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Waller Adds 18 New Attorneys in Second Half of 2015
Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP has added 18 new attorneys since July 2015. Among the latest additions to Waller's roster of more than 200 attorneys are 2015 law school graduates who recently became licensed to practice.

Silicon Mechanics Announces 5th Annual Research Cluster Grant
(Supercomputing, booth 373) - Silicon Mechanics, a leading provider of servers, storage and high-performance computing solutions to the world's most innovative organizations, today at Supercomputing 2015 announced the opening of its 5th Annual Research Cluster Grant (RCG) program. Two institutions will be selected, and both will be awarded a complete high-performance computing (HPC) cluster

ITA Crowns Best Coders in the Midwest at the 2015 Tech Challenge
CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - November 09, 2015) - The Illinois Technology Association (ITA) held its sixth annual ITA Tech Challenge programming skills competition on Friday, November 6.

Plastic Surgeons in Chicago Detail Various Liposuction Techniques
Sometimes referred to as liposculpture or lipoplasty, liposuction can often be an excellent option for men and women interested in removing stubborn fat accumulations from various regions of the body, states Chicago plastic surgeon Lorri Cobbins, MD

Two Chicago Plastic Surgeons Highlight the Many Benefits of Fat Grafting
At The Aesthetic Institute of Chicago, board-certified plastic surgeons Brian Braithwaite, MD and Lorri Cobbins, MD strive to remain at the forefront of the ever-advancing field of cosmetic surgery. As part of this mission, the two physicians are quick to adopt the latest, most innovative aesthetic treatments that have proven to achieve excellent results both safely and effectively

Silicon Mechanics Announces Recipients of 4th Annual Research Cluster Grant
Silicon Mechanics, a leading provider of servers, storage and high performance computing solutions to the world's most innovative organizations, today announced the recipients of its fourth annual Research Cluster Grant (RCG): Dordt College, of Sioux Center, Iowa and The City College of New York (CCNY)

Dutch Student Named Global Student Entrepreneur of the Year
The Entrepreneurs' Organization's (EO) Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA), the premier global competition honoring the top student entrepreneurs who have founded and are running revenue-generating businesses, named Steinar Henskes, CEO of Bird Control Group from the Netherlands, as Global Student Entrepreneur of the Year

Plastic Surgeons in Chicago Reveal When to Consider Breast Lift With Augmentation
According to Dr. Lorri Cobbins, a plastic surgeon in Chicago, breast lift surgery (mastopexy) can elevate and recontour the br**ts for a younger-looking shape and projection, but the procedure cannot add a substantial amount of volume. Similarly, she adds, a breast augmentation can increase the size of the br**ts, but implants alone are not able to provide a significant lift

Global Student Entrepreneur Awards Announce 2015 Finalists in Contest for $20,000
The Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA), the premier competition for high school, undergraduate and graduate students running a business while still in school, today announced its list of the top student entrepreneurs in the world

Chicago Plastic Surgeons Highlight Three Techniques Used for Breast Lift Surgery
Mastopexy -- commonly referred to as breast lift surgery -- is intended to rejuvenate the appearance of br**ts that have lost volume and begun to sag as a result of pregnancy, weight fluctuations, gravity, and a variety of other factors

EO's Global Student Entrepreneur Awards Names Syracuse University Student as US National Champion
Entrepreneurs' Organization's (EO) Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) today announced that Daniel Goldberg, COO & co-founder of Diamond MMA, is the winner of their first-ever U.S. National Competition

St. Baldrick's Foundation Awards $2.5 Million in Pediatric Oncology Research Grants
The St. Baldrick's Foundation, a volunteer-driven and donor-centered charity dedicated to raising money for childhood cancer research, is proud to announce that its latest cycle of pediatric oncology research grants have totaled more than $2.5 million to fund 40 institutions across the U.S

Penn State Student Heading to Nationals at EO's Global Student Entrepreneur Awards
Penn State student, Mike Zaengle, won the DC Regional Competition of the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) on Thursday for his startup, GreenTowers, LLC, a LEED accredited urban agricultural and ecological research and design firm. Zaengle's company develops novel solutions for small-shareholder farmers to grow local produce directly within urban food deserts.

