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Boston University Cardiac Surgery
[September 5, 2013 – 05:15 am]
Boston University Cardiac Surgery

The Division of Cardiac Surgery includes highly skilled cardiac surgeons who perform innovative procedures with the assistance of a seasoned team of physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and cardiac nurses who collaborate with our patients, their cardiologists, and their families to provide the best possible outcomes and experience. Read more about Cardiac Surgery clinical services. Our Team Karl Karlson, MD Chief, Cardiac Surgery Assistant Professor of Surgery Miguel Haime, MD Assistant Professor of Surgery Ara Ketchedjian, MD Assistant Professor of Surgery Harold Lazar…


Boston University Attractions
[October 31, 2012 – 01:12 pm]
Boston University Attractions

Palacio de Cristal Located in el Parque Retiro,the Palacio de Cristal is an annex building for temporary contemporary art exhibits in collaboration with the Reina Sofa museum. Entrance to the glass palace is free,and surrounding the structure is a tranquil pond and lush grassy areas. Matadero Paseo de la Chopera,14. Metro Legazpi Matadero Website Manzanares River Madrid’s river,the Manzanares,runs along the western part of the city before turning east and crossing the southern neighborhoods. Close to the city there are many beautiful bridges that cross the river as well as a…

Boston University card access
[November 3, 2012 – 06:22 am]
Boston University card access

Home » Teaching & Learning Technologies » Classroom Technology & Support » Classroom Audio/Visual Equipment Reservations » Card Access System We provide a Card Access System that allows faculty access to media booths located in selected areas with their Boston University ID. Media booths in the following classrooms are now equipped with a Card Access System. CAS 224 COM 101 SAR 101 SAR 102 SCI 107 STO B50 CAS B12 CAS 522 CAS 211 CAS 313 CAS 314 MOR 101 SED 130 PHO 206 If you prefer, you may download the Card Access Request Form which you can print out, fill in…

BSO Card Boston University
[February 19, 2013 – 11:43 am]
BSO Card Boston University

The College Card is the best way for students to experience the BSO on a regular basis. For only $25 (College Card) students can attend many BSO concerts at no additional cost! (Blackout Dates Apply) Buy Starting each Monday morning,one ticket per concert may be obtained per BSO College Card up to one hour prior to the concert start time,in person,for that week s performances. The BSO Box Office is located at Symphony Hall at 301 Massachusetts Avenue,Boston,MA. Ticket availability: Thursday October 24 8pm Friday October 25 1:30pm Saturday October 26 8:00pm Subscribe To Our College…

Boston University Charlie Card Discount
[May 8, 2013 – 02:25 pm]
Boston University Charlie Card Discount

According to Wiki, it s named after a fictional character in a folk music song often called Charlie on the MTA, which concerns a man trapped forever on the Boston subway because he can t pay the fare required to exit. How cute to tie a story to it, but seriously it s pretty random that it s called the one name anyway. I mean, couldn t we have a more fun name like the Lobster Card or something? I fortunately don t have to deal with the loading etc. since I get a discounted monthly-link deal through work, and they handle it, but it s just so convenient. I like tapping the same…

Boston University Cardiology Department
[September 19, 2012 – 05:01 am]
Boston University Cardiology Department

Assistant Professor of Medicine and Radiology View CV View BIOSKETCH Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, Maywood, Il, 1-M.D. Yale University, New Haven, CT, 2008-Ph.D. Metabolic heart disease, Cardiomyopathy, Nuclear Cardiology Boston University School of Medicine, Section of Cardiovascular Medicine, Myocardial Biology Unit Office: 650 Albany Street, X704, Boston, MA 02481 Lab: Myocardial Biology Laboratory Boston University Medical Center 650 Albany St., X704 Email: ejmiller@bu.edu Metabolic heart disease, cardiomyopathy, nuclear cardiology My research interest is…

Cards Boston University
[September 2, 2013 – 10:16 am]
Cards Boston University

Welcome to the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders at Boston University The Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders at Boston University (BU CARD) is an internationally known clinical and research center specializing in helping both adults and children address a range of anxiety disorders and related challenges, such as difficulties with sleep, concentration, eating, and mood. We also stand at the forefront of research in providing treatments that work, and are dedicated to keeping high standards for the services we provide. Our faculty and staff recognize the importance…

Boston Tourism University
[October 20, 2013 – 09:56 am]
Boston Tourism University

MET AD 600 Economic Development and Tourism Management Fall ‘13 Provides a market oriented, strategic planning framework to address a broad range of tourism and regional economic and development issues that relate to tourism industry development and growth. The interplay of private, public and government organizations is discuss as they relate to the development of a comprehensive tourism plan. The combination of theory and practice will prepare students to analyze tourism markets, assess area, regional and national weakness and strengths as well as the security, infrastructure/logistics…

Boston University Tourism Management
[April 23, 2013 – 01:39 pm]
Boston University Tourism Management

MET AD 600 Economic Development and Tourism Management Fall ‘13 Provides a market oriented, strategic planning framework to address a broad range of tourism and regional economic and development issues that relate to tourism industry development and growth. The interplay of private, public and government organizations is discuss as they relate to the development of a comprehensive tourism plan. The combination of theory and practice will prepare students to analyze tourism markets, assess area, regional and national weakness and strengths as well as the security, infrastructure/logistics…