Thursday Wrap presented by The Men’s Room: Diamond Pickett records her sixth double-double; Jared King hits game-winner on senior night

first_img Subscribe by Email SCIO (0-7) 21FRIENSHIP (3-3) 40 DANSVILLE (6-0) 60WARSAW (2-4) 15Arayana Young recorded a monster double-double with 14 points and 16 rebounds which led Dansville to its sixth straight win. Hannah LaPlant had an all-around game that featured a game-high 18 points alongside seven rebounds, seven steals, and four assists. Madison Lee was the only other Mustang in double-figures with 13. Other scorers – Dansville: Abigail Belcher (6), Sidney Stone (4), Madelyn Failla (2), Erin Patanella (2), and Briella Caruso (1) PERRY (2-4) 39LETCHWORTH (0-6) 20 BLOOMFIELD (3-4) 40DUNDEE (4-3) 54Senior Steven Webster recorded a double-double with 14 points, 13 rebounds, and four blocks as Dundee moved above .500. Logan Salvatore and Peyton Boudinot each chipped in 14 points and six rebounds. Dundee jumped out to a 14-2 lead after the first quarter and half a 30-12 lead at the half. This was the third straight win for Dundee. Other scorers – Dundee: Blake Machuga (4), Brady Richardson (3), Michael End (3), Hunter Crofoot (2) Thursday Wrap presented by The Men’s Room: Diamond Pickett records her sixth double-double; Jared King hits game-winner on senior night HFL’s Hannah Selke (10) and Teagan Kamm (24) pressure Olympia’s Abby Dewar (22) during Thursday’s action. (Photo: PAUL GOTHAM)GIRLSOUR LADY OF MERCY (6-2) 66AQUINAS (4-3) 32Libby McDonough’s 23 points (18 in the first half) led Mercy (6-2) to a 66-32 win at Aquinas (4-3). She was joined in double figures by Katie Whitaker (12 points and 12 rebounds). The Monarchs spread the rest of the scoring around in a dominant win that was keyed by a stellar defensive showing in the first half. READ MORE.HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (6-2) 61GREECE OLYMPIA (2-5) 34Foul trouble limited the Honeoye Falls-Lima girls’ basketball team late in the first half, Thursday night. Lineup intact to start the third quarter, Steve Willoughby’s squad rolled to its fourth win in five games. READ MORE.SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (0-4) 35EAST (4-2) 85Diamond Pickett paced East with a game-high 27 points alongside 24 rebounds. Pickett has recorded a double-double in all six games this year. Shariona Blocker stuffed the stat sheet with 23 points, eight rebounds, seven assists, and five steals. Imani Oliver chipped in 15 points with four rebounds and four assists. Other scorers – East: Gabriella Brown-Sturdviant III (11), D’niah Johnson (5), and Ali’Yana Robinson (4). Kiki Jackson led the School of the Arts with a team-high 16 points and 10 rebounds. WEBSTER THOMAS (1-5) 40CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (4-2) 53PENFIELD (6-1) 61BRIGHTON (2-4) 48Junior Eva Elliot scored a team-high 15 points as Penfield collected its third-straight win. Haley Emmick had 11, and Kennedy Cone totaled 10. Other scorers – Penfield: Emma Blumenstock (9), Elisa Faklaris (7), Grace Alexander (3), Kylie Bell (3), and Jackie Funk (3). Kaiya Larkins led Brighton with a team-high 15 points alongside three assists and three rebounds. Kiara Anglin posted a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds. Other scorers – Brighton: Lucy Lederman (7), Sadie Scott (7), Katie Hardie (5), Olivia Rush (2), and Ellen Lavonas (1)FAIRPORT (7-1) 47VICTOR (2-4) 44PITTSFORD MENDON (7-0) 75SPENCERPORT (0-6) 29PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (3-4) 33BATAVIA (5-3) 48GREECE ARCADIA (0-5) 24BROCKPORT (5-2) 57Brockport picked up its third straight win behind a team-high 15 points from junior Ella Fadale. Ava Velletri was the only other Blue Devil in double-figures with 14. Other scorers – Brockport: Emma Laureano (8), Maggie Schultz (8), Gisela Allen (6), Anna Wojtas (4), and Emma Sodoma (2)EASTRIDGE (1-4) 34GREECE ATHENA (3-3) 48Senior Kiera Osier scored a team-high 19 points which snapped a two-game losing streak. Jamie McConnell, Mariah Freeman, and Trinity Johnson each scored seven points. Other scorers – Athena: Lynia Thomas (4), Lauren Branagan (2), and Maddie Pioli (2) Add to Google+ GENESEO (5-1) 45MOUNT MORRIS (0-6) 29Senior Faith Ainsworth led a balanced Geneseo offense which featured nine different scorers. Ainsworth had a team-high 11, and Mary Claire Rollins finished with 10. Other scorers – Geneseo: Brogan Henderson (9), Tessa Reilly (4), Emily