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A new paper has been published in Population Studies (online early) by CAMPOP members Alice Reid, Hanna Jaadla and Eilidh Garrett.
The paper presents a methodological advance in the form of two new variants of the Own Children Method, an indirect method of calculating fertility from cross-sectional census data.
July 23, 2009 — A new laboratory test for urine neutrophil gelatinase–associated lipocalin (NGAL) helps predict whether patients in intensive care will develop acute kidney injury (AKI), according to the results of a study reported online July 23 in the .
"As a stand-alone marker, urine NGAL performed moderately well in predicting ongoing and subsequent AKI," senior author T.
Subglacial lakes are common on Earth, and their locations have been successfully predicted from ice surface topography and ice thickness using theories for subglacial water flow.
This paper uses surface topography and ice thickness data for Mars' south polar ice cap to calculate the theoretical locations of possible subglacial lakes beneath the ice cap, and compares these with the location of the observed possible present‐day area of liquid water.
In contrast, urinary NGAL was not associated with proteinuria in human or mouse models.
Mars' present‐day ice deposits are generally assumed to be frozen throughout given its very cold climate, but new evidence from orbital radar data suggests a possible present‐day ~20km‐wide area of liquid water beneath Mars' south polar ice cap.NGAL for HIVAN Diagnosis HIVAN is defined histologically as a collapsing focal segmental glomerulosclerosis with prominent tubular damage and is characterized clinically by nephrosis and a rapid decline in renal function.The goal of the second study was to assess whether NGAL is a useful marker for noninvasive diagnosis of HIVAN.Many are working for the Ph D degree, awarded on the basis of individual research and requiring three years of full-time study.
The Department of Geography also runs a range of Masters/MPhil courses.Read more Research in the Department of Geography, arranged across six Thematic Research Groups and two Institutes, covers a broad range of topics, approaches, and sites of study.