The Science Journal - Volume VII - Number 2 - Spring 2014
This issue has several articles about the nervous system and one on Myopia. Art student Karen Bleich prepared an original painting of the eye and several muscles that are associated with it. If you look carefully you will see the nerves (yellow) on the muscles. The addition of Karen to our staff continues the tradition of making “The Science Journal of the Lander College of Arts and Sciences – Flatbush” a publication that is truly of the students. All writing, reviewing, editing, layout design and cover illustration are performed by those students on the Masthead with the exception of the additional reviews provided by the faculty reviewers and the oversight of the project by the faculty Advisor, Dr. Robert S. Bressler.
This issue completes Volume 7 and marks seven years of publishing this journal. We appreciate our readership. Any comments, manuscripts for consideration, and other communications may be sent to email@example.com.
Tony O’Hara M.F.A.
Robert S. Bressler Ph.D.
Majeedal Chowdhury Ph.D.
Allan Levine Ph.D.
Robert S. Bressler Ph.D
Chairman of Undergraduate Biology Programs
Lander College of Arts and Sciences
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Table of Contents
Environmental Factors and Progressive Myopia: A Global Health Problem
By: Jeffrey Weissman
The Viability of Organ Printing
By: Esther Schick
Neural Plasticity Following Ischemia
By: Shira Brickman
Stem Cells as a Cure For Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
By: Chaya K. Hirsch
Similarities Between Corticosteroids
By: M. Einhorn
The Grapefruit Juice Effect
By: Rebecca Leitner
Is Fluoridating Water Beneficial to Our Children: A Dental Perspective
By: Daniel Weidberg
Current Research of Extracorporeal Photopheresis and Future Applications
By: Chaim Lederer
Biomarkers in NSCLC Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Mutations
By: Suzanne Freidman