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  • Unglert, Carolin Isabella (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    The health of the human respiratory system depends critically on airway clearance via motile hair-like structures (cilia), which transport and eliminate unwanted particles trapped within mucus. Impairment of mucociliary ...
  • Chhan, David (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    While much is known about the process of how airborne sound is conducted to the inner-ear via the outer ear and middle ear, so-called air conduction (AC), the mechanisms by which vibrations of the head and body, so-called ...
  • Stokes, Patrick A (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    Granger causality methods analyze the flow of information between time series. The Geweke measure of Granger causality (GG-causality) has been widely applied in neuroscience because its frequency-domain and conditional ...
  • Mateus, Ashley (Ashley Marie) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    Telehealth technologies are being employed to increase access, quality of care, and cost containment. However, there are no widely accepted measures of telehealth performance and little information about long-term changes ...
  • Manrai, Arjun Kumar (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    Physicians must often diagnose their patients using disease archetypes that are based on symptoms as opposed to underlying pathophysiology. The growing concept of "precision medicine" addresses this challenge by recognizing ...
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