Board certified or eligible in Endocrinology, Diabetes, andMetabolism. Eligible for Virginia licensure. Seasoned specialistwho possesses national and/or international recognition in theclinical and research disciplines of endocrinology, diabetes, andmetabolism. Appropriate level of administrative and solid researchprogram experience commensurate with a senior faculty position.Clear evidence of accomplishment in teaching, clinical and otherprofessional activities and related administrative experiencecommensurate with appointment to a senior level faculty position. Asolid record of scientific achievement in the field evidenced byboth publications and extramural peer-reviewed research funding. Aresearch program that will advance the research agenda of theDivision of Endocrinology and Metabolism. Demonstrated experienceworking in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and studentenvironment or commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCU. Preferred Qualifications Is this employee on a H1B Visa? Open Until FilledYes Mission or Goal of Unit * If you selected ‘Other’ for your referral source pleaseindicate where you heard about this posting. (If you did not select’Other,’ please enter ‘n/a.’)(Open Ended Question)* Are you board certified or eligible in Endocrinology,Diabetes, and Metabolism?YesNo School/UnitSchool of Medicine Quick Linkhttps://www.vcujobs.com/postings/37714 This position will have a key role in advancing the researchmission with a focus on translational endocrine, diabetes andmetabolic research and will work collaboratively all members of theSchool of Medicine to enhance research achievements. Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsCurriculum Vitae (CV)Reference Letter – 1Reference Letter – 2Reference Letter – 3Optional Documents Posting DetailsEmployees hired into Administrative and Professional positionsposted on or after July 1, 2017, will be governed by and, ifemployed on July 1, 2018 will move into the new University HumanResources System. For additional information, go tohttp://greatplace.vcu.edu. Date Posted06/03/2014 Posted Salary Grant funded position?No DepartmentInternal Medicine Chief purpose of this position in support of above mission orgoal 1. Teaching: Trains medical students, residents and fellows whilein the clinic. Expected to actively participate in providingresearch opportunities to fellows. Mentors junior faculty. 2.Research: Writes and submits grant applications during the courseof the academic year. Writes and publishes multiple manuscriptsduring the course of an academic year. Serves as a PI orCo-investigator on peer-reviewed grants and is responsible forcomplying with all institution and sponsors terms and conditionsfor grant funding. Ensures resources are utilized optimally foradvancing the research program. Participates in multidisciplinarygrant applications and promotes collaborative research within theDivision and across the Academic community. 3. Service: Serves oninstitutional committees, study sections, review groups, as ajournal editor, or editorial boards. 4. Clinical: Attends on theinpatient wards and consult service, and/or sees patients in theoutpatient clinic. Applicant should submit a CV and three letters of reference tohttps://www.vcujobs.com. For more information, please contactKatherine Mulloy, Associate Administrator, Division ofEndocrinology & Metabolism at [email protected] Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). PURSUE THE RESEARCH, CLINICAL, AND EDUCATION MISSIONS OF THEACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTER IN THE AREAS OF ENDOCRINOLOGY, METABOLISM,AND DIABETES . THROUGH BENCH RESEARCH, TRANSLATIONAL STUDIES,CLINICAL TRIALS AND THE RIGOROUS STUDY OF PREVENTION AND CONTROL,OUR SCIENTISTS PURSUE THE MANY ROLES OF MEDICINE IN TREATING,PREVENTING AND CONTROLLING THE ADVERSE EFFECTS OF ENDOCRINE ANDMETABOLIC DISORDERS . OUR HALLMARK ACTIVITY IS TRANSLATIONALRESEARCH, WHERE OUR PHYSICIANS AND SCIENTISTS WORK TO BRINGLABORATORY DISCOVERIES TO THE PATIENT BEDSIDE AS QUICKLY AND SAFELYAS POSSIBLE . SIMILARLY, THE CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS ARE THOROUGHLYCHARACTERIZED AND MECHANISTICALLY ANALYZED IN THE LABORATORYSETTING . THROUGH OUR TRAINING PROGRAMS, OUR FACULTY TRAIN THE NEXTGENERATION OF SCIENTISTS AND PHYSICIANS TO FURTHER ADVANCE SCIENCEAND PRACTICE . 