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Novartis leads $34 million round for Stanford spinout Annexon Bioscience - San Francisco Business Times (blog)


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Annexon Bioscience Inc., founded by Stanford neurobiology professor Ben Barres and Rinat Neuroscience co-founder Arnon Rosenthal, said Monday that the Series A-1 round was led by the venture arm of drug-development giant Novartis AG, Novartis ...
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Signaling Mechanism Could Be Target for Survival, Growth of Tumor Cells in ... - Newswise (press release)


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... Molecular Genetics, Neurology & Neurotherapeutics, Neuroscience and holder of the Thomas O. and Cinda Hicks Family Distinguished Chair in Alzheimer's Disease Research; David A. Boothman, Professor with the Simmons Cancer Center, Pharmacology ...

PhD Student Position in Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology / Neurosciences ... - Scientific American

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Good communication skills, ability to work in a team, strong commitment to the research project, and proficiency in English are essential. Previous laboratory experience in our research area (neuroscience, genetics, molecular biology, cellular biology ...

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