Scoreboard roundup — 11/26/20

first_img Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStockBy ABC News(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Thursday’s sports events:NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUEHouston 41, Detroit 25Washington 41, Dallas 16TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALLGonzaga 102, Kansas 90Villanova 83, Arizona State 74Illinois 97, Chicago State 38West Virginia 78, VCU 66Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Beau Lundcenter_img November 27, 2020 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 11/26/20last_img read more

Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiologist

first_imgRankOpen Type of SearchNational Tenure StatusNon-Tenure Eligible Working TitleHeart Failure and Transplant Cardiologist Number of Months12 Diversity Statement Information Candidates must apply online at and includea cover letter, current CV with bibliography, and list ofreferences with full contact information.For additional information, please contact Clare Greene, DivisionAdministrator | [email protected] Quick Link • BC/BE heart failure & transplant cardiologist withdemonstrated skills in cardiovascular disease, MCS and hearttransplantation.• Possess sufficient research and teaching experience to beeligible for academic appointment and be clinically oriented.• Ability to communicate effectively and work with a largemultidisciplinary program.• Eligible for medical licensure in State of Virginia.• Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diversefaculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as afaculty member at VCU . Mission or Goal of Unit School/UnitSchool of Medicine Posting DetailsEmployees hired into Administrative and Professional positionsposted on or after July 1, 2017, will be governed by and, ifemployed on July 1, 2018 will move into the new University HumanResources System. For additional information, go to Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsCover Letter/Letter of ApplicationCurriculum Vitae (CV)Optional DocumentsOther DocumentReference Letter – 1Reference Letter – 2Reference Letter – 3 * Do you have demonstrated skills in Cardiovascular Disease,MCS and Heart Transplantation?YesNo We are seeking a BC/BE heart failure & transplant Cardiologistto fill a full-time, non-tenured faculty position that will providenon-invasive Cardiology clinical care as well as support theacademic mission of the Division of Cardiology in the areas ofresearch and education. The successful candidate will join anestablished group of physicians and surgeons in one of the topHeart Centers in the United States. We are dedicated to building apreeminent program for academic discovery and are committed toexcellent clinical care for our patients. Position Responsibilities Grant funded position?No Open Until FilledYescenter_img At VCU Health Pauley Heart Center, our world-class team takes yourheart health personally. Building on our history of innovation inpatient care, scientific discovery, diversity and collaboration weimprove cardiovascular care for all, while continuously trainingthe next generation of doctors. DepartmentInternal Medicine Date Posted12/12/2019 Application Deadline Date Required Qualifications Application Process/Additional Information Posted Salary Proposed Hire Date07/01/2020 Chief purpose of this position in support of above mission orgoal Position NumberF65290 1. Teaching• Support teaching directly via interactions with Fellows,Housestaff and non-physician professionals.• Will be expected to periodically present appropriate reviews inpatient management discussions at Cardiology and Department ofInternal Medicine conferences.• Will be expected to participate in University Continuing MedicalEducation programs for practicing physicians which is important toenhancing patient referrals.• Will be expected to participate in teaching and Fellowshipprograms.2. ResearchSupport clinical research protocols as needed with 50% of effortdedicated to pursuing extramural funding through an NIH K or Raward mechanism.3. ServiceWill be expected to participate in quality, safety and efficiencyinitiatives, contributing 50% effort towards clinic, inpatient andconsult services coverage.4. ClinicalWill primarily be dedicated to the outpatient, inpatient andconsultative services.5. Other (e.g., administrative, etc.)• Submit billing and document care as required by theorganization.• Abide by all medical staff requirements. Preferred Qualifications Position TypeTeaching and Research Faculty * Are you a BC/BE Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiologist?YesNo Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Is this employee on a H1B Visa?last_img read more

