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More Industrious Microbes

The pharmaceutical industry is not the first arena of human entrepreneur-ship to use microbes. As early as 6000 B.C., Mesopotamians in the region of what is now Iraq began using naturally occurring yeasts to clot cheese and to ferment alcoholic beverages, two activities that became quite popular through the ages. Other microbes were adopted for commercial application more recently. For example, a natural root-nodule bacterium that fertilizes agricultural soils with nitrogen was marketed commercially in 1895. In 1912, researchers harnessed microbes to produce industrial quantities of acetone and butanol in the first major use of microbial actions for market products other than food and drink. And, in 1938, in the first government-sanctioned release of a bacterial product in pest control, Bacilluspapilliae was sprayed across the eastern United States in efforts to control the Japanese beetle.

They Hold a Vision of the Ideal

ENTREPRENEURIAL THOUGHT IS KEY TO CREATING A VISION OF THE IDEAL. The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing, which reunited education and service, was created because leaders thought like entrepreneurs. The leaders of this initiative had a vision to reconcile some of the gap between education and practice that had been widened by the movement of education out of hospitals and into universities and technical schools. Their ideal was the institute, a joint venture of two entities Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and Johns Hopkins Hospital Department of Nursing so that education and practice could work hand in hand to jointly advance nursing as a profession. This endeavor integrated the knowledge that nurses are natural creative problem solvers, although they are not always in a position to solve problems beyond their individual clinical practice (Sabatier, 2002). They did what many who start a new business do they established a mission statement, formed a business plan, created a budget,...

Employment Incentives

The Job Accommodations Network (JAN), sponsored by the Office of Disability Employment Policy of the U.S. Department of Labor, is a government resource that provides both employers and workers with valuable information. Network members share experiences in successful accommodation strategies employers who utilize the service are required to join the network (Magill 1997).5 One benefit provided by JAN is Searchable Online Accommodation Resource (SOAR), which allows someone on the Internet to go through a series of steps (select a disability, functional limitation, an affected job function, and an accommodation solution) and to obtain a list of vendors (from across the nation) providing the accommodation solution identified that could help a worker with a specified job function. There is also the opportunity on the SOAR website to enter specifics about an employer's or worker's unique situation and to obtain personal feedback. In addition, JAN provides information services to...

Social kiss See dry kiss

Social Security The United States' most extensive program to provide income for older and disabled Americans. It is paid for by a tax on workers and their employers. Qualified workers are eligible for old age and disability benefits. Benefits are also available for the spouse and dependents of a retired or disabled worker. When a worker dies, benefits can be collected by surviving family members who qualify. Over 95 percent of American workers, including household help, farm workers, self-employed persons, employees of state and local government, and (since 1984) federal workers, participate in the program. Railroad workers are covered by a separate federal program, railroad retirement, that is integrated with Social Security. The program is complicated, and the law and regulations change from time to time. Contact your local office of the Social Security Administration (SSA) for literature about Social Security benefits or to ask specific questions about your own case. They are...

About the Barratt Impulsiveness Scale

People who are high in cognitive impulsiveness are biologically predisposed to this pattern. If you suspect you are one of these people, perhaps the best strategy is to let your nature work to your advantage. Yes, there are some things that might be extremely difficult for you to do. You would not make a good scholar who must concentrate on dusty tomes for hours on end. But you might make a great entrepreneur who can see phenomena in a fresh light and can move quickly from task to task. You may have to guard against your tendency to act too quickly without sufficient thought, but you probably have what it takes to do things that more deliberate, cautious people (such as myself) cannot. If you recognize your limitations, you may be able to make your impulsiveness work for you rather than against you.

From Little Pharmacy to Big Pharma

The late seventeenth century was a smart time for an entrepreneur in the dying Holy Roman Empire to launch a medical business. Europe was going through a huge upheaval, both political and intellectual. The Thirty Years War that century's version of World Wars I and II combined had ended in 1648 with more than half the population of Germany wiped out. The then-reigning power centers of the Ottoman Empire, the Holy Roman Empire, and the Republic of Poland were collapsing, while Russia, Prussia, and Austria were steadily consolidating to fill the void. In England, Parliament would twice challenge its own monarchy, first beheading one king, Charles I, in 1649 and then throwing out another, James II, in 1689.

