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By Cure SMA
The SMA drug pipeline has grown dramatically in just over a decade. Of the 17 programs in the pipeline, seven of these are in clinical trials, and two of those are in Phase 3 clinical trials.
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA, the leading organization dedicated to the treatment and cure of spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), recently provided an additional $445,000 grant toward a gene therapy for SMA at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA has awarded a $140,000 research grant to Chad Heatwole, MD, at the University of Rochester for his project, "Development of a Clinically Relevant Outcome Measure for SMA Therapeutic Trials." This grant is supported by funding from The Spinal...
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA recently announced a new $315,000 drug discovery grant to the California Institute of Biomedical Research (CALIBR).
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA has awarded an $80,000 research grant to Linda Lowes, PT, PhD, at Nationwide Children’s Hospital for her project, “Development of An Innovative Outcome Measure to Define Disease Progression in SMA Type I for Use in the Home or Clinic.” As...
By Cure SMA
Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is the number one genetic cause of death for infants, and 1 in 50 people carry the genetic mutation that causes SMA. But even so, many people are not familiar with SMA. Thanks to the Cure SMA community, that is changing.
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA has awarded a $140,000 research grant to Mustafa Sahin, MD, PhD, at Boston Children’s Hospital for his project, “mTOR and Protein Synthesis in SMA.” Individuals with spinal muscular atrophy don’t produce survival motor neuron (SMN)...
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA has awarded a $140,000 research grant to Francesco Lotti, PhD, at Columbia University, for his project, "Role of Sumoylation in SMN Function and SMA Pathology." Survival motor neuron (SMN) protein is critical to the function of the nerves that...
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA, the leading organization in the US dedicated to the treatment and cure of spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), has issued a statement commending the US House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee for their release of the 21st Century Cures.
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA has announced a new $50,000 clinical care grant to Dr. Nilesh Mehta, for his project focusing on nutrition in spinal muscular atrophy (SMA).
By Cure SMA
Audrey Lewis founded Families of SMA, now Cure SMA, 30 years ago.
By SMA Behavioral Healthcare
Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare is pleased to announce a free Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) certification course for Flagler County residents on Friday, January 9, 2015 from 8am to 5pm at the Flagler County Government Services Building.
By Vicki Kress
Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare, along with Keep Kids Drug Free Foundation (KKDFF) and a host of other sponsors, are organizing a Florida’s National Recovery Month Ride to Keep Kids Drug Free and Recovery and Celebration at the Daytona Beach...
By Chet Bell
SMA’s BEACH House 5k Planners Step Up After ‘Run or Dye’ Race Planners Cancel Race without Refunds
By Ivan Cosimi
Daytona Beach, FL - Stewart‐Marchman‐Act Behavioral Healthcare’s Board of Directors has unanimously approved its Transition Committee’s recommendation to employ Ivan A.
By Chet Bell
Daytona Beach, FL - SMA Behavioral Healthcare and the Flagler County Free Clinic have entered into an agreement to provide services to each other’s patients and to hold a monthly primary care clinic on SMA’s Vince Carter Sanctuary campus for SMA...
By Chet Bell
Daytona Beach, FL – SMA Behavioral Healthcare is pleased to announce that team member Robert “Weyman” Ethridge has received the Frank Toback Consultant Pharmacist Award. “Weyman has been a pharmacist for 53 years,” said SMA’s CFO Ivan Cosimi.
By Chet Bell
Daytona Beach, FL – SMA Behavioral Healthcare is pleased to announce that Connie Scheffler R.N. has been promoted to Director of Nursing at SMA’s Pinegrove Crisis Center in Daytona Beach.
By Special Spaces Chicagoland
Special Spaces Chicagoland, a non-profit organization that creates dream bedrooms for children with life-threatening medical conditions, will be conducting a room makeover for a 3 year-old Naperville girl, Ella Casten on Tuesday, June 3
By Stewart Marchman Act Behavioral Healthcare
Contact: Sini Summerlin (386) 236-1809 mhfa.volusiaflagler@hotmail.com Flagler County, FL – Stewart Marchman Act Behavioral Healthcare is pleased to announce that a Mental Health First Aid certification course will be held at Vince Carter Sanctuary on...

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By SMA America
Industry’s Largest Power Class of Inverters to Meet 1741 Standards
By Cure SMA
The SMA drug pipeline has grown dramatically in just over a decade. Of the 17 programs in the pipeline, seven of these are in clinical trials, and two of those are in Phase 3 clinical trials.
