Amy Stulick

Staff Reporter (Health Care, Law)

Email: astulick@sfvbj.com
Phone: 818-316-3121 Extension: 112

Recent Stories

Social Impact Fund Invests in ConsejoSano

North Hollywood health care software company ConsejoSano has received an investment from the Bernard J. Tyson Impact Fund.

Bar Association Elects David Jones as President

The San Fernando Valley Bar Association on Thursday formally announced its new board of trustees and officers, led by David Jones as president.

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Amgen, Eli Lilly to Manufacture COVID-19 Treatments

Biopharma giants Amgen Inc. and Eli Lilly on Thursday announced an antibody manufacturing collaboration for potential COVID-19 treatments.

Amgen Selects Bay Area Startups for Big Ticket Program

Amgen Inc. on Tuesday announced its Golden Ticket winners — startup companies BigHat Biosciences and Trilo Therapeutics.

Law Facilitates Retirement Fund Withdrawals in COVID Crisis

Employees looking to draw from retirement funds to stay afloat during the pandemic can now do so without penalty because of a new law.

West Hills Hospital Closes Obstetrics Unit After 'Significant Decline' in Births

West Hills Hospital will close its obstetrics program effective Nov. 1, the organization announced earlier this month.

FDA Approves Atara Biotherapeutics to Begin Tumor Trial

Atara Biotherapeutics has received the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s green light to start clinical trials for its next-generation CAR T therapy.

Campaign Averts Next Health Crisis

Call to action for patients to come back to hospitals.

The California Hospital Association launched its “Care Can’t Wait” public service campaign late last month

Approval of Medtronic’s Insulin Pump

Data-sharing aids younger patients to manage disease.

A new insulin pump system from Medtronic, named the Minimed 770G, has received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration

An MBA in Unusual Times

Local business schools adapt to the pandemic while enrollment remains strong.

Master in business administration programs in the Valley region have not seen a decrease in enrollment as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, leaving administrators pleasantly surprised after months of uncertainty.

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