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Monday 18th March 2019

Exploring Life and Death of Cells, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Biomedical Engineer’s Research Could Lead to Better Understanding of Cancer, Heart Disease

With funding from the National Science Foundation, Kristen Billiar will study how mechanical stresses regulate cell death and possibly contribute to a range of illnesses WORCESTER, Mass. (PRWEB) March 18, 2019 With a three-year, $446,563 collaborative grant from the National Science Foundation, Kristen Billiar, professor and head of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Worcester Polytechni...


Cell-based #cancerimmunotherapy: synNotch receptors restrict CAR expression to the tumor, avoiding on-target off-tumor toxicity if tumor is spatially separate from normal cells http://bit.ly/2Y6xrnZ  #NBThighlight

Cell-based #cancerimmunotherapy: synNotch receptors restrict CAR expression to the tumor, avoiding on-target off-tumor toxicity if tumor is spatially separate from normal cells http://bit.ly/2Y6xrnZ  #NBThighlight

Humans Can Sense Earth's Magnetic Field, Brain Imaging Study Says

Do human beings have a magnetic sense? Biologists know other animals do. They think it helps creatures including bees, turtles and birds navigate through the world. Scientists have tried to investigate whether humans belong on the list of magnetically sensitive organisms. For decades, there’s been a back-and-forth between positive reports and failures to demonstrate the trait in people, with se...


Dr. Jonathan Zaidan of Women's Excellence Promotes Excision of Endometriosis for Endometriosis Awareness Month

Dr. Jonathan Zaidan is the #1 robotic surgeon for excision of endometriosis in the Midwest. DETROIT (PRWEB) March 18, 2019 Dr. Jonathan Zaidan, MD, FACOG, President of Women’s Excellence discusses excision of endometriosis in recent blog post at https://www.womensexcellence.com/blog/excision-endometriosis-treatment-2/. In addition, Dr. Zaidan has published pathology reports to educate women o...

Surgical intervention (PCI) is the preferred therapy to unblock blood vessels in patients undergoing a STEMI #heartattack, but many people do not have timely access to such methods. We are at #ACC19 to discuss our latest research. Read more here: http://

Surgical intervention (PCI) is the preferred therapy to unblock blood vessels in patients undergoing a STEMI #heartattack, but many people do not have timely access to such methods. We are at #ACC19 to discuss our latest research. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2TyqAVK  pic.twitter.com/o9g8Zv1k0P

Personalis, Inc. to Present at ICI-IO Combinations Summit 2019

Personalis, Inc., a leader in advanced genomics for precision oncology, today announced that they are scheduled to present at ICI-IO Combinations Summit 2019 in Boston on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 2:30 PM, EDT. The presentation, entitled “Challenges and Solutions: Enabling multidimensional tumor immunogenomics for advancing biomarker d...

Cell culture shock – a scientist’s hunt for the perfect cocktail

Science blog Studying how cells grow naturally is at the heart of cancer research. But it often relies on an unnatural world. Like the cells in our body, cells grown in a lab are kept alive with food. In the lab, this food – called cell culture media – is the red liquid you often see in plastic Petri dishe

USDM Life Sciences Presents Best Practices for Managing GxP Compliance in the Oracle Cloud at Modern Business Experience in Las Vegas

USDM and Oracle are evolving GxP compliance in the cloud. SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (PRWEB) March 18, 2019 For more than 15 years, USDM Life Sciences and Oracle have partnered together to develop solutions that allow life science companies to easily comply with FDA 21 CFR Part 11 and EMA EudraLex Volume 4 Annex 11 regulatory requirements. USDM’s Cloud Assurance™ is a managed service delivering en...

Circulating Tumor Cells and the #LiquidBiopsy -- http://ow.ly/fqUx30o5vLe pic.twitter.com/vdxFmAMdQF

Circulating Tumor Cells and the #LiquidBiopsy -- http://ow.ly/fqUx30o5vLe  pic.twitter.com/vdxFmAMdQF

FDA approves new indication for Abbott Vascular’s heart valve repair device

The US regulator stated that the device from Abbott Vascular can be used for treating moderate-to-severe or severe mitral regurgitation, which is a leakage of blood backward through The post FDA approves new indication for Abbott Vascular’s heart valve repair device appeared first on Compelo Medical Devices - Latest industry news and analysis.

One-off surgery could offer hope to patients with high blood pressure

A one-off operation that targets the nerves connected to the kidney has been found to maintain reduced blood pressure in hypertension patients for at least six months, according to the results of a clinical trial led in the UK by Queen Mary University of London and Barts Health NHS Trust, and supported by the National Institute for Health Research.

