The following are
examples of outstanding Literature Reviews and Theses written by students
from the Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences (GSBMS) of New York
Medical College. This is a representative list of high quality theses
recommended by the GSBMS Faculty and located in the Medical Sciences Library
of New York Medical College, Valhalla, New York.
Kale, SD. Role of
dystrophin and utrophin protein complexes in signal transduction and cell
structure: Implications for therapies for muscular dystrophies [master's
thesis]. Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College; 2001.
Carter JB. Pfiesteria
piscicida - A recently discovered toxic dinoflagellate [master's thesis].
Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College; 1999.
Tencza L. The association
between organochlorines and breast cancer [master's thesis]. Valhalla,
NY: New York Medical College; 2002.
Postoperative opioid analgesia in dogs and cats: An analysis of the pharmacological
and clinical effects of strong agonists relative to mixed agonist-antagonists
[master's thesis]. Valhalla, NY: New York Medical College; 1999.
Updated 01/22/09 D. Crooke
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