Category Archives: Bulletin

Fall 2017 JLABS San Diego Events

 September 27 :: Capturing the Data: Improving Patient Outcomes 3:00-5:00pm :: Register Here Could the advancement of new technologies leveraging data and analytics hold the key to transforming healthcare into a more patient centric and cost efficient model? Startups are innovating in areas such as data aggregation, risk stratification, outcomes reporting and even staffing standardization … Continue reading Fall 2017 JLABS San Diego Events

CLSI and SENS Research Foundation Launch Rejuvenation Biology Collaboration

On September 11, 2017, the California Life Sciences Institute (CLSI) and SENS Research Foundation (SRF) held the first “Rejuvenation Biotechnology Showcase” at the UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center with over 100 persons in attendance. The evening included a snapshot of technologies at SRF as well as presentations from four FAST graduate companies whose technologies hold … Continue reading CLSI and SENS Research Foundation Launch Rejuvenation Biology Collaboration

CARB-X Updates

September 2017 Read the latest of CARB-X: CARB-X publishes first annual report. Highlighting its pipeline of 18 promising research projects with 8 new classes of antibiotics to treat the most urgent drug-resistant gram-negative bacteria. Read More CARB-XED, GARDP, ASM, and ESCMID hosted Antibiotic Bootcamps at ASM-ESCMID conference on antibiotic R&D Read More CARB-X-funded Proteus IRC’s … Continue reading CARB-X Updates

FAST & Fellows Round Up

September 2017 Read the latest in FAST and Fellows news: GigaGen (FAST Spring 2015) studies published in peer-reviewed journal mAbs, on validating its novel monoclonal antibody discovery approach in mouse and human antibody repertoires Read More Former CLSA Fellow Alzeca, which is developing an imaging agent to help doctors detect Alzheimer’s disease at its earliest … Continue reading FAST & Fellows Round Up

Sonoma County Takes on Take Back

On Sept. 12, the Sonoma Board of Supervisors held a new hearing on take back ordinance options for the County. At the Board’s last hearing on the subject in October of 2016, it had directed staff to begin drafting an ordinance for drug take back while also researching the potential need and possibility of including the disposal of sharps into the legislation.