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Nuruddeen Lewis
Works at EMD Serono Inc.
Attended Vanderbilt University
Lives in Andover, MA
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"The Secret to Time Management? Focus. Focus. Focus." http://99u.com/articles/50806/the-secret-to-time-management-focus-focus-focus/
2 quick tips used by working professionals everywhere to get more done.
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Keep up the good work! Nuruddeen Lewis from USA on Google plus. 
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Excellent review. I appreciate your effort to assess the accuracy of the heart rate monitoring. I'm currently using the Nike fuelband and used the fitbit force and gear live previously. I love the simplicity of the fuelband. I'm still trying to determine how beneficial the HR monitoring will be for me. Thanks again for the review. 
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Thanks Nuruddeen for writing in. I would look up more information on Heartrate zone training or looking at the benefits of keeping track of your resting heart rate. I'm not a health professional, but the aforementioned is a good start on how or why it may be beneficial. Hope that helps somehow. thanks for writing in! Jimmy
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Tony Coles, the chief executive who sold Onyx Pharmaceuticals to Amgen for $10.4 billion in 2013, is starting a new company that will use yeast to try and discover new treatments for Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.) The new startup, Yumanity, will be [...]
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"And I want black people to be massively, undeniably successful, so that nobody can say anything. Because they are just killing it. There is no better argument than success." - Kanyi Maqubela
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Plan before you perspire. Innovation isn’t only about 1 percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration, as Edison once boldly claimed. Preparation is just as important, says Reynolds. “Anybody can beat Usain Bolt,” Reynolds explained, “Even though he’s infinitely faster. All you need is for him to run in the wrong direction for five seconds.” Reynolds exclaimed: “Sometimes planning beats out talent. Where you might be running really fast right now might be in the wrong direction.”
Wil Reynolds, Heidi Grant Halvorson, and Clive Wilkinson share actionable insights at the 2015 99U Conference.
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Get strong with StrongLifts 5x5
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Thanks for the review. It appears that the surge and the charge hr never reaches the maximum heart rate that the chest straps reach. Is that correct?
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that's what I tried to over rule and clarify. After I had confirmed the average time for the band to catch up (about 40 seconds to a minute) I would assumed it would be the same if I stayed consistent with an elevated heart rate, not resting. so during a run, about 3 miles in total at the park, never once did my HR levels reach as high as the chest strap. high 170's. the only way I could confirm accuracy was cross checking with other devices (another band, my Note 4 Optical sensor, and, physically counting my pulse) after doing so, the Fitbit products were spot on. but again, thats after about 30 seconds again, counting my pulse, having the smartphone read my pulse etc. Lastly, in the past, I had tested the Jabra Sport Pulse and never had my HR levels go as high as the 170's. In general and from within my methods of testing. that's what I came up with. I hope that helps somehow or provides a but more insight how I came up with my determination.
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By Asharib Syed **Editor's Note: Many of the ayah's referenced by number below are partial ayahs. Imam Suyuti defines a verse as “Kullu ayatin wafqatun li tadabur”—“every verse is a moment of refle...
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“The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way.”
-Marcus Aurelius
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A small group of African-American tech leaders met recently for a roundtable discussion that was funny, frank, and uncompromising.
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Scientist with a creative backbone.
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  • Vanderbilt University
    Immunology, 2005 - 2011
  • Alabama State University
    Biology, 2001 - 2005
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  • Speed multiplication
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  • EMD Serono Inc.
    Scientist I, 2013 - present
  • Boehringer-Ingelheim
    Postdoctoral Fellow, 2011 - 2013
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Andover, MA
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Bethel, CT - Nashville, TN - Montgomery,AL - Baton Rouge, LA
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