Lamb (3), Regina Cucchiara (2), Caroline Capel (2), Tessa Salatel (2), and Maggie Kennedy (2) WATERLOO (8-0) 60PALMYRA-MACEDON (6-2) 28Giavanna White-Principio led the eight Indian scorers with a team-high 18 points. Allie Smith and Macy Carr each scored nine points as Waterloo remains unbeaten. Other scorers – Waterloo: Kennedy Beniamino (7), Jazzmyn Lewis (6), McKenzie Barber (6), Natalie DiSanto (3), and Morgan Caraballo (2) ALEXANDER (2-4) 44OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (5-1) 60 Print This Post Connect on Linked in IRONDEQUOIT (2-3) 28CANANDAIGUA (6-1) 51 SCIO (4-2) 58HINSDALE (1-4) 56Senior Cam Loucks exploded for 39 points including 10 points in the fourth quarter has Scio won its second straight game. Cam Loucks started off hot with 16 in the first quarter, and ended the half with 26. Brenden Locuks complimented cam with 15 points, with 13 of them coming in the second half. Nate Ford finished with four points. MIDLAKES (6-2) 71NEWARK (1-7) 31 GANANDA (3-4) 32RED JACKET (3-4) 49Isabelle McHugh led the seven Red Jacket scorers with a team-high 10 points. This win snapped a three game losing streak for the Indians. Other scorers – Red Jacket: Emily Record (9), Olivia Hotchkiss (8), Mary English (7), Natalie Lecceardone (6), Ashley Reed (6), and Anna Penird (3) ROCHESTER PREP (4-3) 82ROCHESTER ACADEMY (2-5) 81Senior Donya Walton grabbed a steal and made a buzzer-beating layup as time expired to give Rochester Prep its fourth straight win. Donya finished with 11 points, Senior Emmanuel Graham scored a team-high 20 points alongside five assists. Jami Walker chipped in 18, and Jaquis Robinson finished with 17. Javier Flowers collected 12 rebounds to go along with his nine points. BYRON-BERGEN (4-3) 79KENDALL (1-6) 51Senior Nick Baubie led Byron-Bergen with a game-high 20 points. Jerrod Amesbury chipped in 14, and Corden Zimmerman added in 11. The Bees snapped a two-game losing streak and moved back to above .500. Derek Edick paced Kendall with a team-high 19 points alongside five blocks and four rebounds. Quante Gillians totaled 14 points with seven rebounds, and Braxton Zarpetine had 12. By Nic Rohloff on February 25, 2021No Comment Follow on Facebook CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (3-4) 22YORK (4-2) 48York snapped a two-game losing streak behind a game-high 18 points from junior Sydnee Emerson. Stephanie Santiago was the only other Lady Knight in double-figures with 12. Other scorers – York: Addison Houseman (6), Katelyn Curry (6), Molly Grant (2), Adison Plank (2), and Stephanie Schunk (2) HAVERLING (3-3) 60LEROY (1-5) 45Haverling got back to .500 behind a game-high 21 points from sophomore Meredith Czajkowski. Cadin Taggart and Abby Spiess both scored in double-figures, Taggart had 13 and Spiess finished with 11. Other scorers – Haverling: Keegan Smith (8), Gillian Oksinski (2), Cadence Stermole (2), Raegan Faulkner (2), and Olivia Travis (1) GENESEE (1-5) 36WHITESVILLE (6-0) 80All eight Whitesville Blue Jay’s reached the scorers column, and Vanessa Hall scored a game-high 33 points. Kennedy Bledsoe complimented Vanessa Hall with 20 of her own, and Gabbi Hall chipped in 10. Other scorers – Whitesville: Rachel Jackson (6), Serena Ainsworth (5), Aislinn Hamilton (2), Serina Button (2), and Brynn Scholl (2)center_img WAYNE (8-0) 61GENEVA (5-3) 44Tyler Reynolds scored 17 to headline four different double-figure scorers for Wayne. Mason Blankenberg added 15 of his own including 13 of them in the second half. Elijah Schichtel scored 12, and Devon Forrest had 10. Other scorers – Wayne: Noah Means (4), and Charley Wiggins (4). Nasir Harrison paced Geneva with a game-high 19 points. Harrison had 13 of his 19 in the fourth quarter, and tallied five threes throughout the game. Other scorers – Geneva: Devon Martin (7), Nate Askin (7), Will Diaz (3), and Jaheim Jackson (2) GENEVA (1-7) 28WAYNE (2-6) 26 SOUTH SENECA (7-0) 51MARCUS WHITMAN (5-2) 34Senior Logan Shaulis scored a season-high 20 points as South Seneca remains undefeated. The trio of Allissa Fletcher, Emma Fletcher, and Lea Fletcher combined for 21. Allissa had nine, and Emma and Lea each had six. Other scorers – South Seneca: Allison Kenyon (6), Hailey Crane (6), and Sam Grover (2). Maddie Ryan was the only Wildcat in double-figures with 15. Other scorers – Marcus Whitman: Katie Deatherage (8), Olivia Herod (5), Felicia Cotroneo (4), and Grace Morse (2) LYNDONVILLE (4-3) 