Veteran Healthcare Information Technology Attorneys Steve Blumenthal and Kristen Johns Join Waller
Waller, one of the nation's preeminent law firms serving the healthcare industry, announced today that Steven E. Blumenthal and Kristen F. Johns have joined the firm's Nashville office. Blumenthal is a veteran transactional attorney with extensive healthcare information technology (HIT) and data privacy and security experience

Chicago Plastic Surgeons on BOTOX Cosmetic and the Different Techniques for Men and Women
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the 2012 statistics for nonsurgical procedures reveal that more people received BOTOX® Cosmetic, Dysport®, and other botulinum toxin type A based injections than ever before

Interested in an Arm Lift? Two Chicago Plastic Surgeons Reveal All About the Procedure
Arm lift surgery, medically referred to as brachioplasty, is a cosmetic procedure intended to shape and contour the arms by removing excess skin and fat for a more shapely, toned look

Enrollment Rx Sponsors Salesforce.com Higher Education Summit
Enrollment Rx, the leading provider of cloud-based Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) solutions for higher education, today announced that the company will be a Gold Sponsor of the 2014 Salesforce Foundation Higher Education Summit. The Summit, which takes place June 5-6 in Tempe, Ariz

Align Technology Awards $270,000 as Part of Its University Research Award Program for Orthodontic Therapy and Intraoral Scanners
Align Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: ALGN) today announced awards totaling $270,000 in new research funding to eight universities in North America and six international universities for projects seeking to better understand orthodontic treatment and use of orthodontic scanners.

Chicago Plastic Surgeons Attend Baker Gordon Symposium to Improve Patient Care
Dr. Brian Braithwaite and Dr. Lorri Cobbins of The Aesthetic Institute of Chicago have recently returned from the 48th Annual Baker Gordon Educational Symposium held in Miami, FL

unite4:good and Variety Announce "unite4:humanity"Award Recipients
unite4:good (www.unite4good.org), the global movement for humanity, announces Alicia Keys as the Music Visionary Award recipient, Julia Louis-Dreyfus as the Creative Commitment in Television Award recipient and Selena Gomez as the recipient of the Young Humanitarian Award at the first ever unite4:humanity event in association with Variety (www.variety.com)

Device Co-Developed by San Diego Eye Doctor May Improve Corneal Transplant Success Rates
David J. Schanzlin, MD of Gordon-Weiss-Schanzlin Vision Institute in La Jolla recently performed the first corneal transplant for endothelial keratoplasty using the newly developed EK Injector from TDAK Medical Inc.

Utah Student Founder Named Entrepreneurs' Organization's Global Student Entrepreneur of the Year
The Entrepreneurs' Organization's Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA), the premier global competition honoring the top high school, college and graduate students who have founded and are running revenue-generating businesses, today announced Spencer Quinn, co-founder and CEO of FiberFix, as the Champion of the 2013 Global Student Entrepreneur Awards

Senior Litigation Consultant Strengthens The Focal Point LLC's National Jury Consulting Division-Leading East Coast Efforts
OAKLAND, CA and NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - October 28, 2013) - The country's leading trial consulting firm, The Focal Point LLC, announced the addition of John L. Hicks as senior graphics and jury consultant, strengthening the firm's national jury consulting division

Sequoia Waste Solutions Co-Founder Wins EO's Global Student Entrepreneur Awards' D.C. Regional Competition
The Entrepreneurs' Organization today announced the winner of the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards' regional competition in Washington D.C., Charlie Dolan, from Villanova University. The EO Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) is the premier global competition honoring the top high school, college and graduate students who have founded and are running revenue-generating businesses.

