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State Tipoffs Involving Missouri Newsletter for Sunday March 08, 2020 ( 49 items )  

Benchmark Litigation Names Husch Blackwell Nebraska Law Firm of the Year
KANSAS CITY, Missouri, March 3 -- Husch Blackwell, a law firm, issued the following news release, dated Feb. 28: Benchmark Litigation, a leading global legal directory exclusively dedicated to covering litigation, recognized Husch Blackwell as its 2020 Law Firm of the Year in the state of Nebraska. Husch Blackwell was also shortlisted for the 2020 Law Firm of the Year award in Wisconsin. Husch Blackwell's recognition as the Nebraska Law Firm of the Year was due in large part to the firm's work   more

BKD Expands Offerings With Modeling Solution, Synario for Colleges & Universities
SPRINGFIELD, Missouri, March 5 -- BKD, a certified public accountant and advisory firm, issued the following news release: BKD CPAs & Advisors has partnered with PFM Solutions LLC to expand solutions to help colleges and universities improve financial sustainability through agile, intelligent financial modeling software, Synopsis Powered by Synario(TM). "We understand many higher education leaders are using outdated modeling tools or Excel spreadsheets to make institution-wide decisions," said  more

BKD Offers Price Transparency Solutions for Health Care Providers
SPRINGFIELD, Missouri, March 4 -- BKD, a certified public accountant and advisory firm, issued the following news release: To better serve clients, BKD National Health Care Group has expanded its Health Care Performance Advisory Services (HCPAS) offerings to include services to aid and guide providers as they navigate the final rule on price transparency published by CMS in November 2019. The new requirements call for hospitals to implement a more transparent pricing strategy for items and ser  more

Clay County Economic Development Council: Cities Celebrate Health Growth and Plans for More
GLADSTONE, Missouri, March 2 -- The Clay County Economic Development Council issued the following news release: A variety of developments across the region were highlighted during the 2020 Clay County State of the Cities Luncheon Feb. 28. The annual meeting, sponsored by the Clay County Economic Development Council, featured reports from representatives of Excelsior Springs, Gladstone, Kansas City, Kearney, Lawson, Liberty, North Kansas City, Pleasant Valley and Smithville. More than 200 peopl  more

Clay County Economic Development Council: Growth in Partnership Is Good News for Clay County Big 4 Goals
GLADSTONE, Missouri, March 2 -- The Clay County Economic Development Council issued the following news release: Steady growth of a collaborative project involving Liberty Hospital and the University of Missouri bodes well for a major goal of the Clay County EDC. The MU Orthopaedic Surgeons at Liberty Hospital program last fall added two fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons. The Clay County Strategic Plan update announced late in 2019 hopes to use the program as the foundation for a major tre  more

Concordia Seminary: Kathy Luther Named Seminary Support Executive Director
ST. LOUIS, Missouri, Feb. 28 -- Concordia Seminary issued the following news: Kathy Luther joined Concordia Seminary, St. Louis in December as executive director of Seminary Support in Seminary Advancement. In this role, Luther oversees a staff of 20 and directs fund development strategies, including the major gifts and annual giving programs. "We are delighted to welcome Kathy to our team," says Vicki Biggs, senior vice president for Seminary Advancement and chief communications officer. "Kat  more

Democratic Party of Missouri Executive Director Gepford Issues Statement Regarding Supreme Court Decision on Affordable Care Act
KANSAS CITY, Missouri, March 3 -- The Democratic Party of Missouri issued the following statement by Executive Director Lauren Gepford: The Supreme Court revealed that it intends to hear a third case deciding the fate of the Affordable Care Act and, by extension, the fate of the 20 million Americans who will lose healthcare coverage if the ACA is repealed. "The message that the Republicans challenging the ACA are sending is loud and clear - they don't care whether you can afford the health ca  more

DHSS Releases Draft Rule Revisions and New FAQs for Medical Marijuana
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, March 7 -- The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services issued the following news release: The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) has begun the process of revising its rules for Missouri's medical marijuana program. As was the case for all other regulations proposed for this program, the Department will post drafts of revised rules on its website for public comment before filing them. "This process, while unusual, proved invaluable in es  more

