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RemoteRx Telemedicine Dispenser Platform by Real Time Touch (TM)

RemoteRx Telemedicine Dispenser Platform by Real Time Touch (TM)

The new videos envision four use cases for RemoteRx, Real Time Touch’s planned remote medication release dispensers and platform with advanced IoT hardware, cloud and sensor capabilities. Real Time Touch is backed by Real Time Touch's patent and pending patents. View the Real Time Touch…

GABA-Receptor Modulation in the Treatment of Neurological Diseases

GABA-Receptor Modulation in the Treatment of Neurological Diseases

An article published in Experimental Biology and Medicine (Volume 243, Issue 13, September 2018)(https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1535370218800980) identifies new mechanisms that regulate the activity of the most common type of receptor in the mammalian brain, GABA receptors. The study, led by Dr. Sergiy Sylantyev in…

Integra Devices Recognized as the Industry Leader by Frost & Sullivan for Innovations in Micro-Sensors

Integra Devices Recognized as the Industry Leader by Frost & Sullivan for Innovations in Micro-Sensors

​​ UCI spin-out Integra Devices has been awarded Frost & Sullivan’s “2018 Innovation Award” for the 3D micro-sensors and devices industry in North America. With their proprietary and novel manufacturing paradigm, AMALGATM, Integra has pioneered breakthroughs in micro-device development by…

Vascular Stress Contributes to Age-Associated Vision Loss

An article published in Experimental Biology and Medicine (Volume 243, Issue 12, August, 2018 (http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1535370218794915) reports that vascular stress exacerbates age-associated vision loss. The study, led by Dr. Rajashekhar Gangaraju, in the Department of Ophthalmology and the Department of Anatomy…

South Carolina Primate Center Keeps Monkeys Safe During Hurricane Florence

Staff at the Alpha Genesis Primate Research Center in Yemassee, South Carolina prepared delicious "monkey treats" for their primate friends prior to the expected arrival of Hurricane Florence. The monkeys calmly went about their monkey business well-cared for in safe specially-designed…

Dronedarone Promotes Cardiac Repair After a Heart Attack

An article published in Experimental Biology and Medicine (Volume 243, Issue 11, July, 2018) (http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/1535370218788517) reports that the antiarrhythmic drug, dronedarone, promotes cardiac repair after a heart attack. The study, led by Dr. Uwe Lendeckel, Professor for Medical Biochemistry and…

Vizzia Technologies Presents Biomedical Panel on Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS)

Vizzia Technologies, a leading provider of managed real-time location systems (RTLS) for healthcare organizations, has collaborated with the Georgia Biomedical Instrumentation Society (GBIS) to present an industry panel on RTLS at the 2018 GBIS annual technical conference in Atlanta, Georgia…

Alpha Genesis Primate Research Center Continues European Expansion

The Alpha Genesis Primate Research Center (AGPRC), the Research Division of Alpha Genesis Incorporated (AGI), is to take on additional European business commitments as the firm continues its expansion efforts on the continent. The move is expected to see AGI's European research business increase by…

A New Environmental Risk Factor for Inflammatory Bowel Disease

An article published in Experimental Biology and Medicine (Volume 243, Issue 10, June, 2018)  (http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1535370218782139) identifies a new environmental risk factor for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). The study, led by Dr. Clint Allred in the Department of Nutrition and Food…

Alterations in Copper Homeostasis in Ischemic Heart Disease

An article published in Experimental Biology and Medicine (Volume 243, Issue 9, May 2018) answers a long-standing clinical question regarding elevated blood copper levels in patients with myocardial ischemia (http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1535370218773055). The study, led by Dr. Y. James Kang in the…

Supporting Cells in the Heart Contribute to Cardiac Disease

Supporting Cells in the Heart Contribute to Cardiac Disease

An article published in Experimental Biology and Medicine (Volume 243, Issue 7, April, 2018) reports that supporting cells in the heart, known as fibroblasts, are selectively activated by factors present in heart disease. The study, led by Dr. Megan McCain,…

Telos Partners Welcomes Jason Inzana, Ph.D., to Expand Strategic Capabilities Amid Rapid Growth

Telos Partners Welcomes Jason Inzana, Ph.D., to Expand Strategic Capabilities Amid Rapid Growth

Global life sciences group Telos Partners LLC (telospartnersllc.com) is pleased to announce the appointment of Jason Inzana, Ph.D., as manager of Evidence Strategy and Development. In this role, Dr. Inzana will facilitate the ongoing growth of the Telos Partners brand and…

Acera Surgical Selects Telos Partners to Develop and Manage Clinical Trial on Its RestrataTM Wound Matrix

Acera Surgical Selects Telos Partners to Develop and Manage Clinical Trial on Its RestrataTM Wound Matrix

Telos Partners, LLC, a firm providing scientific, regulatory and publication services to the life sciences industry, has been selected by Acera Surgical to lead its RestrataTM wound matrix study titled: “Clinical Outcomes after Treatment with RestrataTM in Diabetic Foot Ulcers…

Telos Partners, LLC Welcomes Cassandra Latimer to Oversee Science and Innovation Client Programs

Telos Partners, LLC Welcomes Cassandra Latimer to Oversee Science and Innovation Client Programs

Telos Partners, LLC is pleased to welcome Cassandra Latimer to its growing team of life sciences subject matter experts.  She will join the Telos team as Program Manager of Science and Innovation.  Within this role, Cassandra will oversee day-to-day activities…

UK Scientist Releases New Book 'Appraisal Science: Appraising Healthcare Professionals'

UK Scientist Releases New Book 'Appraisal Science: Appraising Healthcare Professionals'

Healthcare scientist Edwin Goodwin, in his new book 'Appraisal Science: Appraising Healthcare Professionals,' addresses complex, long-standing issues surrounding the assessment of healthcare professionals in the UK. Based on his own experience and comprehensive research, Goodwin presents a critical examination of…

EyesOnALZ Citizen Science Project to Enlist Millions of PBS Viewers to Fight Alzheimer's

EyesOnALZ Citizen Science Project to Enlist Millions of PBS Viewers to Fight Alzheimer's

EyesOnALZ (http://eyesonalz.com) – a project to crowdsource Alzheimer’s research is launching an online competition to #CrushALZ on April 6th, in partnership with The Crowd & The Cloud – a public television documentary series about citizen science.   The documentary, created…

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