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Stemina Biomarker Discovery is a metabolomics company focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of molecular biomarkers to improve drug safety
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Stemina Biomarker Feb 15
Are women represented as speakers in the conferences you attend? We are proud that our Associate Director of Toxicology, Jessica Palmer, will present three sessions at next month.
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Stemina Biomarker Feb 14
Cell-based and alternative animal models, including 3D neural models and zebrafish, were evaluated in a comprehensive set of eight papers from the National Toxicology Project and published by . See you they stacked up:
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Stemina Biomarker Feb 13
Whether or not pregnant women should drink alcohol has been the source of much debate and spilled ink lately. A feminist who also works as an Ob/Gyn shares her thoughts.
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Stemina Biomarker Feb 11
It’s ! To celebrate, do as science writer Josie Glausiusz—read and share works by female science writers, tagging the authors. You’ll learn a lot and support equality in the field.
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Stemina Biomarker Feb 8
Suzanne C. Fitzpatrick will be awarded the 2019 Enhancement of Animal Welfare Award. Congratulations, Dr. Fitzpatrick!
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We're so proud of on being awarded a Best of Madison Business award at the ceremony this afternoon. And he's in great company! Congratulations to all the awardees:
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Stemina Biomarker Feb 7
Congratulations to Nicole Kleinstreuer, researcher with the National Toxicology Program (NTP) and deputy director of the , who will receive the 2019 Achievement Award!
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Stemina Biomarker Feb 6
In silico modeling approaches, a different alternative to animal testing than our in vivo assays, receive the deep-dive treatment in a comprehensive, fascinating article in Nature.
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Stemina Biomarker Feb 5
Key takeaways from a recent briefing on research regarding pregnant and breastfeeding women, included this truism: “sick women get pregnant, and pregnant women get sick.”
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Stemina Biomarker Feb 1
As we look ahead to the in March, we look back at the poster we presented last year regarding our cardiotoxicity assay. Download it now:
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Stemina Biomarker Jan 30
While neurological damage of twins/siblings with fetal alcohol syndrome vary based on genetics, one thing is clear—there is no safe consumption level of alcohol while pregnant.
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Stemina Biomarker Jan 29
January is . A recent study examined the link between maternal diabetes (both pre-existing and gestational) and fetal heart development.
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MotherToBaby Jan 24
Visiting your healthcare provider before & during pregnancy is key, especially if stopping or starting any medication. Have questions about medication during pregnancy? Visit for access to expert information.
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Stemina Biomarker Jan 28
Good tox news from Germany: Three projects that aim to reduce animal testing, all started this month, received funding.
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Stemina Biomarker Jan 25
As a science professional, you have experienced a lot of success in your career. Reflect on the lessons of failure as well, in your research and your life.
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Stemina Biomarker Jan 24
During National , take the time to read some scientific studies on the subject, like this paper on the impact of maternal diabetes on the heart development of the baby.
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Stemina Biomarker Jan 23
January is . The has released a list of effective ways to prevent birth defects, including practical tips to avoid harmful substances.
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Stemina Biomarker Jan 22
As a provider of developmental toxicity assays, we care about the health of pregnant women and babies. Handling medications during pregnancy can be complex, but expectant mothers need not feel alone.
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Stemina Biomarker Jan 15
Drug development is a long and arduous process, even before the paperwork begins. Filling out forms shouldn’t be the end of the road for drug candidates, but sometimes, it is just that.
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Stemina Biomarker Jan 14
We presented a poster featuring our developmental toxicity assay, devTOX quickPredict, at IV. Take a look!
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