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extramural

connected with but outside the normal courses or programme of a university, college, etc.
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Collman, Division of Extramural Research and Training, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, PO Box 12233, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709.
Two radiologists, in consensus, used a workstation to review the rectal magnetic resonance images and the T3 sub-classification was established depending on radiologic measurement of maximal extramural depth beyond the outer margin of the muscularis propria on axial thin-section T2-weighted images.
To measure the conversation between economics and other disciplines, the research team used "extramural" citations as a yardstick: how often papers in the journals of one discipline (such as the American Economic Review) were cited in the journals of another (such as the American Sociological Review).
Federal agencies with extramural research budgets over USD 100m are required to set-aside a certain percentage of their budget to the SBIR programme.
Routine haematoxylin/eosin staining is not sufficient to detect extramural vascular invasion.
Funding from the Boston Red Sox Foundation will help to expand and revitalize the Extramural Sports Program at Perkins in the year ahead.
RESULTS: During the study period of 14 months a total of 626 neonates were admitted to NICU of which 305 (48.72%) were born within our hospital (intramural) while 321 (52.28%) were referred to the hospital from outside (extramural).
He offers personal and polemic views of the evolution of extramural studies from the missionary enthusiasm of James Stuart, founder of the university, to the present rapid closing of continuing education departments.
In this regard, the conference helped participants to develop action plans for the establishment and operation of girl clubs and mini-conferences, which will contribute towards the existing curricular and extramural life skills programmes in their schools and communities.
In the absence of such information, we reviewed the disbursal of funds for extramural research by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), an autonomous body under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (now under Department of Health Research, Government of India) responsible for research in the country.
In light of these questions, GAO examined (1) how NIH makes extramural research funding decisions and OD monitoring of this process, (2) the design of selected internal controls over NIH's travel and personnel appointment processes, and (3) the design of NIH's new risk management program and the program it is replacing.
NIH fosters the careers of thousands of scientific researchers through its extramural Loan Repayment Programs (LRP).