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Everything in Moderation: Micro-8 to Study Regulating Pathogens in Space
Everything in Moderation: Micro-8 to Study Regulating Pathogens in Space
2014-09-19 | Scientists want to address controlling outbreaks of Candida albicans, an opportunistic yeast pathogen, with the next round of cellular growth experiments on the International Space Station -- Micro-8.
NASA Space Radiation School is Totally Radical
NASA Space Radiation School is Totally Radical
2014-09-19 | A veritable physics and biology mashup exposes students to a broad spectrum of space radiation research and expertise.
The Team at Achieve Clinical Research is Enrolling Qualified Individuals to Participate in a Pneumonia Vaccine Clinical Trial in Birmingham, Alabama
The Team at Achieve Clinical Research is Enrolling Qualified Individuals to Participate in a Pneumonia Vaccine Clinical Trial in Birmingham, Alabama
2014-09-19 | Achieve Clinical Research is looking for adults who have never have not been vaccinated for pneumonia within the last year to take part in this new clinical study. Applicants should be at least 18 years old in order to qualify for a clinical trial.
Experience is Not a Good Predictor of Performance for Epic Consulting Firms
Experience is Not a Good Predictor of Performance for Epic Consulting Firms
2014-09-17 | KLAS report looks at highly competitive Epic consulting firm market.
R-T Specialty to Present New Online Video Series on WRIN.tv
R-T Specialty to Present New Online Video Series on WRIN.tv
2014-09-08 | Special series will focus on Directors and Officers Liability and Emerging Issues in Life Sciences
Lorena Riol Blanco, Ph.D., Named Professional of the Year in Immunology
Lorena Riol Blanco, Ph.D., Named Professional of the Year in Immunology
2014-09-08 | Dr. Riol Blanco works to study the role of peripheral nerves in autoimmune diseases
Dr. Susan J. Littman: A Superb Medical Oncologist and Hematologist
Dr. Susan J. Littman: A Superb Medical Oncologist and Hematologist
2014-08-30 | Delivering a Comforting Care to Every Patient
Microgravity Research Breaks Down How to Build Better Bones
Microgravity Research Breaks Down How to Build Better Bones
2014-08-25 | The nature of bone loss acceleration in space provides an opportunity for research, which has already factored into preclinical pharmaceutical trials to develop medications to help with bone health on Earth.
inGenious Targeting Laboratory Scores Multiple Contracts for Use of Innovative TruHumanization Technology
inGenious Targeting Laboratory Scores Multiple Contracts for Use of Innovative TruHumanization Technology
2014-08-23 | inGenious Targeting Laboratory, a leading global provider of genetically modified mouse models, announced today that they have solidified multiple contracts to create mouse models using their exclusive TruHumanization technology.
Space Station Inspired Robot to Help Heal Sick Children
Space Station Inspired Robot to Help Heal Sick Children
2014-08-22 | Space-inspired robotics are lending a helping arm to pediatric doctors for children who require intensive surgical care. The same companies which developed the robotic arms that helped build the space station have now created a new research platform.
Workflow, Dose and Improved Patient Care Reshaping Mobile X-Ray Market
Workflow, Dose and Improved Patient Care Reshaping Mobile X-Ray Market
2014-08-20 | KLAS releases report on how and why mobile DR x-ray continues to become a staple in hospitals across the country and which vendors are winning loyalty
A New CHR OPINION Outlines Why Androgen (DHEA) - Supplementation in Women with Low Functional Ovarian Reserve Has Strong Evidentiary Support Despite Lack of Randomized Clinical Trials
A New CHR OPINION Outlines Why Androgen (DHEA) - Supplementation in Women with Low Functional Ovarian Reserve Has Strong Evidentiary Support Despite Lack of Randomized Clinical Trials
2014-08-18 | New York infertility clinic CHR argues that despite the absence of randomized clinical trials, accumulated evidence overwhelmingly supports androgen supplementation in women with low functional ovarian reserve.
'Enzyme-Search Engine' Reveals Hidden Possibilities of Nature
'Enzyme-Search Engine' Reveals Hidden Possibilities of Nature
2014-08-12 | A new search engine, including a database with more than 100.000 proteins, opens up new possibilities in the search for industrial usable enzymes or for alternatives to patented biocatalysts. The method was published in Nature Communications.
Women With Low Functional Reserve (LFOR) Require Special Clinical Approaches in their Fertility Treatments, According To CHR Physicians
Women With Low Functional Reserve (LFOR) Require Special Clinical Approaches in their Fertility Treatments, According To CHR Physicians
2014-08-04 | Research at a New York infertility clinic determines that women with LFOR are often overlooked by the medical community, and a different treatment path could bring better results.
"Graying" Population of Infertility Patients Brings New Challenges to Medical Practice and Society, Study at Center for Human Reproduction Finds
"Graying" Population of Infertility Patients Brings New Challenges to Medical Practice and Society, Study at Center for Human Reproduction Finds
2014-07-28 | A recent study at New York infertility clinic CHR discovered that nationwide, women seeking infertility treatment are older than they were 10 years ago.
Jenny C. McCloskey Inducted into Worldwide Who's Who for Excellence in Health Care
Jenny C. McCloskey Inducted into Worldwide Who's Who for Excellence in Health Care
2014-07-25 | Dr. McCloskey is well-known for her work in sexual health.
The Heart of an Astronaut, Five Years On
The Heart of an Astronaut, Five Years On
2014-07-23 | The Cardio Ox investigation will look at how oxidative stress and inflammation caused by conditions of spaceflight affect astronaut hearts for up to five years after astronauts fly on the International Space Station.
Single Embryo Transfer in IVF Cycles Reduces Pregnancy Chances, Often Ignores Patients' Desire, and Deprives Them of the Right to Self-Determination without Any Compensatory Benefits in Risk Reduction
Single Embryo Transfer in IVF Cycles Reduces Pregnancy Chances, Often Ignores Patients' Desire, and Deprives Them of the Right to Self-Determination without Any Compensatory Benefits in Risk Reduction
2014-07-23 | Research conducted by the Center of Human Reproduction, a world-leading New York fertility center, concludes that automatic single embryo transfer, as is increasingly practiced at IVF centers, deprives patients of their right to self-determination.
Paid Osteoarthritis (OA) Clinical Trial Now Enrolling at Avail Clinical Research Near Orlando, Florida; Accepting M/F Patients with Osteoarthritis Age 35 - 85
Paid Osteoarthritis (OA) Clinical Trial Now Enrolling at Avail Clinical Research Near Orlando, Florida; Accepting M/F Patients with Osteoarthritis Age 35 - 85
2014-07-17 | Avail is conducting a Phase 2, randomized, placebo-controlled clinical research study to evaluate the efficacy, safety and pharmacokinetics of an experimental spray treatment for qualified participants with mild to moderate OA in the knee.
AFYA MEDICAL SYSTEM Announced today that they will be attending the 3rd International Congress on Soldiers' Physical Performance Boston, USA August 18-21 2014 at Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel
AFYA MEDICAL SYSTEM Announced today that they will be attending the 3rd International Congress on Soldiers' Physical Performance Boston, USA August 18-21 2014 at Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel
2014-07-16 | AFYA MEDICAL SYSTEMS, based in San Francisco, CA does advanced remote physiological monitoring.