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Otonomy Introduces Scientific Advisory Board

... & Neck Surgery and Molecular & Cellular physiology at Stanford University School of Medicine. He ... ear damage. Dr. Liberman received his Ph.D. in physiology from Harvard Medical School . He is a member of ... He is the leading expert in inner ear fluid physiology with research focused on the study of drug ...

AstraZeneca Nobel Medicine Initiative to Increase Interest in the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

... of the Nobel Laureates within the fields of physiology or Medicine and to further explain the benefits ... to learn directly from Nobel Laureates in physiology or Medicine by combining live lecture events, ... about the achievements behind the Nobel Prize in physiology or Medicine," said Alf A. Lindberg, Chief ...

Researchers develop new model for cystic fibrosis

... more about this disease, however, differences in physiology and biology mean that mice with CF mutations do ... UI professor of internal medicine and molecular physiology and biophysics, who holds the Roy J. Carver Chair of Internal Medicine and physiology and Biophysics. Welsh also is a Howard Hughes ...

Fate Therapeutics Taps Successful Biotech CEOs Paul Grayson and John Mendlein for Leadership Team

... of the role of adult stem cells in human physiology and disease. Both are seasoned executives ... our drugs will potentially interact with human physiology in a better, safer fashion." Paul Grayson was ... and patents. Mendlein earned his Ph.D. in physiology and biophysics from the University of California, ...

Thomson Scientific Salutes Nobel Laureate Prize Winners, Many of Whom Were Selected as Thomson Scientific Laureates in 2006

... four Nobel Prize category winners this year -- in physiology or Medicine, and in Physics. This year's physiology or Medicine award winners Mario R. Capecchi, ... by the Nobel Committee. In each of four areas -- physiology or Medicine, Physics, Chemistry, and Economics -- ...

New Cellular Bioenergetics Workshops Series Inaugurated by Seahorse Bioscience with Two of the World's Leading Bioenergetics Researchers

... Workshop Leaders Dr. David Nicholls is Professor of Mitochondria physiology the Buck Institute for Age Research specializing in mitochondrial ... insightful research that has kept him at the forefront of mitochondrial physiology his entire career. Most recently he has focused on studying bioenergetics ...

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... without limitation, statements relating to the role of microRNAs in human physiology and disease, the potential of microRNAs in the development of therapeutics ... without limitation, statements relating to the role of microRNAs in human physiology and disease, the potential of microRNAs in the development of therapeutics ...

Nobel Award in Medicine Holds Strong Messsage for Animal Activists

... 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The announcement of the 2007 Nobel Prize in physiology or Medicine underscores the importance of laboratory animals in biomedical ... over many years to come." Well over two-thirds of the Nobel Prizes in physiology or Medicine have been awarded for research that has relied, at least in ...

Biotech Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

... Varmus and J. Michael Bishop Co-recipients of the 1989 Nobel Prize in physiology or Medicine for their discovery of the cellular origins of retroviral ... Z. Fire and Craig C. Mello Co-recipients of the 2006 Nobel Prize in physiology or Medicine for their discovery of RNA interference -- gene silencing ...

Solace Pharmaceuticals Appoints Professor David Julius, Renowned Pain Physiologist, to Scientific Advisory Board

... company discovering and developing innovative treatments for pain, announced that David Julius, PhD, professor and chair of the department of physiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a leading pioneer in the pathophysiology of pain, has joined Solace's scientific advisory board. ...

Sirnaomics Receives SBIR Grant from NIH/NCI for Its Multi-Targeted Lung Cancer siRNA Therapeutics

... of RNAi have spurred the exploration of gene function in basic research, drug discovery and clinical settings. The 2006 Nobel Prize for medicine and physiology and a number of corporate acquisitions and investments by Novartis, Merck, AstraZeneca, Roche and Takeda have injected billions of dollars into this ...

AEterna Zentaris: New Data Published on its Ghrelin Antagonist Compound, AEZS-123 (JMV2959), Supports its Use in Alcohol Addiction

... who synthesized the tested compound AEZS-123 at the Institut des biomolecules Max Mousseron, Montpellier, France. Suzanne Dickson, Professor of physiology and a leading expert in appetite regulation said, "Ghrelin's action in the brain may be of importance for several addictions, including chemical ...

Video: Axel Ullrich Named Winner of 2009 Dr. Paul Janssen Award for Biomedical Research

... Molecular Medicine, University of Massachusetts Medical School and investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute; winner, 2006 Nobel Laureate in physiology or Medicine; winner, 2006 Dr. Paul Janssen Award for Biomedical Research (United States) Hartmut Michel, Ph.D., director, Department of ...

