Navigation Links
UW-M engineering dean heads for promising medical business

Milwaukee As William D. Gregory, dean of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's school of engineering, leaves his post behind, he has more to look forward to than fewer budget headaches.

Gregory, who is stepping down as dean of UW-M's College of Engineering and Applied Science in June, will retain his job as a tenured professor; but more important, he is looking forward to making......

Full article >>> cess, but a necessary one," he noted. "You're dealing with diagnoses. It's looking good right now. In tissue studies we can identify the cancerous tissue 90 percent of the time. That's compared to mammograms, where [you get] false positives something like 80 percent of the time. We're trying to improve the accuracy of that."

Gregory's son, Chris, co-inventor for one patent that has been i......

Full article >>> ctive that way."

One way in which UW, like most universities, is not particularly proactive is the manner in which it distributes revenues. Put plainly, revenue distribution should match expenses, course by course, so that programs that are more expensive to run receive commensurate funding.

"That doesn't normally happen in universities," William said. "I've been rather vocal abo......

Full article >>>
'"/>

Source:wistechnology.com By Lincoln Brunner 04/06/05


Related biology technology :

1. Biomedical engineering conference invites manufacturers
2. Re-engineering our economy to be sustainable and profitable
3. 3M donates $1.6 million to UW-Madison engineering building
4. Social engineering - Coming to an IT ship near you?
5. UW engineering career fair sees highest attendance in four years
6. Appleton engineering firm gets $250,000 in tax credits to build facility
7. Companies recruiting more UW engineering students
8. Cancer-fighting agent heads for clinical trials
9. Farm Aid celebrates 20-year journey, heads back to Illinois roots
10. The quest for the perfect headset
11. Wisconsins promising bio-refining future wont run on ethanol alone
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:


(Date:6/24/2016)... ... June 24, 2016 , ... While the majority of commercial spectrophotometers and ... and the 6000i models are higher end machines that use the more unconventional z-dimension ... light beam from the bottom of the cuvette holder. , FireflySci has developed ...
(Date:6/23/2016)... , June 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ - FACIT has ... Ontario biotechnology company, Propellon Therapeutics Inc. ... and commercialization of a portfolio of first-in-class WDR5 ... targets such as WDR5 represent an exciting class ... in precision medicine for cancer patients. Substantial advances ...
(Date:6/23/2016)... , June, 23, 2016  The Biodesign Challenge (BDC), ... new ways to harness living systems and biotechnology, announced ... (MoMA) in New York City . ... participating students, showcased projects at MoMA,s Celeste Bartos Theater ... Antonelli , MoMA,s senior curator of architecture and design, ...
(Date:6/23/2016)... LOUISVILLE, Ky. , June 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ ... from two Phase 1 clinical trials of its ... double-blind, placebo-controlled, single and multiple ascending dose studies ... and pharmacodynamics (PD) of subcutaneous injection in healthy ... APL-2 subcutaneously (SC) either as a single dose ...
Breaking Biology Technology:
(Date:5/12/2016)... May 12, 2016 WearablesResearch.com , a ... the overview results from the Q1 wave of its ... wave was consumers, receptivity to a program where they ... a health insurance company. "We were surprised ... says Michael LaColla , CEO of Troubadour Research, ...
(Date:4/28/2016)... April 28, 2016 First quarter 2016:   ... 966% compared with the first quarter of 2015 The ... 589.1 M (loss: 18.8) and the operating margin was 40% (-13) ... Cash flow from operations was SEK 249.9 M (21.2) ... guidance is unchanged, SEK 7,000-8,500 M. The operating margin ...
(Date:4/15/2016)...  A new partnership announced today will help ... in a fraction of the time it takes ... life insurance policies to consumers without requiring inconvenient ... Diagnostics, rapid testing (A1C, Cotinine and HIV) and ... weight, pulse, BMI, and activity data) available at ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):