June 25, 2007
Today's Forecast: Partly Sunny, High 83°
Tomorrow: Hazy Sunshine, High 91°
- New URMC Start-Up Introduces Statistical Analysis Software
- Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series
- Register Now for Sports Camps
- Event Highlight: Dave Rivello Jazz Ensemble
- Rochester in the News: Karl Kieburtz on Gene Therapy Treatment for Parkinson's, Sally Norton on Palliative Care
- In Higher Ed: Compromise on Stem Cell Bill
New URMC Start-Up Introduces Statistical Analysis Software
Random Technologies, the newest start-up company to emerge from the Medical Center, launched its statistical analysis software package at an international conference of drug industry professionals last week.
Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series
Toru Takao of Japan kicks off this year's Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series with a free performance on July 9 at 7 p.m. Concertgoers are welcome to bring bring blankets, lawn chairs, and picnics to enjoy the music on the Eastman Quadrangle.
Register Now for Sports Camps
University athletics is offering a series of sports camps directed by Rochester coaches.
Dave Rivello Jazz Ensemble:
Kilbourn Hall, Eastman School. 7:30 p.m.
For more events: www.rochester.edu/calendar
in the News
ABC News (June 22)
"New Treatment Promising For Parkinson's"
Karl Kieburtz, professor of neurology, comments on clinical trials of a gene therapy treatment for Parkinson's disease symptoms and urges caution in interpreting the treatment's benefits. (Also reported by CBS News, New York Times, MSNBC, Forbes, CNN, and many others.)
Washington Post (June 21)
"Early Palliative Care Cuts Time in ICU"
"One goal of a palliative care consultation is to provide assistance and support to patients and their families while they make health care decisions," says lead author Sally Norton, assistant professor at the School of Nursing, about a new study that indicates early proactive palliative care can reduce the length of stay in the intensive care unit for seriously ill patients.
Chronicle of Higher Ed (June 22)
"Senators Seek Compromise With Bush on Stem Cells"
"Members of the U.S. Senate are making another attempt at persuading President Bush to allow greater flexibility on the use of embryonic stem cells in federally supported research. On Wednesday, Mr. Bush vetoed a bill that would have expanded federal financing for research on stem cells derived from human embryos. The president said the provision would encourage the destruction of embryos, which he called human lives."
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