Cover Story: Human Trials
Where's the oversight for human pharmaceutical trials? In this week's issue, U.S. 1's Diccon Hyatt reports on WIRB Copernicus, which provides institutional review boards (IRBs) for studies involving human subjects. Headquartered in Carnegie Center, the pharmaceutical services company is led by CEO Donald Deieso, a healthcare industry veteran.
Also, ever wonder what it's like to be on an IRB responsible for evaluating the ethics of a potential study?
Next issue of U.S. 1: April 1, 2015.
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IN THE SPOTLIGHT:
Stapled into the March 25, 2015 issue of U.S. 1 is a new publication: Genesis. A quarterly journal to celebrate our creative community, see the editor's note for more information. The first edition Spring 2015 issue features an interview with Labyrinth bookstore owners Dorothea von Moltke and Cliff Simms on the importance of indie book stores, a book excerpt on Nazi Gold by George Taber, founding editor of NJ Biz, fiction by Princeton author Robert Hebditch, and more.
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Michael Graves, 1934-2015:
The distinguished Princeton-based architect Michael Graves died on March 12. Above all he was an artist, as detailed by a journalist's encounter in his studio more than 30 years ago. Those seeking to celebrate and remember Graves can visit his 50-year retrospective exhibit at Grounds for Sculpture that runs through April 5. Closer to home, Graves designed the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts. Click here for a 2006 Q&A leading up to the center's completion. A memorial service will be held at Princeton University Sunday, April 12.
Summer Fiction Invitation
It's never too early to think summer. U.S. 1 Newspaper invites all writers and poets to participate in the annual Summer Fiction issue, to be published Wednesday, July 22. This is an opportunity to share your original short fiction, short play, or poetry with the community and have it published in hard-copy form. Authors retain all rights.
The submission deadline is Friday, June 12. Send your previously unpublished work by mail to U.S. 1 Newspaper, 15 Princess Road, Suite K, Lawrenceville 08648; or as an E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include in your submissions a brief biographical summary, and your name, address, and phone number.
Submissions from children are not encouraged, and preference will be given to central New Jersey and Bucks County writers whose work addresses a theme or place relevant to the community.
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