1 edition of General support of biomedical research found in the catalog.
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4. A Typical Model of Introduction. In this paper, we focused on a typical model of introduction commonly used in biomedical papers. As shown in Figure 1, the form of introduction is a funnel or an inverted pyramid, from large to small or broad to narrow (7, 16, 19, 26).The largest part of the funnel at the top describes the general context/topic and the importance of the study; the funnel Cited by: 1.Effects of NIGMS Training Programs on Graduate Education in the Biomedical Sciences: An Evaluative Study of the Training Programs of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, () Chapter: TRAINING GRANT SUPPORT AND IMPACT: BIOSCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENTS.All in all, this book provides graduate students and researchers with an extensive and timely snapshot of current research and challenges in the field of electrical bioimpendance, and a source of.