Enterprise Fleet Management Receives Four Stevie Awards for Excellence in Sales & Customer Service
ST. LOUIS, Missouri, March 5 -- Enterprise Holdings, a provider of car rental, carsharing, truck rental, fleet management, retail car sales and transportation services, issued the following news release: Enterprise Fleet Management took home four awards at the 14th annual Stevie(R) Awards for Sales & Customer Service banquet held in Las Vegas on Feb. 28, earning recognition for its fleet replacement analysis tool and account management strategy. The fleet management company was awarded two Silv  more

Enterprise Holdings: Refunds to Wheel Funds - Cars Top Tax Refund Wish Lists, Enterprise Survey Reveals
ST. LOUIS, Missouri, March 4 -- Enterprise Holdings, a provider of car rental, carsharing, truck rental, fleet management, retail car sales and transportation services, issued the following news release: Save it ... or spend it? That's the question on the minds of millions of Americans as April 15 looms and tax refunds are distributed. A new survey by Enterprise Car Sales reveals that - for the 45% of us who are in a spending mood this year - buying a car tops the refund wish list. The new sur  more

Husch Blackwell Encourages Startups to Apply for Get Started Omaha Pitch Competition
KANSAS CITY, Missouri, March 6 -- Husch Blackwell, a law firm, issued the following news release: Husch Blackwell, sponsor of Get Started Omaha (GSO), a launchpad for entrepreneurs to showcase their seed-stage startups and create meaningful connections with potential partners and investors, invites startups from around the country to participate in the GSO competition by the final application deadline of Friday, March 13. GSO-eligible startups are those that have raised less than $200,000 in f  more

Husch Blackwell Report Explores the Rise of Hybrid P3 Model
KANSAS CITY, Missouri, March 4 -- Husch Blackwell, a law firm, issued the following news release: Husch Blackwell is pleased to announce the release of its third annual Public-Private Partnership Report and the results of its sixth annual survey of registrants attending the Public-Private Partnership Conference & Expo (P3C), held in Dallas, Texas, March 2-4, 2020. Conference registrants were surveyed on various topics relating to the health of and appetite for public-private partnership (P3) a  more

Husch Blackwell Secures Appellate Victory for Express Scripts in Putative Class Action
KANSAS CITY, Missouri, March 3 -- Husch Blackwell, a law firm, issued the following news release: Husch Blackwell prevailed on behalf of Express Scripts, Inc. (ESI), when a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit, affirmed a lower court's summary judgment order dismissing a lawsuit filed by multiple health plans alleging that ESI had breached common law and ERISA fiduciary duties. The long-running case, Lynch v. National Prescription Administrators et al., was part of several dozen   more

Iowa DNR: Water Summary Update
DES MOINES, Iowa, March 6 -- The Iowa Department of Natural Resources issued the following news release: * * * - Drier February improves stream levels across Iowa * * * With a drier February, stream levels have improved across much of the state, according to the latest Water Summary Update. "The recent drier than normal conditions are welcome statewide," said Tim Hall, DNR's coordinator of hydrology resources. "The winter was drier and warmer than normal, and hydrologic conditions are in g  more

Kansas City International Airport Addresses Coronavirus/COVID-19
KANSAS CITY, Missouri, March 5 -- Kansas City International Airport issued the following news release: KCAD custodial crews are more frequently checking and restocking rest room soap, hand sanitizer and paper towels. They are also stepping up cleaning and disinfecting efforts in rest rooms and other high-contact areas such as doors, drinking fountains and counters. Employees wear arm-length gloves to have the adequate skin protection along with more face masks, should they choose. Three-plus mo  more

Kansas City Southern Mike Upchurch to Address the Bank of America 2020 Global Industrials Conference
KANSAS CITY, Missouri, March 4 -- Kansas City Southern issued the following news release: Kansas City Southern (KCS) (NYSE: KSU) Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Michael W. Upchurch, will address the Bank of America 2020 Global Industrials Conference taking place in London, United Kingdom. Mr. Upchurch will present at 3:40 p.m. Greenwich Mean Time, or 11:40 a.m. Eastern Time, on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Interested investors not attending the conference may listen to the pr  more