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA, the leading organization dedicated to the treatment and cure of spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), recently provided an additional $445,000 grant toward a gene therapy for SMA at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
By SMA America
President Hernández Attends Commissioning of Largest Rooftop PV System in Latin America
By SMA America
Sunny Boy TL-US and Sunny Tripower TL-US Inverters Meet New Grid Requirements
By SMA America
More Power, More Profit Tour to Highlight Sunny Boy TL-US with Secure Power Supply
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA has awarded a $140,000 research grant to Chad Heatwole, MD, at the University of Rochester for his project, "Development of a Clinically Relevant Outcome Measure for SMA Therapeutic Trials." This grant is supported by funding from The Spinal...
By SMA Behavioral Healthcare
SMA Behavioral Healthcare's Jennifer Stephenson, LMFT is scheduled to appear on WAPN 91.5 FM from 11am to 12pm on March 10th. Jennifer will appear on Eddie Herrera's Faith, Family and Finances Radio Show live.
By SMA America
Decentralized Design Selected for Utility-Scale PV Plant in North Carolina
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA recently announced a new $315,000 drug discovery grant to the California Institute of Biomedical Research (CALIBR).
By SMA Solar Technology AG
Niestetal—In just over one year, SMA Solar Technology AG (SMA) has earned more than 1 GW of operations and maintenance (O&M) contracts worldwide.
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA has awarded an $80,000 research grant to Linda Lowes, PT, PhD, at Nationwide Children’s Hospital for her project, “Development of An Innovative Outcome Measure to Define Disease Progression in SMA Type I for Use in the Home or Clinic.” As...
By Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare
Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare is pleased to announce a free Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) certification course for Flagler County residents on Friday, February 27th, 2015 from 8am to 5:30pm at the Flagler County Government Services...
By Cure SMA
Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is the number one genetic cause of death for infants, and 1 in 50 people carry the genetic mutation that causes SMA. But even so, many people are not familiar with SMA. Thanks to the Cure SMA community, that is changing.
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA has awarded a $140,000 research grant to Mustafa Sahin, MD, PhD, at Boston Children’s Hospital for his project, “mTOR and Protein Synthesis in SMA.” Individuals with spinal muscular atrophy don’t produce survival motor neuron (SMN)...
By SMA America
SoCore Energy Selects Sunny Tripower Inverters for 44 Movie Theater, Shipping and Retail Locations
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA has awarded a $140,000 research grant to Francesco Lotti, PhD, at Columbia University, for his project, "Role of Sumoylation in SMN Function and SMA Pathology." Survival motor neuron (SMN) protein is critical to the function of the nerves that...
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA, the leading organization in the US dedicated to the treatment and cure of spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), has issued a statement commending the US House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee for their release of the 21st Century Cures.
By Cure SMA
Cure SMA has announced a new $50,000 clinical care grant to Dr. Nilesh Mehta, for his project focusing on nutrition in spinal muscular atrophy (SMA).
By Cure SMA
Audrey Lewis founded Families of SMA, now Cure SMA, 30 years ago.
By SMA Behavioral Healthcare
Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare is pleased to announce a free Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) certification course for Flagler County residents on Friday, January 9, 2015 from 8am to 5pm at the Flagler County Government Services Building.
By SMA America
Solar Technology Leader Takes Top Spot among Inverter Manufacturers
By SMA America
SMA ReadyRack™ Meets UL and NEC 690.12 Rapid Shutdown Requirements
By SMA Behavioral Healthcare
SMA Behavioral Healthcare held their annual meeting and awards banquet October 15th and presented community and staff awards, and installed members of their board of directors.
By SMA America
Solar Leader to Supply 880 String Inverters for 24 MW Pavana Solar Park
By SMA America
Robust 7,000- and 7,700-Watt Inverters with Secure Power Supply Ideal for Large Residential PV Projects
By SMA America
SMA will showcase a variety of solutions for residential, commercial and utility-scale applications at unique indoor and outdoor exhibits at Solar Power International in Las Vegas, October 20-23.
By SMA America
Exclusive Monitoring Package Provides Real-Time Data for the Life of the Inverter
By Vicki Kress
Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare, along with Keep Kids Drug Free Foundation (KKDFF) and a host of other sponsors, are organizing a Florida’s National Recovery Month Ride to Keep Kids Drug Free and Recovery and Celebration at the Daytona Beach...
