diego Physical 116 7/4/2020 204 134 Background Imaging of Cosmic Extragalactic Polarization, Simons Observatory, Origins of the Universe, Hubble constant discrepancy, Multiverse
Prof. Bart Selman, Professor of Computer Science at Cornell University Physical 82 7/2/2020 206 94 Artificial Intelligence, Artificial General Intelligence, Non-human Intelligence, Machine Reasoning, Policy, and the Artificial Intelligence future of society
Mr. Jim Jordan, Distinguished Service Professor of Healthcare & Biotechnology Management at Carnegie Mellon University Social 73 7/1/2020 207 84 The start-up ecosystem in life sciences, Stakeholders in a start-up, Basic v/s translational research, and health systems
Prof. Anup Malani, Professor at the University of Chicago Law School & Medical School Social 84 6/30/2020 208 97 Adaptive control for COVID in India, A field experiment for health insurance in India, the evolution of influenza with vaccination
Prof. Steve Greenbaum, Professor of Physics at Hunter College in the City University of New York Physical 98 6/27/2020 211 112 Battery technologies, species of electrolytes, materials science innovation, the safety of products, and the need for inclusion in education
Prof. Kenneth Kaitin, Professor of Public Health and Medicine at Tufts School of Medicine Life 77 6/26/2020 212 88 Pharmaceutical R&D trends and costs, Value Artificial Intelligence paradigms, Basic v/s translational research, Investment needs, and COVID 19
Prof. Robert Bird, Professor of Business Law and the Chair in Business Ethics at the University of Connecticut Social 136 6/25/2020 213 156 Future of business law, Corporate legal strategy, Turning compliance into a competitive advantage
Prof. David Ikenberry, Professor of Finance at the University of Colorado Social 83 6/24/2020 214 95 Investment-q paradox,  persistent investment decline, Tobin's q decomposition, asset utilization as a driver of investment rate, and artificial Intelligence of common explanations.
Prof. George Perry, Professor of Biology and Chemistry at The University of Texas at San Antonio Life 94 6/23/2020 215 107 Alzheimer's disease, oxidative stress, mitochondria abnormalities, diagnostics, amyloid-beta plaques, aging
Prof. Richard Mammone, Professor of engineering and business at Rutgers University. Social 90 6/19/2020 219 102 Artificial Intelligence, Breast cancer diagnostics, Teleradiology, Social return to technology commercialization
Prof. Marion Nestle, Professor Emerita of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health, at New York University Social 85 6/18/2020 220 97 Food, Nutrition, Obesity, supply Artificial Intelligence, food security
Professor Stanley Litow of Columbia and Duke University Social 73 6/17/2020 221 83 Public-private partnerships, education systems, ethics and leadership
Prof. Stephen Hinshaw, Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley and Professor of Psychiatry at UCSF Life 86 6/16/2020 222 98 Mental illnesses, stigma, ADHD, design of education, Berkeley girls longitudinal study
Dr. Sara Abiola, Assistant Professor of Health Policy & Management at the Columbia Mailman School of Public Health Social 79 6/15/2020 223 90 Hunger in America, SNAP/Food Stamps, SSTAR Act, Obesity, Decision-making
Dr. John S. Lyons, Professor of Health Management and Policy at the University of Kentucky Social 99 6/14/2020 224 112 Population health, Transformational Collaborative Outcomes Management (TCOM).
Prof. Mehdi Anwar, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Connecticut Physical 104 6/13/2020 225 118 Memristors, Neuromorphic Computing, Mysteries of the Artificial Intelligence and the future of Computing
Prof. Bruce Mizarch, Professor of Economics at Rutgers University Social 87 6/12/2020 226 99 Microstructures of financial markets, order routing, high-frequency trading, oil prices  .....
Dr. Scott Friedman, the Dean for Therapeutic Discovery at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Life 94 6/11/2020 227 106 Causes of chronic liver diseases, emerging treatments, COVID
Prof. Jeffrey Townsend of Yale School of Public Health and Yale University Life 150 6/9/2020 229 169 Evolution of cancer, plague, pandemics, COVID, policymaking under uncertainty, Artificial Intelligence
Prof. Warren Powell of Operations Research and Financial Engineering at Princeton University Social 155 6/6/2020 232 175 Decisions under uncertainty, Artificial Intelligence, shocks, supply Artificial Intelligence, and autonomous vehicles
Prof. Julia Lane, Professor at NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service Social 290 6/3/2020 235 326 Democratizing our data - A manifesto. Improving the design of metrics, collection of data, analysis and decision-making at the federal level
Dr. Ian Williams, author, sculptor and biochemist. Social 106 5/30/2020 239 119 Humans, bacteria, Intelligence, consciousness, life and everything else
Dr.Pierre Etienne, co-Director of the Alzheimer’s disease prevention program at McGill University Life 132 5/24/2020 245 147 COVID, clinical trial processes, pharmaceutical R&D, vaccine development, use of preventative medications, Alzheimer's disease, PTSD