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Yarden Fraiman, M.D.

Concepts (76)

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The timeline below shows the dates (blue tick marks) of publications associated with Yarden Fraiman's top concepts. The average publication date for each concept is shown as a red circle, illustrating changes in the primary topics that Yarden Fraiman has written about over time.
Karyotyping, 1 publications between 2015 and 2015, average publication date May 2015. Spherocytosis, Hereditary, 1 publications between 2015 and 2015, average publication date May 2015. Genetic Diseases, Inborn, 1 publications between 2020 and 2020, average publication date September 2020. Health Status Disparities, 3 publications between 2020 and 2021, average publication date September 2020. Minority Health, 1 publications between 2021 and 2021, average publication date February 2021. Burnout, Professional, 2 publications between 2020 and 2022, average publication date May 2021. Infant, Premature, 3 publications between 2020 and 2022, average publication date July 2021. Language, 1 publications between 2021 and 2021, average publication date August 2021. Neonatology, 2 publications between 2022 and 2022, average publication date March 2022. Critical Illness, 1 publications between 2022 and 2022, average publication date March 2022. Premature Birth, 1 publications between 2022 and 2022, average publication date August 2022. Faculty, 1 publications between 2022 and 2022, average publication date September 2022. Mentors, 1 publications between 2022 and 2022, average publication date September 2022.

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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.