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OWATER Invites Inspirational Athletes to Share Their Stories on Sports Drink Labels

...lifornia; Chris Warner, an accomplished climber from Baltimore; Mark Jenkins, a fitness trainer who trains some of the music industry's biggest stars; jarrod Shoemaker, an Olympic tri-athlete from Boston; Rachel Mickelson, a cyclist and physical education teacher from California; Devon Haskell, a cyclocross...
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Research Attributes Lack of HIV/AIDS Vaccine to Use of Chimpanzees

...their previous failings. Other scientists doubt that a return to their use would lead to likely success. According to the paper's author, geneticist jarrod Bailey, Ph.D., Science Director for Project R&R: Release and Restitution for Chimpanzees in U.S. Laboratories: "At a cost of billions of dollars, most...
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Cross kingdom conflicts on a beetle's back

... present in the tree. But the precise means by which they interact with fungal microbes has never been demonstrated. Currie and research assistant jarrod Scott discovered that the beetle carries a bacteria in a specialized compartment, and after a series of experiments found that the bacteria produced a...

Wielding microbe against microbe, beetle defends its food source

...ctinomycetes are likely very attractive in these situations because of their potent antibiotic-producing abilities," says UW-Madison graduate student, jarrod Scott, who works with Currie. "In much the same way that we recognize the power of these microorganisms, I think other organisms, in an evolutionary s...
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Kendle Names Jarrod Pontius Chief Legal Officer

CINCINNATI, June 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Kendle (Nasdaq: KNDL ), a leading, global full-service clinical research organization, today announced the appointment of Jarrod Pontius to the position of Chief Legal Officer. In this role, Pontius will provide global leadership for all legal servi...

Kendle Realigns C-Suite Leadership to Drive Increased Innovation, Productivity and Organizational Efficiency

...fective immediately. Additional moves to enhance key strategic roles within the Company's C-suite in recent months include the appointments of jarrod Pontius as Vice President, Chief Legal Officer and Secretary and the appointment of Keith Cheesman as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Office...

Kendle Appoints Stephen Cutler, PhD Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

...fective immediately. Additional moves to enhance key strategic roles within the Company's C-suite in recent months include the appointments of jarrod Pontius as Vice President, Chief Legal Officer and Secretary and the appointment of Keith Cheesman as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Office...

Genome Technology Magazine Names Top Young Investigators of 2007

...ersity Heng Zhu, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Massachusetts Martha Bulyk, Harvard University Farren Isaacs, Harvard Medical School jarrod Marto, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Aviv Regev, Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT Pardis Sabeti, Harvard University Michigan Anuj Kumar,...
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