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THE UNIVERSITY has given the go-ahead to plans to build a new Middle East Centre at St Anthony’s College after positive feedback from local residents. The Centre, known as the Stonebridge Building, has been designed by Zaha Hadid, a Baghdad-born architect famous for her outlandish form-bending designs, and will provide new facilities, including a library and an enlarged lecture theatre. The centre’s planned redevelopment has previously been criticised as having the potential to cause social problems in the local residential area.Described as an “elongated tunnel” and resembling the upturned hull of a ship, the new structure will be situated between Victorian and Edwardian era houses on Woodstock Road in north Oxford.Dr Eugene Rogan, director of the Middle East Centre, said, “We knew that we would get a modern design as soon as we went to Zaha Hadid. Her designs sit comfortably between the two buildings. It is a 21st century structure that does not overpower or upstage the surrounding buildings.”Rogan added, “I am sure people who do not like modern architecture will find grounds for objecting to this. It is a question of taste.”On Friday, an anonymous blogger rebuked the plans on local website ‘thisisoxford.’They wrote, “So who exactly is going to stop the University doing exactly what they want to? The University can and will do anything in this City that it has a mind to.”Debbie Dance, director of Oxford Preservation Trust which was not invited to the consultation, said, “It is always good to see new and innovative designs coming forward, but whether this building is right in this place is the question to be answered. “This area of North Oxford has a recognisable character which is valued by many people, and we look forward to understanding how the architect and College feel that their proposals are to add to this in a positive way.”A University spokesperson claimed that the response from local residents had been positive.”Neighbourhood consultations were well attended and the plans were generally well received. Some of those who attended offered criticisms of the plans for the Softbridge building, but most of the comments fed back to the Middle East Centre have been favourable,” they said.Hadid’s other projects have included the Mind Zone at the Millennium Dome, the Rosenthal Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, and the BMW Central Building in Leipzig. She is also charged with building the 2012 Olympic Aquatics centre in East London.
Setlist: The Disco Biscuits at Camp Bisco, Montage Mountain, PA – 7/16/16I: Pygmy Twylyte-> Humuhumunukunukuapua’a (inverted)-> Viola Lee Blues-> Shelby Rose-> Little Betty BoopII: Sweating Bullets-> Minions-> Pimp Blue Rikki-> Aceetobee-> Down Under (Men at Work cover)-> Aceetobee-> White Lines (Grandmaster Flash & Melle Mel cover)-> AcetobeeIII: King of the World-> Little Shimmy in a Conga Line-> Cyclone-> Basis for a Day (inverted)-> Tricycle-> Basis for a Day-> Little Shimmy in a Conga Line-> Basis for a DayE: Story of the WorldPhotos by Djivan Schapira – B.a.D Photography. Full Gallery: Load remaining images The Disco Biscuits wrapped up a strong three night stand at their home festival, Camp Bisco, yesterday. The band added one set per day, starting with one on Thursday, two on Friday, and three on Saturday. Naturally, with six full sets, the band dug deep into their catalog and pulled out some great music.With three full sets yesterday, the band got things started with a down home daytime set. As Biscuits fans made their way down to the main stage, they were treated to an opening “Pygmy Twylyte” jam that wound its way into the classic “Humuhumunukunukuapua’a,” this time played inverted. They kept things grooving in that daytime set with a bust out cover of “Viola Lee Blues,” a Cannon’s Jug Stompers song most known for its role in Grateful Dead setlists. The jam surely harkened back to the Biscuits time playing with the Dead drummers, but they kept things raging at Bisco with a “Shelby Rose -> Little Betty Boop” to close the set.Watch the full set footage below, courtesy of UphoricTV:The two following sets brought more of the Biscuits heat to their festival, bringing out familiar tunes like “Sweating Bullets,” “Aceetobee,” “Little Shimmy in a Conga Line,” “Basis For A Day” and more. They closed out the festival with a soaring version of “Story of the World” as their encore. What a show!Watch sets two and three of the final night, below.