67BATAVIA-NOTRE DAME (3-3) 65Senior Nathan Dillenbeck eclipsed the 1,000 career point mark. Dillenbeck is the second player in Lyndonville’s history to achieve this milestone. HONEOYE (2-4) 40ROMULUS (2-5) 44 GREECE OLYMPIA (1-5) 50HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (6-2) 71Patrick Lustyk scored recorded a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds which led the Cougars to its fifth straight win. Lustyk got off to a hot start scoring 19 of his 21 points in the first half. Nolan Smith chipped in 17 points and eight rebounds. Josh Vogt grabbed 12 rebounds and added eight points. Junior JT Killenbec finished with 12 rebounds and nine points. Other scorers – Honeoye Falls-Lima: Reece Joint (6), Ben Carson (3), Max Wanzenried (6) and Charlie Kirby (1). Ricky Hill and Jahon Falson led Greece Olympia with eight points each. Other scorers – Olympia: Yasin Omar (7), Jackson McBeth (7), Nate Miller (5), Tamar Roundtree (6), Jovan Barfield (4), Devin Dowdell (3), and Luke Strong (2) PALMYRA-MACEDON (5-3) 48WATERLOO (1-7) 51 ROMULUS (1-6) 43HONEOYE (5-2) 54Senior Jack Reynolds recorded a 20-point double-double which led Honeoye to a bounce-back win. Reynolds finished with a game-high 23 points and 14 rebounds, and had nine points in the closing fourth quarter. Logan Thomas had eight points alongside 14 rebounds. Other scorers – Honeoye: Jake Jarosinski (10), Alex Jarosinski (6), Kyle DiBiasse (5), and Cam Allison (2). Erik Jensen led Romulus with a team-high 13 points and 10 rebounds. Other scorers – Romulus: Henry Morse (11), Devon Morrell (9), Connor Franklin (8), and Mike Kaufman (2) Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. AVON (5-1) 58WAYLAND-COHOCTON (3-3) 27 MIDLAKES (1-6) 78SOUTH SENECA (4-4) 76 ATTICA (4-4) 50WHEATLAND-CHILI (3-4) 47Nick Perl lifted Attica to .500 with a go ahead basket with under two minutes remaining. Peral finished with six points, 10 rebounds, and four blocks. Ayden Goll paced the Blue Devils offense with a 25 points, five rebounds, five assists, and three steals. Drew Cusmano chipped in nine points. For Wheatland-Chili, Aaron Lund led the team with 15 points. Bayly Henshaw ended with 12, and Brendan Moore finished with 10. Share on Facebook PAVILION (6-0) 60KESHEQUA (1-5) 13Shea Amberger and Lauren Kingsley each recorded a double-double as Pavilion remains unbeaten. Amberger scored a game-high 14 points with 11 rebounds, and Kingsley had 12 points and 10 rebounds. Adeline Milligan collected 12 rebounds alongside her nine points. Other scorers – Pavilion: Paige Landers (12), Karlee Zinkievich (8), and Emily Kingsley (5). Scorers for Keshequa: Emilee Wright (4), Libby Benner (3), Ava Thayer (2), Kelsey Davis (2), and Julia Wilkins (2) ANDOVER (3-5) 8BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (5-2) 37 BOYS MYNDERSE (3-5) 43PENN YAN (5-3) 55Joddie Decker had a season-high 22 points which helped snap a two-game losing streak for Penn Yan. Hayley Andersen followed up with 11 of of her own. Other scorers – Penn Yan: Sierra Harrison (7), Jammie Decker (6), and Kayley Griffin (4) NEWARK (1-7) 61MARCUS WHITMAN (4-4) 66A balanced offensive attack for Marcus Whitman featured four double-digit scorers headlined by Jordan Lahue’s 19. Lahue did most of his damage at the free-throw line where he went 11-of-12. Noah Hildreth had 18 of his own, including two hits from beyond the arc. Aidan Royston scored 13, and Connor Tomion finished with 12. Ryan Herod totaled five points. Isaiah Camp led Newark with a game-high 20 points. Rayshawn Howard added 12, and Brayden Steve chipped in 11. Other scorers – Newark: Carter Steve (8), Gabriel Caraballo (3), Stevie Brown (3), Jacob Sides (2), and Simon Vermeersch (2) PEMBROKE (6-2) 48ELBA (3-3) 31Garrett Totten was one of four scorers for Pembroke, Totten had a team-high 18 points. Connor Cansdale followed up with 16 of his own, with 13 of them coming in the second half. Cayden Pfalzer had 10, and Chase Gudzek chipped in four. For Elba, Connor Scott led the team with eight points. 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Learn how your comment data is processed. PENN YAN (2-6) 58MYNDERSE (5-3) 59Senior Jared King made his 11th point of the game count as he converted a game-winning layup with four seconds left on senior night. Troy Kabat scored a team-high 17 points , and senior Nick Jones finished with 10 points as he scored six of them in the fourth. Other scorers – Mynderse: Mike Bogart (8), Dylan Larizza (5), Jayden Key (4), Jake Smith (3), and Thomas Santana (1). Max Brodmann led Penn Yan with a team-high 14 points. Mason Kuver helped our Bordmann with 13 of his own. Other scorers – Penn Yan: Oliver Connelly (8), Devon Gerhardt (7), Dominic Lafferty (7), Brigham Hansen (5), and Griffin Emerson (4)last_img read more

