UTMBUniversity of Texas Medical Branch
UTMBUltra Trail du Mont-Blanc (French marathon; various nations)
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"I am really going for the experience, especially as the UTMB is seen at the ultra-mountain running ultimate race.
The UTMB team of researchers, along with collaborators from across the U.S., including the National Institutes of Health, were able for the first time, to separate patients with fibromyalgia from normal individuals using a common blood test for insulin resistance, or pre-diabetes.
"Oman by UTMB has instantly established itself as a valued member of the international UTMB family," said Michel Poletti co-director of the UTMB.
The long-distance trail running event by UTMB will see an international field of 300 runners take on a non-stop rugged 137 km (85 smile) course over the varied and mountainous terrain of Oman's Jebel Akhdar.
Another high-profile entrant sure to be in the mix at the Al Hamra finish is Jason Schlarb, the top American finisher in the 2014 UTMB Mont Blanc.
UTMB Mont-Blanc was created in 2003 in Chamonix, France, and has quickly grown to become the "World's Summit of Trail Running".
To be hosted by Oman Sail with support from UTMB International, the event is based on the field of participants going through a remote route that will include some of the most dramatic sceneries Arabia has to offer.
UTMB scientist Kathryn Cunningham, director of the Center for Addiction Research and a professor in the department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, conducted a preclinical study and found lorcaserin can reduce the cravings for the opioid oxycodone.
"The reason for a difference in our reported findings between Hispanic women and men is not clear, although women were shown to be more frequent users of chamomile than men," said Bret Howrey, assistant professor in the UTMB department of family medicine.
Although Panetti has not been receiving treatment for mental illness, 14 members of the UTMB mental health staff have seen him.
But penetration through intact skin has not been definitively ruled out, said hemorrhagic-fever expert Thomas Ksiarek of the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), who co-led a session on Ebola's transmission routes.