MedCalc 3000 is a computerized medical reference and tool set encompassing a wide array of pertinent medical formulae, clinical criteria sets and decision tree analysis tools used everyday by clinicians, medical educators, nurses and health care students.
To practice, teach and learn medicine based on solid, literature based data,
practitioners are easily overwhelmed by the breadth of information that they must master.
MedCalc 3000 helps simplify this task by assembling easy to use, interactive tools used to
learn Evidence Based Medicine.
Thursday, September 22, 2016
Thomson Reuters has released its list of 2016 “Citation Laureates” on 21 September.
Professor Lo Yuk Ming Dennis of the Department of Chemical Pathology is selected as one of this year’s Citation Laureates in Chemistry for his innovative research in “detecting cell-free fetal DNA in maternal plasma, a revolution in noninvasive prenatal testing.” Congratulation!