Biozona Weekly: Biomedical campus; New entrepreneurship dean; TGen study

May 29, 2014

By hammersmith

Phoenix hospital gets $19M gift to create thoracic transplant center
5/29/14 | Arizona Daily Star | Stephanie Innes

St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center–the only Arizona hospital performing lung transplants–recently received its largest-ever donation of $19 million to create a new center for thoracic medicine.

ASU’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group expands with new dean, wider focus
5/28/14 | Phoenix Business Journal | Hayley Ringle

Arizona State University’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group will expand in the fall as the college has named a new dean and plans a new focus to extend its entrepreneurial education to all students, faculty and the community.

Ulthera founder moves to new niche
5/27/14 | Phoenix Business Journal | Angela Gonzales

Guided Therapy Systems, which founded Ulthera LLC of Mesa, is getting into the musculoskeletal business and will focus on repairing injured tissue by combining ultrasound imaging with therapeutic ultrasound.

Bioscience campus’s impact in 10 years? 4 Super Bowls
5/23/14 | Arizona Republic | Into the Mind (Ann Weaver Hart)

University of Arizona President Ann Weaver Hart talks about the newest Phoenix biomedical campus addition–the Biosciences Partnership Building–as well as Arizona’s Bioscience Roadmap and the future of personalized medicine.

TGen-led study discovers genetic cause of rare ovarian cancer
5/23/14 | Arizona Capitol Times | Guest Opinion (Steve Yozwiak)

An international research team led by the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) recently found the cause of a rare type of ovarian cancer that most often strikes girls and young women.