Pharmalittle: Grassley presses Novartis over data manipulation; top Trump drug policy adviser is leaving

first_img About the Author Reprints Pharmalittle: Grassley presses Novartis over data manipulation; top Trump drug policy adviser is leaving Unlock this article — plus daily coverage and analysis of the pharma industry — by subscribing to STAT+. First 30 days free. GET STARTED By Ed Silverman Aug. 13, 2019 Reprints What is it? Pharmalot Columnist, Senior Writer Ed covers the pharmaceutical industry. Ed Silverman Daily reporting and analysis The most comprehensive industry coverage from a powerhouse team of reporters Subscriber-only newsletters Daily newsletters to brief you on the most important industry news of the day STAT+ Conversations Weekly opportunities to engage with our reporters and leading industry experts in live video conversations Exclusive industry events Premium access to subscriber-only networking events around the country The best reporters in the industry The most trusted and well-connected newsroom in the health care industry And much more Exclusive interviews with industry leaders, profiles, and premium tools, like our CRISPR Trackr. Log In | Learn More Rise and shine, everyone, another busy day is on the way. Yes, it may be holiday time for many, but the world continues to spin for the rest of us. So fire up your coffee kettles and prepare for another round of meetings, deadlines, text messages, conference calls, encrypted chatter, and whatever else helps you move down the assembly line. Meanwhile, please enjoy the items of interest we have gathered. Hope your day is smashing and, as always, do keep in touch. We appreciate the missives, tips and suggestions. …A historic clinical trial has shown that two therapies made from Ebola antibodies appear to be improving survival rates among people who receive them, STAT reports. The announcement marks the first time a clinical trial has successfully shown that an Ebola therapy improves survival in people who have been infected. Only limited and preliminary data are available at this point, but the therapies showed mortality rates ranging from 29% to 53%.center_img What’s included? [email protected] Pharmalot STAT+ is STAT’s premium subscription service for in-depth biotech, pharma, policy, and life science coverage and analysis. Our award-winning team covers news on Wall Street, policy developments in Washington, early science breakthroughs and clinical trial results, and health care disruption in Silicon Valley and beyond. Alex Hogan/STAT GET STARTED @Pharmalot Tags Donald Trumpdrug pricinggovernment agenciesinfectious diseasepharmaceuticalspharmalittleSTAT+last_img read more

Wands VR developer raises $2.48m

first_imgWands VR developer raises $2.48mCortopia receives significant cash injectionChristopher DringHead of Games B2BThursday 4th January 2018Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareVR developer Cortopia has raised $2.48m in its latest round of funding.The firm, which developed 2016 VR game Wands, received the cash from multiple investors with support from its strategic partner Init Invest.Wands was a critical success back in 2016, and won best VR Game at the International Mobile Gaming Awards. It’s a first-person magic dueling game, and is available on all major VR platforms.Related JobsSenior Game Designer – UE4 – AAA United Kingdom Amiqus GamesProgrammer – REMOTE – work with industry veterans! North West Amiqus GamesJunior Video Editor – GLOBAL publisher United Kingdom Amiqus GamesDiscover more jobs in games The firm says it will use the investment to develop new VR, AR and MR projects, whilst turning Wands into a larger competitive product.”It has been a strategic and very intentional effort on our part to build great relationships with our platform partners,” said Cortopia CEO Andreas Skoglund, who joined the company in 2017 from EA DICE. “In addition to making great games, we want to make sure that we are a partner who sticks to the deadlines and makes use of the new VR technologies offered by the different platforms.”He continued: “I am very excited about what AR will do, both in terms of how we consume entertainment and how we live our lives. This new technology will introduce a whole new way of how we behave in everyday interactions and one of the major milestones we need to hit is understanding how games will look and work in this media 5 and 10 years from now.”Celebrating employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Daily Update and get the best of GamesIndustry.biz in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesAdopt Me developers unveil new studio, Uplift GamesTeam behind hit Roblox game has grown to over 40 employeesBy Danielle Partis 12 hours agoDeveloper wins against Grand Theft Auto DMCA takedownTake-Two loses claim to reversed-engineered source made by fansBy Danielle Partis 16 hours agoLatest comments Sign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now.last_img read more

Senior Profile: Brooke Kennedy, Manchester High School

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CULTURAL RESOURCES PROGRAM

first_imgLocation: Bldg. 3-1333 Reilly and Butner Streets, DPWPhone 396-6680Hours of Operation:Monday-Friday 0900-1700Weekends & Federal Holidays ClosedServices Provided: Encompasses archaeology, historic preservation and curation of collections. Our mission is to comply with Federal Laws and Army Regulations. In addition to compliance, we actively promote stewardship and preservation of Fort Bragg’s non-renewable cultural resources to share with today’s public and future generations.last_img

