Johnson & Johnson BTW
- World Hepatitis Day — Why We Should All Think Again World Hepatitis Day — Why We Should All Think Again
By Kris Sterkens, Company Group Chairman, Janssen, the pharmaceutical companies of Johnson & Johnson, Asia Pacific Today is World Hepatitis Day, one of only four disease-related awareness days officially endorsed by the World Health Or [...]
- A WISER Path to Employee Volunteerism A WISER Path to Employee Volunteerism
Editor’s note: Johnson & Johnson has more than 128,000 employees around the world. Throughout 2014, we’re going to bring you their unique stories. Whether they are employees who work with a nonprofit, mentor children, or simply volun [.
- Our Statement on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 Our Statement on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17
By Paul Stoffels, M.D., Chief Scientific Officer, Johnson & Johnson and Worldwide Chairman, Janssen We are profoundly shocked and deeply saddened by the tragic loss of life from the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in Ukraine. Our [...]
- Making a Difference at the FIFA World Cup™ Making a Difference at the FIFA World Cup™
Throughout the FIFA World Cup™, Johnson & Johnson was proud to make a difference on and off the field. Now that the tournament has concluded, take a moment to learn about how Johnson & Johnson cared for the health and well-being of [...]
- Why I Raced to Brazil Why I Raced to Brazil
By Peter Monk, Senior Account Manager, Janssen Immunology UK My great passion is football — and helping those less fortunate than myself. Despite my obvious physical disability in only having one arm, I consider myself lucky. I do not live [...
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 [...]