News / Intermodal the key to boosting efficiency and reliability and going greener

first_img Across the worldwide logistics industry, we are seeing a significant shift in modal use as businesses see the benefits of adopting an intermodal approach, or even shifting their operations entirely from mode to another.In addition to benefiting the environment, increasing operational efficiency and reliability, this new approach could break down the previously siloed relationships between transport modes and inspire businesses to work together to find the most cost-effective, efficient transport method to the benefit of business and customers alike.In this article, I will use case studies from FTA members PD Ports, Kerry Logistics, Tarmac and Rail Freight Services to explore the motivations behind this trend and why it is poised to have a significant impact on the logistics sector and health of our planet.Environment To take advantage of its efficiency in moving heavy loads quickly, particularly through heavily developed areas, use of rail is incentivised by government; this is a key driving factor in the uptake of companies using rail in place of road. For example, the Scottish government recently provided Tarmac, the UK’s largest supplier of construction materials, with a £1.49m ($1.9m) grant to expand rail operations at its Dunbar plant.  With obvious benefits to the environment as well as reliable arrival times unaffected by congestion, any business wishing to move freight through sustainable modes, including rail or water, can apply for funding from the Scottish government to ease the transition to new modes of transport.In London, Tarmac worked in partnership with Rail Freight Services to redesign its readymix concrete depot in Battersea, to remove the need to transport heavy raw materials across the city by road. Through the project, more than 70 FTKs of road movements have been taken off central London’s road network. The site became the first in the UK to use a train-mounted Liebherr Supergrab gantry materials handler, which, as well as being space-efficient, is able to offload a train 20% faster.As a mode of freight transport that involves minimal human contact, the Covid-19 outbreak is also responsible for a short-term shift to rail. Speaking to RailFreight.com, Dariusz Stefanski, CEO of Polish operator PCC Intermodal, reports that his company saw a 20-25% shift to rail due to the pandemic. And, while road transport did pick up once its borders reopened to road traffic and physical distancing rules were eased, he believes this could spark a more permanent shift to rail for business, as well as environmental benefit.The diversification of PD Ports – one of the UK’s major port groups – into rail, to transport cargo, has taken approximately 12,000 HGVs off the road, saving around 4.6 million miles and reducing CO2 emissions drastically.Introduced in October 2018, PD Ports’ second service to Scotland – the Teesport Express – combines rail and ferry services to replace a withdrawn ferry service from Rosyth to Zeebrugge, decommissioned that April.  Fully functional in only six months, the new service runs daily, whether the train is full or not, to give customers full confidence of delivery. PD Ports worked closely with partner P&O Ferries to achieve a seven-hour turnaround from ferry arrival to train departure to ensure customers’ needs are met.In the view of FTA, the future of rail freight lies in electrification of the railway; electric freight trains produce 60% less carbon emissions than diesel trains. Electric freight trains are an established technology already in use on key stretches of railway; around 10% of rail freight is electrically hauled, principally on the West Coast Main Line. While additional support may be needed for the implementation of rolling stock, electric freight trains could be implemented to deliver significant carbon savings in just a few years.EfficiencyWith the promise of increased speed and efficiency, logistics businesses are also shifting traditional ocean-road cargo operations to rail, following