click links in text for more info


Hemoglobinuria is a condition in which the oxygen transport protein hemoglobin is found in abnormally high concentrations in the urine. The condition is associated with any hemolytic anemia with intravascular hemolysis, in which red blood cells are destroyed, thereby releasing free hemoglobin into the plasma. Excess hemoglobin is filtered by the kidneys, which excrete it into the urine, giving urine a purple color. Hemoglobinuria can lead to acute tubular necrosis, an uncommon cause of a death of uni-traumatic patients recovering in the ICU. Acute glomerulonephritis Burns Renal cancer Malaria Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria Microangiopathies, e.g. hemolytic-uremic syndrome, thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura leading to microangiopathic hemolytic anemia Transfusion reactions IgM autoimmune hemolytic anemia Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency Pyelonephritis Sickle cell anemia Tuberculosis of the urinary tract March hemoglobinuria secondary to repetitive impacts on the body the feet Athletic nephritis secondary to strenuous exercise Acute lead poisoning The diagnosis is made based on the medical history, blood samples, a urine sample.

The absence of urine RBCs and RBC casts microscopically despite a positive dipstick test suggests hemoglobinuria or myoglobinuria. The medical term for RBCs in the urine is hematuria. Hematuria

List of programs broadcast by TVA

This is a list of programs broadcast on TVA. TVA is a French language television network in Canada, which broadcasts over the air in Quebec and is available in the rest of Canada on cable. Au secours de Béatrice Le Banquier Les Brillant Bugs Bunny et ses amis Caméra Café Canadian Football League Chambres en ville La classe de 5e Le cœur a ses raisons Cornemuse Dieu merci! Double Défi Dr House L'École des fans Esprits criminels L'Été indien Face au mur Fais-moi un dessin Les Feux de L'amour Fort Boyard Fortier Le Grand Blond avec un show sournois Grendizer Les héros L'Heure bleue JE Jeopardy! Juste pour rire km/h Lance et compte La liste noire: Rédemption Lol:-) Maman Dion Monk Occupation Double Patof Les Pierrafeu Piment Fort Le Poing J La Poule aux œufs d'or Quoi de neuf, Bugs? Le Recrue Sailor Moon Salut, bonjour! La série Montréal-Québec Shopping TVA Les Sœurs Elliot Star Académie Sucré Salé Taxi 0-22 Teletubbies Top Modèles TVA Nouvelles Ultimatum Vertige La Voix Yamaska TVA Télévision Programming through the years - Canadian Communications Foundation

Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

The Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences known as Mayo Graduate School, is one of the schools of higher education within the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science. It offers graduate training in the biomedical sciences with programs for Ph. D. M. D.-Ph. D. and master's degree-seeking students. In addition, Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences offers summer undergraduate research fellowships and post-baccalaureate research opportunities. Mayo Graduate School has locations in the three Mayo Clinic campuses: Rochester, MN, Jacksonville, FL, Scottsdale, AZ; the majority of students pursue their degrees in Rochester. The Rochester campus has its school office located in the Guggenheim building and a student center in the Mitchell building; as of 2018, U. S. News & World Report ranks the Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences #27 on their "Best Grad Schools: Biological Sciences" list. Core courses for all Ph. D. students cover basic mechanisms and fundamental concepts in biological sciences.

More specialized education is provided in track-specific courses. During the first year, students complete at least three 8-week laboratory rotations in laboratories of their choice. Students select the labs in which they will pursue their degrees. In order to complete the degree, students must pass written and oral qualifying exams, have at least one first author publication accepted, write a thesis on their work; the average time length for a Mayo graduate student to get a PhD degree is 5.25 years. All Ph. D. students are guaranteed an internal fellowship for up to five years. The fellowship covers benefits and a competitive stipend. Students are not required serve as a teaching assistant but can. Over 270 faculty members mentor students in seven tracks: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Biomedical Engineering and Physiology Clinical and Translational Science Immunology Molecular Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics Neuroscience Virology and Gene Therapy Additionally, a Regenerative Sciences Training Program was started in 2017 in collaboration with the Mayo Clinic Center for Regenerative Medicine.

The RSTP is offered to students in any of the Ph. D. tracks in order to foster application of these fields to regenerative medicine. MCGSBS cooperates with the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine to offer the MD-PhD degree, funded by an NIH/NIGMS Medical Scientist Training Program T32 grant. MCGSBS provides master's degree of biomedical research education, it takes 2–3 years. Students or Mayo employees can choose master education from seven tracks described above. Students take related courses and finish a scientific project to obtain the degree. Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is committed to the principle that society benefits from PhD-trained biomedical scientists leading in a broad range of careers. Many of these careers are different from the careers of graduate school mentors. Therefore, Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences offers to upper level PhD and MD/PhD students funded 100-hour Career Development Internships allowing networking in a variety of professional settings where biomedical PhD training is valued.

