Exhaustive Extractions

At iuvo, we work hard to stay on the cutting edge of new developments in testing and regulatory changes affecting the medical device and pharmaceutical industries. We will share these updates regularly here in our blog - Exhaustive Extractions.

iuvo Staff Co-authors Paper on Pig-a Gene Mutation by Flow Cytometry

March 4, 2019 – Several members of the iuvo BioScience toxicology team co-authored a paper entitled Suitability of Long-Term Frozen Rat Blood Samples for the Interrogation of Pig-a Gene Mutation by Flow Cytometry.

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Dr. Mary Richardson Honored at ATHENA Awards Reception

Dr. Mary Richardson, iuvo's Chief Scientific Officer, was honored Wednesday evening, January 17, 2018 at a reception with the other finalists for the 2018 ATHENA Awards.

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Beer and Blog: Interview with iuvo CEO Ben Burton

 

iuvo's CEO Ben Burton was the feature interview on Launch Team Inc's Beer & Blog Feature today, in an interview with Michele Nichols, Launch Team's President.  The Beer & Blog format includes an interview combined with a beer tasting.

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iuvo BioScience Celebrates Second Anniversary

Last week, iuvo BioScience celebrated our second anniversary.  At times, the two years seem to have flown by in an instant – memories of closing the deal, the Day One presentations in Erie, PA, and Rush, NY, the countless client calls and visits are all as fresh in my mind as if they happened yesterday.  On the other hand, the amount of hard work the entire organization has put into making this a vibrant, growing endeavor makes me wonder “Has it really only been two years since we began this journey?”  A dear friend of mine (and a member of our Board of Directors) calls these “dog years”…referring to the amount of learning and growth that has occurred and feeling like each year is more like seven.

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