The Neuroarchaeologist

The Neuroarchaeologist

HIRE ME THE NEUROARCHAEOLOGIST Neuroscientist Kenneth Kosik’s analysis of a unique family’s genes may point the way to a better understanding of Alzheimer’s disease. By Koren Wetmore | The locals call it La Bobera (‘the foolishness”), an early-onset form of...
Al Karnig: CSUSB President

Al Karnig: CSUSB President

HIRE ME Al Karnig: CSUSB President (Special edition honoring retiring university president) By Koren Wetmore | When Albert Karnig took the helm as Cal State San Bernardino’s third president in 1997, he set his sights on the future and developed a strategic plan. A key...
Research Brief: Insights Into the Ionosphere

Research Brief: Insights Into the Ionosphere

HIRE ME Research Brief: Insights Into the Ionosphere By Koren Wetmore | Look skyward on a winter’s night in the Northern Hemisphere and you may glimpse the beauty of the aurora borealis. Come sunrise, the same forces that spur its shimmering bands will likely wreak...
Donor Story: Dottie Weiss

Donor Story: Dottie Weiss

HIRE ME Donor Story: Dottie Weiss By Koren Wetmore | On a golden afternoon in Westfield, N.J., Dorothy “Dotty” Weiss gingerly grasps a pencil and sketches several snowdrops harvested from her flower garden. The simple act brings her great joy—as do the sculptures and...
Rise of the MD, MBA

Rise of the MD, MBA

HIRE ME Rise of the MD, MBA By Koren Wetmore | While some may fear change, Jefferson President and CEO Stephen Klasko, MD, MBA, embraces and inspires it. So as others strive to reform healthcare, he’s busy reimagining it. Klasko employs technology with a patient care...