Imara closes $63M Series B funding round for blood disorder drug development

The company is developing a drug that targets the same pathway as the chemotherapy agent hydroxyurea, but is designed for a better safety profile.

Study demonstrates effective way to slow progression of cerebrovascular disease in older adults

Elderly people with high blood pressure, or hypertension, who took medicine to keep their 24-hour systolic blood pressure around 130 mm Hg for three years showed significantly less accumulation of harmful brain lesions compared with those taking medicine to maintain a systolic blood pressure around 145 mm Hg, according to research presented at the American College of Cardiology's 68thAnnual Scient...

Edison initiates coverage on Actinogen Medical (ACW)

Edison Investment Research Limited 18-March-2019 / 12:33 GMT/BST London, UK, 18 March 2019 Edison initiates coverage on Actinogen Medical (ACW) Actinogen Medical is an ASX-listed Australian biotech developing its lead asset Xanamem to treat cognitive impairment that occurs in chronic neurodegenerative diseases. Xanamem(R) is a selective 11β-HSD1 inhibitor that is able to cross the bloo...

miR Scientific Presents a New Non-invasive Test for Identifying Clinically Significant Prostate Cancer

New Highly-Sensitive Detection Technology using miRNA and snoRNA Expression Signatures Unveiled at EAU 2019 Proprietary, non-invasive liquid biopsy urine test definitively detects, accurately scores and continuously monitors prostate and bladder cancers miR Scienti

P&G Sets New Goal to Deliver 25 Billion Liters of Clean Drinking Water to Families in Need Worldwide

After achieving its 2020 goal of delivering 15 billion liters one year early, the Company increases its target to 25 billion liters of clean water by 2025 This World Water Day, Procter & Gamble (P&G) is celebrating the achievement of its 2020 goal of delivering 15 billion liters of clean drinking water through its non-profit Children’s Safe D...

AI and MRI at Birth Shown to Predict Cognitive Ability by Age of Two

Scientists at the University of North Carolina (UNC) School of Medicine say they have used MRI brain scans and machine learning techniques at birth to predict cognitive development at age two years with 95% accuracy. “This prediction could help identify children at risk for poor cognitive development shortly after birth with high accuracy,” said senior […] The post AI and MRI at ...

First Sub-Analyses from the DECLARE-TIMI 58 Trial Further Support the Cardiovascular Effects of FARXIGA in Type 2 Diabetes

FARXIGA reduced major adverse cardiovascular events by 16% in patients who had a prior heart attack FARXIGA reduced hospitalization for heart failure regardless of ejection fraction status Positive results from a pre-specified sub-analysis of the Phase III DECLARE-TIMI 58 trial showed that FARXIGA (dapagliflozin) reduced the relative ri...

Alligator Bioscience: New Preclinical Data Demonstrate Strong Anti-tumor Effects for the 4-1BB Antibody ATOR-1017

LUND, Sweden, March 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Alligator Bioscience (Nasdaq Stockholm: ATORX), today announce that they will present preclinical data for the drug candidate ATOR-1017 at the 4th Annu...

Blood disorder specialists Imara raises $63m

Arix Biosciences claims a 10% stake in the biotech

Anika Appoints Robert Richard, Ph.D. as Vice President of Research and Development

Industry veteran brings extensive experience leading high-performing R&D groups Anika Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: ANIK), a global, integrated orthopedic and regenerative medicines company specializing in therapeutics based on its proprietary

Neural Analytics, Inc. Announces the First Site Initiation and First Subject Enrollment into the CODEX Study, Utilizing Autonomous Robotic Transcranial Doppler Technology

Neural Analytics, Inc., a medical robotics company developing and commercializing technologies to measure and track brain health, announces today the first site initiation and first subjects enrolled into the CODEX Study, a prospective, single arm multi-center safety and technical feasibility study utilizing an investigational iteration of the Lucid Roboti...

Resistance-Sensing Needle Identifies Target Destinations

A highly sensitive intelligent-injector for tissue-targeting (i2T2) needle can detect changes in resistance in order to properly and safely deliver...

The Road To Curing HIV In South Dependent On Tackling Racism, Poverty And Homophobia

Drugs already exist to prevent and contain the virus. But there are formidable social obstacles that have to be conquered before there can be meaningful headway made. In other public health news: depression, having children, terminal illnesses, immunotherapy, Ebola, antibiotics, TV's effect on the aging brain, and more.

Where Pharma Has Failed To Offer Hope For Alzheimer’s Treatment, Medical Devices Have Shown Promise

A new study shows that a combination of lights and buzzing activate cells to start cleaning up the brain of mice who have Alzheimer's, stimulating activity throughout many parts of the brain.


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