Dr. Myron Tong lead author of a paper on the management of Hepatitis B Virus in Asian Americans titled An Expert Consensus for the management of chronic hepatitis B in Asian Americans. The paper can be read here.
Julia Bradsher recently was named president and chief executive officer of Pasadena-based Huntington Medical Research Institutes. The rest of the article can be read here: Outlook Article - J.Bradsher 7.5.2018
The Altadena Guild of Huntington Memorial Hospital, a local nonprofit, celebrated the conclusion of its year with the installation of the new Board and a presentation of a check to Huntington Medical Research Institutes. Read the press release here.
Dr. Michael Harrington is the co-author on a paper titled “Dynamic Sodium Imaging at Ultra-High Field Reveals Progression in a Preclinical Migraine Model” published in Pain, the Journal of the International Association for the Study of Pain. The abstract can be read here.
Huntington Medical Research Institutes, an independent biomedical research center in Pasadena, announced June 27 it appointed Julia Bradsher as chief executive. You can read the rest of the article here.
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Pasadena-Based Huntington Medical Research Institutes Names New CEO Read the full Pasadena Now article here.
Dr. Robert Kloner has co-authored a paper in the Sexual Medicine Reviews titled “Cardiovascular Safety of Phosphodiesterase Type 5 Inhibitors After Nearly 2 Decades on the Market The paper can be read here.
After an extensive national search, Dr. Julia Bradsher has been named President and Chief Executive Officer of HMRI. Dr. Bradsher’s first day in her new role will be August 6th. Dr. Bradsher most recently served as President and CEO of the International Food Protection Training Institute... read more →
Karen Chu of HMRI’s Advanced Imaging Center presenting her poster titled “Decreased Cerebral Blood Volume Among Those with Chronic Brain Insult in HIV” at the Annual International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine in Paris, France on June 19. You can access her poster here.