PHOENIX, Ariz. — June 6, 2022 — Today marks the start of the 16th class of Helios Scholars at TGen, the flagship internship program at the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), part of City of Hope.
Program helps ensure animals and the general public are protected from SARS-Cov-2 and serves as a model for monitoring other zoonotic diseases in the futureContinue reading
In partnership with Arizona BioIndustry Association (AZBio), Booth Udall Fuller and Perkins Coie are offering weekly office hours to give AZBio members the opportunity to ask questions regarding the legal strategies of their businesses.
TUCSON, Ariz.– The University of Arizona Center for Innovation (UACI) held a grand opening yesterday to celebrate its new startup incubator at Biosphere 2, which supports renewable energy and sustainable tech startups.
TUCSON, Ariz., – April 11, 2022 – Avery Therapeutics, Inc. (Avery), a privately held, pre-clinical stage therapeutics company, today announced a publication in the peer-reviewed scientific journal, Nature Scientific Reports, outlining a novel technique in cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMR) data acquisition utilizing smart-signal gradient recalled echo (GRE)-based array sequences, entitled, “Free-breathing gradient recalled echo-based CMR in a swine heart failure model,” (Morris, el al. (2022). Scientific Reports, 12(1). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-07611-8).
In recent years, researchers have begun to explore the vast assemblage of microbes on and within the human body. These include protists, archaea, fungi, viruses and vast numbers of bacteria living in symbiotic ecosystems.
TUCSON, AZ / ACCESSWIRE / April 4, 2022 / Aqualung Therapeutics, an early-stage immunotherapeutics biotech company developing an anti-inflammatory therapeutic platform for unchecked inflammation has published another study touting the effectiveness of its anti-inflammatory ALT-100 monoclonal antibody (mAb)
Risk factors could include diet, genetics and ethnicity; no global consensus on how to screen for potentially deadly liver conditions
Laboratory experiments at Princeton University and TGen, testing a ketogenic diet, lead to nationwide clinical trial
Named for a respected Arizona scientist, this trial uses a combination of drugs against advanced cancer in patients where other treatments have failed