FarmaKology Newsletter - Issue #36
AuriGen Medical are an NUI Galway medical device start up, developing the next generation in left atrial appendage implant technology for the treatment of medication resistant long standing persistent atrial fibrillation.
Multiple patients and staff at Ryde Hospital have been quarantined after coming into contact with a doctor diagnosed with COVID-19 as the number of cases in NSW jumps to 13, and more are expected overnight.Hospital emergency departments across the state are bracing for a deluge of patients, with health authorities predicting coronavirus outbreaks will converge with an early and severe flu season.
A formal partnership that combines Arctoris’ automated drug discovery platform and Molecule’s distributed IP ownership platform aims to reduce some of the problems facing drug discovery development initiatives across both industry and academia.
Synzi, a leading technology company, announced that it is providing home health agencies free use of its automated messaging to contact all of their patients with information about the coronavirus.
Iran is calling on its military to help with efforts to mitigate the coronavirus as it spreads rapidly across the country.Ayatollah Ali Khamenei gave the go-ahead to mobilize 300,000 soldiers and volunteers to combat the virus.