Permaul shines as Jaguars take control

first_imgLeft-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul bagged seven wickets yesterday for the Guyana Jaguars to extract the sting out of the Jamaica Scorpions on the opening day of their sixth-round West Indies Championship match at the Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium.The pint-sized spinner ended with figures of seven for 59 from 30.4 overs, as the Jamaicans struggled to negotiate the Guyanese spinners after being asked to take the first strike and were dismissed for 216.Jermaine Blackwood was once again the only bright spark for the home side, as the right-hander top-scored with a valiant 59 from 132 balls.The day began with the hosts getting off to a decent start with the opening pair of John Campbell and Alwyn Williams putting on 40 runs for the first wicket.The introduction of left-arm seamer Raymon Reifer did the trick for captain Leon Johnson, as Campbell was controversially given out caught behind for 20.Permaul then began his demolition duties, as he bowled both Williams and Paul Palmer Jr. for 12 and 4 respectively, to leave the home side reeling at 60 for 3.Blackwood and Nkrumah Bonner began the recovery mission and the pair added 58 runs for the fourth wicket before Permaul had Bonner lbw for 15.Blackwood and Denis Smith then shared in another useful 38 run partnership, but when Blackwood played around one from Permaul to be lbw for 59, the Scorpions innings went into decline.Smith fought his way to 23 from 82 balls, but when he was the eight-wicket to fall with the score on 197, the Scorpions innings quickly folded with Permaul having Nicholson Gordon caught at slip for 18.Off-spinner Kevin Sinclair picked up two wickets for two runs.The Guyanese openers safely negotiated two overs late in the day without a loss a wicket.last_img read more

Batting collapse sends Windies to depressing defeat

first_imgNOTTINGHAM, England,  CMC – Shai Hope and captain Jason Holder struck half-centuries but a late batting collapse sent West Indies to a hugely disappointing 15-run defeat to Australia, squandering an ideal opportunity to notch their second straight win of the ICC World Cup here yesterday. In pursuit of 289 at Trent Bridge in a contest marked by poor officiating, West Indies were well placed at one stage on 190 for four in the 35th over but then watched as five wickets tumbled for 66 runs, as the Caribbean side paid the price for injudicious strokes late in the innings and ended on 273 for nine off their 50 overs.Hope top-scored with a patient 68 off 105 balls that included seven fours, and appeared to be steering West Indies to victory but his demise in the 35th sparked the West Indies slide, handing Australia their second straight win of the tournament.Holder struck 51 off 57 balls with seven fours and a six and hopes of a Windies victory were kept alive once he remained at the wicket. Mitchell Starc’s return for a final spell, however, sounded the death knell, as he knocked over Carlos Brathwaite (16) and Holder in the 46th over to quickly end the Windies bid. Left-hander Nicholas Pooran struck 40 while Chris Gayle and Shimron Hetmyer both got 21, but West Indies lost wickets at key moments which hurt their run chase.Left-arm seamer Starc claimed five for 46 while fast bowler Pat Cummins supported with two for 41.Tail-ender Nathan Coulter-Nile had earlier struck a career-best 92 and stroke-maker Steve Smith, 73, as Australia recovered from 38 for four in the eighth over to reach 288 all out off 49 overs.   Coulter-Nile, batting at number eight, struck eight fours and four sixes in a robust 60-ball knock which dug the Aussies out of trouble while Smith faced 103 balls and counted seven fours.Brathwaite got wickets at the back end of the innings to end with three for 67 while fellow pacers Andre Russell (2-41), Sheldon Cottrell (2-56) and Oshane Thomas (2-63) finished with two wickets each.West Indies drew first blood in the encounter after choosing to bowl first, unleashing a hostile pace assault on the reigning World champions which left them stunned early in the day. Thomas produced an absolute beauty to remove captain Aaron Finch for six to a catch at the wicket in the third over with the score on 15, the right-hander edging a quick length ball which shaped away.In the very next over, a frustrated David Warner steered Cottrell to Hetmyer at point to fall for three and left-hander Usman Khawaja (13), struck a fierce blow on the helmet by Thomas in the third over, edged Russell for wicketkeeper Shai Hope to take a brilliant one-handed catch diving low to his left in the fifth over.When Glenn Maxwell top-edged a pull at Cottrell off the second ball he faced and was caught off a skyer by Hope in the eighth over without scoring, Australia looked in danger of collapse. However, Smith came to his side’s rescue, first in a fifth wicket stand of 41 with Marcus Stoinis (19) before adding a further 68 for the sixth wicket with wicketkeeper Alex Carey whose 45 came from 55 balls and included seven fours.Stoinis pulled captain Holder to Pooran at short mid-wicket in the 17th over and Carey feathered a catch to Hope in a new spell from Russell in the 31st over but Smith combined with Coulter-Nile to further frustrate West Indies in a pivotal 102-run stand for the seventh wicket.The partnership was ended in the 45th over by a superb running catch at backward square by Cottrell, who raced around the boundary to pluck Smith’s flick off Thomas out of the air. With the momentum taking him over the ropes, he released the ball just long enough to leap back on-field to complete the catch.In reply, West Indies’ start was less than ideal as they lost both Evin Lewis (1) and Gayle cheaply to be two down for 31 in the fifth over. The left-handed Lewis edged Cummins to second slip in the second over while Gayle, who was twice reprieved by DRS after being erroneously given out in successive deliveries by New Zealand umpire Chris Gaffaney in the third over, finally fell to a marginal lbw decision to Starc two overs later.TV replays revealed the standing umpire had missed a huge no-ball off the previous delivery, however, meaning Gayle should have instead benefited from a free hit.Hope then repaired the Windies innings in a 68-run, third wicket with Pooran before adding a further 50 for the fourth wicket with Hetmyer. Pooran looked untroubled in his 36-ball innings which included five fours and a six before miscuing a heave over the top and falling to a catch at point by Finch off leg-spinner Adam Zampa in the 20th over.Hetmyer, meanwhile, blasted three fours and was just moving into another gear when he was sent back by Hope in a mix up over a single in the 28th over and was run out at the non-striker’s end.Hope, who counted seven fours, then combined with Holder to post 41 for the fifth wicket but his soft dismissal, caught at mid on off Cummins, sparked the slide for West Indies. Russell blasted two fours and a six in an 11-ball 15 but then unnecessarily holed out to a running catch at point by Maxwell off Starc with West Indies needing just 73 runs off 67 balls.And all hope evaporated when Brathwaite drilled a Starc full toss to long on and Holder – twice reprieved by DRS after being mistakenly adjudged lbw on seven and 23 – pulled an innocuous delivery to short fine leg off the same bowler three balls later.last_img read more

