Anne used the opportunity of entering her research into the Curēus 2012 Fall Poster Competition in order to showcase her work for a larger audience.
The San Francisco Chronicle interviewed Curēus Editor-in-Chief John Adler, MD. They were interested in our revolutionary concept of using crowdsourcing to evaluate and publish medical papers.
The Curēus team stopped in to meet with David I. Hoffman, M.D., a Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Specialist working alongside a team of infertility physicians at the IVF Florida Reproductive Associates.
We stopped by Stanford University to talk with Bowen Jiang who won in the neurology category with his entry on 3-D Rotational Angiography in the Curēus 2012 Fall Poster Competition.
Curēus Editor-in-Chief John Adler, MD speaks into Time Magazine’s coverage on the study Nucleus Accumbens Surgery for Addiction.
With no viable cure in sight, her parents turned to an experimental treatment at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in a desperate attempt to save Emma’s life.
Study finds Stanford Hospital residents who use smart devices leverage their handheld technology to deliver better patient care.
Michael C. Munger of Duke University, writing in the Chronicle of Higher Education, offers ten useful tips on how to “write less badly.”
Could the seminal 1842 publication by Henry Jacob Bigelow be published today?