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FDA Grants Merrimack Fast Track Designation for Seribantumab (MM-121) in Non-small Cell Lung Cancer

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., July 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Merrimack Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: MACK) today announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted seribantumab, also known as MM-121, Fast Track designation for development in patients with heregulin-positive, locally advanced or metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) whose disease has progressed following immunotherapy. Fast Track is a program designed by [...]

University of Utah College of Science Breaks Ground on Crocker Science Center

Renovation will transform beloved George Thomas Building on Presidents Circle into elite center for scientific teaching and research Mar 31, 2016 SALT LAKE CITY —University of Utah President David W. Pershing and College of Science Dean Henry S. White hosted a groundbreaking ceremony to commence construction of the Gary and Ann Crocker Science Center [...]

Gary Crocker: Product, Long Term Job and Value Creation, and Funding are Critical Keys to Sustainable Utah Companies

Crocker addresses Utah executives at Utah Technology Council (UTC) breakfast event SALT LAKE CITY (Nov. 17, 2010) – “It’s not about you,” Gary L. Crocker told Utah executives. “It’s your product, the long-term job and value creation and planning for future funding well in advance that will help Utah’s companies achieve sustainable growth.” Crocker provided [...]

UTC Hall of Famer Gary L. Crocker to Explore Sustainable, Scalable Businesses at Industry Breakfast

Presentation and Discussion to Focus on Moving beyond Start-up Mode toward Long-Term Success SALT LAKE CITY (Nov. 8, 2010) – The Utah Technology Council today announced that Gary L. Crocker, 2010 inductee into the UTC Hall of Fame, will lead a discussion with Utah entrepreneurs and other business leaders about how to create major, sustainable [...]

Utah technology group inducting three into Hall of Fame

The Salt Lake Tribune August 2, 2010 – Inducted will be Gary L. Crocker, Mike Leavitt and the late Dale H. Ballard. The speaker at the Oct. 29 event is John T. Chambers, chairman and CEO of Cisco. Crocker is president of Crocker Ventures, a life science investment firm. Since 2004, he also has been chairman [...]

Utah Technology Council to induct Leavitt, Crocker, Ballard into Hall of Fame

Deseret News August 2, 2010 — Former Utah Gov. Michael O. Leavitt, Gary L. Crocker and Dale H. Ballard will be inducted into the Utah Technology Council Hall of Fame, the organization announced Thursday. The council, a professional association, will honor these “legends” of Utah’s technology industry Oct. 29 at the Grand America Hotel. “These [...]

Three Utah Luminaries to be Inducted into UTC Hall of Fame

Dale H. Ballard, Gary L. Crocker and Michael O. Leavitt to be added to the list of renowned leaders and pioneers of the Utah Technology Industry SALT LAKE CITY – July 28, 2010 – The Utah Technology Council (UTC) has announced Gary L. Crocker and Governor Michael O. Leavitt will be inducted into the UTC [...]

Historic U. building to get $75M makeover

New science center will promote collaboration. By Brian Maffly The Salt Lake Tribune March 8, 2010 – A highly visible anchor of the University of Utah’s Presidents Circle will become a state-of-the-art interdisciplinary science hub under a $75 million plan to renovate the building soon to be vacated by the Utah Museum of Natural History. Officials [...]

University of Utah’s College of Science to occupy old museum

By Wendy Leonard Deseret News March 8, 2010  — SALT LAKE CITY — When the dinosaur bones, rock slabs and fossils venture from their current location at Utah’s Museum of Natural History to a new home, the inside walls will come down to facilitate one of the largest on-campus renovation projects the University of Utah has [...]

U receives $10 million donation to renovate Thomas building

Associated Press, KSL, Standard Examiner March 8, 2010 – A $10 million donation will help the University of Utah renovate the historic George Thomas Building after the Utah Museum of Natural History moves out of it. The university announced Monday that the donation came from Gary L. and Ann S. Crocker. The building will be transformed [...]