the establishment of new, long-distance rail services. For example, Kerry Logistics, Asia’s premier logistics service provider, expanded its freight capability from China and South Asia with an intermodal service from Lanzhou, China, to Islamabad, Pakistan. The first journey along this route was completed in 13 days, 15 fewer than conventional ocean-road freight, and 10 block container trains now make the journey each month, with an average of 60 teu per train. And, following its establishment of the first westbound charter freight rail service from China to Spain, Kerry Logistics has strengthened its investment in freight links on the Belt and Road routes, with a commitment to develop a dry port in Laos, linking railways between China and Thailand.Additional services have been introduced on the intermodal freight train from China through Kazakhstan to the Caucus and Turkey, as well as services from multiple regions to Pakistan and beyond.With clear benefits to speed, cost-efficiency and the environment, more and more companies are adopting an intermodal approach to their operations; a development welcomed by FTA to ensure the most cost-effective, reliable transport method is used for the good of business, customers and environment alike.To support this continued shift to intermodal transport, FTA is calling for certainty over future budgets for the Mode Shift Revenue Support (MSRS) grant scheme; a government initiative to fund the additional operating costs incurred by companies as they move to alternative transport.FTA is one of the UK’s leading business groups, representing logistics businesses which are vital to keeping the UK trading, and more than seven million people directly employed in the making, selling and moving of goods.  With Covid-19, Brexit, new technology and other disruptive forces driving change in the way goods move across borders and through the supply chain, logistics has never been more important to UK plc. FTA supports, shapes and stands up for safe and efficient logistics, and is the only business group which represents the whole industry, with members from the road, rail, sea and air industries, as well as buyers of freight services, such as retailers and manufacturers, whose businesses depend on the efficient movement of goods. For more information about the organisation and its work, including its ground-breaking research into the impacts of Covid-19 on the whole supply chain, please visit www.fta.co.uk. By Zoe McLernon, multimodal policy manager, FTA 10/06/2020last_img read more

Research Assistant

first_imgGeneralSummary/PurposeOur team isseeking a Research Assistant to help investigate the long termimpacts of SARS/COVID-19 on the pediatric population. The positionwill involve consent and recruitment of children and families in aclinical practice at the Johns Hopkins Community PhysiciansRemington location. After designated patient visits, a ResearchAssistant will provide details to families regarding participationin the study and administer a survey. They will help store thesurvey in a manner compliant with privacy and safety protocols andshare the data with the team. They will keep a running list ofpatients, following up with outreachbiannually.Specific Duties& ResponsibilitiesScreening, recruiting andconsenting patients in a cohort study at the Johns HopkinsCommunity Physicians medical practiceRemingtonAdministering surveystudy to participantsObtaining salivaand/or blood samples from patientsEntering and storingpatient baseline and survey dataMaintaining databaseof survey participantsFollowing up withsurvey participants biannually or annually, asdirected Self-motivated withgood organizational skillsStrong attention todetail and accuracy.Strong written andoral communication skills.Works will in acollaborative, team-based setting.Demonstratesprofessionalism, cultural competence, and strong interpersonalskills.Classified Title:ResearchAssistantWorking Title: ResearchAssistantRole/Level/Range: ACRO40/E/03/CD Starting Salary Range:$16.26-$22.35, commensurate withexperienceEmployee group: Full Time Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm, Up to 40 hrs/ weekExempt Status: Non-ExemptLocation: 04-MD:School of Medicine Campus Department name: 10003082-SOM Ped Infectious DiseasePersonnel area: School of MedicineThe successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject toa pre-employment background check.If you are interested