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SERVICE: DNA Analysis Is Used to Find That Special Someone
San Diego is home to countless institutes, laboratories and research collaborations aiming to find better uses for advancements in genetic sequencing. Yet, there is one market that seems an unlikely match for DNA analysis — online dating.
HEALTH: He Sees Need for ‘Constellation’ Of New Relationships
Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute announced that the board of trustees has appointed Perry Nisen as CEO and holder of the Donald Bren chief executive chair for the institute’s La Jolla-based headquarters.
HEALTH: Co. Just Signed an Enterprise Deal With Sharp
Geneva Health Care Inc., a San Diego-based medical technology company has developed a platform that receives data from cardiac devices and converts it into usable information for health care providers. The data is presented in a dashboard that is integrated into the provider’s internal computer system so that physicians and medical staff can quickly identify the urgency of a patient’s needs.
A San Diego-based immunotherapy company has successfully completed $100,000 of financing by utilizing an unusual fundraising approach — crowd funding.
Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute’s board of trustees has appointed Perry Nisen as CEO and holder of the Donald Bren chief executive chair for the institute’s La Jolla-based headquarters.
San Diego-based Cytori Therapeutics Inc. announced that Tiago Girão has been appointed vice president and chief financial officer.
ResMed Inc. has released its new sleep apnea therapy device that will use patient data and communication software to help health care providers monitor and analyze their patients’ conditions.
BIOTECH: FDA Grants Orphan Drug Status to Promising New Therapy
Mirati Therapeutics Inc., a public company in San Diego developing medicines for targeted oncology, is one step closer to achieving regulatory approval for its cancer drug Mocetinostat.
Ligand Pharmaceuticals Inc. announced the signing of a commercial license agreement with Atlanta, Georgia-based Avion Pharmaceuticals LLC for the development and commercialization of four Captisol-enabled programs
The Defense Department said on Aug. 14 that it awarded a $9.1 million contract modification to Thermo Fisher Scientific to acquire reagents and consumables for its DNA Identification Laboratory at the Armed Forces Medical Examiners System at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware.
Shares of Otonomy Inc. were rising Aug. 13 after the biotech drug developer's initial public offering raised $100 million.
Cytori Therapeutics Inc. reported a net loss of $11.8 million for second quarter 2014, down from a net loss $3.2 million during the same period in 2013.
The opening of the 23,000-square-foot medical office building was celebrated with a public event.
The Scripps Research Institute appointed James Paulson, chair of its Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, as acting president and CEO, the institute’s board of trustees announced Monday.