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June 2, 2021
COVID-19 antibody longevity
mRNA and allergic reactions
Well, here’s something more to worry about: a dog coronavirus. Researchers at The Ohio State University have completed a genetic analysis on a newly discovered coronavirus — one that has evolved from a coronavirus that afflicts dogs to infect humans.
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Creative Director - Social Media Content at Pap's Beef Jerky
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Union Hall (a Cintrifuse space) is hiring an Operations and Events Manager
CINCINNATI: Play an essential role in the maintenance and success of Union Hall, a 38,000 square foot coworking and event space! The building is an entrepreneurial hub for dozens of startups and hundreds of events/meetings per year. This role includes leading the sales of coworking plans and meeting rooms, managing operating systems, distributing building communications, and ensuring optimal customer satisfaction. Click here for details and email firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
New Indy Startup PAXAFE is hiring a Machine Learning Engineer
INDIANAPOLIS: Join an inclusive startup team and play an instrumental role in taking new product initiatives from the white board to production. PAXAFE predicts adverse events through the supply chain to de-risk B2B shipments and enable dynamic cargo insurance. If you geek out on data and have 3+ years of ML experience, check out more details and apply here.
Signal Advisors is hiring a Backend Engineer
DETROIT/REMOTE: Play an essential role in building a fintech product with Signal Advisors. Based in Detroit, Signal Advisors is a venture-backed, tech-enabled insurance distributor helping independent financial advisors grow their business. While maintaining their Detroit HQ for anyone who wants it, Signal is a fully distributed remote team. The Backend Software Engineer will create and manage cutting edge APIs and serverless computing resources for the Signal Advisors platform. Click here for more details and to apply to Signal.
Finite State is hiring a Software Engineer
REMOTE: Be at the forefront of supply chain security. Finite State is growing their team of top engineers to help them provide comprehensive cybersecurity for modern networks. As a Software Engineer at Finite State, you'll work on building world class information security products with one or more agile development teams. If you are an experienced self-starter who enjoys working in a fast-paced, collaborative environment, learn more about this role at Finite State and apply.
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Flyover Future has followed medical and tech news around COVID-19 from the beginning of the pandemic. We're adding coverage to this report related to health care innovation to feature more advances across Flyover Country.
DARVIS, Inc. is moving from San Francisco to its new home in Nashville, TN. The move follows DARVIS’ participation in the Nashville Entrepreneur Center’s Project Healthcare program, a year-long accelerator that gives health care entrepreneurs access to experts and resources within the industry.
- Things are rockin' at universities in Flyover Country. A group of students at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, while seeking to improve the rehabilitation process for stroke victims, invented a treadmill with self-pacing features. The Omaha Medical Technology Pipeline used the students’ notes and implemented a new algorithm for the treadmills.
- OsteoDx, Inc., a company spun out of Ohio University, will receive a $2M grant from the NIH to further validate the efficacy of the company’s proprietary Bone Mechanics Technology. The tech addresses fragility fractures, which cost the U.S. healthcare system $2.3 million every year.
- The National Institute of Aging of the National Institutes of Health has awarded a $10.7 million grant to Washington University in St. Louis and the University of Pittsburgh. The funding will address the schools’ Alzheimer's disease research.
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