30-ton superconducting magnet to further brain research Hold onto your keys.

WHEN: Friday, Might 21, 2004; 10:00 a.m. EDT WHERE: NY University School of Medication Center for Biomedical Imaging 650 First Avenue NY, NY 10016.. 30-ton superconducting magnet to further brain research Hold onto your keys, car-sized magnet to help expand brain research at NYU College of Medicine. This Siemens 7-Tesla MRI would be the most effective MRI machine in the New York metropolitan region and among only a handful of such big magnets available for clinical research in the world.Cruzi I in El and Colombia Salvador, T. Cruzi II in Brazil, and T. Cruzi V and VI in both Argentina and Bolivia.26-28 Statistical Analysis We determined that the enrollment of 2800 sufferers would provide a power of 90 percent to detect a member of family risk reduction of 26 percent in the composite outcome in the benznidazole group after a mean of 5 years of follow-up, at a two-sided alpha level of 0.05. This calculation was based on an anticipated event rate of 8 percent each year in the control group, an expected price of nonadherence in the benznidazole group of 17 percent, and a 3 percent rate of loss to follow-up.