Rollers’ Lemponye Tshireletso sinks KCCA

first_imgTP Mazembe of the Democratic Republic of Congo host Entente Setif of Algeria on Saturday in the other fixture in the mini-league.Both fixtures in Group C and in Group D will also be staged Saturday with defending champions Wydad Casablanca of Morocco among the clubs in action.Record eight-time champions Ahly sorely missed two injured strikers, Moroccan Walid Azaro and Nigerian Junior Ajayi, as they failed to score against twice title-holders Esperance.It was the eighth draw in 17 matches between the teams across various CAF competitions with Ahly winning six and Esperance three.They clashed in the 2017 Champions League quarter-finals with Ahly winning the second leg near Tunis after being held in Alexandria.In Gaborone, Tshireletso timed his run perfectly on to a Joel Mogorosi pass and rounded goalkeeper Tom Ikapa to score Rollers’ winner on 36 minutes.Mogorosi wasted a good chance to double the lead almost immediately after the deadlock was broken when he fired wide from inside the six-yard box.A couple of stoppage-time saves from Rollers goalkeeper Keagile Kgosipula prevented the Ugandan outfit levelling in a clash of group phase debutants.Rollers shocked Al Merrikh of Sudan and Young Africans of Tanzania to become the first Botswana club to reach the last 16.Mouloudia had Zidane Mebarakou red-carded early in the second half and fell behind after 77 minutes when Hamid Ahaddad of Jadida scored his seventh Champions League goal this season.Amir Karaoui equalised with eight minutes remaining in Algiers for Mouloudia, who had scored 15 goals at home in two qualifiers.Jadida are playing in the group phase for the first time and hope to emulate Moroccan clubs Raja Casablanca, Wydad Casablanca and FAR Rabat by winning the elite African club competition.Share on: WhatsApp Township Rollers  ??  1 KCCA FC  ?? 0Al Ahly?? 0  ??ES Tunis 0Gabarone, Botswana |  INDEPENDENT & AFP | A 36th minute goal by Lemponye Tshireletso was the difference in a closely fought 2018 CAF Champions League group phase match between Uganda’s KCCA FC and Botswana flag bearers Township Rollers on Friday.Tshireletso latched onto a through-pass by Mogorosi, rounded KCCA goal keeper and slotted home to make it 1-0 for the hosts. The Botswana side held on for their Champions League Group state win.The opening Group A tie was a first Champions League Group game for both sides in their first ever clash. It is a tough group that also has North African giants Al Ahly of Egypt and Esperance of Tunisia.“I believe in this group ten points will be enough to qualify for the quarter finals, when and where you get those ten points does not matter; each match is three points, whether it is the first game or the last. But a winning start can give psychological strength, especially because we have two extremely important games coming up in the local league. So from that point of view, this match can determine how we do in both competitions,” Kavazovic said in an interview with about KCCABotswana minnows lead group after Ahly, Esperance drawAfrican giants Al Ahly of Egypt and Esperance of Tunisia drew Friday when the CAF Champions League group phase began, allowing minnows Township Rollers of Botswana to lead Group A.Ahly and Esperance fought a 0-0 draw in Alexandria while a Lemponye Tshireletso goal gave surprise qualifiers Rollers a 1-0 win over Kampala Capital City Authority of Uganda in Gaborone.Rollers top the Group A standings with three points, Ahly and Esperance have one each and KCCA are pointless.In another match, Mouloudia Alger of Algeria came from behind with 10 men to draw 1-1 at home against Difaa el Jadida of Morocco and share the Group B lead.last_img read more

M’Town Police Investigating Fatal Traffic Accident

first_imgMIDDLETOWN – Town­ship police are continuing to investigate a traffic fatality at a Route 36 intersection that occurred last weekend.Police said, that while information about the collision was still limited, they know that at 8:06 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 21, a vehicle traveling south on the highway struck and killed a female pedestrian. The woman was crossing the road at the Wilson Avenue intersection, located in the township’s Port Monmouth section.Detective Lt. Stephen Dollinger, a police spokes­man, identified the victim as Erica L. Hamdan, 31, a Port Monmouth resident. Hamdan was crossing the intersection with another pedestrian, who was not identified, when she was struck, Dollinger said.Police identified the driver as Jordan E. Bishop, 23, Long Branch.Emergency personnel treated Hamdan at the scene, transporting her to Riverview Medical Center in Red Bank, where she was pronounced dead at 8:54 p.m., according to Dollinger.Police and emergency personnel closed a portion of the highway to traffic for approximately two hours, the spokesman said.Any witnesses are asked to contact the police department traffic bureau at 732-615-2045.last_img read more