Kansas Corporation Commission Issues Order Involving Consolidated Communications of Missouri
TOPEKA, Kansas, March 6 -- The Kansas Corporation Commission issued the following order (No. 20-FCMT-373-TAR): In the Matter of Consolidated Communications of Missouri Company, Filing Tariff Revision for KCC General Exchange Tariff No. 1 - Early Term Fee ORDER ASSESSING COSTS The above-captioned matter comes before the State Corporation Commission of the State of Kansas (Commission) for consideration and determination. Having examined its files and records and being fully advised in the premis  more

Missouri House Panel Told Missouri Is Ready for Coronavirus
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, March 4 -- The Missouri House of Representatives issued the following news on March 3: A Missouri House panel heard from three doctors, including the Director of the Department of Health and Senior Services, about how ready the state is for the coronavirus. Legislators heard Missouri is very prepared and that the best thing Missourians can do to prevent the disease from spreading is wash their hands. "We have been meeting daily since January 27," DHSS Director Randal  more

Missouri House Votes to Allow Felons to Work in Places That Sell Alcohol, Lottery Tickets
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, March 7 -- The Missouri House of Representatives issued the following news: A House Bill that would remove the restriction on felons working in businesses that sell alcohol and lottery tickets was sent Thursday to the Senate. House Bill 1468 would also lift the requirement that employers with liquor licenses notify the state of any employees with felony convictions. Bill sponsor Cheri Toalson Reisch (R-Hallsville) said the bill will not only make it easier for felons   more

Missouri PSC Sets Intervention Deadline in Missouri-American Infrastructure System Replacement Surcharge Request
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, March 4 -- The Missouri Public Service Commission issued the following news release: Missouri-American Water Company (MAWC) has filed an application with the Missouri Public Service Commission seeking to adjust the infrastructure system replacement surcharge (ISRS) on the bills of its St. Louis County customers. MAWC first established an ISRS on customer bills in December 2003. MAWC seeks the ISRS change to reflect infrastructure replacement investments made by the wa  more

Missouri Republican Party: Eric Schmitt Announces Candidacy for Attorney General
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, March 5 -- The Missouri Republican Party issued the following news release: This week Eric Schmitt announced his candidacy for Missouri Attorney General with a new video spotlighting his work representing six million Missourians as our state's chief legal officer. Attorney General Schmitt has been working every day to protect all Missourians by helping achieve justice for survivors of sexual assault, taking on big opioid manufacturers, cracking down on human trafficki  more

Missouri Republican Party: Jill Schupp Ditches Job to Raise Money With Nancy Pelosi
ST. LOUIS, Missouri, March 5 -- The Missouri Republican Party issued the following news release: One of first things Jill Schupp did after she made her campaign for Congress official on Tuesday was to fly to Washington, DC, to raise money with Nancy Pelosi. While Schupp's State Senate colleagues were working through an all-night filibuster, Schupp was rubbing elbows with Nancy Pelosi and the national political director for Planned Parenthood, Yasmin Radjy. "In case Missourians were wondering   more

Missouri Secretary of State Ashcroft Reminds Investors to Beware of Con Artists Looking to Profit From Fear and Uncertainty
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, March 3 -- Missouri Secretary of State Jay R. Ashcroft issued the following news release: In light of the ongoing developments related to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and its impact on financial markets, Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft is reminding investors in Missouri to beware of con artists seeking to capitalize on fear and uncertainty. "We know con artists are opportunistic and use current events to cloak their schemes with an air of imm  more

Missouri University of Science & Technology Announces New Director of Athletics
ROLLA, Missouri, March 6 -- Missouri University of Science and Technology issued the following news release: Missouri S&T has chosen a new director of athletics and recreation to lead the Miner Athletics program. Melissa Ringhausen, associate director of athletics at McKendree University in Lebanon, Illinois, will head the program starting this summer. She will succeed Mark Mullin, S&T's director of athletics since 1992, who will retire in September. Missouri S&T conducted a national search f  more

