Jeffry Schneider is the Principal Executive for Ascendant Capital located in Austin Texas founded in 2009. Ascendant Capital is considered one of the leading boutique firms, offering alternative investments. Mr. Jeffry Schneider has grown this company to it’s current size of thirty employees and has conducted over a billion dollars in business. Jeffry has a long history of success in the alternative investment field and brings great experience to this group. As the Principal Executive, Jeffry offers real estate, private equity, and hedge funds to investors that may not be available otherwise. He believes this form of investments has many opportunities and offers diverse holdings and low volatility.
Jeffry’s approach to investing is quite innovative as he provides educational, marketing, sales, and operational services, providing comprehensive services and solutions to the client. The pool of fund managers deal efficiently with both clients and resources. The success of Ascendant Capital can be found in the atmosphere created by Jeffry. Employees are encouraged to have open dialogues with each other and clients, which creates trust between all involved. The investor is the priority and the focus is on preserving capital, transparency, communication, and dependable service, Jeffry expects hard work from all of his employees.
Before founding Ascendant Capital, Jeffry worked at a number of financial organizations including Axiom Capital Management, Paradigm Global Advisors, Merrill Lynch, Alex Brown, and Smith Barney. During this time he gathered knowledge and experience through these opportunities and uses this to be highly successful in his current venture. While working at Axiom Capital Management, he served as a senior manager developing relationships with hedge fund managers that served him into the future. He received a bachelor’s in science from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Jeffry is heavily involved in a number of social causes including Gods Love We Deliver, Gazelle Foundation, Cherokee Home for Children, and Wonders and Worries. His other passion involves staying in top shape. He believes strongly in eating a healthy diet and takes time to educate others about the harmful effects of the American diet. He participates in marathons, Ironman, and half ironman events.
Dr. Scott. M. Rocklage joined 5AM Ventures in 2003 as a venture partner then became a managing partner in 2004. Dr. Rocklage served as the acting chief executive officer of EPIRUS Biopharmaceuticals, Inc since May 6, 2016, to May 11, 2016, and then as its chief executive officer since May 11, 2016, to July 25, 2016. He was the president and chief executive officer of Amersham Health. He served as the co-president and executive chairman when he was at Llypsa, Inc. From July 1994 to March 2001 he acted as the president of Cubist Pharmaceuticals, Inc. He was also the founding chief executive officer of the same company (July 1994 to June 2003).
He served as the chief executive officer and president of Nycomed Salutar, Inc from 1990 to 1994. Dr. Rocklage was the chairman, president, and chief executive officer of Nycomed Interventional, Inc from 1992 to 1994. From 2013, he has served as the chairman of the board at Citadara Therapeutics. He has been the chairman of Novira Therapeutics since August 2012. He serves on the board of associates at Whitehead Institute and as chair of the board at Rennovia, Inc. He has served as the director of Pulmatrx since March 2006. He was the executive chairman of Miikana Therapeutics, Inc and Semprus. He served as the director of EPIRUS Biopharmaceuticals since July 2014 to July 2016.
Dr. Scott Rocklage was the chairman of the board of Semprus BioSciences Corp and is currently the director at MDS Proteomics. He served as the director of Relypsa, Inc from August 2007 to June 2014. He was the executive chairman of Relypsa, Inc till June 2014. He was the Director of Achaogen from August 2004 to March 2015.Dr. Rocklage has a scientific background, more than two decades experience in the healthcare management sector and excellent leadership skills. He has made more than a hundred peer-reviewed publications and has been involved in more than thirty U.S patents. He earned a B.S in chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley. He then received his Ph.D. in chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he conducted his research in Nobel Peace Prize Winner Richard Shrock’s laboratory.
There is a saying that understanding makes the difference. This is true when it comes to understanding the synergy between technology and fashion. People excelling in either or both industries have a strong grasp of the intricacies involve. It reminds me of Chris Burch. He commands great success in both industries and on several occasions have spoken on the need to understand the union of these two industries as a way of making the most of the opportunities they offer.
Chris Burch is one of the few qualified individuals to speak on the above topic. The reasons are not far-fetched. He has practically been on the field, so he will not just be speaking from head knowledge. Aside being practically involved, Burch stands out in the crowd in terms of the millions of dollars he is making as profits from both industries. In fact, he could not wait to finish college before becoming a millionaire in business. His wealth is not a product of family inheritance but the fruits of his labor.Even the company under his watch at the moment, Burch Creative Capital, is doing exceedingly well by all standard with intimidating brand of portfolio.
To begin with, every fashion or technology inclined person must understand the nature of the trend that characterize the synergy between these two industries. The trend involves a non-stop series of inventions with the later an improvement on the former. For instance, music lovers in the 70s were overwhelmed with the invention of the boom box. With it , music can be enjoyed in just anywhere. The introduction of the Walkman in the 90s completely sent the boom box out of the market because the later was more portable and provided a better personal music experience. Another invention, the iPod, came on board just before the close of the millennium, which was an improvement on the Walkman.That has been the trend ever since.
