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San Mateo County, California, to Pay U.S. $6.8 Million to Resolve False Claims Allegations

...irmative Civil Enforcement Unit; and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General. Assistant U.S. Attorney Sara winslow handled the matter on behalf of the U.S. Attorney's Office, with the assistance of Legal Assistant Kathy Terry, together with Civil Division attorney ...

PA Governor Rendell Announces $94 Million Investment in Water Infrastructure

...rrently rely on private wells that are contaminated or face frequent water outages from distribution line breaks. Jefferson County winslow Township received a $1.7 million loan and a $759,000 grant to construct more than four miles of water distribution lines and an interconnect to the S...

Certain Tests in ERs Raise Cancer Risk for Some

...average exposure levels of 41 mSV in just the first 24 hours of hospitalization," he said. "And some, certainly, had significantly more than that." winslow noted that over the course of an entire year, a Space Station astronaut will be exposed to 174 mSV. "So, we're talking, potentially, about a big pr...

Osteoporosis – A New Treatmen

... Gerald Crabtree and HHMI predoctoral fellow Monte winslow reports. In vertebrates, bone is constantly be...y as an HHMI predoctoral fellow in Crabtree's lab. winslow is now working as a postdoctoral fellow in the lab...asts influenced both osteoblasts and osteoclasts,’ winslow said. The researchers found that mice that sh...

Wearing High Heels May Be Dangerous To Health

...vines a strong connection. He modestly implies that he is not the first to do so. In the year 1740, he writes, "the Danish-French anatomist Jakob winslow warned against the wearing of heeled shoes, expecting it to be the cause of certain infirmities which appear not to have any relation to it". Fle...
Winslow in Medical Technology

Sangart Completes Enrollment in Phase III Study of Its Novel Blood Substitute Hemospan

...obert Winslow, a world-renowned authority in the field of oxygen transport, founded Sangart in 1998. In the two decades prior to founding Sangart, Dr. winslow and his colleagues studied and defined mechanisms of oxygen transport by cell-free hemoglobin solutions, funded by competitive grants from the Nationa...

Independent Data Safety Monitoring Board Recommends Continuation of Sangart's Pivotal Phase III Trials of Hemospan(R) Following Second Interim Review

...obert Winslow, a world-renowned authority in the field of oxygen transport, founded Sangart in 1998. In the two decades prior to founding Sangart, Dr. winslow and his colleagues studied and defined mechanisms of oxygen transport by cell-free hemoglobin solutions, funded by competitive grants from the Nationa...

Sangart, Inc. Initiates Dosing in Phase II Study of Hemospan(R) in Chronic Critical Limb Ischemia

...obert Winslow, a world-renowned authority in the field of oxygen transport, founded Sangart in 1998. In the two decades prior to founding Sangart, Dr. winslow and his colleagues studied and defined mechanisms of oxygen transport by cell-free hemoglobin solutions, funded by competitive grants from the Nationa...
Winslow in Biological News

$2 million computer will help unravel major medical ailments

...eserved for it, and the computer will fill it up," winslow said. A vendor for the computer has not yet been s...ted with the Institute for Computational Medicine. winslow predicts that it will also serve perhaps 100 other... process in more complex and more detailed models, winslow said. The Johns Hopkins computer award was par...

The American Society of Plant Biologists announces 2007 awards

... Boss; North Carolina State University; John Boyer, University of Delaware; winslow Briggs, Carnegie Institution of Washington; Bob Buchanan, University of Cal...rson in recognition of outstanding service to the science of plant biology. winslow R. Briggs, Carnegie Institution of Washington received the 2007 Gude Award ...
Winslow in Biological Technology

Northwestern chemist investigates lost reds in Homer painting

...re about treasures in the Art Institute of Chicago's collection -- including a watercolor recently featured in the museum's exhibition "Watercolors by winslow Homer: The Color of Light." In Homer's watercolor "For to be a Farmer's Boy," painted in 1887, some of the red and yellow pigments have faded in th...

Sangart, Inc. Completes Enrollment in Second Phase III Study of Hemospan, a Novel Oxygen Transport Agent

...obert Winslow, a world-renowned authority in the field of oxygen transport, founded Sangart in 1998. In the two decades prior to founding Sangart, Dr. winslow and his colleagues studied and defined mechanisms of oxygen transport by cell-free hemoglobin solutions, funded by competitive grants from the Nationa...

Independent Data Safety Monitoring Board Recommends Continuation of Sangart's Pivotal Phase III Trials of Hemospan(R)

...obert Winslow, a world-renowned authority in the field of oxygen transport, founded Sangart in 1998. In the two decades prior to founding Sangart, Dr. winslow and his colleagues studied and defined mechanisms of oxygen transport by cell-free hemoglobin solutions, funded by competitive grants from the Nationa...

Human networks: an antidote to process ideology

...ing as designed or wasnt designed properly in the first place. Fix the process and you solve the problem. If you believe this, the spirit of Frederick winslow Taylor lives within you. But there is more to business and organizations than organizational charts, process maps, work flows and decision diagrams...

Banquet will recognize tech, innovation grant awardees

... an SBIR/STTR and technology transfer workshop. The workshop will focus on SBIR/STTR funding opportunities. The keynote speaker at the banquet will be winslow Sargeant, former National Science Foundation SBIR program manager. Both events are part of the Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium, a training event fo...

Winslow Sargeant: Stepping onto the train called Wisconsin - Part 1

... winslow Sargeant In 1975, I was a sophomore at Nauset Reg...ing of black kids to white schools and vice versa. winslow didn't need to hear the stories on the radio. He w...in Thursday's newsletter: Part 2 of our profile of winslow Sargeant. Also, Sargeant's tips on getting SBIR g...

Winslow Sargeant: Stepping onto the train called Wisconsin - Part 2

...is Part 2 of a two part interview. Read Part 1 . winslow Sargeants combination of academic, commercial and ... succeed at anything, tenacity is essential. winslow Sargeant Madison is far removed from the place Sa...Fierce riots between blacks and whites ensued, and winslow and his siblings were caught in the crossfire. ...
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