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Category:Boston University School of Medicine; Massachusetts; USA
Abbrev BUSM  +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
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Definition Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) is a major research institution, providing an exceptional environment for students interested in basic science, clinical investigation, or public health and health services oriented research. BUSM has 660 medical students, and a similar number of graduate students in the medical school actively engaged in the study of medicine and the biomedical sciences. y of medicine and the biomedical sciences.
Id nlx_35814  +
Is part of Boston University; Massachusetts; USA +
Label Boston University School of Medicine; Massachusetts; USA  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 18 March 2011 23:13:44  +
ModifiedDate 18 March 2011  +
SuperCategory University  +
Synonym Boston University School of Medicine  +
Categories University
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Resource:BUSM Mass Spectrometry Resource +, Resource:Boston University Alzheimers Disease Center +, Resource:Boston University Biospecimen Archive Research Core +, Resource:Boston University; School of Medicine; Behavioral Neuroscience +, Resource:CTE and Post-traumatic Neurodegeneration: Neuropathology and Ex Vivo Imaging +, Resource:Cardiovascular Proteomics Center +, Resource:International Genomics of Alzheimers Project +, Resource:STRAP + Is part of
Resource:International Genomics of Alzheimers Project + RelatedTo


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