Lee is a graduate of Harvard College and the SUNY-Buffalo School of Medicine, and training programs at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Children's Hospital of Buffalo.
What does CHOB stand for?
CHOB stands for Children's Hospital of Buffalo (Buffalo, NY)
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See other definitions of CHOB
- Chinese Hamster Ovary Cells Overexpressing Human Insulin Receptor
- cells expressing high levels of human insulin receptors
- Canadian Heavy Oil Association
- Childhood Hematology Oncology Associates (Colorado)
- Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
- Condominium Home Owners' Association (Canada)
- Cultured Human Ovarian Adenocarcinoma (cancer)
- Combine Honnete Ober Advancer Mercantiles (Dune)
- CSTEA Howard Oxidants and Air Quality Experiment (Center for the Study of Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Atmospheres)
- Cannon House Office Building
- Chinese Hamster Ovary B (gene)
- Charterer's Option Both Ends (shipping)
- Carl Henry Online Business Systems (Monte Carlo, Monaco)
- Chief Observer
- Cambridge History of China (Cambridge University Press)
- Child Health Oversight Committee (Clinical & Translational Science Awards)
- Children's Haematology Oncology Clinics (Pretoria, South Africa)
- Children's Hospital Orange County
- Community Home Ownership Center (est. 1996; Shoreline, WA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A replacement Women & Children's Hospital of Buffalo will be constructed on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, less than two miles from the hospital's current location.
Tops Markets has pledged to donate $1 million over the next four years to renovate the Pediatric Ambulatory Surgery Center at Women & Children's Hospital of Buffalo.
is director of pediatric otolaryngology at The Children's Hospital of Buffalo, New York, and is the lead investigator of a multicenter clinical study using the OtoLAM procedure.
Whether the combination of breast and formula feeding is worse than formula feeding alone is indeed worth looking at,' says Pearay Ogra, chief of infectious diseases at Children's Hospital of Buffalo, N.