Leafs explode past Golden Rockets 9-3

first_imgNelson Leafs exploded for seven third period goals en route to a 9-3 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League pasting of the Golden Rockets Friday night at the NDCC Arena.Leaf forward Andy Fitzpatrick, named Nelson’s game star, led the charge, scoring twice while adding two assists in the third frame as the Leafs handed Golden its ninth consecutive loss to open the season.The teams were tied 1-1 after 20 minutes and 2-2 following the second period before Nelson jumped all over the Rockets.Jordan Davie snapped the 2-2 tie with a goal 51 seconds into the third period.Newcomer Nick Novin, scoring his second of the game, increased the lead to 4-2 before Leaf captain Rayce Miller scored to give Nelson a three-goal advantage.Kyran Karol cut the margin to 5-3 with power play marker. However, Tyler Garcia restored the three-goal advantage minutes later.Garcia’s marker also was on the power play.Eamonn Miller and Fitzpatrick completed the third period barrage as Nelson outshot the Rockets by a 23-3 margin.Ren Mason, scoring his first goal for the Leafs this season, also scored for Nelson.Terix Fischer-Kobes and Darion Nordick scored the other goals for Golden, which was out shot by a 45-21 margin.Nelson returns to action Saturday when Beaver Valley Nitehawks visit the NDCC Arena. The Hawks lost for the second consecutive time Friday, 5-3 to Summerland Steam.Puck drop is 7 p.m.Sunday, Nelson hosts the Summerland Steam at 2:30 p.m. in the NDCC Arena.LEAF NOTES: This is the first time this season Nelson has scored more than four goals in a game. The previous high came Friday, September 18 against Spokane Braves. . . . Andy Fitzpatrick finished the game with five points while Rayce Miller had four points. The explosion thrust Fitzpatrick into a four-way tie for top spot in Leafs scoring with seven points. Fitzpatrick is tied Jordan Davie, who leads the team in goals with six, Eamonn Miller and Brendan Smith. . . . Golden, which now has allowed a league high 56 goals, played the game with only 12 skaters.last_img read more

Draymond Green makes Michigan rookie sing rival fight song

first_imgSAN FRANCISCO — Monday’s open practice at Chase Center didn’t offer much in the way of practice for the Warriors — unless you count singing practice.After a brief shoot around among the Warriors players, Steve Kerr kicked off festivities by hosting a fan-involved shootout, pitting Team Draymond Green against Team Stephen Curry, with the two veterans choosing players from the crowd.Then, for some reason, came the karaoke hour, which mostly offered out-of-tune takes on classics such as Garth …last_img read more

Logic Techology: Insyde speeds AMD embedded platform development

first_imgInsyde Software announced that its BlinkBoot UEFI Boot Loader is now optimized for designs using AMD’s embedded platforms. Capable of delivering boot times in the sub-1 second range, BlinkBoot is a fast, scalable and secure boot firmware solution designed for AMD embedded device makers that do not require a full BIOS or those who do not have full BIOS engineering resources on staff. With its comprehensive toolset, thorough documentation and standards-based foundation BlinkBoot allows board designers to quickly develop their boot firmware in-house, thereby saving both time and money.Compared to other boot loaders, BlinkBoot’s UEFI foundation gives it inherent advantages such as UEFI being a mature, well-understood, and flexible standard supported by nearly every modern operating system and chip vendor. This also includes security benefits through UEFI’s proven security infrastructure.  BlinkBoot can secure the flash device and provide flexible authentication of OS loaders, pre-OS applications and flash update contents.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Tools & Software Continue Reading Previous Tools supporting AI fairness slow to emergeNext Infineon: new current sensor for industrial applications covers ±25 A to ±120 A rangelast_img read more

The 64 Most Annoying People In Sports Media: Final Four

first_imgBracket of the most annoying people in sports media.…and then there were four. The past few weeks, we’ve given you the people the opportunity to voice your opinion on the most annoying people in sports media. We’re just a few days from learning who’s going to take home the crown. Stephen A. Smith, Jemele Hill, Skip Bayless and Jim Rome are the four left standing heading into the final week. We’re just two results away from an all-First Take final. Woof.What did we learn this past week?Ohio State fans weren’t enough to push Mark May past Stephen A. Smith.Jemele Hill is on – her words – a “George Mason like run” heading into the Final Four.Skip Bayless appears unbeatable.Jim Rome is the most underseeded person in the history of dumb pop culture brackets.Voting is now closed on the Elite Eight. You can view the results from the first round here, the second round here, the Sweet 16 here and the Elite Eight here. Let’s vote on the Final Four.The 64 Most Annoying People In Sports Media: Final FourMost Annoying Final FourVote On The Final Four Here1. Stephen A. Smith vs. 11. Jemele HillStephen A. Smith vs. Jemele HillA classic David vs. Goliath battle. Hill’s run has been surprising, but an upset here would be Syracuse-down-15-and-still-beats-Virginia level. Can she pull it off? More Annoying: Stephen A. Smith or Jemele Hill?1. Skip Bayless vs. 16. Jim RomeSkip vsProps to Jim Rome for proving us wrong – he really is still one of the most annoying out there. But we think his run ends here. It has to, right? More Annoying: Skip Bayless or Jim Rome?More: Who Will Be The Next Katherine Webb?last_img read more