in applying for employment with The JohnsHopkins University and require special assistance or accommodationduring any part of the pre-employment process, please contact theHR Business Services Office [email protected] For TTYusers, call via Maryland Relay or dial 711.The following additional provisions may apply dependingon which campus you will work. Your recruiter will adviseaccordingly.During the Influenza (“the flu”) season, as a condition ofemployment, The Johns Hopkins Institutions require all employeeswho provide ongoing services to patients or work in patient care orclinical care areas to have an annual influenza vaccination orpossess an approved medical or religious exception. Failure to meetthis requirement may result in termination of employment.The pre-employment physical for positions in clinical areas,laboratories, working with research subjects, or involvingcommunity contact requires documentation of immune status againstRubella (German measles), Rubeola (Measles), Mumps, Varicella(chickenpox), Hepatitis B and documentation of having received theTdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccination. This may includedocumentation of having two (2) MMR vaccines; two (2) Varicellavaccines; or antibody status to these diseases from laboratorytesting. Blood tests for immunities to these diseases areordinarily included in the pre-employment physical exam except forthose employees who provide results of blood tests or immunizationdocumentation from their own health care providers. Anyvaccinations required for these diseases will be given at no costin our Occupational Health office.Equal Opportunity EmployerNote: Job Postings are updated daily and remain online untilfilled.EEO is the LawLearn more:https://www.eeoc.gov/sites/default/files/migrated_files/employers/poster_screen_reader_optimized.pdf Save Research Assistant Share Maryland, United States More searches like this Salary Not Specified Twitter Facebook Johns Hopkins University LinkedIn Bachelor’s degree inrelated discipline.Some relatedexperience.Phlebotomy training,demonstrated proficiency or willingness to betrained.Additional education may substitute for requiredexperience and additional related experience may substitute forrequired education, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalencyformula.* JHU EquivalencyFormula:30 undergraduate degree credits (semester hours)or 18 graduate degree credits may substitute for one year ofexperience. Additional related experience may substitute for therequired education on the same basis. For jobs where equivalency ispermitted, up to two years of non-related college course work maybe applied towards the total minimum education/experience requiredfor the respective job. *PreferredQualifications MinimumQualifications School of Medicine -East Baltimore Campus Research Administration Not specified Full Time jobs in Baltimore Salary Not Specified Johns Hopkins University Salary Not Specified Johns Hopkins University Administrative Not specified Full Time jobs in Baltimore Research Assistant You need to sign in or create an account to save Similar jobs Save Research Assistant Save Research Assistant You need to sign in or create an account to save Maryland, United States Previous work orresearch experience with pediatricpopulationsExperience with RedCapor other database platformsExperience obtaininginformed consent from humansubjectsExperience withMicrosoft Excel and/or Access; Previous experience inhealth-related settings.Ability to be teamoriented, flexible, and possess the ability to workindependently.Certification as aregistered Phlebotomist by a nationally recognized agency ispreferred (e.g., National Center for Competency Testing, AmericanMedical Technologists, American Society for Clinical Pathology,American Society for Clinical Pathology, American Society ofPhlebotomy Technicians, National PhlebotomyAssociation).SpecialKnowledge, Skills, and Abilities Apply(This will open in a new window from which you will be automatically redirected to an external site after 5 seconds) The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to apre-employment background check.If you are interested in applying for employment with The JohnsHopkins University and require special assistance or accommodationduring any part of the pre-employment process, please contact theHR Business Services Office at [email protected] For TTYusers, call via Maryland Relay or