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MONDAY

hNBIC Editors: Published items (items 1 to 50)
February 9, 2009
Mayo Clinic: An Online Example  ScienceRoll
Some best practices described.
Personalized Genomics: A Critical Review!  The Gene Sherpa: Personalized Medicine and You
Conference slides, commentary and a good comment thread. Also, "gizmo idolatry."
Matt Cutts hacks his WiiFit for biometrics  The Quantified Self
Illustrative show-and-tell by a famous Googler about open architecture, digital literacy and personal technology.

TUESDAY

hNBIC Editors: Published items (items 1 to 50)
February 10, 2009
Better thinking through chemistry  Ouroboros
More on neural enhancement.

WEDNESDAY

hNBIC Editors: Published items (items 1 to 50)
February 11, 2009
How Electronic Medical Records Can Be Used To Test Drug Efficacy  IT / Internet / E-mail News From Medical News Today
Mining large EMR databases could "circumvent studies too costly or unethical for clinical trials." In silico rather than in vivo.
More on senescence and allograft rejection  Ouroboros
It's now how old the kidney is, it's how old the kidney feels.
Google Peer Review!? [A Blog Around The Clock]  ScienceBlogs Channel : Technology
GPeerReview, "a decentralized social-network of reviewers and papers."
Now Wait Just A Dadgum Minute  The Covert Rationing Blog
A study of "colonoscopies without using sedation ... examining the willingness of American patients to tolerate pain and suffering far beyond current standards of care, in order to save the system some money."
A Shared Roadmap and Vision for Health IT  The Health Care Blog
The alphabet soup of standards, organizations and accreditations needed to synch health IT.
Your genome will be public  The Quantified Self
Sicussion about the "inevitable public status of all individual human genomes."

THURSDAY

hNBIC Editors: Published items (items 1 to 50)
February 12, 2009
Cancer Research Heads Down New Pathway  Wired Health
The limitations of gene therapy.
Nanotech is booming in India  NanomedicineCenter.com
"The number of publications skyrocketed from 2,200 in 2007 to nearly 21,000 at the end of 2007."
Which EMR do you use?  HealthTechnica
Enter this week's HealthTechnica Poll.
"Voodoo Correlations" in fMRI -- Whose voodoo?  Neuroskeptic
Review of Ed Vul et. al.'s "Voodoo Correlations in Social Neuroscience".