This difference reflected more-severe and longer bouts of depression in people with bipolar disorder, Kessler and his co-investigators conclude.
What does COI stand for?
COI stands for Co-Investigator
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 147 other meanings of COI in our Acronym Attic
- Chief Of Implementation
- Chief of Initiatives
- Chief of Installation
- Church of India (Columbia, MD)
- Church of Ireland
- Circle of Influence (marketing)
- Circles of Interest
- City of Industry (California)
- Class Of Interface
- Cloak of Invisibility (science fiction)
- Coalition of Itan (gaming guild)
- Coast Orbital Insertion (NASA)
- Coastal Ocean Institute (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
- Coefficient of Inbreeding
- College of Informatics (various universities)
- Coloboma of Iris, Choroid, and Retina
- Comando Operativo Interforze (Italian: Operational Interforces Command)
- Comité Olimpico Internacional (Spanish: International Olympic Committee)
- Commencement of Injection (auto engine)
- Commission de l'Océan Indien (French: Indian Ocean Commission; various nations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A National Medal of Science winner, Stone has been a principal investigator on nine NASA spacecraft missions and a co-investigator on five other NASA missions.
Co-investigators include Maria Rodriguez-Barradas, MD, Chris Lahart, MD, and Shannon Schrader, MD.
SAN ANTONIO -- Southwest Research Institute has been awarded a four-year, $700,000 contract as a co-investigator under a U19 cooperative agreement grant through the National Institutes of Health to formulate siRNA microbiocides for targeted drug delivery to prevent HIV, as well as HSV and HPV.
Too young to have witnessed the ravages of the first wave of AIDS and aware that anti-AIDS drug cocktails can keep the illness in check, they are engaging in risky sex, said Wesley Ford, a co-investigator in the study for the county Department of Public Health.
The sharpness of the pictures and their wide field of view may serve to guide follow-up observations by the Hubble Space Telescope, says UIT co-investigator Susan G.