Nobel Laureate Lee Hartwell to Retire as President and Director of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in 2010

... today announced that its president and director, Lee Hartwell, Ph.D., plans to retire in June 2010. Hartwell, a recipient of the 2001 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine, has been president and director of the Hutchinson Center since 1997. "It's time," Hartwell said. "I have been president and ...

Environmental Tectonics Corporation's BioMedical Division to Exhibit at Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society Meeting

... Meeting. UHMS is an international, non-profit organization and is the primary source of scientific information for diving and hyperbaric medicine physiology worldwide. The 2009 Annual UHMS meeting will be held June 25-27 in Las Vegas, NV, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. The UHMS meeting is ...

Ten Top Latin American Scientists Named 2009 Pew Fellows in the Biomedical Sciences

... national advisory committee, chaired by Dr. Torsten N. Wiesel, president emeritus of Rockefeller University and a 1981 Nobel laureate in physiology or medicine. The 2009 Pew Latin American Fellows in the Biomedical Sciences are: Argentina Diego Ezequiel Alvarez, ....

Assessment of safety and efficacy of human embryonic stem cell therapy

... (OHSU) headed by Dr. Raymond Lund. Dr. Lund, co-senior author of the paper, is widely considered one of the world's foremost experts in retinal cell physiology and vision restoration. RPE from different hESC lines were tested in the RCS rat, an animal in which vision deteriorates over several months due to ...

Cequent Names F. Stephen Laroux, Ph.D., Director, Immunology and Inflammatory Diseases

... and myocardial infarction, co-authoring more than 40 publications in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Laroux received a Ph.D. in molecular and cellular physiology (Chancellor's Award) and a master's degree in human physiology, both from Louisiana State University . About Cequent Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ...

Orexigen(R) Therapeutics Announces Jay Hagan as Senior Vice President, Corporate Development and Strategy

... five years in the bioengineering labs at Genzyme and Advanced Tissue Sciences. He received an M.B.A. at Northeastern University and a B.S. in physiology and Neuroscience from the University of California, San Diego . About Orexigen Therapeutics Orexigen Therapeutics, Inc. is a ...

The first DFG research centers to be funded for another 4 years

... the DFG also funds three other Research Centres: The "Matheon Mathematics for Key Technologies" Research Centre in Berlin and the "Molecular physiology of the Brain" Research Centre in Gttingen were established in 2002 and, following their first positive intermediate evaluation in 2006, will again be ...

Divergence Receives $1.2 Million in Grants, Including NSF Grant to Fund Continuing Nematode Research in Corn

... inception in 1999. Dr. Craig Mello, a member of Divergence's Scientific Advisory Board since 2000, was the co-recipient of the 2006 Nobel Prize in physiology or Medicine for the discovery of RNAi. "Our project's findings could lead to corn yield increases in the field as well as improvement in the ...

Life sticks: UC San Diego bioengineer's sticky insights published in journal Science

... properties of their environment." Engler published his findings in 2006 in the high profile journal Cell and in the American Journal of physiology . (Read New Scientist's description of Engler's findings.) One idea for improving such cell-based therapies, according to Engler, could involve ...

New Discoveries on a Fingertip Test for Screening Silent Heart Disease Promising Results of Recent Clinical Studies to be Presented during the 2009 American College of Cardiology Conference, March 29th - April 1st in Orlando

... said Dr. Craig Hartley, a Professor of Cardiovascular Sciences at Baylor College of Medicine. "Many of us were skeptical too, but the physiology for evaluating vascular reactivity is well established, and the preliminary data clearly show the potential of the method." Researchers at ...

Catalyst Biosciences Expands Scientific Advisory Board With Leading Experts in Protease Therapeutic Discovery and Development

... Harvard Medical School . He received his undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences at Juniata College and received his Ph.D. in Cardiovascular physiology at Thomas Jefferson Medical School in 1988. He moved to the University of California at Davis for postdoctoral training in the Division of ...

Bio-Matrix Scientific Group Announces New Hires to Management Team

... South University Xiag-Ya School of Medicine, Changsha, China, along with a M.S. Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and a Ph.D. Hematology & physiology from the same institution. Dr. Lin's research work has been widely published in international scientific journals. Marilyn Panahi brings more ...

Global Biopharmaceutical Leader in Peptide Research Expands Commitment in San Diego/U.S. With New R&D Facility and Ready-To-Market Prostate Cancer Treatment Degarelix

... Roger Guillemin; Chair and Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine at Columbia University , Professor Donald Landry; Dean and Professor of physiology and Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine , Professor Michael Rosenblatt; representatives from the City of San Diego; and, members of the ...