By SMA Canada
Solar Leader to Power and Maintain 140 MW Kingston Solar Project
By Chet Bell
SMA’s BEACH House 5k Planners Step Up After ‘Run or Dye’ Race Planners Cancel Race without Refunds
By Ivan Cosimi
Daytona Beach, FL - Stewart‐Marchman‐Act Behavioral Healthcare’s Board of Directors has unanimously approved its Transition Committee’s recommendation to employ Ivan A.
By Chet Bell
Daytona Beach, FL - SMA Behavioral Healthcare and the Flagler County Free Clinic have entered into an agreement to provide services to each other’s patients and to hold a monthly primary care clinic on SMA’s Vince Carter Sanctuary campus for SMA...
By Chet Bell
Daytona Beach, FL – SMA Behavioral Healthcare is pleased to announce that team member Robert “Weyman” Ethridge has received the Frank Toback Consultant Pharmacist Award. “Weyman has been a pharmacist for 53 years,” said SMA’s CFO Ivan Cosimi.
By SMA Behavioral Healthcare
Daytona Beach, FL, July 17, 2014– The Grainger Foundation, an independent, private foundation located in Lake Forest, Illinois, has donated $10,000 to the Stewart Marchman-Act Foundation, Inc.
By Chet Bell
Daytona Beach, FL – SMA Behavioral Healthcare is pleased to announce that Connie Scheffler R.N. has been promoted to Director of Nursing at SMA’s Pinegrove Crisis Center in Daytona Beach.
By Sma Behavioral Healthcare
Contact: Chet Bell, CEO 386-236-1764 St. Augustine, FL – ‘A Choices in Recovery’ presentation on May 30th drew sixty people, both health care providers and those effected by mental health issues, to Flagler Hospital St. Augustine.
By Special Spaces Chicagoland
Special Spaces Chicagoland, a non-profit organization that creates dream bedrooms for children with life-threatening medical conditions, will be conducting a room makeover for a 3 year-old Naperville girl, Ella Casten on Tuesday, June 3
By Stewart Marchman Act Behavioral Healthcare
Contact: Sini Summerlin (386) 236-1809 mhfa.volusiaflagler@hotmail.com Flagler County, FL – Stewart Marchman Act Behavioral Healthcare is pleased to announce that a Mental Health First Aid certification course will be held at Vince Carter Sanctuary on...
By SMA America
Strata Solar Chooses Sunny Central Inverters for Twin 20 MW Solar Farms in Southwestern Tennessee
By SMA America
New 3,800- and 6,000-Watt Models Ideal for Service-Constrained and Large Residential PV Projects
By SMA America
Web-Based PV Monitoring Platform Affirms Position as World’s Largest Inverter Portal
By SMA America
SMA Named One of the Most Innovative Companies Transforming the Power Sector
By Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare
Contact: Chet Bell, CEO 386-236-1764 cbell@smabehavioral.org St. Augustine, FL - Brenda Castells, M.D. and Jacques Amole, DNP, RN, ARNP, have joined the staff of Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare’s (SMA) St. Johns County Clinic.  Dr.
By Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare
Contact: Chet Bell, CEO 386-236-1764 cbell@smabehavioral.org Palatka, FL - Brenda Castells, M.D. and Susan White, ARNP, have joined the staff of Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare’s (SMA) Putnam County Clinic.  Dr.
By SMA Behavioral Healthcare
Contact: SINI SUMMERLIN, (386) 236-1809 mhfa.volusiaflagler@hotmail.com Flagler County, FL – SMA Behavioral Healthcare is initiating the Mental Health First Aid program in Flagler County, joining a National Initiative to increase mental health...
By Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare
Chet Bell, CEO 386-236-1764 cbell@smabehavioral.org Daytona Beach, FL - Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare (SMA) is pleased to announce that two of their inmates from Reality House, a Community Drug Treatment Program for state prison inmates,...
By SMA Behavioral Healthcare
Chet Bell, CEO 386-236-1764 cbell@smabehavioral.org Daytona Beach, FL – SMA Behavioral Healthcare is pleased to announce that Chief Robert Hardwick has been appointed as the Chairman of SMA’s Board Marketing Committee.
By SMA America
Power Plant Service Accelerates Start-up, Pulls Forward Commercial Operation Dates
By LaRocca & Associates, Inc.
On Mar. 4, at 5:35 PM, Gary Sapir, Speaker, Trainer, SHRM Leader, Senior Human Resource Consultant, will present on the topic of “Advanced Interview Techniques for the HR Professional from the other side of the Desk”


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