Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Bibliography Dr. Charles W. Swan

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Dr. Charles W. Swan Bibliography Contents Life of Charles W. Swan, Early Years, Education, Government, Hollywood, Charles W. Swan History, Anniversary Website, News and Press, Explore Documents, Images and Artifacts, Acknowledgments, Notes of Kindness, Awards Works by or about Charles W. Swan bibliography http://www.angelfire.com/celeb2/actor/library.html Rhetoric, Media and Values Fernandez, Mireya. "History Lesson." The Source 10 Mar. 2011: 4. The Source. Web. 10 Mar. 2011. Killough, Alvin, Charles Swan, and E. L. Edwards. "The Need for Logical Application-Base Extension in Sickle Cell." Journal of National Medical Association 98.3 (2000): 420-428. Print. Marcus, Joan. "Celebrities." Ebony Bay 11 Mar. 2006: 17. Hollywood Celebrities. Web. 28 May 2006. Sentinel News Service, Sentinel News Service. "Celebrities Birthdays." LA Sentinel 7 Mar. 2012: 2. LA Sentinel. Web. 10 Mar. 2011. Swan, Dr. Charles W. . "Curriculum Vitae." Curriculum Vitae. Version 17. Charles W. Swan, 28 May 2000. Web. 28 May 2012. . Swan, Dr. Charles W.. "Dr. Charles W. Swan Library and Museum: Black Baltimore The Historical Global Legacies in Maryland ." Angelfire: Welcome to Angelfire. Alvin Killough, 20 Mar. 1999. Web. 28 May 2012. . Trapped inside the Beltway. Dir. Charles Swan. Perf. Maria. Sundance Film Festival, 1999. VHS. Dr. Charles W. Swan. "The World As He Sees It." Tango Book 3 Aug. 2012. ISBN 9781468912050 The American Association for the Advancement of Science & The Dana Foundation are pleased to invite you to the first in a series of public events on Neuroscience & Society The Aging Brain What's New in Brain Research, Treatment & Policy? As scientists continue to make advances in neuroscience, they are learning more about how the aging brain functions in health and disease. Speakers at this event will discuss what we know at the basic research level; what we still need to determine; how we can apply scientific findings to the clinical setting; and how we must develop humane and effective policies nationwide as our population ages. The progress of this research will touch all of us as we age, become caretakers for family members and friends, and remain engaged citizens in helping to determine local and national policy. Welcome Alan I. Leshner, Chief Executive Officer, AAAS and Executive Publisher, Science Presenters Marilyn S. Albert, Director, Johns Hopkins Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center Richard J. Hodes, Director, National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health Reisa A. Sperling, Director, Center for Alzheimer’s Research and Treatment, Harvard Medical School June 13, 2012 5:00 p.m. Reception to follow AAAS Auditorium 1200 New York Ave, NW Washington, DC 20005 RSVP Please join us in celebrating the return of Dana Foundation events in Washington The American Association for the Advancement of Science & The Dana Foundation are pleased to invite you to the first in the 2013 series of public events on Neuroscience & Society Neuroscience and the Law Research on the brain has shed new light on the relationship between our thoughts, feelings, and behavior. These advances have not been lost on the legal system, where they raise serious issues for the law, from matters relating to the admissibility of evidence to decisions about criminal culpability. Speakers at this event will address what neuroscience can and cannot tell us about human behavior; the ways in which neuroscience is entering the courtroom; and the challenges this emerging knowledge poses for the trier of fact. Welcome: Alan I. Leshner, Chief Executive Officer, AAAS and Executive Publisher, Science Presenters: Steven Hyman, M.D., Director, Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research, Broad Institute and Distinguished Service Professor, Harvard University Owen Jones, J.D., New York Alumni Chancellor’s Chair in Law and Professor of Biological Sciences, Vanderbilt University and Director, MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Law and Neuroscience Honorable Barbara Rothstein, Senior Judge, U.S. District Court, District of Columbia April 25, 2013 5:30 p.m. Reception to follow AAAS Auditorium 1200 New York Ave, NW Washington, DC 20005 Visit our website RSVP This event is sponsored by The MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Law and Neuroscience Domestic and International Issues Position Papers http://curriculumvitae101.blogspot.com Primary Sources Ronald Reagan letter to Charles W. Swan George Bush letter to Charles W. Swan Bill Clinton letter to Charles W. Swan Barrack Obama letter to Charles W. Swan About the Author Charles W. Swan The Right Honorable Chevalier Sir Dr. Charles W. Swan, KHS The Religious and Military Order Knights of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem was baptised and raised n Pennslyvannia AME Zion Church in Baltimore and Idlewild Baptise Church in Tampa. Florida. He was raised and educated in Baltimore, MD. He excelled in all of his life pursuits, skipping most of his grades in public schools pursuing music, foreign languages, science and medicine. He attended Baltimore City College, Morgan State University-Vice President, Ohio Christian College (Doctorate), University of Texas Health Science Center, at Houston Texas. (Post Doctorate) He has been honored as a Under-Secretary of the United Nation, Presidential Policy Advisor, Deputy States Program Commissioner, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, an Executive Director of Neighborhood Services and a Private Practice, Swan and Associates, PA. At Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center, as a Clinical Intern, he was awarded the Silver Key Award from the National Association for Mental Health, Jessups, Maryland. Dr. Charles W. Swan has been honored with the Medal of Freedom and the Legion of Merit Award. The Eternal Flame of Freedom is burning two blocks from our nation's Capitol listing Dr. Charles W. Swan therein, he has been granted a United States Senate Senatorial Commission, is a member of Marquis's Who's Who in America, Science, Medicine, and the World. He was also nominated Time Magazine Person of the Century. He has gained world class recognition for his life's work and persuits with inductions into memberships in the world renowned professional societies, i.e., The National Association for World Health, The National Library of Medicine, The New York Academy of Science, The Center for Disease Control, The Human Gene Sequencing Management Center, The National Atlantic Treaty Organization Scientific and Environmental Programmes (NATO), The American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Physical Society Forum on Physic and Society and The Historical Society of the United States Supreme Court, etc. Charles is listed in the Black Families.com as a Historical Black Figure along with renowned Dr. Mae C Jemison, Thurgood Marshall, Madame Walker, Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King. Charles has received many appreciation letters from Congress, Governors, Mayors and certificates from foreign dignitaries and Ambassadors including the Presidents of the United States. Queen Elizabeth invited him to England as her special guest for the opening of the new Royal Air Museum.Ladies and Gentlemen, Sir Charles was Knighted in the year of our Lord, June, 2000. Sir Charles Royal lineage is from King Peter of Yugloslavia.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

The American Association for the Advancement of Science & The Dana Foundation are pleased to invite you to the first in a series of public events on Neuroscience & Society The Aging Brain What's New in Brain Research, Treatment & Policy? As scientists continue to make advances in neuroscience, they are learning more about how the aging brain functions in health and disease. Speakers at this event will discuss what we know at the basic research level; what we still need to determine; how we can apply scientific findings to the clinical setting; and how we must develop humane and effective policies nationwide as our population ages. The progress of this research will touch all of us as we age, become caretakers for family members and friends, and remain engaged citizens in helping to determine local and national policy. Welcome Alan I. Leshner, Chief Executive Officer, AAAS and Executive Publisher, Science Presenters Marilyn S. Albert, Director, Johns Hopkins Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center Richard J. Hodes, Director, National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health Reisa A. Sperling, Director, Center for Alzheimer’s Research and Treatment, Harvard Medical School June 13, 2012 5:00 p.m. Reception to follow AAAS Auditorium 1200 New York Ave, NW Washington, DC 20005 RSVP Please join us in celebrating the return of Dana Foundation events in Washington! For more information about the Neuroscience and Society series visit our website



The American Association for the Advancement of Science & The Dana Foundation
are pleased to invite you to the first event of the 2014 series on Neuroscience & Society
Wake up, I’m Speaking
The Neuroscience of Sleep and Dreaming
March 11, 2014
5:30 p.m.
Reception to follow
AAAS Auditorium
1200 New York Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Register: http://www.aaas.org/4vj
It seems that everybody, from comedians, to poets, to world leaders, have something to say about sleep. So why not scientists? Sleep, or the lack of it, is the focus of considerable research in the United States, where sleep disorders and sleep deprivation have been associated with poor cognitive performance, behavioral problems, accidents, ill health and other factors that adversely affect quality of life. When we do sleep, we also dream; in fact, during a typical lifetime, people spend an average of six years dreaming. In the past, dreams have been interpreted as omens of the future, representations of reality, and even divine messages from the gods. Nowadays, we tend to have slightly more rational views about dreams, but their significance and meaning remain a subject of debate in both science and public discourse. Speakers will address what neuroscience research tells us about sleep, sleep disorders, the mechanisms and functions of dreaming, and the impact of sleep research on medicine and society.
Presenters: Clifford B. Saper, MD, Ph.D.
James Jackson Putnam Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience
Harvard Medical School
Deirdre Leigh Barrett, Ph.D.
Department of Psychiatry
Harvard Medical School
Michael J. Twery, Ph.D.
Director, National Center on Sleep Disorders Research
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, NIH