New class of excitement

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Voices raised in celebration

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When life gives you lockdown, make locks!

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Prominent Local Leader Passed Away Sunday

first_imgThadious Wayne Hooper, 86, of the Speedwell community, Cullowhee, died Sunday February 7, 2016 following a period of declining health.Wayne was born August 21, 1929, in Speedwell to the late William Clinton and Maude Bumgarner Hooper. He was also preceded in death by three brothers, Kenneth, Raymond and Ralph Hooper, an infant sister, and a nephew, Anthony Hooper. Wayne was a 1948 graduate of Cullowhee High School. He joined the US Army in 1951 and served as a tank commander during the Korean War. He attained the rank of staff sergeant. Following an honorable discharge from the Army, he graduated from Western Carolina University with a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial technology. He served as postmaster of the Cullowhee Post Office from 1961 to 1973 then spent the next five years in the construction business. He built and ran the Speedwell General Store during that time. In November, 1978, Wayne was elected Chairman of the Jackson County Board of Commissioners. He held that elected position until his retirement in 1994. During his tenure as commissioner, he served as President of the NC Association of County Commissioners and was a recipient of the Order of the Long Leaf Pine. Wayne was a member of the Speedwell United Methodist Church and a 50-year member of the East LaPorte Masonic Lodge. He enjoyed fly fishing, hunting, camping and travel, and always kept his family members his highest priority.Wayne is survived by his wife of 55 years, Sue Smith Hooper, daughters Dana Hooper Wiseman and Christi Hooper (husband, Billy Freeman), and a brother, Gordon Hooper (wife, Sue). He is also survived by grandchildren, Brent Wiseman, Mary Grace Davis, Bo Wiseman and Ellie Freeman, twenty-two nieces and nephews and their families.A memorial service is planned for Friday, February 12, 2016, at 2 pm, at the chapel of Appalachian Funeral Services in Sylva, with the Reverend Verlin Bryson officiating, assisted by Dana Tucker. The family will receive friends Friday from noon until 2 pm at Appalachian Funeral Services. A private interment will take place at the Hooper-Speedwell Cemetery.The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Hooper-Speedwell Cemetery Fund, care of Janette Fox, 376 Silver Fox Drive, Cullowhee, NC 28723. An online registry is available atwww.appalachianfuneralservices.comlast_img read more