Missouri University of Science & Technology: More Broadband Research Needed For Missouri's Rural Areas, Says Expert
ROLLA, Missouri, March 6 -- Missouri University of Science and Technology issued the following news release on March 5: The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will invest $176 million over 10 years to connect Missourians in rural areas to high-speed internet. But with more than 1 million residents who need access, systems expert Dr. Casey Canfield says bridging the digital divide will also take an investment in broadband research. "Analytical research can help decision-makers make more st  more

Mo. A.G. Schmitt Files Suit, Shuts Down Pike County Dog Breeder for Violations of the Animal Care Facilities Act
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, March 7 -- Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt issued the following news release: Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced his office has filed a lawsuit, citing violations of the Animal Care Facilities Act (ACFA), and obtained a temporary restraining order against Cornerstone Farms, a dog breeding company operated by Debra Ritter and located in Curryville, Missouri. This case was referred to the Attorney General's Office by the Missouri Department of Agricu  more

Mo. A.G. Schmitt, Governor Parson Kick Off Consumer Protection Week in Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, March 3 -- Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt issued the following news release: Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Governor Mike Parson announced the start Consumer Protection Week in Missouri, a week dedicated to raising awareness about scams and fraud facing consumers and bringing attention to efforts to prevent, investigate, and prosecute scams and fraud. National Consumer Protection Week, which is put on by the Federal Trade Commission, occurs nationwi  more

Mo. A.G. Schmitt: Fourth Batch of Untested Sexual Assault Kits Delivered to Lab From Columbia Police Department
COLUMBIA, Missouri, March 7 -- Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt issued the following news release: Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced that the fourth round of untested sexual assault kits identified in the SAFE Kits Initiative inventory have been delivered to the lab from the Columbia Police Department. The kits were gathered at Columbia Police Department as a host agency from neighboring agencies on Tuesday to protect the chain of custody and streamline the process. "When   more

Mo. Department of Natural Resources Saves $6.1 Million by Refinancing State Revolving Funds
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, March 7 -- The Missouri Department of Natural Resources issued the following news release: The Environmental Improvement and Energy Resources Authority (EIERA) and Missouri Department of Natural Resources have refinanced both the Clean Water State Revolving Fund and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund bonds, with a total principal value of $74.1 million. The transactions are expected to generate over $6.1 million in savings for state revolving fund programs. The savin  more

Mo. Department of Transportation: New Chair, Vice Chair for Highways and Transportation Commission
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, March 5 -- The Missouri Department of Transportation issued the following news on March 4: John W. Briscoe, New London, is the new chair of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission (MHTC), and Michael T. Waters, Orrick, is the new vice chair. The commission elected them at its monthly meeting in Jefferson City. Briscoe and Waters succeed Michael Pace, West Plains, and Gregg Smith, Clinton, who have each served two terms as chair and two terms as vice chair  more

Mo. Gov. Parson Announces First Assistant Attorney General Thomas Albus as Circuit Judge for the 21st Judicial Circuit
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, March 7 -- Gov. Michael Parson, R-Missouri, issued the following news release: Governor Mike Parson announced the appointment of Thomas Albus as Circuit Judge for the 21st Judicial Circuit in St. Louis County effective April 1, 2020. He will fill the Circuit Judge vacancy created by the retirement of the Honorable Gloria Clark Reno. Mr. Albus, of Glendale, currently serves as the First Assistant Attorney General for the State of Missouri. He holds a bachelor's degre  more

Mo. Gov. Parson Appoints Heather R. Cunningham as Associate Circuit Judge for the 21st Judicial Circuit
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, March 7 -- Gov. Michael Parson, R-Missouri, issued the following news release: Governor Mike Parson announced the appointment of Heather R. Cunningham as Associate Circuit Judge for the 21st Judicial Circuit. She will fill the Associate Circuit Judge vacancy created by the appointment of the Honorable Jason Dodson to Circuit Judge. Ms. Cunningham, of Ballwin, is currently a Family Court Commissioner in the Juvenile Division of the 21st Circuit. She holds a Bachelor   more

