Ground Broken for University of Arizona Cancer Center in Phoenix
Ground Broken for University of Arizona Cancer Center in Phoenix Ground was officially broken on the new University of Arizona Cancer Center (UACC) at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center/Dignity Health outpatient facility in downtown Phoenix in February, 2013. Located on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus at 625 N. Sixth St., on the northwest corner of Fillmore and Seventh streets, the center is expected to be open in 2015. Follow the project's construction progress at www.phoenixcancercenter.org
UA College of Medicine Phoenix | 2013 Commencement
2013 Commencement UA College of Medicine – Phoenix Fifty University of Arizona College of Medicine -- Phoenix medical students were officially conferred with their medical degrees at ceremonies on May 8 in the third graduation for the downtown Phoenix medical school. Read more: http://phoenixmed.arizona.edu
Announcing Grants for Emerging Medical Device Companies
Arizona has one of the fastest growing bioscience communities in the US; annual total economic activity is now $28.8 billion. It has a particularly robust medical device sector, which constitutes 32% of Arizona’s non-hospital bioscience employment. With first-class research institutions and an industry spanning from one-person shops to industry giants, Arizona has it all.To support this critically important sector, the City of Peoria, Arizona, BioAccel and The Plaza Companies have created BioInspire™, an incubator in Peoria dedicated to medical device development that provides working capital and space to qualifying companies. More than just a facility, this collaboration was created to connect the medical device community.
From Bioscience to Biobusiness Success
Dr. Robert Bowser was recruited to the Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital & Medical Center to direct an ALS research center using philanthropic support from Mr. Ira Fulton. He arrived to the Phoenix area in August of last year after 18 years on the faculty at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Dr. Bowser’s research focuses on biomarkers of neurologic disease and he will describe how success in his academic research has also led to success in the world of biotechnology.
SynCardia Systems, Inc.05/29/2013
Heart of a Champion - Justin Ryder
Former Semi-Pro Arena Football Player and Father of 3 Had Surgery for an Enlarged Heart at Age 18 Justin Ryder has battled heart problems nearly all his adult life. But after multiple surgeries, the 35-year-old Las Vegas, Nev., resident finally has a ticker that works - SynCardia's temporary Total Artificial Heart. Running out of options with his patched-up natural heart, Ryder had an artificial one implanted in early December at the University of Arizona Medical Center. It keeps him going, literally, while he awaits a donor heart.
Ventana Medical Systems, Inc.08/15/2013
VENTANA BenchMark Special Stains automation: manual versus automated time-lapse video
VENTANA BenchMark Special Stains automated slide stainer eliminates manual processes and temperature dependencies with automated deparaffinization and independent slide heating for histology labs upgrading manual processes or current automation systems