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CDAC's Holmes receives grant from National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine

CDAC’s Holmes receives grant from National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine

Body of the review Rob Holmes, associate professor and undergraduate chair of landscape architecture in the College of Architecture, Design, and Construction, received a Gulf Research Program grant from the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Science. medicine to create and pilot an interdisciplinary design studio addressing Gulf health and resilience. Holmes will partner on …

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Five things presented by Children's Mercy Sports Medicine Center: Sport takes on Seattle in 2022 home final |  October 2, 2022 |  SportingKansas City

Five things presented by Children’s Mercy Sports Medicine Center: Sport takes on Seattle in 2022 home final | October 2, 2022 | SportingKansas City

Sunday marks Sporting Kansas City’s final home game of the 2022 campaign as well as the penultimate game of the season. Sporting posted an 8-6-2 record in the regular season and won three Open Cup games at Children’s Mercy Park in 2022. Sporting’s world-class football venue also hosted the 1000th competitive game of the club …

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At least 12 Haitian prisoners died for lack of food and medicine, official says

At least 12 Haitian prisoners died for lack of food and medicine, official says

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Sept 29 (Reuters) – At least 12 prisoners in Haiti died for lack of food or medicine in the month ending mid-September, a Haitian official said on Thursday, adding the figure had likely increased since then due to a gang blockade that created crippling fuel shortages. Renan Hedouville, head of Haiti’s Citizen Protection Office, …

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Prime Medicine Files for IPO

Mind Medicine shares rise 13% after a sharp decline on Wednesday

By Chris Wack Mental Medicine Inc. Shares rebounded from a sharp decline on Wednesday, rising 13% to $3.65 a day after the company said it had priced its underwritten public offering of 7.1 million common shares, along with warrants. subscription to buy 7.1 million shares. The stock hit its lowest level in 52 weeks at …

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GCSoM 13th Annual Turkey Trot on November 6 to benefit Friends of the Poor

GCSoM 13th Annual Turkey Trot on November 6 to benefit Friends of the Poor

SCRATON – Students from the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine will host the 13th Annual Turkey Trot 5K/10K Race in downtown Scranton on Sunday, November 11. 6. The event will also feature a short trot, including crafts, games, face painting and relay races, for children 13 and under. Proceeds will be donated to the non-profit …

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Medical school proposed at Morgan State University, first at HBCU in 45 years

Medical school proposed at Morgan State University, first at HBCU in 45 years

The Baltimore Sun/Getty Images Morgan State University in Baltimore is the proposed home of a new medical school, marking the first time in 45 years that a medical school will open at a historically black college or university. According CBS NewsHBCU is partnering with Ascension St. Agnes Hospital to launch a private, for-profit medical school …

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Valley welcomes Director of Internal Medicine Residency Program |  KING-NJ

Valley welcomes Director of Internal Medicine Residency Program | KING-NJ

Valley Health System in Ridgewood recently welcomed Dr. Reham Shaaban as Director of the soon to be established Internal Medicine Residency Program. Shaaban will also help develop and maintain other graduate medical education programs at Valley. Shaaban will be responsible for overseeing and directing the management of the new medical residency program that Valley will …

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Independence Blue Cross sells minority stake in Tandem Health to Penn Medicine

Independence Blue Cross sells minority stake in Tandem Health to Penn Medicine

© Shutterstock Independence Blue Cross recently sold a minority stake in its subsidiary, Tandigm Health, to Penn Medicine, which will be represented on the board of Tandigm beginning January 1. 1. Founded in 2014, Tandigm serves the five-county area of ​​Philadelphia and supports a network of 400 primary care physicians, many of whom are affiliated …

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Kyle Orwig received the Distinguished Researched Award from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine

Kyle Orwig received the Distinguished Researched Award from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine

Kyle Orwig, a professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences at the School of Medicine, received the award Distinguished Researcher Award from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) for outstanding contributions to the field through published clinical or basic reproductive research over the past decade. He will be recognized for this …

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