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Michael P. Snyder, PhD Attends the Inauguration of Amrita Hospital
Dr. Michael Snyder delivers Health Innovation keynote at Amrita University and meets India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi, August 22-25, 2022

Dr. Michael Snyder delivers Health Innovation keynote at Amrita University and meets India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi, August 22-25, 2022

While in India as a featured distinguished speaker for the International Summit on Health Innovation Grand Challenges & Global Collaborations, Michael P. Snyder, PhD attended the inauguration of Amrita Hospital, Faridabad with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Spiritual Leader Mata Amritanandamayi (Amma), Dr. Girija V, Dr. Krish Ramachandran and other supporters, ushering in the country’s largest private hospital.

A cancer-associated RNA polymerase III identity drives robust transcription and expression of snaR-A noncoding RNA

A cancer-associated RNA polymerase III identity drives robust transcription and expression of snaR-A noncoding RNA

Results from this research support a model in which Pol III identity functions as an important transcriptional regulatory mechanism. Upregulation of POLR3G, which is driven by MYC, identifies a subgroup of patients with unfavorable survival outcomes in specific cancers, further implicating the POLR3G-enhanced transcription repertoire as a potential disease
factor.

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CBS News Interviews Michael Snyder About Our Wearables Research Study and Self-Tracking Your Health Data.

CBS News Interviews Michael Snyder About Our Wearables Research Study and Self-Tracking Your Health Data.

“Stanford School of Medicine professor Michael Snyder is conducting several studies to see how far wearables can go in detecting disease. “You don’t drive your car around without a dashboard,” he said. “Yet, here we are as people. We’re more important than cars, but we’re running around without any sensors, most people. And we should be wearing these things, in my opinion, because they can alert you to early things.”

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Michael P. Snyder, PhD Attends the Inauguration of Amrita Hospital
Dr. Michael Snyder delivers Health Innovation keynote at Amrita University and meets India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi, August 22-25, 2022

Dr. Michael Snyder delivers Health Innovation keynote at Amrita University and meets India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi, August 22-25, 2022

While in India as a featured distinguished speaker for the International Summit on Health Innovation Grand Challenges & Global Collaborations, Michael P. Snyder, PhD attended the inauguration of Amrita Hospital, Faridabad with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Spiritual Leader Mata Amritanandamayi (Amma), Dr. Girija V, Dr. Krish Ramachandran and other supporters, ushering in the country’s largest private hospital.

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