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OBJECTIVE The American Autonomic Society and Lundbeck LLC have established post‐doctoral fellowships to encourage and support research training of individuals evaluating clinical autonomic disorders or physiology. These fellowships will assist awardees in initiating careers in autonomic ...
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After Medical School at Vanderbilt, David trained in Internal Medicine in the Osler Service at Johns Hopkins where he was Assistant Chief of Service before returning to Vanderbilt to train in Clinical Pharmacology under the mentorship of John A. Oates, focusing on autonomic pharmacology. Since ...
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Irvine Page – Alva Bradley Lifetime Achievement Award The lifetime Achievement Award is named in honor of Dr. Irvine Page and Mr. Alva Bradley, who played prominent roles in establishing the National Foundation for High Blood Pressure Research in 1945. The foundation became the Council on ...
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The International Society for Autonomic Neuroscience has just opened a call for symposia, with a deadline for submissions on the 1st October 2016.   If you’d like more information, see our page for the meeting here.    
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David S. Goldstein, MD, PhD. is organizing the review course for the UCNS certifying examination in autonomic disorders. The course will be part of the AAS meeting in San Diego on November 2, 2016. Dr. Goldstein has assembled slide sets for registrants to help prepare, in the following areas: ...
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  We are pleased to provide a workshop for generalists in the management of autonomic disorders this year in San Diego in conjunction with the meeting of the AAS. Do some of your patients “drop out of life” with chronic nausea, abdominal pain or dizziness? Are they “heart-sink” ...
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Travel Fellowships   The American Autonomic Society is committed to supporting trainees and junior members of the society seeking to pursue a career in clinical or basic autonomic research – one way in which this is achieved is through travel fellowships provided by the society and our ...
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Congratulations to our recent AAS-Lundbeck Research Fellowship awardees.   Title: Can oxytocin restore parasympathetic activity to the heart in heart failure Awardee: Dr. Jhansi Dyavanapalli Mentor: Dr. David Mendelowitz   Summary   Heart failure is a widespread and debilitating ...
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Please note: We are not available for personal consultation to patients who are not part of our practice. We will share detailed information about how to implement the intervention program with healthcare providers only who make a request for the program for treatment of their patients with ...
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– by Dr. Jenice Robinson   1. Cardinal features of diabetic autonomic neuropathy:   All parts of the body that have autonomic nerves may be affected by diabetes. In general, the degree of involvement is related to the length of time that the patient has had diabetes and how high ...
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