Evaluation – Jack Feeny Reviews http://jackfeenyreviews.com/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 19:06:23 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-1-150x150.png Evaluation – Jack Feeny Reviews http://jackfeenyreviews.com/ 32 32 Genentech: JP Morgan Healthcare Conference https://jackfeenyreviews.com/genentech-jp-morgan-healthcare-conference/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 17:51:07 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/genentech-jp-morgan-healthcare-conference/ At Roche and Genentech, we leverage our unique corporate structure and culture to build deep and lasting collaborations with our partners to translate pioneering science into breakthroughs for patients. We firmly believe that the key elements of a successful and lasting partnership are trust, shared values ​​and openness. To revolutionize today’s standards of care, we […]]]>

At Roche and Genentech, we leverage our unique corporate structure and culture to build deep and lasting collaborations with our partners to translate pioneering science into breakthroughs for patients.

We firmly believe that the key elements of a successful and lasting partnership are trust, shared values ​​and openness. To revolutionize today’s standards of care, we seek best-in-class or first-in-class innovation in the following areas:

We are taking primary healthcare to a future where treatments are targeted to individual patient needs and unique profiles. We are interested in strategic partnership opportunities that enable the Roche Pharma portfolio and pipeline, including:

  • Robust datasets (e.g. to enable biomarker discovery and development, power AI/ML algorithms)
  • Advanced Analytics (artificial intelligence, including machine learning and deep learning models)
  • Digital and mobile technologies (e.g. to optimize treatment delivery)

Contact: Michael Scherer, Head of Research and Evaluation, Digital and Personalized Health, Pharmaceutical Partnership

We are paving the way for the advancement of science in inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. Partnership opportunities we are looking for:

  • Gastroenterology (IBD), Respiratory (COPD, Asthma, IPF, ILD, SSc), Nephrology (GN, CKD, Transplantation, autoimmune skin diseases (Psoriasis, AD), T1D, Celiac disease
    • Innate, adaptive, fibrosis, tolerance and tissue regeneration targets

Contact: Jean Eric Charoin, Head of Research and Evaluation, Immunology and Infectious Diseases, Pharmaceutical Partnership

We advance innovation to fight infectious diseases such as HBV, influenza and MDR. Partnership opportunities we are looking for:

  • Hepatitis B
  • Respiratory viruses
  • Multidrug-resistant Gram-negative bacterial infections
  • Nontuberculous mycoplasma

Contact: Jean Eric Charoin, Head of Research and Evaluation, Immunology and Infectious Diseases, Pharmaceutical Partnership

We focus on advances for neurodegenerative, psychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders. Partnership opportunities we are looking for:

  • Neurodegenerative diseases (eg, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease)
  • Neuroimmunology and neuroinflammation (eg multiple sclerosis)
  • Neurodevelopment and psychiatry (for example, Angelman syndrome, schizophrenia, and autism spectrum disorders)
  • Neuromuscular diseases (e.g. SMA and Duchenne muscular dystrophy)

Contact: Hannah Williams, Head of Research and Evaluation Neurosciences, Ophthalmology and Rare Diseases, Pharmaceutical Partnerships

We focus on best-in-class, best-in-class therapies in molecular targeted therapies and cancer immunotherapy. Partnership opportunities we are looking for:

  • Oncogenic conductors
  • Synthetic Lethality
  • Adaptive and innate immunity
  • Neoantigens
  • Stromal biology
  • Cell therapies

Contact: Zineb El Fajoui, Head of Oncology Research and Evaluation, Pharma Partnering

We focus on protecting people’s eyesight from the leading causes of vision loss through pioneering therapies and cutting-edge research. Partnership opportunities we are looking for:

  • Retinal diseases (including AMD, DME, RVO, DR)
  • Glaucoma
  • dry eye disease
  • Restoration of vision through gene therapy and cell therapy approaches

Contact: Hannah Williams, Head of Research and Evaluation Neurosciences, Ophthalmology and Rare Diseases, Pharmaceutical Partnerships

We are committed to developing new innovations for rare monogenetic diseases. Partnership opportunities we are looking for:

  • Rare monogenic diseases

Contact: Hannah Williams, Head of Research and Evaluation Neurosciences, Ophthalmology and Rare Diseases, Pharmaceutical Partnerships

We focus on therapeutic modalities and enabling technologies. Partnership opportunities we are looking for:

  • New Modalities and Enabling Technologies to Expand the Drug Target Space
  • Targeted or intracellular delivery
  • Artificial intelligence for target and drug discovery
  • Genomic medicine platforms

Contact: Mark Schiebler, Head of Research and Research Technology Assessment, Pharma Partnering

Research and development is the essence and cornerstone of Roche – and we have a unique way of fostering innovation with our partners in Asia and around the world. Partnership opportunities we are looking for:

  • Innovative biotechnologies or academic institutions in Asia working on first class or best disease opportunities from discovery to phase II development and;
  • Immunology (interferon-induced inflammatory diseases including lupus nephritis and systemic sclerosis, nephrology and renal transplantation, with MoAs targeted in nucleic acid detection, interferon production, complement and tolerance immune) and oncology (gastrointestinal cancers, with MoAs targeted in novel and/or disease-specific cancer driver genes, synthetic lethality, immunotherapy to enhance innate immunity and mitigate suppression, and cancer extracellular matrix, in particular the modulation of collagen)

Contact: Mikio Kasahara, Director, Business Development, Pharma Partnering Asia

Alliance & Asset Management

During collaboration conversations, a dedicated Alliance Manager is designated as a single point of contact to ensure successful continuity and a lasting relationship with our new partner.

Contact: Urs Schleuniger, Global Head, Alliance & Asset Management

Granting of R&D licenses and sale of commercial assets

The licensing and divestment decisions allow us to continue our investments in innovative R&D, supporting the development of new medicines. In addition, it supports the continued development of programs that could lead to treatments for patients in disease areas and indications that are no longer strategic for Roche and Genentech.

Contact: Tim Steven, R&D Licensing Manager | Jöerg Kazenwadel, Head of Asset Management

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A Scout’s Take: What NFL analysts miss in the evaluation process https://jackfeenyreviews.com/a-scouts-take-what-nfl-analysts-miss-in-the-evaluation-process/ Sat, 12 Nov 2022 21:00:00 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/a-scouts-take-what-nfl-analysts-miss-in-the-evaluation-process/ It seems like every year we see more and more NFL mock drafts popping up as early as August and continuing through draft day. Personally, I don’t give them time, because they’re there for one reason only, and that’s commitment. The reality is that we won’t know who is actually in the draft until mid-January, […]]]>

It seems like every year we see more and more NFL mock drafts popping up as early as August and continuing through draft day. Personally, I don’t give them time, because they’re there for one reason only, and that’s commitment. The reality is that we won’t know who is actually in the draft until mid-January, when the League releases the list of underclassmen who have officially made themselves available to be drafted. Analysts also have little or no information on two important topics for the final evaluation process; character and medical.

When club scouts are on the road making school calls in the fall, some schools may tell those scouts that some players are entertaining leaving early, but many will wait to hear from the underclass advisory board. of the NFL.

The advisory board is made up of several personal League executives who watch the underclass strip and assign a rating to each of the players they assess. When I was with the Chicago Bears, I was on the advisory board for seven years, so I have a good understanding of how it works.

The League will receive multiple reports on each player and, in turn, give the player a consensus opinion as to where they can be drafted. In previous years, the advisory board would give a rating for specific rounds up to four rounds, a rating for rounds five through seven, or the player might not be drafted at all. But now the Committee assigns the player one of three grades. The first is, “You have the opportunity to be drafted as high as the first round.” Second, “You have the possibility of being drafted as high as the second round.” Finally, “You should go back to school and continue to develop your skills.”

The League believes that any player who receives a “back to school” grade should return to school for another year, but often those prospects ignore the committee grade and enter the draft anyway.

The problem with the advisory board is that it works with incomplete information on just about every player. They may have a verified height and weight from the previous spring, but what they don’t have are verified speed and agility drills. There are two other very important elements in the equation that they don’t have either. It is complete medical information and accurate background and character information. Regardless of how a prospect plays on tape, the doctor and his character always play a big part in where he gets drafted. Once we get closer to the draft, you always hear of players “dropping out” of the draft for two reasons. The first being his medical and the second being his character.

Every year we see players that many draft analysts have listed as potential first- or second-round picks exit the roster much later than expected. It’s almost always because of medical or character issues.

With the Medical, the League obtains from each school the medical history of each player invited to the Combine and from any other player clubs that may be interested. This information is then transmitted to each of the clubs. Before going to the Combine, each club will have a checklist of what they want to focus on when the player goes through their physique at Indy.

If, for example, the player had a knee scan after his freshman year in college or even high school, you can rest assured that the player will have an MRI on that knee when he gets to Indy, even if the prospect may have played a few years after this operation without incident. Why does this happen? The club’s medical staff want to check the operation, see if the knee joint is tight and, most importantly, if there are any arthritic changes in the knee. More players receive red flags on their medicals due to arthritic conditions than any other circumstance.

The problem with arthritis is that it never gets better and there is no cure. If a player has arthritis in the knee, he may be fine for a few seasons, but if the condition worsens, the player will start to feel more discomfort and eventually miss practices and even games because of it. state. If a Combine player suffers from a severe arthritic condition in a joint, you can rest assured that he won’t be drafted where analysts expected him to go.

When we talk about character, scouts are really looking at two different issues. The first is their personal character, which is basically how that prospect lives their life. Is he a good person? Has he had any run-ins with the law? Does he have a drug addiction problem? Does he participate in community service opportunities?

The other character element that scouts focus on is the “football character”. Football character has nothing to do with personal character. Football Character deals with the player’s passion and love for the game, his work ethic on and off the pitch, his ability to be coached, his intelligence regarding his position, his skills in leadership and his ability to get along with his teammates. Will he do what is necessary to become the best player possible?

A player can have outstanding personal character and mediocre footballing character. This person will survive a few years in the League thanks to his talent, but he will eventually catch up. Conversely, a player with marginal personal character but great football character can have a very successful career because the game is so important to him.

More often than not, high profile “busts” are a direct result of a player not having the best football character.

When you read fictional drafts, don’t take them too seriously because of what I wrote above. When the clubs set up their repechage committee, they expect to have ALL the information before even starting. Until all the information is available, including medical, character, physical and tape review tests, it’s usually late March or early April before the final process can begin. Any rating on a player before all information is available is strictly a preliminary rating and as such is very fluid. The number of hours spent on each individual grade is incalculable.

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Assess AVAX’s chances of recovery in the coming week https://jackfeenyreviews.com/assess-avaxs-chances-of-recovery-in-the-coming-week/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 05:02:24 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/assess-avaxs-chances-of-recovery-in-the-coming-week/ AVAX’s TVL continues to fall Partnerships and integrations have increased over the past week Newly updated Avalanche Daily Avalanche [AVAX] Channel C’s Weekly Status, which highlighted some notable stats. For example, in the last week alone, the total number of transactions increased by more than 4%. Additionally, AVAX’s staking rewards saw an increase of nearly […]]]>
  • AVAX’s TVL continues to fall
  • Partnerships and integrations have increased over the past week

Newly updated Avalanche Daily Avalanche [AVAX] Channel C’s Weekly Status, which highlighted some notable stats. For example, in the last week alone, the total number of transactions increased by more than 4%. Additionally, AVAX’s staking rewards saw an increase of nearly 9% over the same period, which is commendable.


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However, DeFiLlama Data revealed a different story, as his graph showed that AVAXit is the Total Locked Value (TVL) has fallen sharply in recent days. Either way, the coin has seen a surge in terms of integrations and partnerships.

These are the latest updates

Avaxholics, a popular Twitter handle that posts updates related to the Avalanche ecosystem, recently posted a tweet mentioning all the notable developments over the past few days.

These included ThorSwap’s announcement that its AVAX The cross-chain aggregator DEX was online. Additionally, SoulSwap also revealed that the Limited Order (v2) has been released and is available on Avalanche.

Do these developments have the potential to help AVAX reverse its downward trend and paint its chart green?

Here’s what AVAX investors can expect

At press time, AVAX has been trade at $14.11, more than 23% lower than the previous week, with a market capitalization of more than $4.32 billion.

Interestingly, a review of AVAX’s metrics indicated that things could get worse for investors as they suggested a new downtrend in the coming days.

Moreover, AVAX did not receive much interest from the derivatives market, as its Binance funding rate was considerably lower. Despite the aforementioned integrations, AVAX development activity has seen a decline lately, which is a negative signal for a blockchain.

Source: Santiment

More bad news awaited AVAX holders after its Chaikin Money Flow (CMF) and Money Flow Index (MFI) recorded declines. These indicators were under the neutral brand, at press time.

The CMF was heading further south, which is a bearish signal. The discovery of the Bollinger band revealed that AVAXwas about to enter a zone of high volatility.

Considering metrics and other market indicators, Bollinger Band data increases the odds of a continued price drop.

Although the Relative Strength Index (RSI) was quite low, it rebounded and marked a slight rise towards the neutral mark, offering a small glimmer of hope for investors.

Source: Trading View

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Assessing the cybersecurity risk of your broadcast and publishing partners | Venable LLP https://jackfeenyreviews.com/assessing-the-cybersecurity-risk-of-your-broadcast-and-publishing-partners-venable-llp/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 20:58:00 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/assessing-the-cybersecurity-risk-of-your-broadcast-and-publishing-partners-venable-llp/ Cybersecurity is a growing concern for all nonprofit organizations, especially those that store, process, and transmit sensitive data. While it is common to think of the cyber issue as relevant to digital communications and networks, the rules and issues apply with equal force to ordinary paper content provided by the Postal Service, such as subscriber […]]]>

Cybersecurity is a growing concern for all nonprofit organizations, especially those that store, process, and transmit sensitive data. While it is common to think of the cyber issue as relevant to digital communications and networks, the rules and issues apply with equal force to ordinary paper content provided by the Postal Service, such as subscriber information. , marketing mail, and nonprofit fundraising solicitations.

Increasingly, federal and state laws require that this information be protected by cybersecurity safeguards and require notification to consumers in the event of unauthorized access or breach. Liability and loss of donor and member trust are significant risks that organizations often manage by updating their legal and technical processes to better reflect the modern cyber threat environment.

