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AiC: Health Research receives U.

Mun, professor of physics, research fellow, and director of the guts; Kenneth H. Wong, research assistant professor of physics; and Alpay -zcan, research associate professor, all of whom are associates of AiC: Health Analysis group. Collaborators on the project are Linda Larson-Prior, of Washington University in St. Louis and Zang-Hee Cho, director of the Neuroscience Research Institute at Gachon University in South Korea. Dr. Michael P. Brazaitis, former seat of radiology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, acts as the Army representative for the task. ‘Sleep affects our physical and neurological functionality,’ Mun said. ‘The central scientific effort of the project is to improve our understanding of the way the brainstem and thalamus regulate rest in humans, and how these operational systems are affected by stress and sleep restriction.Haiti still offers significant issues with clean water, and dealing with certain diseases like Dengue and malaria fever, which are quite endemic to the certain area. With further destruction of the water supply, the social people of Haiti will be at increased risk of developing gastrointestinal diseases, food poisoning, and also worsening of injuries sustained by those in high-risk groups like children and seniors’ .