Meredith English, Paul Holder

Meredith Isabel English and Paul Christopher Holder were married June 15 at Mallard Island Yacht Club, an events space in Manahawkin, N.J. The Rev. Scott Brown, a minister of the Reformed Church in America, officiated. The bride, 29, works in New York and Niwot, Colo., as the senior director of strategic programs and initiatives at…

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Erin Hanft, Benjamin Mantell

Dr. Erin Denise Hanft and Dr. Benjamin Stuart Mantell were married June 15. Cantor Lucy B. Fishbein officiated at the Ryland Inn, a restaurant and events space in Whitehouse Station, N.J. The bride and groom both work in New York at Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, which is part of the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital system. She is…

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Andrea Richter, Ashley Garry

Andrea Ann Richter and Ashley Alexander Garry were married June 15 in Indianapolis. The Rev. Carlton Beever performed the ceremony at St. Mary Roman Catholic Church, where he is the pastor. Ms. Richter-Garry, 33, is the vice president for international engagement at the Indiana Economic Development Corporation in Indianapolis. From 2016 to 2017, she led…

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Genetic study of the causes of excess liver iron may lead to better treatment

High levels of iron in the liver are linked to a number of serious health conditions including cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure and cardiovascular as well as liver disease. But measuring liver iron is difficult and until recently could only be done through an invasive biopsy. Now researchers from University of Exeter, UK, together with…

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Balancing data protection and research needs in the age of the GDPR

Scientific journals and funding bodies often require researchers to deposit individual genetic data from studies in research repositories in order to increase data sharing with the aim of enabling the reproducibility of new findings, as well as facilitating new discoveries. However, the introduction of new regulations such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)…

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Tiny probe that senses deep in the lung set to shed light on disease

IMAGE: This hair-sized probe can measure key indicators of tissue damage deep in the lung. view more  Credit: Michael Tanner, Herriot-Watt University and the University of Edinburgh. A hair-sized probe that can measure key indicators of tissue damage deep in the lung has been developed by scientists. The new technology could pave the way for accurate…

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Emma Dillon, Harry Fishbein

Emelia Preston Dillon and Harry Stone Fishbein were married June 15 at Ohana Family Camp in Post Mills, Vt. Jonathan E. Bos, a Universal Life minister who is a cousin of the bride, led a ceremony incorporating Jewish traditions. Ms. Dillon, 29, who goes by Emma, is a senior strategist at Mission Control, a Democratic…

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Amanda Neilan, Jason Beinstein

Amanda Clare Neilan and Jason Samuel Beinstein were married June 15 at the Senate Garage, an events space in Kingston, N.Y. Stuart B. Chernoff, a minister ordained by the Spiritual Humanist Church, performed a nondenominational ceremony. The bride, 29, is a pediatric nurse practitioner at NewYork-Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medicine. She graduated from Binghamton University, and received…

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Tracy Geltman, Jenifer Foote

Tracy Geltman and Jenifer Foote are to be married June 16 at the 91st Street Riverside Garden in New York. Suzanne Mondo, a retired justice of State Supreme Court in Kings County, is to officiate. Ms. Geltman (left), 38, is the chief operating officer of Stacey Mindich Productions, the producer of “Dear Evan Hansen” on…

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Abigail Orenstein, David Ash

Abigail Heather Orenstein and David Benjamin Ash were married June 15 at the Barn at Ridgeland Mansion, an events space in Philadelphia. Rabbi Seth Frisch officiated. The bride, 35, is a senior lecturer of the humanities at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and an adjunct professor of intellectual heritage at Temple, where she…

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