HOME >> BIOLOGY >> NEWS
SHRO signs agreement with Temple to continue biomedical research

The Sbarro Health Research Organization (SHRO) has reached an agreement with Temple University to continue funding the Sbarro Institute for Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine in Temple's College of Science and Technology (CST).

The agreement, which went into effect March 1, will collectively bring in more than $1 million in support for the Sbarro Institute, located on the Temple main campus in the Biology-Life Sciences building.

SHRO is an independent charitable organization that was founded in 1993 by Antonio Giordano, M.D., Ph.D. and Mario Sbarro, owner of the international restaurant chain Sbarro's. SHRO (http://www.shro.org) originally entered into a three-year partnership with Temple in 2002 to fund the Sbarro Institute.

"I'm very excited about the continuation of this partnership between Sbarro and Temple," said Giordano, director of the Sbarro Institute, who also is a professor of biology and co-director of the Center for Biotechnology at Temple. "The first three years at Temple were exceptional in terms of working with my colleagues at the University and the administration's support in promoting our efforts in biomedical research."

Under the new agreement, the Sbarro Institute will expand its research enterprise with the launch of a new program in molecular therapeutics. The program will be headed by the Sbarro Institute's Pier Paolo Claudio, M.D., Ph.D., an associate professor of biology and a member of the Center for Biotechnology.

"Our vision is to develop novel therapeutic approaches to combat a wide range of human diseases by taking advantage of the insights of bench top research and translating molecular genetic techniques to the patients' bedsides," Claudio said.

The molecular therapeutics program is the second new program to be launched by the Sbarro Institute within the past six months. Eva Surmacz, Ph.D., who joined Temple in November as an associate professor
'"/>

Contact: Preston M. Moretz
pmoretz@temple.edu
215-204-7476
Temple University
7-Jun-2005


Page: 1 2

Related biology news :

1. Rove beetles act as warning signs for clear-cutting consequences
2. Subtle signs can help predict Huntingtons disease early
3. Delft University of Technology designs language development toy for autistic children
4. Medieval Islamic designs reveal breakthrough in tiled pattern-making
5. Simple diagnostic test detects genetic signs of lung cancer in a patients sputum
6. MIT designs portable lab on a chip
7. Engineer designs system to put wastewater to work
8. Joslin discovers signs of residual islet cell function in people with long-term type 1 diabetes
9. Damaged Iraq marshes show renewed signs of life
10. Harvard Medical signs agreement with Merck to develop potential therapy for macular degeneration
11. Why are letters and other human visual signs shaped the way that they are?

Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:


(Date:5/16/2019)... ... 16, 2019 , ... SFC Fluidics, Inc. (SFC) has partnered with ... Discovery Partnership that was awarded to SFC Fluidics in 2018 by JDRF. , JDRF ... (AP) system for people with type 1 diabetes (T1D). By accelerating the development of ...
(Date:5/14/2019)... ... May 13, 2019 , ... NRD, ... Expo in Boston on May 15-16, 2019, the largest medical technology event in ... design engineering, and embedded systems product organizations. , They will be displaying their ...
(Date:5/8/2019)... ... May 08, 2019 , ... MMS ... the support services provided by Medrio , the leading provider of eClinical ... agreement. , By collaborating to position high-quality CRO services with Medrio’s fast ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):
(Date:5/8/2019)... POWAY, Calif. (PRWEB) , ... May 07, 2019 , ... Standing at 16.2 hands, Atlas ... busy too, participating in a drill team and barrel racing, among other activities. When ... suspensory ligament. He went from being a busy horse to only being able to ...
(Date:5/4/2019)... ... May 03, 2019 , ... Diopsys Inc, the ... ffERG/Photopic Negative Response vision test, a new full field electroretinography (ffERG) protocol ... that 6.3 million Americans will have glaucoma, with black Americans having the highest ...
(Date:5/2/2019)... ... 2019 , ... Stay on top of current hot topics through free webinars ... all webinars is free, so be sure to register today to save your place! ... to see our upcoming webinars: , CLINICAL TRIALS , May 7 – Oncology ...
(Date:4/25/2019)... ... April 23, 2019 , ... Frank is an albino, deaf Great Dane. His owners ... him due to his health issues. Despite his hearing impairment, he was always an active ... two would play all day, every day. As the two grew, playtime became rougher and ...
Breaking Biology Technology:
Cached News: