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Monthly Archives: May 2010
DALLAS, May 30 (UPI) — The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas may have committed Medicare and Medicaid fraud, investigators say.
A bill that would help pave the way for local officials to useproperty tax revenue to build a medical school at UC Riverside ismaking its way through the state Legislature.
Lilly Marks, just appointed to oversee the University of Colorado’s health sciences campus, has been the medical school’s behind-the-scenes financial guru for more than three decades.
I can personally attest to the fact that this administrators hyperbole should not dent your confidence or derail your hopes for the future. Soon to graduate from Columbia College, medical school acceptances in hand, I am, nevertheless, no superman.
Doctors learn how to do their jobs in medical school, partly by working on human cadavers. The bodies are people who chose before their deaths to be donated to medical schools like the University of Toledo Medical Center.
After careers in human resources and business consulting, Marianne Bays is tired of the corporate world. The 57-year-old’s choice for a change: trying to become one of New Jersey’s first legal pot dealers.
University of Colorado president Bruce Benson on Thursday named a new leadership team for the University of Colorado Denver and the Anschutz Medical Campus, a pair of related institutions that face distinct but considerable challenges.
Targeted Genetics Partner Celladon Corporation Reports Positive Phase 2 Clinical Trial Data at Heart Failure …
Targeted Genetics Corporation (Pink Sheets:TGEN) (“Company) announced that its partner, Celladon Corporation, presented full data today that …
Direct-to-consumer genetic tests allow anyone with a few hundred dollars to submit a saliva sample and get back genetic information on everything from family ancestry to Alzheimer’s disease.
An international group of researchers has identified the genetic cause of an inherited condition that causes severe fetal abnormalities.
Tennis ace Leander Paes, in his father Veces words, is a short man playing a tall mans game.
European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology 2010 meeting set for June 27-30 in Rome, Italy
New research findings from fertility experts from Europe, the Americas, Asia & Australasia
The use of DNA evidence in criminal court cases is under the spotlight with state and territory attorneys-general backing a review into collecting and testing procedures.
Nanotechnology can make foods tastier, give them a longer shelf life or add more nutrients but worries that it could damage DNA and pose health risks remain.
MANHATTAN The Medicine Lodge softball team shook off a tough loss Saturday morning in the most pleasing way.
Dr. Coy Fitch split his workday among patients’ bedsides, laboratories and administrative offices. But no matter where he worked, he was always a teacher.
Kensey Nash Corporation (Nasdaq: KNSY), a leading medical technology company that provides innovative resorbable biomaterial technology for a wide range of medical procedures, announced that it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its second … Continue reading
Democratic Assembly candidate receives boost as organizations shift from attacking rival Betsy Butler.
DNA links 24-year-old from West Pullman to strangling deaths The mystery behind the deaths of at least three women on the Far South Side may have been solved after DNA evidence linked their slayings to the same man, police said … Continue reading
BILLINGS – The brochure for “Bodies Human: Anatomy in Motion” beckons, “Take a good look at yourself from the inside out.”