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This profile was last updated on 6/18/06  and contains information from public web pages.
 
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Parkinson's disease news and information
www.nwpf.com, 18 June 2006 [cached]
"Much of that research involves regeneration of the brain; as you know, Parkinson's is caused by a loss of neurons in one part of the brain," said Rick Weber of the University of Illinois College of Medicine.
On Thursday, august 8th, we plan ...
www.plwp.org, 25 Feb 2006 [cached]
On Thursday, august 8th, we plan to present a check for $2,000 to Richard J. Weber, Ph.D, a research scientist at the University of Illinois College of Medicine, Peoria campus for use in his studies dealing with the effect of activated leukocytes on dopamine producing cells in parkinson's affected subjects.
Grassroots Connection Issue: Stem Cell Research
www.grassrootsconnection.com, 4 Jan 2003 [cached]
There is the research being conducted right here in Peoria by Dr. Rick Weber who is an Associate Professor of Immunopharmacology and Microbiology here at the University of Illinois College of Medicine, who is working on stem cell research that uses a patient's own white blood cells to help cure that patient.
The Parkinson Alliance - Events
www.parkinsonalliance.net, 29 June 2003 [cached]
(l to r) Nancy Abraham, Carol Walton, Dr. Michael Rezak, Brenda Tucker, Dr. Paul Carvey, Dr. Rick Weber, Dr. Jorge Kattah, Holly Angus, and Joan Snyder (seated)
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Dr. Rick Weber, Associate Professor of Immunopharmacology and Microbiology at the U of I College of Medicine, gave a brief overview of Parkinson's disease before introducing the day's guest speakers, Dr. Michael Rezak and Dr. Paul Carvey, both from the Chicago area.
we believe that this is correct:
www.parkinsons-information-exchange-network-online.com, 8 Aug 2002 [cached]
There is the research being conducted right here in Peoria by Dr. Rick Weber who is an Associate Professor of Immunopharmacology and Microbiology here at the University of Illinois College of Medicine, who is working on stem cell research that uses a patient's own white blood cells to help cure that patient.
There are also stem cells that can be harvested from umbilical cord blood that is routinely discarded after a baby is born.Around the nation, cord blood banks are being set up to help doctors and families donate their umbilical cord for research.
We would all favor this humane stem cell research, if we understand it.The problem lies in the very mention of the words "stem cells."People tend to forget that there are many kinds of stem cells that scientists work with.
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