Health

jobs available in New York

State’s job board sets record on tech employment

Tech-based jobs rule the roost on New York State’s Jobs Express website, an online resource looking to connect the unemployed with companies in search of fresh blood. According to the state, the Jobs Express site has set a new record with over 115,000 private-sector positions listed – and a healthy portion of those jobs are technology-related, falling into categories such as “Computer and Mathematical,” “Healthcare Technical” and “Healthcare Support.” The Jobs Express site (www.jobs.ny.gov) sorts…


CSHL's Bruce Stillman

North Shore-LIJ, CSHL in cancer partnership

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and North Shore-LIJ announced a joint cancer research and treatment effort that is designed to speed the region’s most-promising research to patients. The affiliation will better connect researchers at CSHL and North Shore’s Feinstein Institute for Medical Research and provide patients for clinical trials of the latest treatments, linking scieentists with more than 200 oncologists at North Shore-LIJ’s Cancer Institute. Cold Spring Harbor CEO Bruce Stillman called the paertnership a “transformative…


Medical Arts Pavillion

In Long Beach, the art of medicine

BY GREGORY ZELLER Expect the “hospital without beds” coming soon to the site of the former Long Beach Medical Center to be a bastion of Long Island-based technology. While South Nassau Communities Hospital officials stress they’re in the earliest planning stages, the new Medical Arts Pavilion – to rise on the site of the defunct medical center, which was shuttered in 2012 by Hurricane Sandy – is likely to be stocked with state-of-the-art technologies, including…


stuart rabinowitz

Hofstra, NS-LIJ nursing school unveiled

Hofstra University and the North Shore-LIJ Health System unveiled plans for a School of Graduate Nursing and Health Professions, with school officials saying the initial focus is on health care professionals already at work in the region. North Shore-LIJ spokesman Terry Lynam told Innovate-LI that the expectation is the student population of the new Hempstead school – jointly announced this week by Hofstra University and the ever-expanding health system – will be largely comprised of…


DepYMed CEO Andreas Grill

Clinical trials for DepYMed

A joint venture between biotech stalwart Ohr Pharmaceutical and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory is taking the fight to breast cancer – though a revolutionary treatment may still be a half-decade away at least. Cold Spring Harbor-based DepYMed, which incorporated just 10 months ago, is eyeing the first clinical trials of an enzyme inhibitor the company is proffering as a potential breakthrough for patients with HER2-positive breast cancer – a cancer that causes uncontrolled amplification in…


Henry Schein CEO Stanley Bergman as the firm joins the S&P 500 and is named to Forbes best companies list.

Health products giant Henry Schein added to S&P 500

Melville-based Henry Schein was added S&P 500 this week in recognition of the healthcare products distributor’s market capitalization, which now ranks among the 500 largest companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange or NASDAQ. The firm’s market capitalization was about $11.5 billion – the largest for a Long Island-based firm. Canon, whose U.S. operations are headquartered in Melville, has a $36 billion market capitalization while CA Technologies, which recently moved its headquarters to New York City but maintains…