Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : March 26th 2015 Contents A45
Thursday, March 26, 2015 www.guardian.co.tt Guardian
Genesis Ltd (Trinidad and Tobago) is an International leader for research in clin-
ical cellular medicine and stem cells and is first institute of its Kind in Caribbean
Islands which is inviting suitably qualified and experience nationals of Trinidad
Job Description : Coordinate physiotherapy exercises in patients with chronic dis-
eases pre and post stem cell therapy. Work with Principal Investigator to help
ensure that clinical research and related activities are performed in accordance
with Federal regulations and University and sponsoring agency policies and pro-
cedures. Assist in development of materials and tools necessary to appropriately
train individuals involved in the conduct of the clinical and stem cell related
research around issues related to (but not limited to) protocol requirements, sched-
ule of visits, execution of research plan. Maintain documentation of training, mon-
itoring and auditing clinical trial and stem cell research in accordance to good
clinical practice guidelines, and collaborate with institution to respond to any
audit findings and implement approved recommendations.
At least 1 - 2 years experience in clinical research
preferably related to stem cell therapy with good knowledge in International good
clinical practice guidelines. Candidate should also have knowledge of clinical
research physiotherapy and cell medicine. He/she should be a science graduate.
Result oriented, team worker, flexible, stress manager, honest and cooperative.
(Family Court Division)
- Address Unknown
that on the 29th August 2014 a divorce Petition was
filed against you by
in the Family Court of
Trinidad and Tobago.
that as part of an order made on the
23rd September 2014 the petitioner was directed to effect substituted
service of the Petition on you by advertisement in a daily newspaper
of general circulation in Trinidad and Tobago
If you desire to defend this action, you must state this within fourteen
(14) days after the date of the second advertisement by filing an
Acknowledgment of Service (Form 5 available at the Registry) or let-
ter which must be lodged at the Registry of the Family Court of
Trinidad & Tobago, Nipdec House, No. 4 Cipriani Boulevard, Port-of-
Spain (Tel. Number 223-1060; Fax Number 624-1306)
that a directions hearing is set for
of a let-
ter or an Acknowledgment of Service, the Court may proceed in your
absence and may make any order it considers appropriate, including
granting the divorce.
Dated the 23rd day of September 2014
/s/ Magaret Sookraj-Goswami
Family Court of Trinidad and Tobago
Follow us on
GERMANY---Lara Beer waited
at the train station, looking for-
ward to seeing her best friend
Paula returning from a 10th-
grade exchange trip to Spain.
The train came but her friend
was not on it.
"I just went back home," the
14-year-old said yesterday, wiping
tears away under her red-framed
glasses. "Then my parents told
me Paula was dead."
Sixteen high school students
and two teachers in the western
German town of Haltern were
among those killed when Ger-
manwings Flight 9525 from
Barcelona to Duesseldorf crashed
Tuesday in the French Alps.
The crash has sent shockwaves
through Haltern, a rural town 50
miles northeast of Duesseldorf
where it seemed everyone knew
someone who had died.
Classes in Haltern were can-
celled yesterday but students were
encouraged to come to the high
school anyway, to be with class-
mates and talk with psychologists
and other counselors. Police
erected barriers to keep cameras
away as the students hugged and
wept at a makeshift memorial of
candles and flowers at the school s
The principal of Joseph Koenig
High School, Ulrich Wessel, called
the loss of 16 of his students and
two teachers---one who had just
gotten married and another who
was soon to be---a "tragedy that
renders one speechless."
"I was asked yesterday how
many students there are at the
high school in Haltern, and I said
1,283 without thinking. Then had
to say afterward, unfortunately,
16 fewer since yesterday," he said.
"That s just terrible."
The 16 students were chosen
from a large group who wanted
to go on the weeklong exchange
trip, said town spokesman Georg
"Some of those who were pre-
viously disappointed are now
probably relieved, though totally
devastated," he reflected.
At the school in Haltern, a
hand-painted sign on an outdoor
pingpong table read: "Yesterday
we were many; today we are
alone," with 16 white crosses
painted underneath. (AP)
Shaken German town mourns loss of 16 teens
Links Archive March 25th 2015 March 27th 2015 Navigation Previous Page Next Page