With Umphrey’s McGee’s mash up album ZONKEY due out on November 11th, the band has been sharing individual tracks from their new release. The band has been cleverly combining cover songs by different bands for many years now, though ZONKEY marks the first such effort in the studio.The newest track to premiere (via Relix) is “Electric Avenue To Hell,” a mash-up of Eddy Grant’s “Electric Avenue” and AC/DC’s “Highway To Hell,” with parts of UM’s original “The Triple Wide” as well. The track features Jennifer Hartswick on vocals, a fact that instantly elevates any studio cut.Take a listen to the newest ZONKEY track to debut, below.
Back in September, Live For Live Music talked to Joel Cummins of Umphrey’s McGee and Aron Magner of The Disco Biscuits about the two bands’ ongoing prank war with one another. The friendly prank war has been going on for a while now between the two jam giants, with past retaliations including lowering dildos from the ceiling during shows and, over the summer, Umphrey’s using a photo of a passed-out Jon “Barber” Gutwillig on their all-access credentials.EXCLUSIVE: Joel Cummins Talks Umphrey’s/Biscuits Prank War And Post-World Series Hang With The CubsEXCLUSIVE: The Disco Biscuits’ Aron Magner Talks Prank War With Umphrey’s, Spotify, And BCALast weekend, The Disco Biscuits rounded out their three-night Colorado run with a final performance at Denver’s Fillmore Auditorium. During the fiery final show of the run, the jamtronica juggernauts offered up a stand-out performance with highlights throughout—including snow machines firing off toward the tail end of second set and an extravagant show-closing encore of Edvard Greig‘s famous late 1800’s orchestral composition “In The Hall of the Mountain King” (marking the group’s first rendition of the piece since 7/10/04 [643 shows]).Disco Biscuits Cover Ginuwine, Make It Snow Indoors In Colorado Finale [Full Video]However, one particularly hilarious moment during the over-the-top show came during the second set, when the band offered up an out-of-field and ridiculous cover of Ginuwine’s “Same Ol’ G” coming out of “Crickets” . Continuing the long-running joke and prank war with Umphrey’s, Barber changed the lyrics of the song to reference the incident that landed him on Umphrey’s laminates. You can watch the video of the Biscuits’ cover of Ginuwine’s “Same Ol’ G”, plus read the new and improved lyrics to the 90’s hit tune below, as posted by bassist Marc Brownstein on Facebook. Disco Biscuits’ lyrics for “Same Ol’ G”, 11/18/2017: I used to be the main one touring,But now I choose to stay at home.Most of my friends still touring,This time the G’s full grown.And I think about my future lately,Whatever that may be.And now it’s pretty clear to me,That I can just be G.I went to the show to see Umphrey’s McGee,I went backstage and I feel asleep,Paparazzi taking pictures of me,And you know I was barely free.Them boys aint got nothing on me,I did the laminate all for free,I ain’t changed and I’ll always beThe same ol GIf I want to play a party,1000 people come along.And I wear a 1 piece jumpsuit,Cause I can just zip that on.[Photo: Rios Photos]
View Comments The sun comes up, we think about her. The coffee cup, we think about her. The 2014 Olivier Awards took place on April 13 at London’s Royal Opera House, and Bernadette Peters took to the stage to sing Stephen Sondheim’s ultimate tear-jerking ballad, “Losing My Mind” from Follies. Peters, who last appeared on Broadway in the 2011 revival of Follies and recently sang even more Sondheim in A Bed and a Chair, delivered an emotional performance of a song that has become a signature tune for the two-time Tony winner. Grab a handkerchief and watch the performance below! Star Files Bernadette Peters
