Hot enough for you? Keeping babies warm in developing countries
In the United States, we rarely worry about newborn babies getting dangerously cold, but in poorer countries the basic provision of warmth can be extremely challenging. Although the World Health Organization (WHO) considers newborn thermal care a critical part of neonatal care, hypothermia remains a leading cause of sickness and death globally. Even in places [Read More]
Mobilizing on the back end of a disaster
Shannon Manzi, PharmD, chief pharmacist for the Massachusetts–1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team, directs the Clinical Pharmacogenomics Service at Boston Children’s Hospital and is team leader for Emergency and Combined Services in the hospital’s Department of Pharmacy. With MA-1 DMAT, she has deployed to Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and Hurricane Gustav in 2008 and [Read More]
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FY 2012 Annual Report released!
The 2012 report highlights TIDO's licensing revenue, specific licenses and collaborations, Technology Development Fund award winners, and selected clinical trial agreements.