There is also the need to understand that without technology, fashion will be grossly undermined. Almost all successful fashion designers are technologically inclined. The Dutch fashion designer, Anouk Wipprecht, literally sang the praise of technology in these words:”technology is like a playground, a place of experiment, and as you dive deeper and deeper into the technology and systems, it rewards you with endless possibilities.”
On the other hand, understanding that fashion is not a parasite with no good to offer in this union is vital. Many technological products may lack patronage and awareness without the assistance of fashion. Fashion Shows in the country helps to sell tech products into the heart of people and have saved a number of firms from collapse because without patronage no company can survive.
Having the above basic understandings will serve as a launching pad to greater heights in both or any of the two industries.
A new NIH study suggests that stem-cell transplants may be the next great hope in the fight against multiple sclerosis. According to the study, stem cell transplants of a person’s own blood cells yielded long-term remission of MS symptoms. The treatment is called high-dose immunosuppressive therapy and autologous hematopoietic cell transplant (HDIT/HCT), and the results are astounding. According to the results of the study, after five years of receiving the one-time treatment, 69% of study participants experienced no progression of symptoms, relapse, or new brain lesions.
Although more studies are needed, it appears that this single intervention may be more effective than the MS drugs that are the most commonly prescribed treatment. The study, called HALT-MS, looked at HDIT/HCT in 24 clinical subjects ranging in age 26 to 52, who despite being under treatment for MS were continuing to get worse. The fact that HDIT/HCT was able to help 70% means that it may become a go-to option for those who do not respond to other treatments.
New Jersey-based neurologist and psychiatrist Shiva Gopal Vasishta is on the staff of Kennedy University of Hosptial. Shiva Gopal Vasishta graduated from Government Medical College in Nagpur in 1979 and has been practicing medicine for 40 years. He completed his post-graduate medical education at Boston City Hospital.
Dr. Shiva Gopal Vasishta Vasishta is board certified in neurology and maintains his medical practice in Voorhees, New Jersey. His office accepts Medicare in addition to a number of private insurance providers, such as Aetna and Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield. He is fluent in both English and Spanish.
Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho is one lawyer that is worth looking out for when it comes to legal matters. He is very passionate about the field that he works in. He is especially passionate about the law and human rights. He has taken the time to study human rights and he encourages others to do so. Many people have come to Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho because he has shown that he is very experienced and trustworthy when it comes to lawsuits and cases that are brought to his office. He works on the case with diligence and a full devotion.
Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho has made a name for himself because he has started small and then worked his way up to the top. One thing this has done is give him a value for hard work. He has come to appreciate the progress that he has made and therefore has respect for anyone that starts from the bottom and works his way to the top in an ethical manner. In order to rise to higher levels of success in the law industry, one has to take the time to make sure that he is educated in all of the related topics. Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho has done just that. There is nothing lazy about what he does.
Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho is also an early adopter of new legal concepts. These concepts would become common in later cases. Ricardo’s experience is extensive in that he has come to the defense of many people of all walks of life in cases of many different sizes. He has worked on smaller cases as well as some of the high profile national cases. This gives him experience in diverse areas of the law and representation of the law.
The modern world can often make us all feel as though we are living in a world that it can be difficult to navigate alone; feelings of being unfulfilled of something missing can be felt by the majority of people who often find themselves looking for something more in life. The Kabbalah Centre has recently been filling this gap for people of all ages and belief systems without making any individual feel pressurized into following a specific faith or lead them on a path they feel unable to complete; established in New York in the 1960s by Rabbi Philip Berg, The Kabbalah Centre is now a globally recognized group that can be found in over 40 locations across the planet.
The work students carry out under the guidance of experienced teachers at The Kabbalah Centre is based on an ancient text known as the Zohar, which was originally translated to Hebrew in the 13th century by Rabbi de Leon in a bid to make the work more accessible than ever before; the teachers of Rabbi Berg themselves completed an English translation of the Zohar that has proven to be a success for Kabbalah students around the world from the 1960s onward.
There are many reasons why students look to The Kabbalah Centre for spiritual guidance, including the fact the group is based in Jewish teachings but never places any need on an individual student to convert as their studies progress. Many students have often been searching for a more spiritual and mystical way of living their lives and come up empty when looking to other areas of belief; The Kabbalah Centre does not attempt to guide its students to a specific place to complete their studies, instead teachers guide individuals towards their own breakthrough as they explore these ancient teachings.
Students will often be seen wearing a thin red piece of cotton on their left wrist, this is part of the ancient traditions of Judaism that are explored as a way of warding off bad luck or the ‘evil eye’. Looking away from the technology of the modern world is often a major part of the work of Kabbalah students as they seek an inner peace created by their own guided study of the Zohar.