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Company Overview of Duquesne University
Duquesne University is a catholic educational institution. The schools and colleges of the university include McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts; Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences; A.J. Palumbo School of Business Administration; John F. Donahue Graduate School of Business; Mylan School of Pharmacy; Rangos School of Health Sciences; School of Nursing; School of Education; School of Music; School of Law; School of Leadership and Professional Advancement; Capital Region Campus. In addition Duquesne offers Web-enhanced courses and distance learning programs. Duquesne University was formerly known as Pittsburgh Catholic College. The university was established in...
600 Forbes Ave Ste 205
Pittsburgh, PA 15219-3016
Founded in 1878
Key Executives for Duquesne University
Vice President of Legal Affairs
Director of Financial Aid
Edward V. Fritzky Chairman in Biotechnology Leadership
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Duquesne University Key Developments
Duquesne University Appoints Charles Bartel as Assistant Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Jul 24 14
Charles Bartel has been appointed assistant vice president and chief information officer at Duquesne University. Bartel, who is now director of global information technology services at Carnegie Mellon University, will join Duquesne Aug. 18. He will oversee Computing and Technology Services, including management and strategic planning for all information technology services, including administrative computing, centralized infrastructure and a variety of technology support services, according to Duquesne.
Duquesne University Enters Licensing Deal for Cancer Treatment Drugs
Dec 4 13
Nearly 50 patents, developed quietly in the labs of Duquesne University, could hold big potential for the treatment of cancer. Working with Flag Therapeutics Inc., the university has entered into a licensing agreement for two novel classes of duel-acting, water-soluble drugs developed by Duquesne professor Aleem Gangjee for the treatment of cancer. Representing the large licensing deal in Duquesne's history, the agreement provides Flag with the exclusive worldwide rights for the two families of patents, extending beyond 2035. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Preclinical studies suggest that both compounds hold the potential to treat multiple types of cancer, including some ovarian, breast, lung, brain and pancreatic cancer. The drugs have not been tested on humans, which will take significant investment.
Duquesne University Names John A. Viator as Inaugural Director of the New Biomedical Engineering Program, Effective Sept. 1, 2013
Jun 23 13
John A. Viator was named the inaugural director of the new biomedical engineering program at Duquesne University, effective Sept. 1, 2013.
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