As business mail and publishing continues to digitize, business operations rely on sharing increasing volumes of data. This includes, for example, sharing subscriber and shipping information with the United States Postal Service (USPS), data aggregators and other partners.

The ability of nonprofit organizations to keep this data confidential from their competitors and to protect the data from unauthorized access or breaches often depends on the resilience not only of organizations’ cybersecurity programs, but also those of the partners with whom they share data.

Compounding this challenge, a growing number of regulations require nonprofits and other entities to maintain internal safeguards for sensitive information and ensure that partners and service providers protect that information. However, it is not always clear how partner organizations adequately protect shared data against unauthorized access, breaches and misuse.

For example, the USPS Inspector General (IG) recently released an audit report that raised serious security concerns for the USPS. The report notes that the USPS’ cybersecurity “lacks maturity, which limits its ability to fully understand its risk exposure and protect the agency from cyberattacks.” According to the IG, these and other issues expose USPS to potential exploitation by malicious actors, which could lead to major data breaches and disruptions.

While the extent to which such alleged USPS security breaches endanger donor/member data and other personal information is unclear, organizations should assess their legal liability, security posture, and their processes to ensure they minimize risk and respond to security breaches and other incidents, including those that may arise with fundraising contractors. The integration of digital and paper-based communication is just beginning, and the issues facing players in these markets are just beginning to surface. Now is the time to take action to protect your data.

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Supreme Court Accepts NTR Health Versity Ruling on Numerical Assessment in MBBS Exams | (Video) https://jackfeenyreviews.com/supreme-court-accepts-ntr-health-versity-ruling-on-numerical-assessment-in-mbbs-exams-video/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 07:34:39 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/supreme-court-accepts-ntr-health-versity-ruling-on-numerical-assessment-in-mbbs-exams-video/ House ” Policy ” Supreme Court Accepts NTR Health Versity Ruling on Numerical Assessment in MBBS Exams | (Video) Posted By: XYZ Social News November 6, 2022 MBBS,……NTR. … … … . 2019 … . … . , … . #etvandhrapradesh#recent news#newsoftheday #etvnews Download the ETV Win app to watch all ETV channels for Android […]]]>

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Evaluation Shows ‘MOVE Culver City’ Transit/Walk/Bike Pilot a Big Hit – Streetsblog Los Angeles https://jackfeenyreviews.com/evaluation-shows-move-culver-city-transit-walk-bike-pilot-a-big-hit-streetsblog-los-angeles/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 22:28:16 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/evaluation-shows-move-culver-city-transit-walk-bike-pilot-a-big-hit-streetsblog-los-angeles/ Culver City recently released a mid-pilot evaluation report showing data that confirms the success of the city’s MOVE Culver City project. Located in the city’s downtown, MOVECC reallocated road space away from driving, to instead support public transit, cycling and walking. The evaluation shows that the project has achieved its intentions: increased foot, bicycle and […]]]>

Culver City recently released a mid-pilot evaluation report showing data that confirms the success of the city’s MOVE Culver City project. Located in the city’s downtown, MOVECC reallocated road space away from driving, to instead support public transit, cycling and walking. The evaluation shows that the project has achieved its intentions: increased foot, bicycle and transit ridership, and minimal delays for drivers.

MOVE Culver City by the numbers – via MOVECC report

MOVE Culver City was implemented in late 2021. It represents a rare Southern California example of a city that is strategically embracing green transportation at its very core, not just where it is relatively uncontroversial (that is- i.e. where it is unlikely to even modestly delay drivers). Culver City has installed transit, walking and biking improvements exactly where they are needed most. (And some upset drivers have voiced their criticism of MOVECC’s changes.)

MOVECC connects the popular walkable downtown mall – with its restaurants, retail, entertainment and civic center – to the nearby Metro E Line light rail station in the city. The city, which isn’t known for its particularly high ridership levels, reallocated 2.6 miles of traffic lane to a bus-only lane, and added a new Downtown Circulator shuttle. The transit improvements were accompanied by extensive sidewalk extensions that converted the roadway into safe walking space, and just over a mile of protected bike lanes, which connect to the E Line bike path.

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MOVECC space allocation – via MOVECC report

Before the project, 100% of the road space was devoted to driving. After implementation, 56% of the space is allocated to green modes of transport.

Also note that MOVECC is a quick build project. The total project cost, including design and outreach, was less than $3 million. Although planning and community outreach began about five years ago, the installation of the project used relatively inexpensive materials: paint, plastic bollards, signage, planters, removable platforms, etc. This allowed the city to install improvements cheaply and quickly, and cheaply tinker with some aspects of the project, in response to activity on the ground.

And, at least so far, MOVE Culver City has worked.

Really good.

