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Tech billionaire Parker donates $250 mn for cancer 'moonshot'

Tech billionaire Sean Parker announced Wednesday a $250 million grant to fund research aimed at breakthroughs in cancer treatment through immunotherapy. Parker, the founder of music-sharing service Na...

With $250M Grant, Sean Parker Launches Cancer Immunotherapy Institute

Investigators from six cancer centers are joining forces to develop cancer immunotherapies through a new research institute launched today with a $250 million grant from Silicon Valley entrepreneur-...

INFUSE to push immunisation in developing countries

At the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting, Gavi introduced the Innovation for Uptake, Scale and Equity in immunisation (INFUSE) initiative to help drive improvements in immunisation for developin...

Despite The Glitz, Sean Parker's Cancer Institute Could Be Something Special

Sean Parker Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg Earlier this week, Sean Parker, the billionaire known for co-founding Napster and serving as Facebook’s first president, announced that he was donati...

Stewart Parker: Biotech Thoughts On Gene Therapy, GOP & Trout Streams

H. Stewart Parker is the former CEO of Seattle’s Targeted Genetics, a pioneering gene therapy company that fizzled out after nearly 20 years but helped pave the way for a new generation of compa...

Parker's $10M gift creates UCSF autoimmune lab

Entrepreneur Sean Parker's The Parker Foundation is donating $10 million to the University of California San Francisco to establish a new autoimmune research laboratory within the UCSF Diabetes Center...

UCHealth Emergency Room Opens New Facility in Parker, Colorado

Aurora, CO (PRWEB) November 20, 2015 UCHealth opened its newest freestanding emergency room in Parker, Colorado today. To celebrate ...

Parker Foundation launches cancer institute with $250M

Entrepreneur Sean Parker's The Parker Foundation established a cancer immunotherapy institute to bring together six academic research centers, and granted the institute $250 million.The newly launched...

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Introduction: "Where Would I Be Without You".

Where Would I Be Without You, the first and only poetry recording from Olivia Records, offers a glimpse into the powerful friendship and artistic collaboration between poets Pat Parker and Judy Grahn....

Unpacking Pat Parker: Intersections and Revolutions in "Movement in Black".

This article explores Pat Parker's poem "Movement in Black." It examines the ways in which she emblematizes intersectionality and simultaneity as forms of revolution in struggles of self and society. ...

The Killer Will Remain Free: On Pat Parker and the Poetics of Madness.

Poet and scholar Kazim Ali reads Pat Parker's Movement in Black intimately, one poet to another, uncovering the shadow-fact of the lives of most people of color: not only the anger that is somehow sub...

"The Day All of the Different Parts of Me Can Come Along": Intersectionality and U.S. Third World Feminism in the Poetry of Pat Parker and Willyce Kim.

This article brings to light the poetry of Pat Parker and Willyce Kim, two key figures within the 1970s and '80s women in print movement. While Parker and Kim have been rightly placed within African-A...

A rapid assessment of drinking water quality in informal settlements after a cholera outbreak in Nairobi, Kenya.

Populations living in informal settlements with inadequate water and sanitation infrastructure are at risk of epidemic disease. In 2010, we conducted 398 household surveys in two informal settlements ...

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