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West Virginia Optometrists Partner With Sens. Byrd and Rockefeller, U.S. House Leaders in Improving Infant Eye and Vision Care

...s Pasinski 1257 Pineview Dr. 304-599-7034 Moundsville Dr. John Myers 511 Fifth St. 304-845-1560 New Martinsville Dr. neill Marshall 903 3rd Ave. South 304-455-4300 Dr. James Campbell 700 Kevin Dr., Ste. E 304-455-5861 Parkersburg Dr. Jerry Lan...

Mission Pharmacal Celebrates Historic Milestone

...ential to be more effective and better tolerated. Three generations later, neill B. Walsdorf, Jr. carries on the traditions of quality and value established..."We are honored to celebrate 64 years in the pharmaceutical industry," said neill Walsdorf, Jr., president of Mission Pharmacal. "We recognize this achievem...

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

...ir of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Lymphatic Research Foundation. Dr. Rockson, who is the Chief of Consultative Cardiology, the Allan and Tina neill Professor of Lymphatic Research and Medicine, and Director of the Stanford Center for Lymphatic and Venous Disorders, Stanford University School of Me...

32-Year-Old Breast Cancer Survivor, Fashion Model Featured in Benefit Concert 'Music of the Light' at Skirball Cultural Center

...o as a community service in conjunction with Executive Musical Producer, Gina Black, Executive Musical Director, Lou Forestieri, and Musical Director, neill Chambers. Journey's Circle Directors for this event are Robert Robotti, Marilyn Robotti, Dolapo and Jo Asiru. "Together, we all share the sense th...

Evidence found for genes that affect risk of developing Alzheimer's disease

... But other genes are certainly contributing, and they could provide a platform for diagnosis and therapy in the future, says the studys senior author, neill Graff-Radford, M.B.B.Ch., FRCP. Dr. Ertekin-Taner estimates that the impact of these three genes could be as large as APOE4, which is a variant of ...

AWT, Inc. Continues Rapid Expansion in Middle East

...acts have quickly established AWT as a new, growing Company in the region," neill stated. The Company has registered with the Ministry of Health and is in p...th the Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Education and the National Guard. neill continued, "These governmental agencies will give us access to every level ...

A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...hat levels of both AB40 and AB42 varied in people who developed the disease. What they discovered through this analysis, however, surprised them, says neill Graff-Radford, M.D., who heads the ADRC’s Memory Disorder Clinic and has led the work on a blood test designed to predict a person’s risk of developin...

Estrens For Osteoporosis Might Have Adverse effects

...ve bone strength but do not cause cancer, and has important implications for their clinical development. In an accompanying commentary, Ushma S. neill from The Journal of Clinical Investigation discusses the evidence for and against the use of estrens to treat osteoporosis, and concludes that we will...

Withering related to impotence

...rch into plants' response to drought has shown there is a chemical link between the process of drooping in plants and impotence in humans.Dr Steven J. neill and colleagues, from the University of the West of England (UWE) in Bristol, have found that nitric oxide — which facilitates erections in humans — al...
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Mission Pharmacal Launches CitraNatal(R) Assure Prescription Prenatal Vitamin

...ssure provides women with all the prenatal essentials of the CitraNatal line, and also offers increased levels of several vitamins and minerals," said neill Walsdorf, Jr., President of Mission Pharmacal. "Mission Pharmacal is proud to add this unique formulation to the CitraNatal family to offer women ano...
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Festschrift Issue honoring Judah Folkman, M.D. in Lymphatic Research and Biology

...ir of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Lymphatic Research Foundation. Dr. Rockson, who is the Chief of Consultative Cardiology, the Allan and Tina neill Professor of Lymphatic Research and Medicine, and Director of the Stanford Center for Lymphatic and Venous Disorders, Stanford University School of Me...

Entrust Expands Relationship with Slovenia, Implements Second-generation ePassport Solution

...EAC scheme by June 2009. "Slovenia recognized the importance of leveraging a proven EAC ePassport solution that is both scalable and reliable," said neill Duff, Snr. VP and General Manager of EMEA for Entrust. "As a proponent of e-government capabilities, Slovenia continues to partner with Entrust to hel...
Neill in Biological Technology

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

...ir of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Lymphatic Research Foundation. Dr. Rockson, who is the Chief of Consultative Cardiology, the Allan and Tina neill Professor of Lymphatic Research and Medicine, and Director of the Stanford Center for Lymphatic and Venous Disorders, Stanford University School of ...

Pharmos Corporation to Present at the Rodman & Renshaw 5th Annual Global Healthcare Conference

...ern Daylight Time). The conference is taking place May 19-20, 2008 at Le Meridien Beach Plaza Hotel in Monte Carlo, Monaco. In the presentation, Mr. neill will provide an update on the Company's business and product pipeline. A webcast of the presentation will be available and archived for 90 days after ...

Pharmos Corporation Announces Board and Management Changes

...Chairman of the Board S. Colin neill Named President ISELIN, N.J., Jan. 3 /PRNewswire...s Executive Chairman of the Board and Mr. S. Colin neill to serve as President, in addition to his current ...m New York University. S. Colin Neill S. Colin neill who becomes President of the Company, became Senio...

Pharmos Issues Letter to Shareholders

...nsformation of our management team began in November 2005, with the naming of Alan L. Rubino as President & Chief Operating Officer. Since then, Colin neill joined the Company in October 2006 as Chief Financial Officer and Elkan R. Gamzu, Ph.D. joined Pharmos in March 2007 as Chief Executive Officer. The c...
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