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Short Description Ervin Y. Kedar's "The String of Life" follows the journey taken, both internally and externally, by its main character, Shumke. Based on historical fact and set primarily in the Middle East during the 1940s, Kedar tells an emotional story of a man who overcomes turmoil to realize the value of life.
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Professor Y. Kedar's, (Ph.D.), scientific expertise is in the field of "human ecology", cellular and molecular biology, and in the study of mitochondria, making extensive use of the transmission electron microscope (TEM). During his forty years of academic work, Prof. Kedar was professor on the faculty of various American Universities: University of California Berkeley (UCB), Los Angeles (UCLA), and Santa Barbara (UCSB), New York (SUNY), and New Jersey (WPU). He was selected by the US National Academy of Sciences (NAS) and the National Research Council (NRC) to be a Senior Scientist at NASA, Houston, Texas, and participated in the manned space flight studies during the Gemini and Apollo programs. He is certified by the Wingate Institute as a physical fitness coach for adults and for the disabled. He is also certified by the School of Integrated Medicine, specializing in Chinese medicine, Shiatsu, and Qi Gong. In recent years, he has dedicated most of his time and energy to the advancement of public health, and President of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Arad. This book ( a Trilogy) is a special effort to impart knowledge to the public at large from his vast experience and from the best of the scientific findings in this field. The Professor was born in 1925. He has been married for over fifty years , father of three daughters, and grandfather of five.
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Book Description BookSurge Publishing, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1419626469
Book Description BookSurge Publishing, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1419626469