Customer deposits1,176 $0.21 Divisional operating income: Other income, net July 4, July 3, July 4, Manufacturing 30,559 $6,638 2009 515 $ 1,713 (55) $0.19 5,265 Selling, general and administrative expenses: 1,521 Accumulated other comprehensive loss(4,633) — Stockholders’ equity: Borrowings under line of credit– (1,322) 391 Income tax expense 1,078 $10,036 Strategic options and lawsuit expenses 2010 Net revenue: $ 58,452 695 8,025 1,602 Other long-term assets530 — 48 2,090 Salary continuation5,243 1,746 Total net revenue Accrued post retirement benefits1,637 4,055 $(0.07) Accrued expenses1,998 1,562 4,802 236 1,285 $1,561 7,416 135 1,106 (52) (144) 1,130 331 Quarry 3,156 4,810 1,264 Three Months Ended 1,163 Unallocated corporate overhead 1,773 (34,746) Manufacturing 1,641 537 508 1,784 Gross profit: 2,536 583 $(0.07) Accrued pension cost4,522 (84) 692 Quarry (421) Rock of Ages Corporation,Rock of Ages Corporation (NASDAQ:ROAC) announced today that net income for the second quarter of 2010 increased 9% to $1,561,000, or $.21 per share, which included costs associated with the exploration of strategic options and shareholder lawsuit expenses of $493,000, or $0.07 per share. For the second quarter of 2009, net income was $1,433,000, or $.19 per share. Revenue for this year’s second quarter increased 2% to $14,663,000 compared to $14,424,000 for the second quarter of 2009. Divisional operating income increased 26% to $3,200,000 compared to $2,536,000 last year, and unallocated corporate overhead decreased to $669,000 from $692,000.Manufacturing revenue for the second quarter of 2010 increased 7% to $8,025,000 compared to $7,512,000 for the second quarter of 2009, as sales of monuments and industrial products both increased. Operating income in the manufacturing segment increased to $1,562,000 from $1,373,000 a year ago, reflecting the higher revenue and cost reduction steps initiated last year. “We remain confident regarding the performance of our manufacturing operations for 2010 as a whole,” said Chief Executive Officer Donald Labonte.Quarry revenue for the second quarter of 2010 decreased 4% to $6,638,000 compared to $6,912,000 for the second quarter of 2009, but operating income increased 41% to $1,638,000 compared to $1,163,000 last year, reflecting lower operating expenses and higher productivity due to the development and production improvements undertaken in the past year. “Our quarry development programs have increased our ability to produce and deliver higher quantities of saleable granite. Demand for our granites remains strong, so we are optimistic about quarry performance going forward,” Labonte said.Six Months ResultsFor the six months ended July 3, 2010, revenue increased 9% to $22,174,000 from $20,362,000 for the first six months of 2009. Gross profit increased 21%, SG&A was down slightly, and divisional income increased 97% compared to the first half of 2009.The net loss for the first half of 2010 was $531,000, or $0.07 per share, which included costs associated with the exploration of strategic options and shareholder lawsuit expenses of $493,000, or $0.07 per share. For the first six months of 2009, the net loss was $1,341,000, or $0.18 per share.About Rock of AgesRock of Ages (www.RockofAges.com(link is external)) is the largest integrated granite quarrier and manufacturer of finished granite memorials and granite blocks for memorial use in North America.Forward-Looking StatementsThis press release contains statements that are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements are based on current expectations, estimates and projections about our business or expected events based, in part, on assumptions made by management. These statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks, uncertainties and assumptions that are difficult to predict. Therefore, actual events, results or outcomes may differ materially from what is expressed or forecasted in such forward-looking statements due to numerous factors, including the challenge of successfully implementing our strategic plan intended to enhance our overall profitability; unanticipated overhead or other expenses including possible expenses we may incur in connection with responding to the recently disclosed acquisition proposal from Swenson Granite Company LLC and related matters; and other risks discussed from time to time in the Company’s Securities and Exchange Commission filings and reports including, but not limited to, the risks discussed in the Company’s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2009. Such forward-looking statements speak only as of the date on which they are made, and the Company does not undertake any obligation to update any forward-looking statement to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this release.ROCK OF AGES CORPORATIONConsolidated Statements of Operations(In thousands, except per share amounts) (Unaudited) 582 Current assets: 3,124 $ 58,452 Source: rock of Ages. BARRE, Vt.