Johnson & Johnson BTW
- Celebrating Giving Tuesday Celebrating Giving Tuesday
Welcome to #GivingTuesday! Johnson & Johnson is proud to support the 92nd St Y and the United Nations Foundation in this movement to come together and give back to communities, organizations and people in need. To celebrate giving toda [...]
- A Glimpse of the Needs of People Living with HIV in Haiti A Glimpse of the Needs of People Living with HIV in Haiti
By Dr. Perry Mohammed, Medical Director of the Janssen Global Access and Partnerships Program As a physician and a native of Trinidad and Tobago, the health needs of people living in the Caribbean are never far from my mind. As medical dire [...]
- Marking World AIDS Day Marking World AIDS Day
Since the first discovery of HIV in the 1980s, there has been much progress in the prevention and treatment of the infection and the disease. World AIDS Day, which takes place today, December 1, serves as a reminder that while significant [...]
- Thanksgiving Dinner with a Mustache, Anyone? Thanksgiving Dinner with a Mustache, Anyone?
By David Silver, Product Director at Janssen Biotech, Inc. Disruptive mustaches are an annual focal point of Thanksgiving dinners in my household. For my wife, nothing screams “Let’s give thanks for this meal” more than looking across the [.
- THE VISION CARE INSTITUTE® Hits Amazing Milestone THE VISION CARE INSTITUTE® Hits Amazing Milestone
by Ian Davies, Head of Global Professional Education at Johnson and Johnson Vision Care When we started planning for THE VISION CARE INSTITUTE® (TVCI) back in 2004, every meeting finished with the same question and the same worried look on [...]
More than Medicine GSK
- Celebrating Health IT Week Celebrating Health IT Week
- Collaborating for change Collaborating for change
- 2013 GSK Opportunity Scholars Speak from the Heart 2013 GSK Opportunity Scholars Speak from the Heart
- The quest for a Malaria Vaccine: An impossible dream? The quest for a Malaria Vaccine: An impossible dream?
- GSK wins InformationWeek 500 Business Value Award for IT Innovation GSK wins InformationWeek 500 Business Value Award for IT Innovation
Pfizer Think Science Now
- Bartholomew’s BioNotes: Lister’s Bacteria could fight cancer Bartholomew’s BioNotes: Lister’s Bacteria could fight cancer
Listeria monocytogenes is a bacterium named after the famed scientist Joseph Lister who popularized sterility during surgical procedures. Listeria infection can cause gastrointestinal upset and fever. Some scientists recently modified and w [...]
- Telehealthcare Leaders Forum 2013 Telehealthcare Leaders Forum 2013
This week on the Human-TECH blog about Humans – Technology, Ethics, Content and Healthcare Delivery, I write about the Telehealthcare Leaders Forum. The first annual Telehealthcare Leaders Forum brought together key stakeholders to discuss [...]
- Star Trek: Aging in Science Fiction Star Trek: Aging in Science Fiction
This week on the Human-TECH blog about Humans – Technology, Ethics, Content and Healthcare Delivery, we discuss Star Trek and how episodes have dealt with the topic of aging. Several episodes of Star Trek have explored the effects of rapid [...]
- Bartholomew’s Bionotes: Time to Curtail the Carnitine? Bartholomew’s Bionotes: Time to Curtail the Carnitine?
Carnitine is a chemical inside cells which helps maintain the health of mitochondria, the organelles within cells that produce energy. Carnitine in your diet may be an entirely different story. Found in red meat and some energy drinks but l [...]
- HeLa Revisited HeLa Revisited
This week on the Human-TECH blog about Humans – Technology, Ethics, Content and Healthcare Delivery, we revisit a previous topic. I read The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks last year which prompted me to write HeLa Cells and Henrietta Lack [...]