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French surgeon and biologist who developed a way to suture and graft blood vessels (1873-1944)

small individual study area in a library

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Carrel, "I'm pleased Charles is joining us at such an important time when our company is expanding with aggressive growth goals.
In his classic book, 'Man, the Unknown' (published in 1935), Carrel pointed out, 'The science of the living beings in general, and specially of the human individual, has not made such great progress.
Dan Carrel has a fresh perspective and an unusual method of beginning a realistic work: He believes in first applying a random, multicolored, overall "chaos." He's fervent about his unique approach, asserting that it's a "no-fail" system.
Since joining AtriCure in November 2012, Carrel has led the company through significant revenue growth including an increase of 31 percent over 2013.
"I looked up and I realised we had to evacuate immediately," Julie Carrel, the main referee in the stadium at the time, told the Tuoi Tre newspaper.
Her latest work (shown, center) was inspired by French surgeon Alexis Carrel, who won the Nobel Prize in 1912 for developing ways to seamlessly stitch together major blood vessels.
The red widow spider, Latrodectus bishopi Kaston or RWS, is restricted to xeric, fire-maintained sand pine scrub and scrubby flatwoods found on ancient, sandy ridges in Central and Southeastern Florida (Kaston 1938, 1970; McCrone & Levi 1964; McCrone & Stone 1965; Edwards 1994; Carrel 2001; Levi & Levi 2002).
AtriCure CEO Mike Carrel commented that the purchase bolstered his company's leadership position in the atrial fibrillation market.
"RKTB's goal is to create a better New York through architecture," said Carrel Bee, FAIA, RKTB principal.
Alex Carrel (1873-1944) y Pierre Lecomte du Nouy (1883-1947) fueron amigos y colegas profesionales.
The triangulation technique of anastomosing blood vessels was such a valuable contribution to vascular surgery that Alexis Carrel was awarded the 1912 Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine 'in recognition of his work on vascular suture and the transplantation of blood vessels and organs' (Carrel 1912).
Carrel Elliott, RN, Auckland (formerly Carrel Mitchell and a former NZNO board member)
One of the best things about the film is the remarkable chemistry between Rudd and Carrel. The two worked well together in Ancorman, funnily enough with Carrel assuming a similar role, and his gift for playing outrageous characters has obviously not faltered over the years.
I benefited a lot from that year, especially the narrative writing class and the chance to use Widener Library, where I had a wonderful carrel facing south on the sixth floor.