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Quarry Deferred salary1,504 — 110 — Common stock Class A, $0.01 par value, Authorized 30,000,000 shares; (4,575) 7,416 — 95 7,416 $10,260 — Current liabilities: 493 Income (loss) before interest and income taxes Quarry 1,899 Identified intangible assets, net407 496 4,177 ROCK OF AGES CORPORATIONConsolidated Balance Sheets(in thousands, except per share amounts) (Unaudited) Jul. 3, Other current assets1,880 22,174 Liabilities and Stockholders’ Equity Foreign exchange gain Trade receivables, net8,539 250 1,620 (145) (785) 1,058 Additional paid-in capital65,777 19 1,373 4,812,342 issued and outstanding at July 3, 2010 and December 31, 200948 1,089 $(531) 7,416 Net income (loss) per share – basic Weighted average common shares outstanding -diluted $(0.18)Net income (loss) per share – diluted 1,622 7,512 Property, plant and equipment, net30,658 $0.19 15,077 Net income (loss) $6,912 $1,433 1,568 1,638 152 Deferred tax liabilities– 26 7,416 2,603,721 issued and outstanding at July 3, 2010 and December 31, 200926 11,914 1,357 774 Current installments of retirement benefits702 691 1,811 $(0.18) — Six Months Ended 2009 1,733 7,416 3,113 Interest expense, net 2,534 Total stockholders’ equity25,941 2010 26,409 Total gross profit Effect of pension curtailment 2,134 2,026 Goodwill387 387 13,361 Preferred stock $0.01 par value. Authorized 2,500,000 shares; none issued– — $0.21 Manufacturing Total current liabilities6,807 493 Total current assets28,007 Current installments of long-term debt1,289 801 Income (loss) before income taxes — Total assets$ 59,989 1,504 Total liabilities and stockholders’ equity$ 59,989 2,668 7,416 Trade payables1,642 5,386 Manufacturing Inventories14,767 10,326 Long-term debt, excluding current installments14,335 899 26,504 4,897 Common stock Class B, $0.01 par value. Authorized 15,000,000 shares; 2009 2,035 $ 214 Weighted average common shares outstanding – basic Total divisional operating income Total SG&A expenses 14,663 20,362 573 31,948 $(1,341) 669 Dec. 31,Assets2010 Total liabilities34,048 2,431 Cash and cash equivalents$ 2,200 7,439 65,751 Accumulated deficit(35,277) 279 7,241 3,200 758 Assets held for sale621 14,424 July 3,
A 12 News crew at the scene reports a woman was taken away from the scene in an ambulance. JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — Binghamton authorities responded to car vs pedestrian crash in Johnson City Friday morning. The incident occurred on Main Street between N. Floral and Wells Avenue. Dispatchers were unable to comment on additional information.
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Indonesia is expecting the World Health Organization (WHO) to include the Southeast Asian country among the recipients of the rapid antigen test kits so as to speed up coronavirus detection in the archipelago.Earlier on Monday, the WHO announced that some 120 million antigen test kits would be available at a cost of US$5 each for low- and middle-income countries. It said the $600 million scheme would serve to expand testing in poorer nations where lab facilities or trained health workers to carry out swab tests were lacking.”We have communicated with the WHO’s representative in Indonesia and we asked [for Indonesia] to be considered to receive the test kits from the WHO,” national COVID-19 task force spokesperson Wiku Adisasmito said on Thursday. Read also: Use antigen tests for screening but with caution: ExpertsWiku said Indonesia would immediately use the rapid antigen tests to expedite coronavirus screening and detection in the country.“Will lndonesia use rapid antigen tests? The answer is yes. We have received good quality antigen tests recommended by the WHO. We are currently reviewing and considering to use them,” said Wiku.He went on to say that the rapid antigen tests were more accurate than the rapid antibody tests. However, they may require further confirmation with a PCR test, especially if a person tests negative but appears to have COVID-19 symptoms.The antigen tests offer the chance of a faster result, even within minutes, without sophisticated lab equipment. It only uses a paper strip containing coronavirus antibodies that react when touching the virus’ spike protein. (aly)Topics :