Cordex Pharma Forms Heart Failure Medical Advisory Board

... Other members of the Medical Advisory Board include: Wilson S. Colucci, M.D., is the Thomas J. Ryan Professor of Medicine and Professor of physiology at Boston University School of Medicine . He is also the Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine, Director of the Myocardial Biology Unit, Director of the ...

Rosetta Genomics and Collaborators Unveil Colon Cancer Screening Diagnostic; Identified Candidate MicroRNA Biomarkers in Serum

... concerning Rosetta's future expectations, plans and prospects, including without limitation, statements relating to the role of microRNAs in human physiology and disease, the potential of microRNAs in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, and the success and timing of the miRscreen(TM) colon diagnostic ...

Rosetta Genomics Announces Exclusive Distribution Agreement With Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.

... concerning Rosetta's future expectations, plans and prospects, including without limitation, statements relating to the role of microRNAs in human physiology and disease, the potential of microRNAs in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, the expected timing of submission for approval and launch of ...

Festschrift Issue Honoring Judah Folkman, M.D. in Lymphatic Research and Biology

... research derives from a variety of investigative disciplines, including genetics, biochemistry and biophysics, cellular and molecular biology, physiology and pharmacology, anatomy, developmental biology, and pathology. A complete table of contents and free sample issue may be viewed online at ...

Rosetta Genomics Announces Commercial Availability of Its Third MicroRNA-Based Diagnostic Test: miRview(TM) meso

... concerning Rosetta's future expectations, plans and prospects, including without limitation, statements relating to the role of microRNAs in human physiology and disease, the potential of microRNAs in the diagnosis and treatment of disease and the timing of introduction of additional microRNA-based ...

WellCentive Launches New Health Information Exchange Platforms

... physician notes, lab results, radiology reports and PACS images, as well as nuclear medicine, vascular, cardiology, pulmonary, physiology and other reports. Insurance companies and hospitals are also able to utilize WellCentive Connect to streamline IT operations. By ...

Rosetta Genomics to Webcast Panel Presentation at RBC Capital Markets 2008 Healthcare Conference

... concerning Rosetta's future expectations, plans and prospects, including without limitation, statements relating to the role of microRNAs in human physiology and disease, the potential of microRNAs in the diagnosis and treatment of disease and the expected timing of submission for approval and launch of ...

Rosetta Genomics Reports Third Quarter 2008 Financial Results; Records First Revenues of $705,000; $7.4 Million Added to Available Cash Due to Repurchase of ARS

... concerning Rosetta's future expectations, plans and prospects, including without limitation, statements relating to the role of microRNAs in human physiology and disease, the potential of microRNAs in the development of therapeutics and diagnostic products, the progress and timing of our diagnostic and ...

GEN Reports Growing Focus on PI3-Kinase Pathway in Cancer Research

... enzyme that drives tumor survival signals. Investigators at the University of London are exploring the role of PI3-kinase isoforms in normal physiology and disease. A team led by Dr. Bart Vanhaesebroeck isolated the PI3-kinase genes in various mammals and developed models to better understand gene ...

Applied Biosystems SOLiD System Named Life Science Innovation of the Year : The Scientist Magazine Cites the Technology's High Throughput, Lower Sequencing Cost, and Rapid Technology Innovation for Unlocking New Approaches to Clinical Research

... the way to a whole genome sequence that would take weeks and cost roughly $10,000," said David Piston, Ph.D., a renowned professor of molecular physiology & biophysics at Vanderbilt University, who was one of the members of the panel of judges for the Life Science Innovation of the Year Award. ...

EMD Serono Launches Landmark Patient Registry for Egg Freezing

... techniques and only four of these children (0.8%) had a genetic abnormality. This success is due, in large part, to a better understanding of the physiology of eggs as well as advancements leading to improved freezing technologies. The HOPE Registry will help support the goals of the ASRM's Practice ...

Rosetta Genomics to Present at the American Association of Cancer Research (AACR) Centennial Conference

... concerning Rosetta's future expectations, plans and prospects, including without limitation, statements relating to the role of microRNAs in human physiology and disease, the potential of microRNAs in the diagnosis and treatment of disease and the expected timing of submission for approval and launch of ...

Rosetta Genomics to Present at Oppenheimer's 19th Annual Healthcare Conference

... concerning Rosetta's future expectations, plans and prospects, including without limitation, statements relating to the role of microRNAs in human physiology and disease, the potential of microRNAs in the diagnosis and treatment of disease and the expected timing of submission for approval and launch of ...
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