It is not in High Definition - sorry about that - select 480p for best viewing
There is some stuff in this presentation which is not fully up-to-date, but also a lot with direct relevance to ARBs in Cancer and Heart Failure which the FDA still has not caught up with, even today... And a lot of groundwork which I have not gone over for several years...
For some reason, YouTube's copy of the video is fuzzy. I have put a copy on Vimeo, where the slides are significantly easier to read. Please take a look at:
May I ask questions:
I have worked for decades as a medical practitioner, thus quite different than a researcher and I think every one can imagine how my work was organized.
Now I am retired (sorrily) and have thanks to your work been able to study online translational medicine and now have got impressions how research is done: with many students, assistants, devices etc etc
Now my question: How, where, with whom, with what do you work?
You tell: We have done this research....
Compared to what I see how research is done in big institutions and what they have achieved and your work.....
I just got this idea to ask as in my last part of my TM course at the university of Edinburgh BMI is a theme and without reading in this forum here I would not imagine the potential molecular modelling has (although learning my lectures at the university).
I work remotely with a network of core colleagues, the distance between us being transcended by the Internet (Skype and telephone). For example, ARF's Executive Vice President, Chris Benediktsson, is located in Northern California, Amy and Paul in New York, Janet in Oregon. The list goes on -- Joyful, Marysue, Barney, and the dozens of moderators and helpers are scattered throughout the USA. Our Board of Directors span California and Florida
Additionally, I keep close contact with physicians outside the USA, sharing interesting studies, and patient progress info.
But the over-riding thing to note is that a research community has formed here. The legal shell encompassing that community is a Californian 501(c)3 tax-exempt charity, focused on 'education' and 'research'.