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In the Know: Healthcare News for June 17, 2019

‘What if we become the change we want to see’? We got a look at the slide deck of Bind, a startup that’s raised $70 million to upend the way we pay for healthcare Abbott touts real-world CGM data at diabetes conference AED Leader Cardiac Science Agrees to Be Acquired by ZOLL Upsher-Smith Laboratories Enters […]

For the Record with Tammy Lee, CEO, Nanocore

In February, Lee left her previous post as president and CEO of St. Paul-based Recombinetics, a platform technology company that gene-edits livestock for improved health and human therapeutic applications, for an explained leave of absence. Prior to that, she served as vice president of corporate affairs at Carlson companies as well as Delta Air Lines. Tammy Lee […]

2019 State Legislative Session Wrap Up

When the final gavel dropped early in the morning on May 25, the legislature had fulfilled its constitutional duty to pass a balanced budget. Various budget and policy priorities from both parties, both chambers, and the Governor’s office had fallen to the cutting room floor. Getting to this point – where each and every governor […]

Dr. Genevieve Melton-Meaux Teaches Resiliency and Advocacy

The doors to The Hutton House’s courtyard were open wide on a warm May afternoon as the nearly 200 attendees of the second Women in Health Leadership event checked in and began to meet their peers from across healthcare. The sold-out event brought women from all stages of their careers together to hear about new […]

Up & Running with Dr. Andres Acosta, Founder and Ross Higgins, COO of Phenomix Sciences

Andres J. Acosta, M.D., Ph.D., focuses his research on gastrointestinal physiology to understand the complexity of food intake regulation and obesity. Obesity is a primary cause of type 2 diabetes, fatty liver disease, cardiovascular disease and cancer. Dr. Acosta’s laboratory utilizes a combination of genetics, physiology, pharmacology, proteomics, metabolomics, and gastrointestinal and brain imaging to […]

Medical Alley Annual Dinner Brings Healthcare Leaders Together for Collaboration and Celebration

In its heyday around the turn of the 20th century, The Depot in downtown Minneapolis used to be filled with trains bringing grain and flour from Minnesota’s ample supply to the rest of the country. On Wednesday, The Depot once again served as a gathering point for Minnesota’s best, ready to go out to a […]

2019 Annual Dinner Photo Gallery

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