AJM

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AJMAutomatic Java Marker
AJMAmerican Journal of Medicine
AJMAmerican Jewish Museum (Pittsburgh, PA)
AJMAir Jamaica (ICAO code)
AJMAbrasive Jet Machining
AJMAmerican Jewelry Manufacturer (magazine)
AJMAssociation des Jeunes Magistrats (French: Association of Young Magistrates)
AJMAssociation Jeunesse en Mouvement (French: Association of Youth in Motion; Burkina Faso)
AJMAssistant Jumpmaster (US Army)
AJMApprentice-Journeyman-Master
AJMAmicale de la Jeunesse de Montmoreau (French: Friends of the Youth of Montmoreau; Montmoreau, France)
AJMA. J. Morrisroe & Sons Ltd (UK)
AJMAssociation Jeunesse Mali (French: Mali Youth Association)
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Levine's research has appeared in peer-reviewed journals including PLOS One, Arthritis and Rheumatology, Journal of Rheumatology, Seminars in Arthritis and Rheumatism and American Journal of Medicine. He received a Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award (K08) from the National Institutes of Health for work on immune responses in autoimmune myositis.
The research published in the American Journal of Medicine identified that overweight adults following Weight Watchers lost more than those who tried to lose weight on their own.
(Source: American Journal of Medicine, January 30, 2015.)
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