Interview With Dane Miller

DM By retaining the founding principles of the company to maintain an entrepreneurial environment, one where you're continuing to make progress with new products and new technologies. And we also happen to be fortunate that we're in a market that's growing nicely, as well. MDR&D There have been some growth stages in the history of Biomet from entrepreneurial start-up then you've had a middle stage at about the 300 million revenue mark. And then today you're over 1 billion in sales and a worldwide market presence and a worldwide manufacturing presence. What did you need to do at each stage to move the company up to the next level

The poisonings of Handel and Beethoven

George Frederick Handel (1685-1759) was the first of the great entrepreneurial composers. Born in Halle, Germany, he was eventually appointed musician to the court of the Elector of Hanover, and when the Elector became King George I of England Handel moved with him and lived the rest of his life in London, producing a stream of operas and oratorios. His most popular work was the Messiah, which was premiered in 1742. This

About the Self Efficacy Scale

I have seen countless students over the years who have a serious goal-setting problem. They begin their freshman year with dreams of becoming a physician, lawyer, research scientist, and the like, but then halfway through their first semester, they begin to miss class because they partied too much the night before. It is a noble goal to want to be a doctor, lawyer, or research scientist, but it is critical to have short-term goals that allow you to move steadily toward your long-term goals. If you believe you have failed to reach your goals, make a list of the steps you would have to take to get there and begin with the very first step on that list. The first step might be to take one course at the local community college. Perhaps it might be to begin saving 10 per week so you can buy the equipment you need to start your own business. The key is to set small goals that are within your reach and to give yourself credit for reaching them. As the clich suggests, nothing breeds success...

Other Acts And Executive Orders

Although the APA sets forth the basic requirements for federal rulemaking, other acts and executive orders also apply and include the following (1) Executive Order 12866, which provides for review of federal rules by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) (part of the Office of the President) and which requires the preparation of cost-benefit analyses for some rules and (2) the Regulatory Flexibility Act, which requires analyses by agencies of the potential economic effects of their rules on small entities (small businesses, nonprofits, and small governmental jurisdictions).

The Editor

Ted Kucklick has extensive experience in the hands-on design and commercial development of medical devices, including radio frequency ablation devices, microwave catheters for minimally invasive therapy, inhome diagnostics devices, surgical closure devices, battery-powered devices, disposables, gene therapy manufacturing equipment, and general surgery tools. Ted has been involved in the early stages and development and productization of devices for companies such as Vidamed, Oratec, Neomend, Somnus, Curon, Starion Instruments, Sleep Solutions, RITA Medical, AfX (now Guidant), and Cannuflow. He is the former senior designer for RITA Medical Systems and Advanced Closure Systems (now Neomend). Ted is currently the cofounder, vice president of engineering, and CTO for Cannuflow, Inc., an arthroscopic instrument start-up company, and design director for TRKD Medical Device R&D, a medical device design and development company. Ted has a bachelor's degree in product design and is the...

Engaging Partners

In the area of nutrition, school cafeterias can also modify their offerings to support better food choices by students. Through partnerships with schools, communities can work to change children's eating and physical activity habits by providing support and information to help teachers and school staff modify curricula and change cafeteria menus, and by not permitting vending machines with sugar- and fat-laden products in the school setting. For example, the Los Angeles Unified School District discontinued soda vending on all school premises in the district, thus removing an element that has been linked to childhood obesity (Wood, 2002). Communities could also develop relationships with farmers to make fresh fruits and vegetables more readily available and affordable through weekly markets. Neighborhood restaurants and grocery stores could offer and advertise healthier foods. In partnership with local media, health officials, large and small businesses, and others, community groups...

Cultural Patterns

Nevertheless, some shared cultural values are translated into frequent behaviors. Colombians, on the positive side, tend to be hard working, family oriented, resourceful, creative, patriotic, entrepreneurial, generous, witty, joyful, polite, self-reflective, and spiritual. On the other hand, shame, low self-esteem, guilt, and a tendency to foster classism can also be found. Various

Work permits

Prospective employers will apply to the Department for Education and Employment (DFEE) or the Training and Employment Agency Northern Ireland (TEA), for a work permit on behalf of the doctor. Self-employment has its own regulations. The Overseas Labour Service of the DFEE or the TEA can provide further details.

About This Book

This book contains interviews with some of the top leaders in the medical device industry. These are people who know by experience how to develop innovative new medical technology and how to start and grow successful companies. Each of them was unfailingly gracious and exceptionally generous with their time and insight, and they have my enduring gratitude for allowing me to interview them and pester them with my questions. Hearing them share their knowledge, experience, and wisdom has been one of the most enjoyable aspects of producing this book. The insights shared represent decades of distilled top-level experience. These are people that have helped build some of the most successful companies and key technologies in the medical device industry. They share what works, and what doesn't. These interviews are valuable resources that will reward the reader with fresh insights as they are read, and re-read. Where available, there are lists of additional...

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