Sai Life Sciences to significantly expand biology capabilities at its integrated R&D campus

– Commences construction of new 75,000 sq. ft. facility in Hyderabad

– Augmenting India team to 170 biologists

HYDERABAD, India, Oct. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Sai Life Sciences, one of India’s fastest growing Contract Research, Development & Manufacturing Organizations (CRDMO), today announced plans to significantly expand its biology capabilities at its integrated R&D campus in Hyderabad, India with a dedicated 75,000 sq. ft. facility and an augmented team of 170 biologists. The new facility will house expanded in vitro and in vivo biology services, DMPK and toxicology capabilities with the first set of labs scheduled to open in March 2021.

Upcoming Discovery Biology facility of Sai Life Sciences in Hyderabad, India
Upcoming Discovery Biology facility of Sai Life Sciences in Hyderabad, India

Making the announcement, CEO & Managing Director of Sai Life Sciences, Krishna Kanumuri said, “We aspire to deliver over 100 development candidates for our innovator partners by 2025. Our growing discovery biology team co-located with our teams

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Clarkson University Names Founding Dean of the Lewis School of Health Sciences

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Lenn Johns

Potsdam, NY, Oct. 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — After conducting a nationwide search, Clarkson University today announced Dr. Lennart D. Johns as founding dean of its Earl R. and Barbara D. Lewis School of Health Sciences.  

Johns will lead the Lewis School through a pivotal period that will strengthen and expand a growing portfolio of programs in the health sciences that assure the highest quality of education for students and advance careers, research and innovation with an emphasis on meeting rural and distance-challenged healthcare needs.   

Clarkson Provost Robyn Hannigan is looking forward to collaborating with Johns and the faculty to create a new identity for the health sciences across the University and externally through community impact.  “With Johns’ experiences and leadership, Clarkson is well poised for national prominence in rural healthcare. Johns understands the reality of the need for more quality rural healthcare options. He passionately

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Genome Sciences is delighted that Dr. Alison Feder has accepted our offer to be an assistant professor and will join the department in 2021. Dr. Feder is currently a Miller Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley. She is a mathematical biologist who studies evolutionary forces that drive rapid adaptation, such as that seen in

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USC Dornsife Career Pathways is committed to students’ career exploration, development, and personal health and well-being.  USC Dornsife Career Pathways will continue to serve its students and provide career services and resources amid the larger University efforts to address COVID-19.  To do so, we are moving our operation and services to a full on-line and remote model until further notice from USC Dornsife and University leadership.

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  • Career Advisement – You can continue to schedule appointments with career advisors at this link or through our website.  Appointments will be conducted by phone.  However, Advisors will follow-up with students prior to scheduled appointment to provide video conference option.
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Photo by Jose LucianaiPursuing a career in biology can be immensely rewarding and exciting. Studying biology teaches us to ask questions, make observations, evaluate evidence, and solve problems. Biologists learn how living things work, how they interact with one another, and how they evolve. They may study the evolution, natural history, and conservation of plants and animals; investigate the interactions of living organisms with light, the environment, or each other; or have careers in pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, or medical research. Their work increases our understanding about the natural world in which we live and helps us address issues of personal well being and worldwide concern, such as environmental degradation, threats to human health, and maintaining viable and abundant food supplies.

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Rutgers boasts one of the top Environmental Science undergraduate programs in the United States. Now our undergraduates will have the option of continuing their education by pursuing a one-year MS degree. Advantages of this new program include:

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