Monthly Archives: June 2018

Feinstein Institute scientist recognized for anticoagulation management practices

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MANHASSET, NY – Feinstein Institute for Medical Research Professor Alex C. Spyropoulos, MD, earned the 2018 IPRO Quality Award for championing, developing and educating health care professionals in anticoagulation management best practices. The award was presented during a ceremony at the annual meeting of the quality improvement organization IPRO. “I am honored to be recognized for my… read more

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Latest bioelectronic medicine discoveries focus of Feinstein Institute-hosted symposium

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STOCKHOLM – Leading researchers from neuroscience, molecular biology and bioengineering, discussed discoveries that drive the field of bioelectronic medicine forward at a recent three-day symposium. The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, the Karolinska Institutet and its journal, the Journal of Internal Medicine, hosted “Bioelectronic Medicine: Technology Targeting Molecular Mechanisms,” which took place June 12-14 in Stockholm Sweden. “With discoveries announced, the pace of bioelectronic medicine is accelerating,” said Kevin J. Tracey, MD, president and CEO of the… read more

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Elmezzi Scholar named public policy fellow of the American Association of Immunologists

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MANHASSET, NY – Feinstein Institute for Medical Research Elmezzi Graduate School of Molecular Medicine Scholar Gavin H. Imperato, MD, has been named a Public Policy Fellow of the American Association of Immunologists (AAI) for 2018-2019. Dr. Imperato is a PhD candidate at the Elmezzi Graduate School where he studies the neuroscience of immunity. He works with researchers… read more

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Chad Bouton discusses the future of Bioelectronic Medicine at the 2018 BIO International Convention

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Professor Chad Bouton joins leaders in bioelectronic medicine to discuss how nerve and brain implants can revolutionize treatment of disease and debilitating injury during a panel discussion at the 2018 BIO International Convention. Click here to view event details.

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Blood markers identify lupus risk, Feinstein Institute researchers find

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MANHASSET, NY – Feinstein Institute for Medical Research Professor Betty Diamond, MD, and colleagues discovered what they believe can identify a person’s risk for lupus by looking at the presence and amount of antibodies and a protein complex in blood. Health care professionals could now feasibly use these markers to anticipate which lupus patients might benefit from… read more

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