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11 Mass. business leaders to watch in 2019

11 Mass. business leaders to watch in 2019

As another year goes into the books, it’s worth examining exactly who’s going to make a big splash as the calendar turns to January. This year’s roster of business leaders to watch in the upcoming year includes an outspoken city official, a local surgeon who’s aiming to […]

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$12 million coming to UAB for research into genetic disorder

$12 million coming to UAB for research into genetic disorder

Four researchers at the UAB School of Medicine will put a deep focus on a genetic disorder over the next three years. The Gilbert Family Foundation will allocate $12 million over the next three years to UAB researchers exploring developmental and possibly curative therapies to address the […]

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Venture investing in 2018: Seed deals, Saudis, scooters and more

Venture investing in 2018: Seed deals, Saudis, scooters and more

A closer look at the top stories of 2018 that were connected to the flood of cash that swept into Silicon Valley and how it may play out in the new year. Source link

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Ex-Swedish neurosurgeon sues Washington state employees who suspended his medical license

Ex-Swedish neurosurgeon sues Washington state employees who suspended his medical license

Dr. Johnny Delashaw’s lawyers claim the state employees cut corners and bowed to media and political pressure in suspending his license. Source link

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Looking Ahead: Health industry to see new jobs, facilities in 2019

Looking Ahead: Health industry to see new jobs, facilities in 2019

Between large recruitment efforts, new medical centers and efforts to achieve universal health care, here’s what to look for in health care in 2019. Source link

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As it fights dementia, BrainCheck raises money from Austin VCs, opens office in Texas capital

As it fights dementia, BrainCheck raises money from Austin VCs, opens office in Texas capital

Houston-based BrainCheck Inc., which uses artificial intelligence to monitor brain health and to screen for dementia, has raised $1.5 million to enhance its software, and opened a technology-focused Austin office. The funding round was led by Austin-based True Wealth Ventures, with participation from Austin-based S3 Ventures, Chicago-based […]

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McGuire Group shifts ownership for 6 nursing homes

McGuire Group shifts ownership for 6 nursing homes

The changes, pending approvals by the state Department of Health, will affect five Western New York nursing homes and a sixth on Long Island. Source link

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Prime Healthcare hospital opens $1.6M senior behavioral health unit

Prime Healthcare hospital opens $1.6M senior behavioral health unit

St. Joseph Medical Center opened its Senior Behavior Health Center last week. The $1.6 million inpatient behavioral health unit hosts 23 beds for geriatric patients diagnosed with mental health conditions, such as dementia, confusion, depression and anxiety. St Joseph is owned by for-profit hospital operator Prime Healthcare Services. […]

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South San Francisco biotech files for what could be first Bay Area IPO of 2019

South San Francisco biotech files for what could be first Bay Area IPO of 2019

Harpoon Therapeutics Inc. on Thursday filed paperwork for what could be the first Bay Area IPO of 2019. The South San Francisco company’s filing comes at the end of a year in which 19 life science companies from the region went public, with half of them closing […]

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Meet the PBJ's 2019 nonprofit partners

Meet the PBJ's 2019 nonprofit partners

The Portland Business Journal has selected four area groups as its 2019 nonprofit partners. The publication has worked with four such partners for the past 15 years, providing space for print advertising — as well as design assistance — as well as tickets to PBJ events. This […]

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