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Sir Michael Foster

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University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Neurophysiology
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Cross-listing: Physiology Academic Tree

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Thomas H. Huxley grad student (Evolution Tree)
William Sharpey grad student UCL

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Charles Scott Sherrington research assistant Cambridge
Fredrick Orpen Bower research assistant 1874-1879 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
Sydney John Hickson research assistant 1881 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
Walter Morley Fletcher grad student (Physiology Academic Tree)
John Newport Langley grad student Cambridge
Henry Newell Martin grad student Cambridge
Keith Lucas research scientist Cambridge
Frederick Gowland Hopkins research scientist 1898-1907 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
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Foster S. (2016) How CQC fit are we as nurses? British Journal of Nursing (Mark Allen Publishing). 25: 709
Foster S. (2016) Doing more to protect whistleblowers. British Journal of Nursing (Mark Allen Publishing). 25: 641
Foster S. (2016) Hitting 'go' on the Five Year Forward View. British Journal of Nursing (Mark Allen Publishing). 25: 573
Foster S. (2016) Reporting from ward to board. British Journal of Nursing (Mark Allen Publishing). 25: 467
Foster S. (2016) The care hours metric: a useful tool? British Journal of Nursing (Mark Allen Publishing). 25: 419
Foster S. (2016) Demonstrating the value of the CNS. British Journal of Nursing (Mark Allen Publishing). 25: 351
Foster S. (2016) Introducing the nursing associate role. British Journal of Nursing (Mark Allen Publishing). 25: 233
Foster S. (2016) Understanding the practice environment British Journal of Nursing. 25: 233
Pattaro C, Teumer A, Gorski M, et al. (2016) Genetic associations at 53 loci highlight cell types and biological pathways relevant for kidney function. Nature Communications. 7: 10023
Wu T, Ramamoorthy S, Wilson T, et al. (2016) Optogenetic Control of Mouse Outer Hair Cells. Biophysical Journal. 110: 493-502
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