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MOVECC increased ridership on buses, bikes and walks – with minimal delays for driving. Chart of percentages from the MOVECC fact sheet.

According to the city’s evaluation, MOVE CC resulted in a 52% increase in bus ridership, a 32% increase in cycling, and an 18% increase in walking.

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Cycling (up 98%) and walking (up 23%) increased significantly after MOVECC improvements. Image via MOVECC report

Some sections of the project saw even higher numbers. For example, at the intersection of Culver Boulevard and Main Street, cycling has increased by 98%.

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The six-month evaluation of MOVECC showed a slight increase in vehicle traffic volumes, an improvement in morning driving time of one minute, and an increase in peak evening driving time of two minutes. Graph via MOVECC report

Negative impacts on drivers have been minimal. The assessment shows that although car traffic has increased slightly (six percent) over the past year, journey times are essentially unchanged. During the morning rush, the average driving time improved by one minute. The evening peak experienced an average delay of two minutes.

Responses to the municipal survey showed that people are spending more time in the project area, walking and cycling there more often, and often using the E line of the metro. Respondents felt more comfortable walking, biking and taking public transportation with the Move Culver City improvements in place.

The downtown improvements are intended to be Phase 1, with additional phases of rapid construction planned for Sepulveda Boulevard and Jefferson Boulevard. Culver City has several other initiatives that align with MOVECC, including citywide parking reform, new two-way protected bike lanes, and bike lane improvements.

Read the city’s Move Culver City Assessment Report: one-page fact sheet or full eleven-page report.

But don’t take their word for it. Grab your family, your cousins, maybe your walking shoes and your bike – and take the E line to Culver City Station and see for yourself. The improvements are dramatic.

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Recommendations from Illinois judges as legal groups weigh Supreme Court races – NBC Chicago https://jackfeenyreviews.com/recommendations-from-illinois-judges-as-legal-groups-weigh-supreme-court-races-nbc-chicago/ Sun, 30 Oct 2022 22:37:26 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/recommendations-from-illinois-judges-as-legal-groups-weigh-supreme-court-races-nbc-chicago/ The Illinois Supreme Court underwent a dramatic transformation this year, and amid these significant changes, voters will be asked to weigh in on the current construction of the state’s highest court. The State Supreme Court is made up of seven justices representing five different districts. The First District, which includes Cook County, elects three judges, […]]]>

The Illinois Supreme Court underwent a dramatic transformation this year, and amid these significant changes, voters will be asked to weigh in on the current construction of the state’s highest court.

The State Supreme Court is made up of seven justices representing five different districts. The First District, which includes Cook County, elects three judges, while the other four districts have one judge each.

Judges are elected for 10-year terms, then face retention votes for further 10-year terms, requiring a 60% vote to remain on the bench. If a judge retires, a replacement is nominated by the remaining judges, and a bipartisan election is then called to determine whether that replacement will receive a full 10-year term.

In 2022, the boundaries of Illinois’ five judicial districts were changed for the first time since they were established in 1964, officials say.

While Cook County still represents the first district, the second now includes McHenry, Lake, DeKalb, Kane and Kendall counties. Previously, the District comprised 13 northern Illinois counties, but most of the western portion of District Two is now represented by the Fourth District.

Likewise, the Third District now includes fewer counties, including Bureau, LaSalle, Grundy, DuPage, Will, Kankakee, and Iroquois counties.

Most of the western part of the Third District was also folded into the Fourth District, while the southeastern parts of this district were folded into the Fifth District.

While voters in specific counties will need to evaluate which judges to vote for in their elections, the Illinois State Bar Association and the DuPage County Bar Association both publish recommendations for races during of the next elections. A third group, the Chicago Council of Lawyers, offers recommendations for racing in the First District.

Here is a bit more information about the three groups.

Illinois State Bar Association

The organization uses three different ratings for judges: not recommended, recommended, and highly recommended.

The ISBA asks applicants to complete a questionnaire and also interviews attorneys familiar with applicants. A committee then scores them based on 12 criteria, including experience, legal knowledge, integrity and diligence, among other factors.

DuPage County Bar Association

This organization invites written applications from candidates. A random member then interviews the references and the candidates themselves, and the committee investigates the candidates’ backgrounds.

Chicago Board of Attorneys

The board assesses applicants based on criteria such as fairness, diligence, impartiality, temperament, professional conduct and character.

The board uses four ratings, including “unqualified”, “qualified”, “well qualified” and “highly qualified” in its assessments.

Here’s what the groups had to say about the candidates in the retention ballot in Cook County, as well as the other two Supreme Court races in Illinois.

Supreme Court 1st District

Judge Mary Jane Theis

Illinois State Bar Association – Yes for Retention

Chicago Council of Lawyers – Highly Qualified for Retention

You can read more about the ISBA recommendation here, and you can see the full list of recommendations from the Chicago Council of Lawyers on their website.

