“Investigator” in the news
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· ResTORbio launches study of RTB101 for preventing COVID-19 in nursing homes →
The company will collaborate with investigators at Brown University and privately held Insight Therapeutics, LLC on the trial which will be conducted in certain facilities within the Genesis Healthcare system.
The China Post
· ‘Master Thief’ burglar hopes to catch break on sentence →
A member of what investigators termed the “Lynn Breakers,” a burglary ring in his hometown of Lynn, Massachusetts, he was prosecuted and pursued for burglaries big and small over the years.
· Cockpit voice recorder found in debris of Pakistan crash →
Pakistani officials and Airbus investigators are collecting evidence at the site as they try to determine the cause of the country’s worst airline disaster in years.
· How often do vaccine trials hit paydirt? →
Among other findings, the scholars identified lower success rates for drug-development programs outside of private industry — such as those led by investigators in academic hospitals.
· Joint effort to develop whole-genome sequencing for patients with acute leukemia →
Principal Investigator is Richard Rosenquist Brandell, PhD, Professor at the Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery, Karolinska Institutet, Senior Physician at the Karolinska University Hospital, and also the Director of Genomic Medicine Sweden (GMS).
· Why Are So Many Republicans Remaining Silent? →
What about the so-called investigator?”
· French power couple given jail terms for money laundering →
The bombastic, cigar-chomping mayor admitted some of the charges against him and was cleared of corruption after the court ruled that investigators had failed to prove he received a villa in Marrakesh from a Saudi millionaire in return for a property deal.
· 'Substantial assistance': How Bronson Xerri can escape four-year ban →
Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority investigators seized Xerri’s phone and then returned it to him after informing him of the result on Tuesday.
The Japan Times
· Masayoshi Son’s SoftBank strained by losses and infighting at the top →
Bye, Sprint’s chief technology officer until 2015, was approached by a private investigator trying to dig up dirt on his former boss, the person said.
· Suspect confesses, re-enacts triple-murder at radio station →
Investigators would check his health record at Buddhachinaraj provincial hospital.