Amherst neurobiologists awarded grant to review how neurons regulate locomotion Neurobiologist Gerald Downes, with chemist James Chambers in the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Amherst University neurobiologist Josef Trapani, have already been awarded a three-year $824,025 collaborative study grant from the National Research Foundation to review the zebrafish human brain to better understand how neurons regulate locomotion. Downes, the business lead investigator, says his supreme research goal is to better understand how different chemical signals, called neurotransmitters, work together in cellular and molecular levels to coordinate regular locomotion such as for example swimming and walking Denmark .
AmerisourceBergen acquires World Courier Group AmerisourceBergen Corporation today announced that it has completed the previously announced acquisition of Globe Courier Group, Inc., a kept leading global specialty transport and privately logistics provider for the biopharmaceutical sector. The purchase cost of $520 million in cash is at the mercy of a customary operating capital adjustment. T he acquisition is usually expected to end up being neutral to the business’s fiscal year 2012 earnings, and $0.06 to $0.10 accretive in fiscal 2013.