Mikhail Blagosklonny: A Man Among Men

Mikhail Blagosklonny is a scientist who is well known for his studies on cancer and aging. He was formerly an oncology professor at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute in New York. As a philanthropist, he believes that every individual should receive the best treatment possible despite their economic standing. Dr. Mikhail is renowned for advocating for the use of Rapamycin, a cancer drug thought to have the ability to increase the lifespan of a human being. The drug according to Dr. Mikhail has immunosuppressant properties and in fact, works better than other immunosuppressive drugs. In a deeper context, during organ transplants, the human body is prone to reject newly transplanted organs in which the procedure fails. Therefore, doctors will prescribe anti-rejection drugs commonly known as immunosuppressive drugs that have adverse effects on kidneys. Rapamycin enhances the immune response of the body towards tumors. Consequently, it promotes tumor regression hence the drug reduces the risk of cancer in patients with organ transplants by a landslide.

Moreover, Dr. Mikhail’s extensive research tests on mice have proven that use of Rapamycin on aging mice has resulted in extended immunity against tuberculosis. Tests on the elderly have shown the ability of the drug to rejuvenate the immune system against influenza. On the contrary, there is no up to date conclusive evidence that the drug can increase the lifespan of a person. Presently, scientists are in the process of conducting tests on a monkey to prove Dr. Mikhail’s belief that the drug can indeed increase human longevity. Research in progress on the treatment of muscular dystrophy has shown a positive effect of the grip strength of mice after Rapamycin inducement. Consequently, the mice also displayed improved cardiac functions, hence the potential ability to cure muscular dystrophy.Dr. Mikhail’s goal is to figure out a way to treat cancer which has become a modern day menace, in an efficient manner that will be pain-free and inexpensive.

He studies aging as well as cancer with the ideology that the two somehow correlate. He argues that from his research cancer, is common in older individuals above a certain age. With a bid to pass the information to the future generation who might uncover the misery, Dr. Mikhail has inspired his peers and students who want to be part of the evolution in his research study.While striving to come up with effective methods to treat cancer, he goes ahead to necessitate on creating a treatment that will eliminate the cancerous cells without necessarily destroying the unaffected cells; which help in the recovery of the body after cancer treatment. Like any other pacesetter, he believes that his work and findings in the oncology field will attract similar minds that will help take the research forward even after he leaves. The search for cancer treatment currently is expensive and is afforded by the few financially advantaged; he hopes to put all that to an end with his research, aiding all other future generations.

 

An Insight on Lavin Sheldon and the OSI Group’s Growth Journey

Lavin Sheldon has earned himself a reputable profile in the food and meat business. He is the current chief executive officer and chairman of the American close corporation for meat processors- OSI Group. Lavin has had a great journey in the meat industry in which he was introduced to over four decades ago when he coordinated funding for Otto & Sons-OSI Industries former company. Otto & Sons had favorable happenings to create a meat processing facility and in turn become the sole supplier of hamburgers to McDonald’s Corporation in the Midwest area; however, they were short of funding.

Lavin was skeptical about venturing into a new business as he feared it had little or no relation to his consulting practice at the time. He, therefore, declined the initial request by the bank to assume an ownership position at OSI. He was later swayed into assuming the consultant role. Lavin held McDonald’s work ethic in high esteem and so when he was asked to join OSI Group full time, he immediately accepted. Through his foresight and great supervision, the company experienced a rapid rate of growth and expanded from a local food processing enterprise into a global representation of business success with over 60 locations in 16 different countries.

As a result of his great achievement in the meat business venture, Lavin Sheldon recently received a Global Visionary Award from India’s Vision World Academy. This award acknowledges people with futuristic and original ideas in several working departments who acted on their goals and managed to turn their dreams into reality through exercising determination and perseverance to achieve their goals.

OSI-vista is an OSI Group owned company that operates about eight different locations in India. The company was acquired by OSI Group in 1995 and has been honored by the Academy to acknowledge their efforts.

After attaining a prosperous career in finance, the affluent food executive has gathered extensive proficiency in the food industry and enabled him to become the mogul he is today. This global company under Lavin’s supervision has received a substantial list of environmental and sustainability awards. Lavin hopes to influence the coming generation of entrepreneurs and corporate leaders to devote themselves to expanding their organization’s in an executive manner while promoting international trade and offering opportunities to their colleagues to enable them to impact change in the coming generation.

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President of OSI Group David McDonald

David G. MacDonald, the current head of the OSI Group was born in 1902, in Pennsylvania, United States. He attended Iowa State University pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. In 1987, while at ISU he was awarded the Wallace E. Barron Outstanding Senior Award. After his graduation, MacDonald joined the OSI Group working through various posts until he assumed the position of its CEO.

Dave is the current chair of the North American Meat Institute, a position he assumed in November 2015. At OSI, he specializes in Computer Support Cooperative Work, Human Computer Interaction, and Large Scale Information Systems. During 2004, he was awarded the ISU Alumni Association of Young Alumni for his activities in ISU’s Agricultural Entrepreneurship Initiative. Dave is married to his wife Malinda and is a doting father of six children.