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Judge Elizabeth Rochford

Illinois State Bar Association – Highly Commended

DuPage County Bar Association – Highly Commended

Marc Curran

Illinois State Bar Association – Not Recommended

DuPage County Bar Association – Did not participate

You can read the ISBA’s rationale behind its ratings on its website.

You can also find more information about DCBA’s methodology on their website.

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Judge Mary K. O’Brien

Illinois State Bar Association – Recommended

DuPage County Bar Association – Highly Commended

Judge Michael Burke

Illinois State Bar Association – Highly Commended

DuPage County Bar Association – Highly Commended

You can read the ISBA’s rationale behind its ratings on its website.

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Miracle Diabetes Curing Diet Nets Biggest Deal in Shark Tank History! https://jackfeenyreviews.com/miracle-diabetes-curing-diet-nets-biggest-deal-in-shark-tank-history/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 23:12:23 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/miracle-diabetes-curing-diet-nets-biggest-deal-in-shark-tank-history/ () – It was the most watched episode in Shark Tank history when sisters Anna and Samantha Martin won the Shark Tank panel Anna and Samantha Martin, sisters and chemists from MIT, landed the biggest deal in Shark Tank history as the 6 Sharks teamed up to launch the company with a staggering $2.5 million! […]]]>




() – It was the most watched episode in Shark Tank history when sisters Anna and Samantha Martin won the Shark Tank panel

Anna and Samantha Martin, sisters and chemists from MIT, landed the biggest deal in Shark Tank history as the 6 Sharks teamed up to launch the company with a staggering $2.5 million! In just 6 months, their product has completely disrupted the diabetes industry in the United States, and with the help of the Sharks, they are now poised to take on the global market.

After a complete brand overhaul and repackaging, the sisters are now ready to launch their new brand, StrictionD Advanced Formula. Watch the incredible demonstration below that prepared the sharks to feed instantly!

Apparently, the Kim sisters have invented a new chemical compound that can lower blood sugar and lower bad cholesterol. More importantly, it can effectively reverse high blood sugar.

Although there are a number of “supplements” on the market that claim to cure diabetes, the Kim sisters created the first reuptake inhibitor (RI), making it particularly more effective at permanently lowering blood sugar.

The judges were amazed that one product was able to do all of the following:

– Regulates blood pressure

– Balances blood sugar levels

– Lowers bad cholesterol (LDL)

– Increases good cholesterol (HDL)

– Reverses insulin resistance

– Made from 100% natural and organic ingredients

RI works by blocking inhibition of the plasmalemmal transporter-mediated reuptake of a neurotransmitter from the synapse into the pre-synaptic neuron. What this means for men without a PhD in chemistry: a permanent cure for diabetes.


The sisters were the first candidates in Shark Tank history to receive investment offers from all six panel members.

The diabetes industry is a huge market, but it is rarely reported. Studies have shown that 32% of American adults have high blood sugar, and only about 54% of people with high blood sugar have their condition under control.

In order to test the validity of sister Kim’s product, Shark Tank decided to take on a volunteer among its production teams. Meet Kathy Rhodes, a 54-year-old mother of 3 who jumped at the chance to try StrictionD Advanced Formula.

Kathy is a 54 year old professional who had clinical hypertension for over 13 years. We had to wait 2 weeks to get a bottle to test as it was sold out almost everywhere we looked. We asked her to track her progress for the 14-day test.

What were the results ?

Day 1 :“I took two StrictionD Advanced Formula capsules and forgot all about it. About 1-2 hours later I started to feel strangely better. I can only describe it by saying it was easier to breathe somehow I was walking in a mall and usually I would have been a bit dizzy with headaches, and I would also have been nauseous at the time, but I I was totally fine. For a while, I felt like my blood sugar was totally normal. I got really curious about what was going to happen next – that was awesome.”

Day 5:“Over the next 5 days I started to feel better and better! I found myself bouncing out of bed and feeling ready to take on the day – usually I have to hit the snooze button at least twice. I felt motivation like I hadn’t felt in years. I had consistently higher energy levels, rather than the highs and lows I was used to. I was also able to sleep through the night!I was shocked at the drastic results.

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Players and coaches focus on self-assessment during bye week https://jackfeenyreviews.com/players-and-coaches-focus-on-self-assessment-during-bye-week/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 22:51:00 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/players-and-coaches-focus-on-self-assessment-during-bye-week/ Oct. 26 – As Oklahoma entered a well-deserved holiday last week, Brent Venables had an idea. He wanted his players and coaches to self-evaluate. As part of this, Venables distributed self-assessment forms to players and asked each of them to complete one. It was an opportunity for players to discuss what they needed to improve. […]]]>

Oct. 26 – As Oklahoma entered a well-deserved holiday last week, Brent Venables had an idea.

He wanted his players and coaches to self-evaluate.

