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Company Overview of New York University
New York University is an educational and research institution. It offers certificates, diplomas, associate, bachelor's, master's, doctoral, and professional degrees in the arts, sciences, dentistry, mathematics, fine arts, law, medicine, business, public service, and music. The university includes the Henry Kauffman School of Management and the Stern School of Management. The university has endowment assets worth $1073 million. New York University was founded in 1831 and is based in New York, New York.
70 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012
Founded in 1831
Key Executives for New York University
Senior Vice Provost for Research
Vice President of Enrollment Management
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
New York University Key Developments
Brickell Biotech Secures Exclusive World-Wide Rights to a Novel Class of ROR Inhibitors for Psoriasis and Other Autoimmune Diseases from Orca Pharmaceuticals and New York University
Nov 24 15
Brickell Biotech Inc. (Brickell) announced that it has secured the exclusive world-wide rights to a series of novel retinoic acid related orphan nuclear receptor gamma (RORy) inhibitors from Orca Pharmaceuticals (Orca) and New York University (NYU). Under the terms of the agreement, Brickell will assume the responsibility for the continued research and development of these RORy inhibitors, initially targeting the topical treatment of psoriasis. The company expects to receive data from its Phase 2b clinical trial in 190 subjects with axillary (underarm) hyperhidrosis in early 2016.
New York University Appoints Kathleen E. Jacobs as Chief Investment Officer
May 28 15
New York University (NYU) announced it has named Kathleen E. Jacobs as chief investment officer. Ms. Jacobs will be responsible for the investment of NYU's $3.5 billion endowment, working in close consultation with the investment committee of the board of trustees and NYU's executive vice president for Finance and IT. She will begin work at NYU in August 2015. Ms. Jacobs comes to NYU from her role as managing director in the office of investments at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, where over the last seven years she had a leading role in asset allocation and the selection of fund managers.
FOX TEK Canada Inc. Enters into Agreement with New York University to Explore the Development of Advanced Fiber- Optical Strain Sensors
May 20 15
FOX TEK Canada Inc. has entered into an agreement with the Office of Industrial Liaison at New York University ("NYU"), to explore the development of advanced fiber- optical strain sensors for use in the oil and gas and civil infrastructure sectors. The patented fiber-optic loop- sensor technology was originally developed by Dr. Nikhil Gupta, at NYU's Polytechnic School of Engineering. The partnership with NYU is part of Fox Tek's continuing commitment to the development of advanced non- intrusive optical sensor technology. The goal of the Agreement and the relationship between NYU and Fox Tek is to further develop the technology with the goal of commercializing the technology. Fox Tek believes that the fiber-optic loop-sensor technology will have great advantages over the equivalent classical sensors currently used and should prove very successful in key applications.
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