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Richard R. Schmidt, PhD

Contact Dr. Schmidt

1020 Locust Street
Jefferson Alumni Hall, Suite 520
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-7838

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Peer assessment among first year medical students in anatomy
  2. Equivalence of students' scores on timed and untimed anatomy practical examinations
  3. Bilateral absence of the ovaries and distal fallopian tubes: A case report
  4. Use of shoulder flexors to achieve isometric elbow extension in C6 tetraplegic patients during weight shift
  5. Expression of the RET/PTC fusion gene as a marker for papillary carcinoma in Hashimoto's thyroiditis
  6. Keloid excision and recurrence prophylaxis via intradermal interferon- gamma injections: A pilot study
  7. Surgical anatomy of the vertebral arteries
  8. Elbow extension using anterior deltoids and upper pectorals in spinal cord-injured subjects
  9. Elbow extension using the anterior deltoids and the upper pectorals
  10. Differential eicosanoid synthesis by murine fetal thymic non-lymphoid cells
  11. Expression of prostaglandin G H synthase (cyclooxygenase) during murine fetal thymic development
  12. Thymic eicosanoid profiles and cyclooxygenase localization in prenatal and postnatal CBA/J mice
  13. Relation between arachidonic acid metabolism and development of thymocytes in fetal thymic organ cultures
  14. Postnatal effects of prenatal insult
  15. Developmental toxicity of N,N'-bis(dichloroacetyl)-1,8-octamethylene diamine: Effects of in utero exposure on the postnatal murine immune system
  16. Longitudinal assessment of immunologic abnormalities of mice with the autosomal recessive mutation, 'wasted'
  17. Longitudinal assessment of immunological abnormalities of mice with the autosomal recessive mutation, wasted
  18. Age-related differential suppression of mitogenic responsiveness in murine splenocytes exposed in vitro to theophylline
  19. Altered development of immunocompetence following prenatal or combined prenatal-postnatal insult: A timely review
  20. The posterior interspinous fusion in the treatment of quadriplegia
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