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eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Divergent CRO, a leading provider of clinical services to biotech and device companies, is pleased to announce the official launch of its new Contract Research Organization (CRO). This new venture aims to revolutionize the research and development process by offering comprehensive and tailored clinical services to meet the unique needs of the biotech and device industries.
Manasvi Pinnaka, a Silicon Valley High School Senior Works to Improve Cystic Fibrosis Research through AI
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Manasvi Pinnaka is a senior at BASIS Independent Silicon Valley in San Jose, CA. She's also the founder and CEO of Nysha.ai, a nationally-recognized nonprofit organization committed to raising awareness for cystic fibrosis. Pinnaka's goals are to create awareness about this disease in all races and ethnicities while empowering and educating students to explore the world of AI research to advance the finding of a cure for the disease.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- US Kidney Research Corporation (USKRC) is delighted to announce new groundbreaking research as part of a contract with the University of Arkansas (U of A) resulting in the development of an ultrafiltration membrane with diverse filtering applications for medical and non-medical devices.
During National Cancer Survivor Month, The Pap Corps Makes Historic $8.4 Million Donation for Cancer Research
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The Pap Corps Champions for Cancer Research (thepapcorps.org) recently presented a historic donation to Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center of $8.4 million. This gift came in two parts, $3.4 million through the volunteers' fundraising efforts and $5 million from an anonymous donor. This is the largest single gift in the nonprofit's 70-year history.
Award-winning universal vaccine method developed by Eric Kikkert calls for deeper scientific exploration
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- A new universal vaccine method developed by Eric Kikkert is outlined in an article he wrote called: "The Slammer Method: How to create effective vaccines." It recently appeared in the "Journal of Infectious Diseases and Therapy" and is proposed to work in not just humans, but animals too. The material was presented at the 2023 12th International Conference for Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease in London, received an award and established as a universal method to create effective vaccines.
South Florida’s Largest Grassroots Organization, The Pap Corps, Celebrates 70 Years of Funding Research for All Types of Cancer
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The Pap Corps Champions for Cancer Research will celebrate its 70th anniversary with a beautiful luncheon event at the Polo Club in Boca Raton on Tuesday, November 15, 2022. During the past seven decades, the nonprofit has grown from a small group of women supporting the pioneering work of Dr. George Papanicolaou to a dynamic organization with over 20,000 members, who fund research for all types of cancer at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center.
National Postdoctoral Association (NPA) today kicked off the 13th annual National Postdoc Appreciation Week
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The National Postdoctoral Association (NPA) today kicked off the 13th annual National Postdoc Appreciation Week (NPAW), taking place today through Friday. NPAW is the nation's largest celebration of postdoctoral scholars who serve at more than 300 institutions, acknowledging the significant contributions "postdocs" make to research, innovation and scientific discovery.
Proteios Technology Awarded $1.6M NIH SBIR Grant to Commercialize its Multivariate Cell Isolation Technology
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Proteios Technology, Inc. is pleased to announce it's received a $1.6 million SBIR Phase II grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to commercialize its multivariate (parallel) cell isolation technology. Grant funds will be used to extend Proteios' cell isolation kits to include up to 20 of the most common cell types currently used in cell therapy development.
Vyriad, Inc. says Oral Vaccine Boosts COVID Immunity: study conducted on nonhuman primates published in the journal Vaccine
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Vyriad, Inc., a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing oncolytic virus therapies to treat a wide range of cancers, today announced results confirming the activity of an oral vaccine formulation for boosting immunity against SARS-CoV-2. The full study conducted on nonhuman primates is published in the journal Vaccine.
Pure MHC LLC and Myrio Announce Collaboration to Research and Develop Targeted Antibody-Based Cancer Therapies
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Pure MHC, LLC and Myrio Therapeutics Pty Ltd (Myrio) today announced a collaboration to develop new antibody-based oncology therapeutics. The companies will combine Pure MHC's proprietary offering of MHC peptide targets for oncology with Myrio's revolutionary Retained Display(tm) (ReD) antibody discovery process to initially create up to three novel therapies based on targets distinct to tumors across multiple types of cancer.