RGA Names J. Jeffrey "Jeff" Hopson as Senior Vice President, Investor Relations
Reinsurance Group of America, Incorporated (NYSE: RGA) announced today that J. Jeffrey ("Jeff") Hopson, 53, will join the company as Senior Vice President, Investor Relations, effective September 16, 2013. In this role, he will manage RGA's financial communications to the investment community, liaise with analysts and investors, and develop financial releases and presentations

Saint Louis University Hospital Selects iSirona for Medical Device Integration
iSirona, a provider of simplified solutions for medical device integration, today announced that Saint Louis University Hospital has selected iSirona's device connectivity solution

Chicago Bariatric Surgeon Employs Innovative Weight Loss Technique for a More Comfortable Recovery
Dr. Peter Rantis and the bariatric surgeons at Suburban Surgical Care Specialists/Kane Center in Chicago seek to help patients lose weight safely and effectively. While patients should expect some discomfort after weight loss surgery, Dr

Dr. Hugh Hetherington Weighs In on Rising Male Breast Reduction Trends
An article featured by the Daily Mail reports cosmetic surgeons have performed two times as many surgeries aimed to rid male patients of excess tissue around the br**ts as normal over the past five years. Dr. Hugh Hetherington, a cosmetic surgeon experienced with the procedure, took note of the rapid increase in popularity.

Male Plastic Surgery Now Represents 25-30% of Chicago Practice's Patients
Dr. Brian Braithwaite and Dr. Lorri Cobbins cater to both men and women at their Chicago plastic surgery practice. In fact, approximately 25-30% of The Aesthetic Institute of Chicago's patient population is male.

Chicago Plastic Surgeons Assist Mothers in Regaining Their Pre-Pregnancy Physiques
Dr. Brian Braithwaite and his partner Dr. Lorri Cobbins operate their Chicago plastic surgery practice with the knowledge that along with the gratification of motherhood, bearing and rearing children is difficult work. After pregnancy, most women experience dramatic changes to their physique. Since even the most vigorous exercise regimes and diets cannot always reverse these changes, Drs

Harris Broadcast Names Charlie Vogt CEO
Harris Broadcast, a portfolio company of The Gores Group and a global supplier of networking, routing and software solutions that create, manage, transmit, distribute and monetize multimedia content, today announced it has appointed Charlie Vogt as CEO, effective today

Chicago Plastic Surgeons on Distinctions Between Breast Augmentation Implant Materials
Dr. Brian Braithwaite and Dr. Lorri Cobbins, both board-certified Chicago plastic surgeons, strive to educate prospective breast augmentation patients before surgery about their options for implant sizing and materials. One major decision these patients make is choosing between silicone and saline implants

Breast Augmentation With Silicone Implants Increasingly Popular at Chicago Plastic Surgery Practice
Dr. Brian Braithwaite and Dr. Lorri Cobbins, both board-certified plastic surgeons in Chicago, focus on breast surgery, body contouring, and facial aesthetic surgery at The Aesthetic Institute of Chicago

First Woman Wins the Entrepreneurs' Organization's Global Student Entrepreneur Award
The Entrepreneurs' Organization's Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA), a global competition of students running revenue-generating businesses while carrying full college course loads, today announced the Global Student Entrepreneur of the Year Award Winner

The Entrepreneurs' Organization's Global Student Entrepreneur Awards 2012 Global Finals
The Entrepreneurs' Organization's Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA), the premier global competition for students who have founded and operate businesses while attending college or university, today announces the 2012 Global Finals

Suburban Surgical Care Specialists Notice Increase in Gastric Sleeve
The bariatric surgeons at Suburban Surgical Care Specialists and Kane Center have recently noticed an increased demand for gastric sleeve procedures. Dr. Peter C. Rantis, Jr., a surgeon at Suburban Surgical Care Specialists, observes that gastric sleeve procedures have been rising in popularity at his practice as people become aware of the option