Dave, in an interview with ProvisionerTV channel, explained that OSI’s acquisition of Baho Food was aimed at expanding the company’s market share in Europe. According to Dave, the move will help OSI evolve, innovate, and meet the needs of an increasingly volatile consumer base. He further adds that the company is experiencing a few challenges in the implementation phase. Dave feels that these problems are a regular occurrence of any transitioning process or acquisition. However, as OSI is committed to ensuring goodwill through its obligation to suppliers, consumers, and product innovation, he expects implementation process to be straightforward, smooth, and fast.

In regards to the sustainability of OSI Group’s business model, acquiring Baho Food is a significant event. This move is a sign of the company’s growth potential under the direction of Dave MacDonald. Managing an international business requires some serious dedication, effort, and commitment. Accordingly, Dave’s capacity as a CEO is demonstrated by how fast and expediently he has managed to create global network of professionals in charge of OSI’s international business processes. Industry thought leaders hailed OSI’s move to acquire Baho Food as a master gambling stroke that resulted in the group emerging as the industry leader. Also, Dave has been instrumental and fully involved in the company’s entry into the Chinese market. Entry into the world’s largest market will significantly alter the status, performance, and fortune of OSI Group.

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The Value added Food products by OSI Group

The OSI Group is a famous global supplier of food products. It is a company that provides food solutions to people. The have a plant situated in Chicago. Now, they have acquired a new plant that is also very near to this existing facility.

The OSI Group processes food and stores it in the warehouse located in Chicago. This facility has a 200,000 square feet area. It was operated by Tyson Foods before. As this new amenity is situated close to the existing one, it can provide the necessary infrastructure to the newer facility so that it can work properly and can help in supporting the business growth. This will help the OSI group to expand their business and to meet the growing food needs of the consumers. Thus, they are excited and hopeful with this new facility which will help them with their business. Until now, the OSI Group hasn’t talked bout the financial terms of business move. Neither they have told the exact purpose of this facility nor what type of food will it be manufacturing.

Before OSI Group, Tyson used to own this by having a business of prepared food here. In November 2015, they decided to close facility. They also closed the one located in Jefferson, Wisconsin. It was done in order to improve the efficiency of other plants that were also owned by Tyson in other cities.

The headquarter of OSI Group is situated in Aurora, Illinois. This company provides value added food items especially proteins to the leading food services and retail brands. The group has almost 60 facilities that are located in more than seventeen countries. Most of the poultry production by this group is carried out in China. The group provides a variety of food items so that its customers are satisfied. The food made by it has local taste and resemblance with the cultural food of the region.

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Sweetgreens creating sweetlife

Nathaniel Ru founded Sweetgreens in August of 2007. Nathaniel and his co-CEO’s Nicolas Jammet and Jonathan Neman took an entrepreneurship class together at Georgetown University. They created Sweetgreens with two things in mind; first they wanted to feed people better and second they wanted to make a brand that would stand for something. They didn’t feel as though there were enough healthy eating options near Georgetown and once they graduated they decided to open Sweetgreens. When Georgetown University was mostly empty during winter break Nathaniel, Nicolas and Jonathan realized that their restaurant would make it. People were still frequenting Sweetgreens for a healthy dining alternative. Learn more: http://www.thehoya.com/nathaniel-ru-jonathan-neman-and-nicolas-jammet/

 

Sweetgreens serves farm to table food in a fast food chain restaurant atmosphere. Sweetgreens factors in organic, local, healthy and fresh when they are creating their rotating menus. As of October 2016, Sweetgreens had 64 restaurants with over 1,700 employees. Sweegreens currently has locations in California, Illinois, New York, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathaniel-ru-b04a7310

 

Nathaniel, Nicolas and Jonathan are tech pioneers and over thirty percent of their companies transactions are made via their company site or mobile phone app. These co-CEO’s are bicostal and do not believe in a true corporate headquarters. They do have an office in Los Angeles but they are hoping to grow their company more nationally. Sweetgreens shuts down their office five times a year and the office staff works within the various restaurant locations for a more hands on approach. Learn more: http://www.forbes.com/pictures/ekeg45fe/nicolas-jammet-nathaniel-ru-jonathan-neman-co-founders-sweetgreen-262627/

 

In 2009, after opening a larget Sweetgreens location in Dupont circle, they had a lull in customers. Upon realizing they needed a reason for customers to come to this new location they started playing live music. This connection between music and food was the beginning of a larger trend they would create. Eventually they started bringing their food to local farmers markets and incorporated music there as well. Six hundred people showed up to this event and they decided to name it sweetlife. This new yearly music festival that Sweetgreens incorporates with their food draws upwards to twenty thousand people yearly. In addition to those coming for the music and Sweetgreens food, local farmers and food trucks also attend the music fest. While constantly asking “why” when coming up with new marketing ideas, Sweetgreens is becoming a strong leader in the healthy and convenient life style while incorporating fun and creativity. Learn more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnQ9aK4ZmFA