Sphingotec’s biomarker penKid® predicts septic acute kidney injury

High penKid® plasma levels identified all ED patients with hidden AKI and AKI at admission and reflected worsening of kidney function. penKid® point-of-care (POC) implementation in EDs could eliminate current limitations of AKI prediction in septic patients allowing physicians to adjust treatment and therapy monitoring of patients with suspected AKI. An automated CE-marked…

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Understanding the adolescent brain

New research from University of Alberta neuroscientists shows that the brains of adolescents struggling with mental-health issues may be wired differently from those of their healthy peers. This collaborative research, led by Anthony Singhal, professor and chair in the Department of Psychology, involved adolescents between the ages of 14 and 17 who had a history…

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Leaders of Texas innovation join forces to improve research to commercialization in the state

DALLAS– Texas’ premiere scientific research organization, TAMEST (The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas), will host a multi-disciplinary conference on innovation as part of TAMEST’s 2020 Annual Conference: Innovating Texas in Dallas from January 7-9, 2020. The conference aims to catalyze research commercialization by creating forums of state experts on innovation to work…

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