Hammond Biotech Firm Partners with Australian University

A Hammond-based biotechnology company is teaming up with the University of Western Australia to develop drugs to help fight neurodegenerative diseases and spinal cord injury pain. Neuro Vigor focuses its research on neutralizing reactive aldehydes, which are key to the progression of diseases such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease. Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer […]... Read More

Bowen Center Awarded Grant

Warsaw-based Bowen Center is one of hundreds of mental health centers in the country to receive grant funding through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The center has been... Read More

Foundations Endow Purdue Professorship

The Henry Haller Jr. Foundation has donated $750,000 to endow a professorship to support cancer biology research efforts from the Center for Cancer Research and the College of Science at Purdue Univer... Read More

Quarterly Profit Jumps for Anthem

Indianapolis-based Anthem Inc. (NYSE: ANTM) is reporting third quarter net income of $1.5 million, up from $222,000 during the same period last year. The health insurance provider says medical enrollm... Read More

University of Evansville Receives Gift

The University of Evansville is the recipient of an over $3.5 million gift from the John B. and Lucille S. Kelly Trust. The university says the funding will support the Lucy Kelly Nursing Scholarship,... Read More

Child Advocacy Groups to Join Forces

Two child advocacy organizations in central Indiana have announced plans to combine forces to further support families who have a child with a disability or special healthcare need. Family Voices Indi... Read More

Fair Haven to Open New Indy Facility

Indianapolis-based nonprofit Fair Haven will Friday cut the ribbon on a $2.8 million facility for seriously ill patients and their families to stay while they seek critical medical care. Ada's Place i... Read More