Mo. Gov. Parson Joins Cabinet Members, SEMA Officials, and External Stakeholders for COVID-19 Briefing and Press Conference
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, March 4 -- Gov. Michael Parson, R-Missouri, issued the following news release on March 3: Governor Mike Parson joined Missouri Cabinet members, Missouri State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) officials, and external stakeholders for a briefing and press conference regarding COVID-19. Today's briefing furthered the state's current preparedness measures should an outbreak occur in Missouri. "As Governor, I have no greater responsibility than to keep all Missourians h  more

Mo. Gov. Parson Taxpayers to Save $3 Million Through Bond Refinancing
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, March 6 -- Gov. Michael Parson, R-Missouri, issued the following news release: This week, the State of Missouri will refinance a current series of bonds, saving Missouri taxpayers approximately $3 million. "This bond sale is just one example of how we continue working to maintain our AAA credit rating, which will save millions for Missouri taxpayers," Governor Mike Parson said. Specifically, the refinancing will refund a portion of the outstanding bonds issued to fun  more

Mo. Office of Administration Releases February 2020 General Revenue Report
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, March 6 -- The Missouri Office of Administration issued the following news release: State Budget Director Dan Haug announced that net general revenue collections for February 2020 increased 22.2 percent compared to those for February 2019, from $561.0 million last year to $685.4 million this year. Net general revenue for collections for 2020 fiscal year-to-date increased 7.2 percent compared to February 2019, from $5.67 billion last year to $6.08 billion this year. G  more

Polsinelli Expands Venture Capital Capabilities With New Group of Six Attorneys in Boston
KANSAS CITY, Missouri, March 6 -- Polsinelli, a law firm, issued the following news release on March 6: Am Law 100 firm Polsinelli has expanded its national Venture Capital & Emerging Growth Companies Practice with a new team of six attorneys, led by Shareholders Matthew S. Eckert and Prithvi Tanwar. The new group, which has worked together for several years providing full-service legal counsel to early- and growth-stage technology-based companies, is located in Polsinelli's Boston office and   more

Polsinelli Grows Financial Services Litigation Practice With Five New Lawyers
KANSAS CITY, Missouri, March 3 -- Polsinelli, a law firm, issued the following news release: * * * - The new Financial Services Litigation attorneys span five office locations across the country, from Seattle to New York City * * * Am Law 100 firm Polsinelli has expanded its financial services litigation capabilities across the nation, adding four new shareholders and one counsel, located in five of the firm's offices coast-to-coast. Polsinelli welcomes Brendan I. Herbert (Miami), Aaron Wagn  more

Three Husch Blackwell Attorneys Named to Thomson Reuters 2020 Texas Rising Stars
KANSAS CITY, Missouri, March 7 -- Husch Blackwell, a law firm, issued the following news release: Three Texas-based Husch Blackwell attorneys have been named to the 2020 Thomson Reuters Texas Rising Stars list. */Jameson J. Watts, Austin - Business Litigation * Sabrina A. Neff, Houston - Business Litigation * Lauren E. Hayes, Austin - Business Litigation No more than two-and-a-half percent of attorneys in a state are named Rising Stars. The lawyers who make this list must be under 40 years   more

University of Missouri Faculty Team Receives AEJMC Senior Scholars Grant to Help in Their Study of Articles Written 'by Journalists About Journalism'
COLUMBIA, Missouri, Feb. 25 [TNSgrants] -- The University of Missouri's School of Journalism issued the following news release: * * * - Funds will help improve Discourse of Journalism database, making it more user-friendly and accessible to more people. * * * Three faculty members from the Missouri School of Journalism recently received a $5,000 Senior Scholars grant from the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication for a research project. Associate professors Amanda H  more

University of Missouri School of Journalism Associate Professor Amy Simons Wins National Excellence in Teaching Award
COLUMBIA, Missouri, Feb. 27 -- The University of Missouri's School of Journalism issued the following news release: Missouri School of Journalism Associate Professor Amy Simons received the 2020 Excellence in Teaching Award from the University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA). UPCEA is a leading national organization for online education. The award recognizes those who have made significant contributions to credit or noncredit programs and who have provided inspiration  more

