The University of Vermont
College of Medicine
Department of Ob/Gyn
Research DivisionBurlington, VT
Science is an integral part of culture. It's not this foreign thing,
by an arcane priesthood. It's one of the glories of the
human intellectual tradition.
-- Stephen Jay Gould (b. 1941), U.S. scientist.
Independent (London, 24 Jan. 1990)
Hello, how about a quick tour through our lab?
Who we are...
- George Osol, Ph.D.
- Natalia I. Gokina, Ph.D.
- Gerry Celia, BS, Graduate Student
- Keara McElroy-Yaggy, Tech
- Maurizio Mandala - visiting scientist
- Frederick Brekke - visiting scientist
- Kristen Page
- Renee Pulvar
- Rachel Smetanka
- Amy Wojtasinski
- Brian McElhinney
|What we do...||
How we do it...
George Osol's CV
Publications and Abstracts...
Links to other researchers...
|The University of Vermont||- for a look at our University|
|Fletcher Allen Health Care||-our teaching hospital|
|Women's Health Care Service||- Department of Ob/Gyn's home page|
|The State of Vermont||- the state of Vermont|
|Just say NO||- the Nitric Oxide Home Page|
|Molecular Probes||- good site for products, information, and cool images|
|Cayman Chemical||- well though out product site with great sea life images|
|inScight||- a nice general science site|
|The Center for the Easily Amused||- perfect for coffee breaks|
|Views of the Solar System||- great photos of astronomical objects|
|Ian Fleming||- a fan page for the creator of James Bond|
There does not exist a category of science to which one can give
the name applied science.There are science and the
applications of science, bound together as the fruit
of the tree which bears it.
-- Louis Pasteur (1822-95), French chemist.
"Pourquoi la France n'a pas
trouvé d'hommes supérieurs
au moment du péril,
" in Revue Scientifique (Paris, 1871)
Last Updated 3/15/01
Last modified April 13 2001 03:44 PM