As part of this, Venables distributed self-assessment forms to players and asked each of them to complete one. It was an opportunity for players to discuss what they needed to improve.

But it wasn’t just about their performance on the pitch.

“A part of [the form] has to do with football and part of it doesn’t,” Venables said during his press conference on Tuesday. “Part of it is how we do what we do. This is largely a self-assessment. It enlightened me. They listen to everything and watch everything we do, like when we raise children. How you do it and what you do matters.”

The self-assessment was not limited to the forms alone. Offensive and defensive players watched a film from both sides of the ball to assess each unit’s strengths and weaknesses.

The coaches also participated.

“We also looked at ourselves carefully, which we do every week, but an extended self-scout,” OU defensive coordinator Ted Roof said. “[We had a] two-hour self-screening presentation where a group of our staff coaches went over our defense, what they were seeing, how they were going to attack us, things of that nature. You always want to look at yourself and how [other teams see us.] It was really helpful.

“It’s very much a statement, things you already know. It’s just a different perspective, different points of view.”

For Venables, it was all with the ultimate goal of improving while helping players and coaches hold each other accountable.

“[I saw] a lot of inconsistency,” Venables said. “We had our moments of weakness. It’s because of many things. It’s not just one thing. Whether it’s the fundamentals, it’s the technique, it’s [being] out of position because we’re trying to do too much, bad play calls, pre-snap penalties, turnovers, not laying up, knocking down, dropping balls, you can go down a list.

“Each group has their strengths and weaknesses and things we need to improve on. I just hope that collectively we can make the kind of improvement that we need, but there’s a lot of work to be done. , and I believe that our guys [have] the will to continue working. »

Now the team hopes that this work will bear fruit.

After a tough three-game skid, the Sooners (4-3, 1-3 Big 12) earned a big 52-42 win over then-No. 19 Kansas heading into the bye week. The team currently sits eighth in the Big 12 standings, although the Sooners have time to climb the ladder.

However, their remaining five matches won’t be easy. Their after-bye schedule begins this weekend with a road trip to Iowa State, which has beaten them twice in the past six meetings.

The Cyclones are currently last in the conference standings and have yet to win a conference game, but their 3-4 record doesn’t reflect their performance this season. Three of their four losses have come by three runs or less, including a tough 10-9 loss to Kansas State on Oct. 8. Their biggest loss came in a 31-24 loss at Baylor.

“If you look at their football team, they’re sitting there 3-4, but we might as well be playing a team that’s 7-0,” Roof said. “When you look at all of their games, all of their losses are one-possession losses. It’s a game. They’re one game in four games away from being 7-0. We respect every opponent, but we certainly have a lot of respect for the state of Iowa and how they do what they do.”

To win, the Sooners will have to rely on their performance against Kansas. And Venables hopes their self-assessment will help.

“We had a great week of practice Kansas game week and it showed and our guys had a great week off, just great attitude and perspective, had a great practice last night,” Venables said. “I will be the first to tell you when the practice does not meet standards and expectations.

“Our guys were hungry, they were humble and they worked hard. Hopefully there will be an improvement by the end of the season.”

Jesse Crittenden is The Transcript’s sports editor and covers OU athletics. Contact him at jesse@normantranscript.com or 405-366-3580

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Local scientists advance soil health assessment https://jackfeenyreviews.com/local-scientists-advance-soil-health-assessment/ Sun, 23 Oct 2022 06:15:00 +0000 https://jackfeenyreviews.com/local-scientists-advance-soil-health-assessment/ In a September 2022 publication, two researchers from the Panhandle Research, Extension and Education Center (PREEC) proposed a natural land classification unit for comparing soil samples. “First, the recognition, the understanding of the importance of the soil; it’s not just dirt, it’s a finite resource that sustains the life we ​​have on earth. And we […]]]>

In a September 2022 publication, two researchers from the Panhandle Research, Extension and Education Center (PREEC) proposed a natural land classification unit for comparing soil samples.

“First, the recognition, the understanding of the importance of the soil; it’s not just dirt, it’s a finite resource that sustains the life we ​​have on earth. And we have to preserve it, keep it, I think that’s the whole idea,” said Bijesh Mahargan.

Maharjan, associate professor and PREEC specialist, and Saurav Das, assistant research professor, both work in the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. They have collaborated with the USDA’s Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) to promote soil health assessment.

The project began in 2020 when researchers teamed up to tackle soil conservation “from the ground up”. Topsoil, the top six to eight inches, has a limited resource of nutrients that can deteriorate over time.

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“It’s like a movement, suddenly people woke up and felt that we have to take care of our soil resources,” Maharjan said. “Topsoil is where the magic happens and soil as a resource must be conserved.”

Das said soil health has become a hot topic with growing concern over preserving topsoil for future generations and food security. The duo asked the question: how can a farmer determine if his topsoil is good or needs improvement?