University of Missouri: Be on Guard for Forage Insect Pests in Missouri
GALENA, Missouri, March 6 -- The University of Missouri's College of Food and Natural Resources issued the following news: Insect invasions advanced more slowly when ships and wagons moved crops. Pests can hop aboard an airplane and infest a new area in short order. That makes it more important than ever to watch for agricultural insect pests, says Tim Schnakenberg of University of Missouri Extension. Schnakenberg is a field specialist in agronomy in the heart of hay country. In 2016, he and o  more

University of Missouri: Reducing Problem Behaviors for Children With Autism
COLUMBIA, Missouri, March 5 [TNSsociologyresearch] -- The University of Missouri issued the following news release: * * * - MU researcher develops flexible intervention technique that is easier for parents, caregivers to implement * * * Self-inflicted injury, aggression toward others and yelling are common problem behaviors associated with young children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. These actions can result from the child being denied attention or access to items they enjoy, as w  more

University of Missouri: Sanvello is for Anytime, Anywhere
COLUMBIA, Missouri, March 7 -- The University of Missouri issued the following news release: * * * - The University of Missouri is offering an app that can help with stress, anxiety and depression * * * A new initiative by the University of Missouri is helping members of the university community be proactive about their mental health -- and it all starts with picking up the phone. Last fall, the University of Missouri launched a system wide subscription to Sanvello, an app that offers techn  more

University of Missouri: Sweater Weather is Time to Sow Seeds
COLUMBIA, Missouri, March 7 -- The University of Missouri's College of Food and Natural Resources issued the following news: It is difficult to think about gardening in the midst of sweater weather. "However, now is the perfect time to start seeds of certain garden plants indoors so they will be ready for transplant when warmer weather arrives," said University of Missouri Extension horticulture specialist David Trinklein. By kick-starting the growing season, you will have flowers and produce   more

University of Missouri: Test in Spring for Soybean Cyst Nematode
COLUMBIA, Missouri, March 5 -- The University of Missouri's College of Food and Natural Resources issued the following news on March 4: Test for soybean cyst nematode (SCN) in the spring before planting, says University of Missouri Extension plant pathologist Kaitlyn Bissonnette. Data from MU researchers shows SCN field populations are becoming more virulent on commercial soybean cultivars, Bissonnette says. SCN quickly began spreading in Missouri in the 1970s and gained a strong foothold in   more

Washington University St. Louis School of Medicine: Immune Cells Play Surprising Role in Heart, Mouse Study Suggests
ST. LOUIS, Missouri, March 4 [TNSmedicalresearch] -- The Washington University St. Louis School of Medicine issued the following news release: * * * - Immune system's B cells appear to influence how heart develops, beats * * * New research in mice suggests that certain immune cells may help guide fetal development of the heart and play a role in how the adult heart beats, according to new research at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. The findings, published in the journ  more

Washington University St. Louis School of Medicine: Radiation Therapy for Colon Cancer Works Better When Specific Protein Blocked
ST. LOUIS, Missouri, March 4 [TNSmedicalresearch] -- The Washington University St. Louis School of Medicine issued the following news release: * * * - Targeting protein helps radiation destroy tumor cells while preserving healthy tissue * * * Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis appear to have discovered a way to make radiation therapy for colorectal cancer more effective by inhibiting a protein found in cancer cells in the gut. The approach also helps protect  more

Washington University St. Louis School of Medicine: School of Medicine Physicians, Researchers Tackle Coronavirus
ST. LOUIS, Missouri, March 6 -- The Washington University St. Louis School of Medicine issued the following news release: * * * - Clinical teams ready; research for vaccines, drugs underway * * * Soon after a novel coronavirus first appeared in China in late 2019, researchers, doctors and staff at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis began preparing for the possibility of an outbreak. Infectious disease physicians started planning how to respond if a person with suspected ex  more

Washington University to Break Ground on Major Neuroscience Research Hub
ST. LOUIS, Missouri, March 7 -- The Washington University St. Louis School of Medicine issued the following news release: * * * - New construction will inspire discovery, collaboration, faculty recruitment at School of Medicine * * * Washington University in St. Louis will begin construction in March on an 11-story, 609,000-square-foot neuroscience research building on the School of Medicine campus. The project initially will bring together more than 100 research teams focused on solving the  more