3 held with gold bars worth Rs 1 cr

first_imgKolkata: Three persons were arrested at the Jorasanko police station on Thursday for allegedly trying to smuggle gold bars worth more than Rs one crore.According to sources, on Thursday, the police got a tip -off that a few persons will come to Burrabazar area with huge quantity of gold. Based on the secret information, police started keeping a tab in Burrabazar area. In the afternoon, the police identified three persons and detained them. The trio was taken to Jorasanko police station and their bags were searched. During the search, the police found three gold bars and a lot of cash. Following the evaluation, it was found that the gold was valued worth Rs 1.14 crore approximately. The money was also counted and it was found that they were carrying Rs 1.35 lakh with them. Gold and cash were seized. During the investigation, the police suspect that the gold was smuggled from Bangladesh. The trio had come from Rajasthan and Mumbai to receive the gold from Kolkata. Police are trying to know whether the arrested persons are connected with any hawala group. Recently, Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) had arrested four persons from Salt Lake and seized gold worth Rs 2.53 crore.last_img read more

Thunder Bay police under fire over handling of death and missing First

first_img(The parents of Josiah Begg make another plea for his return Wednesday at a media conference in Thunder Bay. “Please come home,” said his mom Sunshine Winters. Photo: Willow Fiddler.)APTN National NewsThe conduct of Thunder Bay police and its handling of its investigations into a missing youth and the death of another came under fire Wednesday as chiefs said they have no confidence in police to conduct thorough investigations.Police ruled there was no foul play in the death of Tammy Keeash, 17, May 7.And police haven’t been able to locate Josiah Begg, 14, who has been missing since May 6.“All available resources should have been deployed on a 24/7 basis since the day Josiah disappeared and the city should be turned upside down until he is found,” said Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler. “Police have done no better investigating Tammy’s death, accepting drowning as the cause but failing to determine how she ended up in the water.”Pearl Slipperjack says not enough counselling for kids like her daughter #TammyKeeash + shld be more resources “Tammy was a troubled kid”.— Willow Fiddler (@WillowBlasizzo) May 17, 2017According to the chief of North Caribou Lake First Nation, where Keeash was from but living in a Thunder Bay group home, Keeash was trained to survive in difficult environments.“Tammy lived in community surrounded by water. As a member of the Junior Canadian Rangers she was trained to survive in harsh conditions. We are skeptical about how she died and where her body was found,” said Chief Dinah Kanate. “We have many questions and look to the police and appropriate agencies for answers.”Begg, from Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug, was in Thunder Bay with his father for a medical appointment when he was last seen around 10 p.m. near the Vale Community Centre.“It is a stressful time for the family and our community as we await word of our missing youth, Josiah Begg,” said Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug Chief James Cutfeet.Police said May 12 that a post-mortem examination indicated Keeash’s death was consistent with drowning.NAN has pushed police to treat Keeash’s death as a suspicious death after her body was found in the Neebing McIntyre floodway.#TammyKeeash was a trained Canadian Ranger, she knew water safety says #NAN @gcfiddler abt Coroner’s drowning conclusion #tbay— Willow Fiddler (@WillowBlasizzo) May 17, 2017“Our communities do not have confidence in the police to conduct thorough investigations. Our leaders are now forced to pool their resources to coordinate their own searches and – potentially – fund their own private investigations. If the police won’t act, we will,” said Fiddler.NAN said the missing persons investigations have been questioned before, which led to the inquest into the deaths of seven NAN youth since 2000 while living in Thunder Bay.In November 2016, the Office of the Independent Police Review Director announced a systemic review of the Thunder Bay Police Service’s practices for policing Indigenous peoples.The review is looking at policies, practices and attitudes regarding missing persons and death investigations said NAN.NAN has established a command centre at Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School to lead the search for Begg.“We are heartbroken over Tammy’s tragic loss and our hearts and prayers are with her family and the Weagamow community, who laid her body to rest (Tuesday),” said Deputy Grand Chief Anna Betty Achneepineskum. “We appreciate the efforts of everyone searching for Josiah and we will not give up hope for his safe return. His family and community desperately want him back, and we will do everything possible to find him.”[email protected]last_img read more