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Alan Weinstein Joins the Board of Directors at MEDmarketplace.com

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla., April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- MEDmarketplace.com announced today that Mr. Alan Weinstein has become a member of its Board of Directors. MEDmarketplace.com, headquartered in Florida, provides a web-based marketplace for buying and selling surplus hospital equipment and medical...

ANDRES F. ALONSO, ESQ., a Partner in the Law Firm of PARKER WAICHMAN ALONSO LLP, Was Appointed Co-Lead Counsel to the Plaintiffs' Steering Committee in the Denture Cream Products Liability Litigation, MDL 2051

...' Steering Committee in the Denture Cream Products Liability Litigation, Andres F. Alonso Esq., a partner in Parker Waichman Alonso LLP, and Scott Wm. weinstein Esq., a partner in Morgan & Morgan P.A. Co-Lead Counsel's responsibility is to represent the interests of all plaintiffs who have alleged...

National Minority Quality Forum to Release Groundbreaking National HIV/AIDS Atlas

...ONFERENCE - HIV/AIDS ATLAS RELEASE WHO: Gary Puckrein , PhD, President and Chief Executive Officer, National Minority Quality Forum Michael weinstein , President, AIDS Healthcare Foundation Patrick Sullivan , PhD, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, Emory University Sean Cleary , PhD, Assoc...

PHOENIX-AHF/Magic Johnson HIV Testing Caravan & Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS to Host Free HIV Testing Event at 'Off Chute Too'

... about HIV testing, prevention and treatment through specific testing events and community outreach in cities and states along the way," said Michael weinstein , President of AIDS Healthcare Foundation. "As a result, AHF partnered with respected local AIDS and community groups in Phoenix, Albuquerque, Housto...

Blair Underwood to Kick off AHF's U.S. HIV Testing Caravan, Monday June 8th, 11:00 AM (PST)

... Who: Blair Underwood, Actor/AIDS Advocate and Activist Michael weinstein , AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) President Cynthia Davis , Assistant...s and community outreach in cities and states along the way," said Michael weinstein , President of AIDS Healthcare Foundation. "As a result, AHF partnered wit...

'AIDS is DC's Katrina' Ad Challenges Obama to Act on U.S. Epidemic

...mation, +1.877.411.9748 participant code #7931503 WHO: Michael weinstein , AIDS Healthcare Foundation President; Tom Myers , AIDS Healthcare Founda...rence -- and the failure of our U.S. HIV prevention efforts," said Michael weinstein , President of AIDS Healthcare Foundation. "The fact that Washington DC's H...

Back to normal: Surgery improves outcomes for spine patients

... at Dartmouth Medical School and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Dr. weinstein and his colleagues collected data from 607 men and women diagnosed with spo...make their decisions about taking an operative vs. non-operative approach," weinstein said. Prior to completion of the study, SPORT looked at the three most co...

Victory! Colombian Government Cuts Price of Abbott's Lifesaving AIDS Drug Kaletra 55%, Says AHF

...week. "In our protests in the three countries in January, we pressed Abbott to reduce the price of Kaletra in Colombia and Mexico," said Michael weinstein , AIDS Healthcare Foundation President. "The lives of people living with--and dying from--HIV/AIDS in Colombia and Mexico are just as important as th...

Budget: Obama Retreats on Global AIDS, Says AHF

...funding for the global fight against AIDS, than he is now -- as leader of the free world -- proposing in his 2010 budget," said AHF President Michael weinstein . "Under President Bush, the last Congress, including then-Senator Obama, allocated $48 billion for PEPFAR over the next five years; roughly $9.6 bi...

