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UArizona Health Sciences previews new Center for Advanced Molecular and Immunological Therapies in Phoenix
The University of Arizona offered a new preview of the Center for Advanced Molecular and Immunological Therapies on May 16 as part of its Tomorrow is Here lecture series. The discussion, led by UArizona …
ASU names Marisa Domino to lead Center for Health Information and Research
ASU announced Marisa Domino will lead the Center for Health Information and Research in ASU's College of Health Solutions on the downtown Phoenix campus.

Business news from the PBC


Calviri announces new scientific advisory board
The newly formed Scientific Advisory Board will collaborate closely with Calviri’s senior leadership team and support the advancement of the company’s diversified portfolio of diagnostic platforms and therapeutic cancer vaccines …
OncoMyx appoints Robert Williamson Chief Business and Chief Financial Officer
OncoMyx Therapeutics, a privately-held oncolytic virus immunotherapy company, today announced the appointment of Robert Williamson as Chief Business and Chief Financial Officer.

Community news


Bioscience leaders connect the dots between the arts and biosciences
On March 3, Artlink  and Phoenix Community Alliance’s Arts, Culture & Public Life Committee hosted the 6th Annual Creative City Symposium. The virtual event, attended by 65 local arts advocates …

Academic news from around the Phoenix Bioscience Core

UArizona Health Sciences previews new Center for Advanced Molecular and Immunological Therapies in Phoenix
The University of Arizona offered a new preview of the Center for Advanced Molecular and Immunological Therapies on May 16 as part of its Tomorrow is Here lecture series. The …
ASU names Marisa Domino to lead Center for Health Information and Research
ASU announced Marisa Domino will lead the Center for Health Information and Research in ASU's College of Health Solutions on the downtown Phoenix campus.
Catheter-based cardioneural ablation safe, effective for recurrent fainting, according to UArizona COM-P report
e by as much as 80% for patients with symptoms despite medical intervention and behavioral modification who did not desire permanent pacing.

The latest research from the Phoenix Bioscience Core

TGen begins testing animals in captivity and nature for COVID-19
Working with state and federal wildlife agencies and private and public zoos across Arizona, the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), part of City of Hope, is testing wild animals in captivity and …
UArizona College of Medicine – Phoenix’s Ayman Fanous contributes to largest worldwide study of Schizophrenia
In a paper published April 8 in Nature, specific genes were identified that could play important roles in the psychiatric disorder. In the largest genetic study of schizophrenia, researchers including …
Catheter-based cardioneural ablation safe, effective for recurrent fainting, according to UArizona COM-P report
e by as much as 80% for patients with symptoms despite medical intervention and behavioral modification who did not desire permanent pacing.