“There are precise measurements for a pound of rice or a pound of something, but for soil we don’t have the same kind of measurement or reference,” Das said. “I spoke to (Maharjan), and he also had some ideas and we sat down to figure out how we can actually put numbers in to define the floor – is that good or bad?”

The concept, named Soil Health Gap, effectively defines the difference between undisturbed native soil and soil health in cropland systems. The soil health gap can be used as a baseline measurement tool to guide soil health management decisions and goals.

“Let’s say your homeland has 4% soil organic matter and your farmland has 2%. You know there is a 2% discrepancy, during different types of management practices we may have lost the 2% organic matter,” Das said. “That’s why we came up with the concept we call Soil Health Gap.”

The two researchers took the concept further by sampling soil organic matter from grasslands, no-till and conventional cropping systems, and exposed subsoil.

“We saw that there was an exponential decline in soil organic matter across different land use types,” Das said. “That gave us a set of numbers to define the natural state of soil health that hasn’t had any sort of farming practices and you can compare that to your cropland.”

Soil organic matter (SOM) is a carbonaceous component of soil made up of plant and animal tissues in various stages of decomposition. Maharjan said SOM was used as a consistent measurement tool because carbonaceous organic matter is central to the properties and processes that occur in healthy soil.

“Organic matter falls precipitously from unmanaged land to reduced tillage cropland, to no-till cropland, to exposed subsoil land,” he said. “The more you work the soil, the more you lose (SOM).”

Undisturbed native grasslands or pastures were used as the reference terrain.

“Wherever the minimum disturbance has occurred, so pastures and rangelands where there can be grazing, that’s what we call benchmark lands,” Maharjan said. “Now you compare yourself to that. Otherwise, in the past, people may say do this and do this and make outrageous and erroneous claims that you can improve your soil. Now we set a ceiling.

The Soil Health Gap study found that cropping systems should be compared to reference lands in the same soil type and climatic conditions. Localized differences in soil type and rainfall allow soil health to respond differently to management practices.

“We realized that healthy soil will be specific to the region. What is healthy in Lincoln may not be possible in the Panhandle,” Maharjan said. “So we’ve decided that the soil health should be compared – the Panhandle’s healthy soil will be referenced with the Panhandle’s native soil.”

The Soil Health Gap study encouraged researchers to pursue the development of a benchmark land classification system. The Cropland Ecological Reference Unit (CREU) would compare all cropland to the identified reference land found in the same ecological zone. The comparison system will establish a natural framework for comparing soil health in the same soil type and climatic conditions.

“Can I compare my cultivated land with native land near Lincoln? Most likely not, it must be very region specific,” Maharjan said. “The CREU speaks of a continental mass unit where soils from different sites can be compared. It shouldn’t just be geographical like Scotts Bluff County; it should be more natural boundaries.

The theory means that all soils in an identified land unit may have similar SOM potential.

Das further explained the importance of CREU development in Nebraska noting that the Panhandle receives, on average, half the amount of annual precipitation east of Nebraska and that the soil type of the Panhandle is sandier. If the SOM averages 7% near Lincoln, it is unreasonable to expect the same percentage to be achieved near Scottsbluff.

“All soils have a different potential, what (SOM) can be achieved, so you can compare each terrain within that natural boundary,” Das said. “Initially, the soil has all the same potential in the blocks of soil, then management practices or something happened that made (SOM) go down or up.”

Researchers worked with the existing NRCS land hierarchy of Major Land Resource Areas (MLRAs) as reference land sites. The CREU model was established by further separating MLRA sites based on soil and precipitation characteristics.

“The NRCS already has its own land classification system. We take that and split it even further,” Maharjan said.

Once CREU sites are designated and soil samples are compared to the identified reference soil or native range. Accordingly, management practices can be addressed.

Maharjan said cultivated land in Scotts Bluff County is typically 1-2% SOM, but native land has been found at 4% SOM.

“So we can do better,” Das said. “When the soil is healthy, it can store more water, more moisture for the crop and your production can be better compared to unhealthy soils.”

Maharjan said: “It’s hard to reach (4% SOM), it’s a ceiling but at least now you know that. If you manage the terrain correctly, you can shoot for four.

The researchers both stress the importance of being good stewards of the land.

“If the topsoil is healthy and rich, it has its own natural system that will better withstand the weather,” Das said.

The CREU concept can be used anywhere to promote soil health. Maharjan and Das move on to the next stage of CREU – demonstrate and validate.

With the help of funding and in cooperation with the NRCS, soil sampling in the identified land units and analysis will be underway. Maharjan said his PREEC lab is currently looking for an assistant to help with organization and the extra workload.

The researchers said the end goal was to establish a web-based tool accessible to everyone.

“Our end goal is an interactive map of the state where anyone can walk in and check their land against a reference land and find the gap (in soil health),” Maharjan said. “An interactive map of soil health, this will be unique to the nation.”

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