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Women Scientists By: Cleopatra S. NikolaouWomen Scientists By: Cleopatra S. Nikolaou
Annie is known for being a clever, computer scientist. She worked for National Aeronautics and Space Administration (nasa) as one of the top computer programmers. She is one of the first African American women to work in the computer field. Women in dentistry in the United States
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Panel #1: Developing Leadership SkillsPanel #1: Developing Leadership Skills
White Paper prepared for apsa short Course on “Gendering Political Science: Strategizing New Directions for Advancing Women in Political Science.” August 28, 2013, Chicago, IL. Women in dentistry in the United States
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Viii. ReferencesViii. References
This section is only one part of a larger tool created to help states and communities develop a comprehensive document that describes their burden of oral disease. Access other sections of the Tool in the Table of Contents. Women in dentistry in the United States
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We object to the fda proposed rule on substantive and procedural grounds. The rule needs to be retracted and re-written. A new Advisory Panel must be created and hold public meetings. Women in dentistry in the United States
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Oral Health and Health Care IntroductionOral Health and Health Care Introduction
Americans. Racial and ethnic minority groups also experience a disproportionate level of oral health problems. Medically compromised individuals or those with disabilities, are at an increased risk for oral diseases, which in turn. Women in dentistry in the United States
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