Chicago Plastic Surgeons Stress Importance of In-Depth Consultations
According to recent statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), cosmetic procedures such as breast enhancement with breast implants and BOTOX® Cosmetic have risen in demand by five percent to over 13.8 million performed in 2010

AMA Foundation Presents $10,000 Scholarships to Outstanding Medical Students
The American Medical Association (AMA) Foundation granted Physicians of Tomorrow Awards to eighteen rising fourth-year medical students across the nation. Recipients were nominated by their medical schools and chosen based upon academics, financial need and community involvement. Each student will receive a $10,000 scholarship to defray medical school expenses

Chicago Plastic Surgery Practice Welcomes Plastic Surgeon Dr. Lorri Cobbins
The Aesthetic Institute of Chicago has welcomed plastic surgeon Lorri Cobbins, MD to the practice, according to the practice's founder and Chicago plastic surgeon Dr. Brian Braithwaite. Dr

Suffering From Back, Shoulder, Hip or Knee Pain? Don't Miss Dinner-with-the-Docs Program on Orthopedic Problems, Solutions
Diagnosing and treating orthopedic problems -- including back, shoulder, hip and knee pain -- will be the focus of "All Right Now!," a Dinner-with-the-Docs program sponsored by Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center (SMEMC). The buffet-dinner program will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on June 13 at Prasino, 1846 W. Division St., Chicago.

Genital Herpes vaccine comes closer to reality
Scientists have come up with an investigational vaccine that can protect some women against infection from one of the two types of herpes simplex viruses that cause genital herpes.

South African Social Entrepreneur Takes Top Spot at the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE -- The Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA), the premier international competition for high school, college and graduate students who have founded and are operating revenue-generating businesses, announced the 2011 Global Student Entrepreneur of the Year: Ludwick Marishane, founder of Headboy Industries LCC and senior at the University of Cape Town

United States, India, Puerto Rico, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Nigeria Nominate Most Students for Global Student Entrepreneur Awards
The 2011 Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA), the premier international competition for students taking a full course load while running a revenue-generating business, today announced the top 20 colleges and universities with the most student nominations to the competition

ECG Management Consultants, Inc. Welcomes Mr. Robert S. Fries to Its Academic Healthcare Practice
ECG Management Consultants, Inc., one of the nation's premier healthcare management consulting firms, welcomes Mr. Robert S. Fries back to ECG as a Senior Manager within the company's Academic Healthcare practice. The addition of Mr

Pill Burden a Key Concern With New Chronic Hepatitis C Drugs
This past Friday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the first of a new generation of chronic hepatitis C drugs, known as protease inhibitors. The drug, VICTRELIS® (boceprevir), from Merck & Co

Payless ShoeSource Names Andrew Meyer Senior Vice President and General Merchandise Manager of Women's and Accessories Collections
Payless ShoeSource announced today that Andrew Meyer has been named Senior Vice President and General Merchandise Manager for Payless' Women's and Accessories businesses, reporting to LuAnn Via, President and Chief Executive Officer of Payless.

Kitties and puppies make you happier, healthier
A new study has suggested that pets are good sources of social and emotional support for everyone, not just people facing health challenges.

Scientists identify molecules that help propel cancer metastasis
Researchers have identified a novel mechanism that can fight cancer spread by controlling the traffic of cells and fluid from tissues to lymphatic vessels.

Toxin that plays key role in triggering Parkinson's disease identified
Scientists have found evidence that a toxin produced by the brain is responsible for the series of cellular events that lead to Parkinson's disease.

'Anti-growth' hormone could reverse signs of aging
Scientists have discovered that a compound that acts opposite to a growth hormone could reverse the process of aging.

Global Student Entrepreneur Awards Announce Top Students Competing in 2010 Global Finals
The Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA), the premier competition for high school, undergraduate and graduate students running a business while still in school, today announced its list of the top student entrepreneurs in the world

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