Internship opportunities include liberal arts education, clinical lab management, technology transfer, science writing, public policy. Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is a national center of excellence for the biomedical research training of students from backgrounds underrepresented in science; this training is supported by three long-running NIH diversity training grants. Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences sponsors a highly-competitive Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program at its three national campuses for PhD- and MD/PhD-bound rising juniors and seniors

Jenny Rissveds

Jenny Rissveds is a Swedish cross-country mountainbike rider. She won the gold medal in the under-23 mountainbike race at the World Championships in 2016. Born in Falun, Rissveds won the gold medal in women's cross country at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. In March 2017 Rissveds rode the eight-day Absa Cape Epic stage race in South Africa for the first time. Together with manager Thomas Frischknecht they won the Mixed category comfortably after covering the 641 km route. In July 2017, she was awarded the Victoria Scholarship. On 11 August 2019, she won her first world cup victory post-her 2016 Summer Olympics gold medal, when winning a World Cup competition in Lenzerheide in Switzerland

Silver Haze

Silver Haze is the second album by the American punk band Aye Nako, released via Don Giovanni Records on April 7, 2017. In contrast to the band's earlier work, the album's songwriting is split between singer Mars Dixon and guitarist Jade Payne."Particle Mace" from the album was released as a single. All tracks are written by Aye Nako; the album received a 7.9 score from Pitchfork, with Matthew Ismael Ruiz stating it "feels like the best of Aye Nako". Peter Ellman, reviewing for Exclaim!, gave it 8/10, commenting on how the band juxtaposed "at-times-jarring post-punk guitar parts with pretty, melodic catchy choruses". William Kennedy of The Portland Mercury called it "bracing and vital ’90s-era guitar rock with elements of pop punk and enough messy, open-chord Sonic Youth-style tunings". Mars Ganito – vocals, guitar Joe McCannbass guitar Jade Payne – guitar Sheena McGrath – drums

Action: The October Crisis of 1970

Action: The October Crisis of 1970 is a 1973 Canadian feature from Robin Spry, produced by the National Film Board of Canada. It is one of two NFB films by Spry completed in 1973 about the 1970 October Crisis, along with Reaction: A Portrait of a Society in Crisis. A thoughtful look at the desperate days of the October Crisis, when FLQ terror gripped the streets of Montreal and it seemed that Quebec's search for independence and security of its language and culture might end in insurrection and repression. Film by National Film Board of Canada crews during the events themselves, supplemented by news and other actuality films, this documentary of the Crisis shows that, beyond the immediate threat of the FLQ bombings, the kidnappings and the murder of Pierre Laporte, a Quebec cabinet minister, there were more widespread resentments, a long time in growing; the FLQ objective of an independent, sovereign Quebec was supported by several legitimate political movements. This film puts the Crisis into the long perspective of history.

The protagonists are Pierre Trudeau, Robert Bourassa, René Levesque, Jean Drapeau, Tommy Douglas and others. Their speeches and explanations are interwoven with the kidnappings, the communiqués, the FLQ manifesto, the War Measures Act, the death of Laporte, the arrival of the Canadian Army, the arrests and escapes, the questions of civil liberties. Variety called Action: The October Crisis of 1970 "an uncharacteristically strong and gripping National Film Board of Canada feature documentary" and Take One said, "Action is a instructive survey of the development in Quebec, from the 1940s to October 1970."However, Screen, a publication of the Media Study Program of the NFB, said this about the film: "It purports to be a film – that is, some form of artistic statement, no a television commercial — about the October Crisis. It is rather a collage of static television images, trivial anecdotes and marginal vocalisms whose consequence is to induce a feeling of well-being. More it is a successful laxative in which we spend one and one-half hours re-digesting and discharging the trauma of October 1970.

The film leaves us unchanged, other than to reinforce our sedation." Louis Portugais, Bernard Gosselin, Donald Winkler, Michel Régnier, David De Volpi, Douglas Kiefer, Serge Beauchemin, Yves Dion, John Yanyck, Claudio Luca, Michel Thomas d'Hoste. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Radio-Canada, La Presse, Toronto Star, CTV, CFCF-DT, Canada Wide and Canadian Press. Canadian Film Award – Non-Feature Direction Official website