Tag Archives: Services

Amazon Web Services, Google, and DeepMind support launch of the first of its kind AI and computer science institute in Eastern Europe

INSAIT, a new institute for computer science, artificial intelligence, and technology – the first in the region to offer world-class research facilities and globally competitive compensation – will be located in Sofia, Bulgaria $ 3.75M in financial support from Amazon Web Services (AWS), $ 3M from Google, $ 285,000 from DeepMind, $ 6.5M from SiteGround… Read More »

Florida governor vetoes funding for mental health services for Pulse shooting survivors

Loading the player… Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has sparked outrage after he cut mental health funding for services for survivors and family members of victims of the Pulse nightclub mass shooting. On Wednesday, DeSantis slashed $ 900,000 in funding for LGBTQ programs that serve people in Central Florida. According to reports, before approving a new… Read More »

How will HIV services be provided when the pandemic is over?

The large shift from face-to-face to telephone appointments in HIV services over the last year has identified some advantages, possibilities and challenges, explored in numerous presentations at the joint British HIV Association and British Association of Sexual Health and HIV conference last week. Ammi Shah of Public Health England presented national data, showing that there… Read More »

European HIV doctors conduct their first-ever region-wide audit of services

Pilot project shows it is possible to measure and compare HIV services in widely different countries For the first time, the European AIDS Clinical Society (EACS) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) have conducted an audit of one aspect of HIV clinical services, measuring provision in five disparate countries against one… Read More »

‘Virtual Pharmacology’ Yields Unprecedented Biological Clock Breakthrough – UCSF News Services

New drugs to treat circadian rhythm disturbances like jet lag, insomnia and shift work-associated sleep disorders may be on the horizon thanks to an unprecedented breakthrough made possible by ultra-large-scale “virtual pharmacology,” a cutting-edge technique that allows scientists to rapidly test hundreds of millions of molecules in computer simulations to identify those with the greatest… Read More »

Infographic: Consumers Are Turning to Telehealth and Innovative Mobile Medicine Services – Adweek

| 2 days ago From accessing medical records to speaking to physicians, Americans are turning to mobile medicine as a supplement to healthcare coverage. Users are taking advantage of innovative mobile medicine services for convenience, control and cost—and of course, when they need additional support. An Omnicom Media Group survey found 86% of people have… Read More »