A dedicated PH clinic was later created and supported by Dr.
De Marco then joined by additional cardiologists, pulmonologists, and nurse practitioners.
As a result, 460 of these volumes are now full-text accessible on Google Books and Hathi Trust sites.
With hundreds of volumes digitized proper organization assures quick and efficient discoverability of these treasures by diverse users.
With the advent of the approval of epoprostenol, the referral base from the community grew and Dr.
De Marco assumed a a major role for the management of this patient population, gleaned catheterization laboratory support for activities including acute vasodilator and exercise testing.
This category recognizes student ideas that demonstrate the capacity of information technology to address a significant societal challenge.
Selected from a competitive pool of more than 45 proposals from 8 UC campuses, these innovative projects shared a total of ,000 in prizes. In the IT for Society category, 45 pre-proposals were submitted (8 campuses: UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UCLA, UC Merced, UC Riverside, UCSF, UCSB, UCSC), 6 finalists (4 UC Berkeley, 1 UCSF, 1 UC Davis), and 4 winners (1 UCSF, 3 UC Berkeley). Team Members: Jason Parad, Kristine Tran, Alexander Haddad Campus: UC San Francisco The skyrocketing popularity of dating apps like Grindr, Tinder, and Jack’d may also contribute to an increase in the transmission of HIV and other STDs.
By guest blogger, UCSF Archivist Polina Ilieva The UCSF library is an important UC contributor to the Google Books digitization project.History The Adult Pulmonary Hypertension (PH) Program at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF ) has roots dating back over 30 years with Dr.Bruce Brundage, Director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory who participated in the NIH Registry for Primary Pulmonary Hypertension and brought that interest to UCSF.Project staff were cross trained on locating books on the shelves and checking their condition and ability to withstand the scanning, packing, checking-in on arrival and re-shelving.Our catalogers were instrumental in ensuring the creation of detailed metadata for each volume that allows users to easily locate them through searches of Hathi Trust and Google Books.
Over 631,000 of those volumes are in the public domain and available to all via Google Books, the Internet Archive, and the Hathi Trust Digital Library.