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Monthly Archives: March 2010
I was reading a very professional article in the Boston Globe (I emphasize “professional” because so often these articles are not) that details the impact of nanotechnology innovation in Massachusetts when I stopped to consider why it is that people … Continue reading
Virginia Tech professor receives NSF CAREER award for research on cancer therapies using nanotechnology (News-Medical-Net)
Preliminary research on cancer treatments using nanotechnology and laser therapy has led to a National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award for Marissa Nichole Rylander, Virginia Tech assistant professor jointly appointed in the Department of Mechanical Engineering … Continue reading
CHICAGO, March 30 (UPI) — The American Medical Association says it has become the exclusive publisher and distributor of the Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness journal.
HENDERSONVILLE — The Western North Carolina Alliance, in conjunction with other Henderson County organizations, was able to safely dispose of 87,105 pills in March when Henderson County participated in “Operation Medicine Drop.”
Blue Jay Consulting and the Emergency Medicine Foundation Announce the 2010 Emergency Department Director of the Year … (redOrbit)
ORLANDO, Fla., March 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Blue Jay Consulting and the Emergency Medicine Foundation announced today that Dr. Rex G.
By: Jessica Van Berkel At the University of Minnesota’s St. Paul campus, alongside acres of agricultural research land, a small group of students work with Native American plants, medicine and culture. Native American medicine gardens, which include herbs for making … Continue reading
Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland Adopts Aushon Arrayer for Cell-Screening Program (GenomeWeb News)
The Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland , or FIMM, will launch a cell microarray screening research program that uses Aushon BioSystems’ 2470 Arrayer, Aushon said last week.
HELENA, Mont. – Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer is still moving forward with his plan to import cheaper medicine from Canada, despite promises made in the health care reform recently passed by fellow Democrats in Washington D.C.
2010 WHL Playoffs Live on SHAW – Round 2: Calgary Hitmen vs. Medicine Hat Tigers (OurSports Central)
CALGARY, AB – WHL Commissioner Ron Robison and SHAW Communications announced today that the entire 2010 Husky WHL Eastern Conference Semi Final best-of-seven series between the Calgary Hitmen and Medicine Hat Tigers will be televised LIVE on SHAW and SHAW … Continue reading
More than 900 packs of a potentially dangerous traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) are currently on the UK market despite warnings issued by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
More than 900 packs of a potentially dangerous traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) are currently on the UK market despite warnings issued by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). The unlicensed herbal product Jingzhi Kesou Tan Chuan Wan was … Continue reading
By: Lauren Greenwood The first Sacramento medical technology showcase honored one of Sacramento State’s professors with an award for medical technology innovation and provided internship opportunities for students….
CAE Healthcare Acquires Immersion Medical Simulation Product Lines and Licenses TouchSense Technology (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
MONTREAL & SAN JOSE, Calif.—-CAE Healthcare, a division of CAE , and Immersion , a leading innovator of haptic technology, today announced that CAE Healthcare has acquired part of Immersion’s medical simulation business unit.
‘Fiber’ could help University of Michigan research and patient care, says medical school dean (The Ann Arbor News)
James Woolliscroft is the dean of the U-M Medical School. Getting the Internet speeds promised by the Google Fiber project could decrease limitations in medical school research and online collaborations that are now slowed by commercially available bandwidth, the University……
One of the founders of the University of Oklahoma’s internal medicine department was appointed dean of the OU School of Community Medicine last week by the OU regents.
Trade press release: CAE Healthcare acquires Immersion medical simulation product lines and licenses TouchSense … (Marketwire via Yahoo! Finance)
MONTREAL, CANADA and SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA–(Marketwire – 03/30/10) – CAE Healthcare, a division of CAE (NYSE: CAE – News ) (TSX: CAE – News ), and Immersion (NASDAQ: IMMR – News ), a leading innovator of haptic (touch feedback) technology, … Continue reading
Used to be paying the doctor’s bills was a key source of dramatic tension on medical dramas. So how will the shows cope under Obama’s new law?
( UT Southwestern Medical Center ) Mariam El-Ashmawy, a student enrolled in UT Southwestern Medical Center’s prestigious Medical Scientist Training Program, has been awarded a 2010 Gilliam Fellowship for Advanced Study from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
WASHINGTON, March 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA), the leading association representing the manufacturers, innovators and developers of medical imaging and radiation therapy systems, today said it is supportive of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) … Continue reading
Advocate Physician Partners To Enhance Clinical Integration Program With EClinicalWorks’ Electronic Medical Records … (Medical News Today)
In its continuing efforts to enhance patient outcomes and create efficiency in a challenging economic and regulatory climate, Advocate Physician Partners (APP), has added the power of an electronic medical record (EMR) system to its award-winning Clinical Integration (CI) Program. … Continue reading