2014: A Year in Review
December 31,2014 Sarah Stapleton

Is it seriously almost 2015? Does anyone else feel like yesterday was just Memorial Day? It’s hard to believe that it’s already the Year of the Sheep.

So, what happened in 2014?


Well, Germany won the World Cup and the Kansas City Royals almost won the World Series (don’t worry Bumgarner, we only hold a little bit of a grudge).

The Academy Awards came and went with poor Leo going home without a trophy…again. A working human intestine was generated from stem cells. And let’s not forget Stephen Hawking warned us that Artificial Intelligence could mean the end of humanity. Hey, nobody thinks it’ll happen until it does. Did no one see Terminator?

Anyway, that was just an extraordinarily brief snapshot of some hot news from 2014. As 2014 draws to a close and 2015 dawn a bright new day we look forward to all of the things that the new year has in store.

1330_Marketing Perspective_8X10  bAt Vince & Associates we’re so excited that we’ll be opening our new building, which will be equipped with an extended recruitment center, a surgical suite, additional beds and a state-of-the-art pharmacy.

We are also enthusiastic about all of the possibilities for the industry that come with QT assessments included  in early clinical development.

Hopefully that your holidays are merry and your New Year is bright. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for everyone this year!


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