KinergyCare is a Virginia-based startup and a Virginia Bio member that is requesting feedback from this community on a care coaching and coordination approach that focuses on the needs of patients with cardiovascular disease. We’re pioneering a new approach that combines patient data on health capabilities with a personalized intervention based on behavioral science. The result should be a more personalized clinical intervention and coaching approach that better ensures lasting behavioral change. We’re looking to talk with stakeholders such as cardiologists, nurses, care management teams, and administrators to learn more about the unmet needs. This outreach is part of our participation in the Spring cohort of the Roanoke Acceleration and Mentoring Program (RAMP), so we would really appreciate any help. Please help us by filling in this brief, 10 question survey. Also, if you have some guidance or can connect us with someone in your network that fits the above roles please contact KinergyCare CEO Art Spivy at email@example.com or (571) 277-5373. Thanks for your help!
Danville organization invests in Blacksburg’s CytoRecovery medical cell sorting company
Danville’s investment might mean a CytoRecovery presence in Danville, such as office operations or an internship at Danville Community College. CytoRecovery’s cell sorting could improve understanding of disease and development of drugs. CytoRecovery, an early-stage company that invented and patented less invasive cell sorting, will be able to bring its cell research platform to market …
Ceres Nanosciences Receives $1.4M From NIH RADx Initiative to Add Five Additional Wastewater-Based Epidemiology Centers of Excellence
MANASSAS, Virginia – Ceres Nanosciences (Ceres), a privately held company that makes innovative products to improve life science research and diagnostic testing, is announcing today that it is expanding the network of wastewater-based epidemiology centers of excellence that was established with support from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) RADx® initiative. With a new $1.4 …
Alliance for Building Better Medicine Names Joy Polefrone as Executive Director
Joy Polefrone, Ph.D. will Lead the Organization in Its Mission to Create a Reliable Supply of Safe, High-Quality, and Affordable Medicines in the U.S. Richmond/Petersburg– Alliance for Building Better Medicine, a coalition of public and private sector stakeholders in the Richmond-Petersburg region, today announced that it has appointed Joy Marie Polefrone, Ph.D., as the organization’s executive director. …