dial 711.The following additional provisions may apply depending on whichcampus you will work. Your recruiter will adviseaccordingly.During the Influenza (“the flu”) season, as a condition ofemployment, The Johns Hopkins Institutions require all employeeswho provide ongoing services to patients or work in patient care orclinical care areas to have an annual influenza vaccination orpossess an approved medical or religious exception. Failure to meetthis requirement may result in termination of employment.The pre-employment physical for positions in clinical areas,laboratories, working with research subjects, or involvingcommunity contact requires documentation of immune status againstRubella (German measles), Rubeola (Measles), Mumps, Varicella(chickenpox), Hepatitis B and documentation of having received theTdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccination. This may includedocumentation of having two (2) MMR vaccines; two (2) Varicellavaccines; or antibody status to these diseases from laboratorytesting. Blood tests for immunities to these diseases areordinarily included in the pre-employment physical exam except forthose employees who provide results of blood tests or immunizationdocumentation from their own health care providers. Anyvaccinations required for these diseases will be given at no costin our Occupational Health office.Equal Opportunity EmployerNote: Job Postings are updated daily and remain online untilfilled.EEO is the LawLearn more:https://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/eeoc_self_print_poster.pdfImportant legal informationhttp://hrnt.jhu.edu/legal.cfm You need to sign in or create an account to save Maryland, United States Research Assistant Academic Affairs Not specified Full Time jobs in Baltimore Research Assistant last_img read more

Kongsberg: Impressive EM2040 Compact Multibeam Demonstration

first_imgAt the marina Muiderzand, in The Netherlands this October, Kongsberg customers gathered together to experience the impressive EM2040 Compact multibeam system on board the survey vessel Havenschap 1, owned by Groningen Seaports.The Havenschap 1 has a moonpool mounting configuration for the EM2040C single sonar head together with a dual frequency single beam transducer; a proven concept that is easy to install.The demonstrations took place over different areas including, shallow water with sandy bottom and also with a muddy bottom. The bottom conditions are sometimes difficult due to steep slopes and deep water however all the results were excellent.Results from the demonstration showed just how clean the raw and unprocessed (with filters off) data can be when using the EM2040 Compact.“Due to the high pinging frequency, harbour mooring poles of 20cm diameter were nicely detected even with relatively high vessel speeds. It’s impressive to see what the EM2040 Compact can do in the range of 200 to 400 kHz. This image shows Data taken when entering the marina at 6km/h, at 2.8m depth,” announced kongsberg.com.[mappress]Press Release, December 12, 2013last_img read more

Report: Tony Ferguson Out Of UFC 223 Due To Torn Knee Ligament, UFC Featherweight Champion Max Holloway To Fight Khabib Nurmagomedov For The 155-Pound Title

first_imgOn the week of UFC 223, the 155-pound title fight between Tony Ferguson and Khabib Nurmagomedov is once again off, according to a report from ESPN’s Brett Okamoto. Okamoto reported Sunday evening that Ferguson tore a ligament in his knee away from training and will be forced to miss his UFC Lightweight Title fight against Nurmagomedov for yet another time.BREAKING NEWS: Tony Ferguson out of UFC 223. Max Holloway will step in on six days notice. Holloway vs. Khabib for 155 pound title.— Brett Okamoto (@bokamotoESPN) April 1, 2018 Eli Mooneyham Elijah Mooneyham has been a dedicated sports fan his whole life. Born and raised in Cleveland, he has his best days when his hometown teams are winning. Elijah is currently on-air talent/producer on two shows, The Main Event and The Moon Hour, where you can find on AllSportsCleveland.com. He also has an insane passion for professional wrestling, so catch his opinions on the world of professional wrestling. Related TopicsKhabib NurmagomedovMax HollowayTony Ferguson Tony Ferguson injured his knee late last week. Ligament tore completely off the bone, I’m told. Not a training accident, freak accident.