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Lifelike Robot Provides Innovative Rehabilitation Treatment for Patients

...ss of using robotic devices for patient rehabilitation, including increased cognitive responses and enhanced motor skills. "The 3.5 pound robotic dino is easy to lift and has been particularly helpful in improving the strength and dexterity of patients without making the exercise feel like therapy," ...

A New Way of Looking at HIV/AIDS

...ation with Crossroads Cultural Center, AVSI (Association of Volunteers for International Service), Radius, a student organization C O N T A C T: dino D'Agata ( dagata.dino@gmail.com " target="_new"> dagata.dino@gmail.com ) (Phone: 240-498-6417) ...

GlaxoSmithKline and Dynavax Announce Worldwide Strategic Alliance : – Developing First-in-Class Endosomal TLR Inhibitors for Autoimmune and Inflammatory Diseases –

...eumatoid arthritis. "Our alliance with GSK provides an opportunity to create an entirely new product franchise for Dynavax," commented dino Dina, M.D., President and Chief Executive Officer of Dynavax. "Our TLR inhibitors have the potential to create significant value for our newest c...

Ballyhoo to Lead and Launch Affiliate Marketing Program for iNutrition.com

...0 people have already signed up for information on the iNutrition opportunity and its all natural products at http://www.inutritionopportunity.com dino Price, CEO of Ballyhoo, said "We believe that iNutrition's all natural products are exactly what the affiliate marketing community is searching for in...

Exploitation of Residents at Wasserstein and Lazard-linked Senior Care Facilities Exposed

...ilable upon request. The film, titled "Gouging Grandma: Billionaire Bruce Wasserstein," follows Robin Berson, the daughter of an Atria resident, and dino Vallenes, a maintenance worker at an Atria facility, as they travel to Bermuda to speak out at Lazard Ltd.'s annual shareholder meeting. "Lazard can...

Humor plays an important role in healthcare even when patients are terminally ill

...d with. Staff in the intensive care unit told researchers how they paralleled what was happening to one patient by using an inflatable dinosaur called dino and putting him through the same interventions. He became a symbol of their dissatisfaction with the situation. To connect with patients and make t...

First Pharmaceutical Company Comes to Hoboken, NJ: Swiss-Based Octapharma to Move U.S. Headquarters to SJP Properties Waterfront Corporate Center II

... dino Mattessich Brokers 15,204 Square Foot Lease at Class-A Office Tower HOBOK...he River Street office tower, which sits on the edge of the Hudson River. dino M. Mattessich, who recently joined Jones Lang LaSalle's Parsippany office a...

Dynavax and Merck & Co., Inc. Announce Partnership to Develop HEPLISAV(TM), an Investigational Hepatitis B Vaccine Currently in Phase 3

...V. "Based on the clinical profile demonstrated by HEPLISAV, we believe that this vaccine could represent an important advancement in the field," said dino Dina, chief executive officer and president of Dynavax. "In clinical trials to date, it has conferred immunogenicity after only two doses while retain...

Dynavax to Present at Bear Stearns 20th Annual Healthcare Conference

... BERKELEY, Calif., Sept. 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Dynavax Technologies Corporation (Nasdaq: DVAX ) announced today Dr. dino Dina, President and Chief Executive Officer, will present an overview of the company at the Bear Stearns 20th Annual Healthcare Conference in New York...

Make Medicines Affordable: Jamir Urges Pharma Companies

...lity health services and it was therefore necessary to raise the standards of health care system in the country., Croatian Ambassador to India, Mr dino Debelijuh, who was present on the occasion, thanked the Goan government for the support extended to the project. Ms Zdravka Kneazevic, Pliva’s...
Dino in Biological Technology

Dynavax Issued Landmark Patent Covering Second-Generation TLR9 Agonists

...t No. 7,255,868 B2, was issued August 14, 2007 with inventors Karen Fearon, dino Dina, M.D., and Stephen Tuck. According to dino Dina, M.D., President and Chief Executive Officer, "We developed the second...

Invitrogen to buy Norwegian biotech with operations in Brown Deer

...ence of a high-field-strength magnet, and this technology then was used for the technology of isolating cells, pulling out macro/micro peptides," said dino DiCamillo, president of Dynal Biotech LLC, Dynals American subsidiary. "It then moved into tissue typing, which is the process used in tissue-donation...
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