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San Diego County Medical Society Foundation has rebranded, changing its name to Champions for Health.
One of San Diego’s top research facilities has partnered with pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline to form a new center focused on neuroscience in La Jolla.
A weak earnings forecast driven by disappointing sales in Europe hammered shares of San Diego-based Illumina Inc. during trading Tuesday and Wednesday.
Healthcare education provider Pima Medical Institute has signed a long-term lease for a space at the North City mixed-use development in San Marcos, the project’s developer announced.
San Diego’s biotech trade group BIOCOM announced Monday that it’s opening an office in Los Angeles.
San Diego’s Biocept Inc. struck a deal with Quest Diagnostics Inc. that will expand the use of Biocept’s tests into Mexico.
San Diego’s MabVax Therapeutics Holdings Inc. has hired Dr. Paul Resnick for the newly created position of vice president and chief business officer.
San Diego-based Illumina Inc., the world’s largest maker of DNA sequencing machines, announced Thursday it will invest $100 million in a new venture capital firm established by a former Illumina executive.
Bioinformatics firm Edico Genome Corp. has named Kirk Malloy, a former top Illumina executive, to its board of directors.
Portable Genomics, a digital health company working on a mobile app to view personal genomic data, has received approval for a patent vital to the company’s app development, the company announced Wednesday.
Trovagene Inc., a company making liquid biopsy tests in San Diego, has entered into an agreement with Stratose Inc. to establish health plan access to Trovagene’s tests.
Molecular Stethoscope Inc., a San Diego firm working on blood-based early detection and disease monitoring tests, announced Monday that it has formed collaborations with 23 academic and medical institutions nationwide.
La Jolla-based Viking Therapeutics announced a public offering of its stock expected to bring in about $9.4 million.
Vista-based medical products manufacturer DJO Global announced April 8 that its CFO, Susan Crawford, has decided to retire from the company.
St. Louis-based RiverVest Venture Partners, a life sciences investment firm, said Thursday it had opened an office in San Diego led by newly installed managing director Nancy Hong.