'Routine HIV Screening Coverage Act' (Waters, D, CA) a 'Crucial Linchpin to Health Care Reform,' says AHF

... set forth by the CDC back in 2006 and the bureaucratic buck passing by the nation's health care insurers that has happened since then," said Michael weinstein , President of AIDS Healthcare Foundation. "Nearly three years after the CDC first recommended the routine testing of all individuals ages 13-64 in al...
Weinstein in Medical Technology

Back to Normal: Surgery Improves Outcomes for Spine Patients

... Dartmouth Medical School and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Dr. weinstein and his colleagues collected data from 607 men and women diagnosed with spo...make their decisions about taking an operative vs. non-operative approach," weinstein said. Prior to completion of the study, SPORT looked at the three most...
Weinstein in Biological News

UF makes gene therapy advance in severe genetic disorder

...s old. "The success is beyond what I would have imagined at this stage," weinstein said. "To have a dog off treatment for 14 months that is clinically doing g...for now would like to test gene therapy in dogs again within the next year, weinstein said. "This is very exciting work and holds great promise for treatment ...

Civil engineers name NJIT's John Schuring Educator of Year

... Award to John Schuring, Stabile Professor for Innovation and Technology at NJIT. (ATTENTION MEDIA: To interview Schuring as an expert, contact Sheryl weinstein at 973-596-3436.) Schuring, of Blairstown, a professor of civil and environmental engineering, has 35 years of experience in the areas of geotechn...

Civil engineers name NJIT's John Schuring Educator of Year Award

... Award to John Schuring, Stabile Professor for Innovation and Technology at NJIT. (ATTENTION MEDIA: To interview Schuring as an expert, contact Sheryl weinstein at 973-596-3436.) Schuring, of Blairstown, a professor of civil and environmental engineering, has 35 years of experience in the areas of geotechn...

N.Y. research team discovers how antidepressants and cocaine interact with brain cell targets

...nd stop the transport mechanism, leaving the messenger molecule outside the cell. The second team of researchers, involving a collaboration of the weinstein and Javitch labs with colleagues in Denmark (the labs of Ulrik Gether and Claus Loland), found that in the human dopamine transporter cocaine binds in...

Cell Press announces new partnership with the Biophysical Society

... government agencies throughout the world. In considering the importance of this new partnership for the Biophysical Society, its new President, Harel weinstein emphasizes that: The Biophysical Societys Council approved this development unanimously because it will help us strengthen the core missions of the So...

Academy honors 13 for major contributions to science

...ersity, Cambridge, Mass., "for groundbreaking work relating to Seiberg-Witten and Gromov-Witten invariants of symplectic 4-manifolds, and his proof of weinstein conjecture for all contact 3-manifolds." The medal was established by the American Mathematical Society and has been awarded since 1988. NATIONAL ...

Council to honor NJIT SmartPin

... a restaurant at 300 North Maple Ave., Basking Ridge. (ATTENTION EDITORS: For more information about interviews or to attend the event, call Sheryl weinstein at 973-596-3433.) Using our invention, these smaller firms can carry out a range of genomic and/or chemical analyses rapidly and at a low cost, ...

Boosting HIV screening can increase survival and is cost effective

...of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Other authors on the study included Milton C. weinstein and George R. Seage III of Harvard School of Public Health; Kenneth A. Freedberg of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard School of Public Healt...
Weinstein in Biological Technology

L&M Healthcare Communications LLC Expands Client Services With Executive Team Expansion

... full-service medical education company, today announced the hiring of Todd weinstein as Vice President, Business Development. weinstein will leverage his experience in medical education and publishing as the hea...

A Screen of shRNAs Targeting Tumor Suppressor Genes to Identify Factors Involved in Paclitaxel Sensitivity

... Diana Ji, Stacy L. Deeds, and Edward J. weinstein RNA interference methodologies have been utilized in small to large scale screening projects. The technology has allowed rese...

RNA Interference and Gene Silencing: History and Overview

... T. (2001) Identification of novel genes coding for small expressed RNAs. Science 294 :853-858. Lau NC, Lim LP, weinstein EG, and Bartel DP. (2001) An abundant class of tiny RNAs with probable regulatory roles in Caenorhabditis elegans . Science ...
Weinstein in Biological Dictionary

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