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Alison McManus, D.N.P.

Concepts (30)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Prion Diseases22022890.360 Why?
Prions120221810.180 Why?
Methylphenidate120204760.140 Why?
Neurodegenerative Diseases1202010680.100 Why?
Clinical Trials as Topic1202079700.060 Why?
Telemedicine1202129900.060 Why?
Coronavirus Infections1202031360.050 Why?
Pneumonia, Viral1202032460.050 Why?
Feasibility Studies2202151440.050 Why?
Pandemics1202086070.040 Why?
Biometry120215640.040 Why?
Diabetes Mellitus, Type 212021119090.040 Why?
Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic22021100570.030 Why?
Guidelines as Topic1202014020.030 Why?
Pilot Projects1202084130.020 Why?
Genotype12022129700.020 Why?
Exercise1202156620.020 Why?
Longitudinal Studies12020142190.010 Why?
Reproducibility of Results12020200260.010 Why?
Humans520227527410.010 Why?
Alzheimer Disease1202081990.010 Why?
Cohort Studies12020409390.010 Why?
Mice12022817660.010 Why?
Treatment Outcome12020640170.010 Why?
Risk Factors12020730940.010 Why?
Animals120221696000.010 Why?
Aged120201656290.000 Why?
Adult120202166580.000 Why?
Male120203543110.000 Why?
Female120203850900.000 Why?
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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.