Where’s Anju?

My apologies to those of you who’ve been wondering about me. I’ve been incredibly busy over in the non-virtual world. For those of you who’ve missed my writing, however, you can check out a piece that recently appeared in Eclectica. While you’re there, have a look at some of their other offerings.

The April 17th issue of the American Journal of Cardiology also contains a journal article to which I contributed.

This post refers to:

Davidson MH, Clark JA, Glass LM, Kanumalla A. Statin safety: an appraisal from the adverse event reporting system. Am J Cardiol. 2006 Apr 17;97(8A):S32-43.
(PMID: 16581327)

Kanumalla A. The Red Hair Gene. Eclectica. 2006 Apr; 10(2).

2 thoughts on “Where’s Anju?

  1. Wow. My eyes kind of glazed in the “it would take real work to understand this” kind of way from reading the abstract.

    Good for you, in the “congrats on publishing” sense. (Not congratulations for writing something that confuses me; that’s a side issue.) So…with the work you do, that changes the “normal” biomed sciences order of author credits? ‘Cause I’m fairly certain you’re not the head of the lab that ran most of the experiments…


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