By David O’Keefe – Students across the country are cramming for finals, planning graduation parties, and preparing themselves for their first “real world” jobs. The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) projects nearly 2 million students will graduate with their bachelor’s degree as the Class of 2017.
RAD Women (#RADxx), a networking group for the advancement of women in imaging informatics, announced a new online resource center for current and prospective members.
By Marcia Rhodes – “Story telling is the oldest form of teaching,” Matt Cavallo declared when we met on May 23. I couldn’t agree more. Great story telling has always intrigued me. Maybe that’s why I’m in PR. I have always believed that behind every organization is a zealous individual with an epic story waiting to be shared.
University of Utah’s Bench to Bedside program does it again! The unique healthcare innovation program developed by Dr. John Langell and his team at the University of Utah completed its 7th year in extraordinary fashion.
One year after graduating from the Cedars-Sinai Accelerator powered by Techstars, several health-tech startups are swiftly expanding their innovations into hospitals and other healthcare settings for the benefit of patients. New class applications due on June 9th.
By Brett Coughlin – It was a no brainer for the HHS Ventures Fund to include the CDC’s GHOST project in its latest round of funding. There are about 3.5 million Americans infected with Hepatitis C (HCV), which attacks the liver and can lead to cirrhosis and other serious health problems.