— Brett Okamoto (@bokamotoESPN) April 1, 2018Ferguson had won the interim title at UFC 217 against Kevin Lee and was gearing up to defend the belt and make himself the official titleholder. With current champion Conor McGregor out, the UFC is looking for a present titleholder and planned for this weekend’s fight to settle thisThe fight for Khabib will still go on this Saturday, as current UFC Featherweight Champion Max Holloway stepped up to take the fight on extremely short notice. Holloway and Nurmagomedov will now be for the UFC Lightweight Championship in the main event of UFC 223.I’m told Holloway is still in Hawaii, UFC making flight arrangements being made now. Khabib already in Brooklyn, as he was scheduled for a media day. Ferguson injury happened last Thursday, MRI this weekend showed torn knee. Heartbreaking.— Brett Okamoto (@bokamotoESPN) April 1, 2018It appears the UFC might be gearing up for a potential showdown consisting of Holloway against Conor McGregor if the Hawaiian were to win the title fight. The two last fought in 2013 when McGregor handed Holloway his last loss. Since then, Holloway has rattled off his current twelve-fight win streak that led him to the 145-pound crown.last_img read more

Gabriel calls for pace by any means necessary

first_imgWest Indies fast bowler Shannon Gabriel believes the West Indies should play to their strength and replicate the plans which brought them overwhelming success against England last year. The 32-year-old played a major part in that win as the home side toppled their opponents 2-1 to capture the Wisden Trophy for the first time in a decade. Now, fast forward to 2020 and the West Indies are in England to face the home side in three Test matches. “I don’t think the plans should change too much from what we did in the Caribbean. We used pace and that worked. What we did was successful. I don’t think we should fix anything that is not broken,” Gabriel said.He was speaking to members of the media via Zoom link on Thursday afternoon.A veteran of 45 Tests since his debut at Lords in 2012, Gabriel is among the reserves for this tour, but is confident he can regain full fitness following ankle surgery. He has been outstanding in the last three years and in presently in the Top 20 of the ICC Test Match Bowling rankings. His career-best match figures of 13-121 – third best in West Indies history – came against Sri Lanka in Saint Lucia two years ago. West Indies will have two inter-squad warm-up matches in Manchester before they travel to Southampton. All 25 players on tour will participate. The three-day match will be played from June 23 to 25 and the four-day match from June 29 to July 2.“After being away from the game so long, almost six or seven months, you’re kind of hungry to get back on the field. I’m looking forward to the warm-up games and then we will take it from there. I’ve played a few Test matches before, so I know how to prepare,” Gabriel said. “The last time I played (for West Indies) was the India series (last September) in Jamaica. I want to play I want to be ready to play against England. I’m fully motivated. If you’re playing for your country and you’re not motivated, you really should be on the field. This is not about half-hearted. You have to be all in.”“It’s a good experience,” he said. “There are a lot of young fast bowlers coming through which is exciting for West Indies cricket. So rather than just get myself prepared, I’m trying to lend any knowledge and experience onto them that they can take into their game. The ankle is good at the moment, no pain, no aches. I’m about 85-90 percent fit, but in terms of bowling fitness and match readiness, I still have some more work to do to hit my rhythm, but there are still three weeks and two warm-up games before the first Test match.” The West Indies squad will live, train and play in a “bio-secure” environment during the seven weeks of the tour, as part of the comprehensive medical and operations plans to ensure player and staff safety. The bio-secure protocols will restrict movement in and out of the venues, so the selection panel has also named a list of reserve players who will travel to train and help prepare the Test squad and ensure replacements are available in case of any injury.Wisden Trophy Test ScheduleJuly 8-12: 1st Test at Ageas Bowl, Southampton July 16-20: 2nd Test at Emirates Old Trafford, ManchesterJuly 24-28: 3rd Test at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchesterlast_img read more