Clinical pathology

Senior SCSU named in AT&T “Dream in Black” program | Local

When Te’Dajia Davenport’s grandmother, Vivian Hoover, saw a TV spot on AT & T’s “Dream in Black Rising Future Makers”, she encouraged the South Carolina State University senior to apply. . “I probably did my video 15 times before I got it right,” Davenport said. “I was tripping over my …

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Avoiding Resistance Triggers: New Antimicrobial Strategies

Antibiotics and antifungals have dramatically reduced deaths from microbial infections since World War I, but their value is increasingly being eroded by increasing drug resistance. However, new strategies are being developed that aim to target infection, while avoiding the pathways that typically trigger antimicrobial drug resistance. One of these strategies …

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Whitman Alumnus Donates Accurate Diagnosis

New visitors to the Gebbie Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders sometimes don’t even notice the new videonystagmography (VNG) system when they enter the room. exam. This is understandable, because its unobtrusive presence on a countertop suggests nothing more complicated than a printer. …

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New data from SLN124 study on healthy volunteers strengthen

New Data from SLN124 Study in Healthy Volunteers Strengthen Broad Therapeutic Potential in Hematologic Diseases Data presented at 2021 ASH annual Encounter showed dsustained reductions in serum iron and transferrin saturation, strong security profile and long duration of action Datassupport ongoing studies in patients with thalassemia and myelodysplastic syndrome and …

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4 dead infants, a condemned mother and a genetic mystery

That evening, she wrote an email to Folbigg’s lawyer and told him she was there. As she deepened the investigation, she surmised that her scientific work would help guide the legal system closer to the truth. She had no idea that over the course of two devouring years, she would …

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BioVaxys Forms Second Collaboration With Ohio State University For Pan-Sarbecovirus Vaccine Research

The CEO of BioVaxys Technology Corp. (CSE: BIOV, OTCQB: BVAXF) James Passen told Proactive he has partnered with Ohio State University to further develop the company’s haptenized viral antigen platform to create a vaccine Widely reactive pan-sarbecovirus. The Vancouver-based company said this was its second SARS-CoV-2 research collaboration with the …

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Delta variant remains ‘clear current danger’ in Miami-Dade amid omicron threat

MIAMI – Dr David Andrews said the lab he heads at the University of Miami is working hard to screen coronavirus samples from patients at the Jackson Health System for evidence of the omicron variant, which was discovered on November 24. UM Health’s clinical pathology specialist said Sunday this week …

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Department of Pathology announces 2021 faculty promotions

Chen Liu, MD, PhD, chairman of the Yale Department of Pathology, recently announced the 2021 faculty promotions. “The Yale School of Medicine promotion process assesses the contributions of each faculty member to our clinical missions, educational and research. I am proud to support the advancement of our faculty and look …

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GSK shares positive update from Omicron and new partnership with Oxford

Léon Neal / Getty Images As the Omicron variant continues to spread around the world, researchers are working to identify therapies that can prevent infections or reduce the risk of serious infections. This morning, GlaxoSmithKline early research shows that his monoclonal antibody is demonstrating its effectiveness against the most recent …

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Sydney-based medical tech startup Harrison.ai secures A $ 129 million led by Horizons Ventures – TechCrunch

Founders of Harrison.ai Founders of Harrison.ai Dimitry Tran, Dr Colin Goldschmidt and Dr Aengus Tran Photo by Stefanie Zingsheim / The Photo Pitch Harrison.ai, a Sydney-based company that creates medical devices with AI technology, today announced it has raised A $ 129 million (roughly US $ 92.3 million) in what …

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