The Center for Health Equity Research at Northern Arizona University received another $21 million grant to continue its work to promote health equity and study health disparities among diverse populations of the American Southwest, five years after it was initially funded with a grant of the same size.
C-Path names Daniel Jorgensen CEO / Contract Pharma
Dr. Daniel M. Jorgensen, an experienced leader in drug development, health care and business, has been named CEO of the Tucson-based Critical Path Institute, effective Oct. 1.
TGen researching liver disease in Latino youth / Arizona’s Family
Translational Genomics Research Institute, Arizona State University and Phoenix Children’s Hospital are working together to help research nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, or NAFLD, that’s rising among children, especially Latino youth.
September is Healthy Aging Month, and scientists at the University of Arizona are playing a major role in explaining how we understand the aging brain as part of a $60 million study.
Joan Koerber-Walker, president and CEO of Arizona Bioindustry Association, talks about Arizona Bioscience Week events and the state’s bioscience ecosystem in this sit-down interview.
Abrazo says Buckeye medical campus construction to begin in coming months / Phoenix Business Journal
Abrazo Health, which at the beginning of the year announced plans to build a new medical campus on a 27-acre parcel in Buckeye, said construction is expected to begin in the coming months. Meanwhile, Banner Health has also announced its plans to build a hospital in Buckeye, which will be across the street from the Abrazo campus.
Banner Health announces new blood test that can detect premature birth / Arizona’s Family
Upcoming Events /
October 5: Flinn Foundation Bioscience Entrepreneurship Program info session