Category Archives: JFOUND

JFOUND: Curatolo, William [MC1970] “Pharma People Gone Wild!”

2018-Jul-17

https://www.linkedin.com/groups/69262/69262-6424358128439091200?midToken=AQFgyBtnJcZ0OQ&trk=eml-b2_anet_digest_weekly-group_discussions-13-grouppost~disc~0&trkEmail=eml-b2_anet_digest_weekly-group_discussions-13-grouppost~disc~0-null-4lav~jjpqsx0y~b-null-communities~group~discussion&lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Aemail_b2_anet_digest_weekly%3BP76mhGl%2FRXeDSHYSrBsKkw%3D%3D

William Curatolo

Novelist/PharmaceuticalConsultant

Pharma People Gone Wild!
Kirkus Reviews said this about my new thriller “Too Many Hats: Herbal Medicine and The Mob”:

“An entertaining and illuminating romp through interconnected and delightfully suspect organizations.” – Kirkus Reviews

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https://www.linkedin.com/in/william-curatolo-a749994/

Curatolo, William [MC1970]

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JFOUND: Bryk, William (MC1977) discovers that Alma Mater is nonexistent

2018-Apr-02

https://www.splicetoday.com/writing/rejected-paperwork

Rejected Paperwork
William Bryk

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The other day, I began completing an online employment application for a legal job to help children at risk of abuse. The prospective employer had already received my traditional resume and cover letter. By email, its personnel director advised me that I must complete the employer’s online application and sent me a link to the form.

Providing current contact information for a vanished employer is challenging. My former superiors have largely died, retired, or disappeared. Several government agencies and two law firms for which I’d worked during the last 40 years have ceased to exist.

The form insisted that Manhattan College and Fordham University School of Law, the schools I’d attended, were non-existent. This would be news to thousands of alumni and alumnae. I emailed the personnel director, who patiently explained how to deal with that.

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Bryk, BWilliam (MC1977)

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JFOUND: Parriott, Don (MC1983) is pedaling … … something?

2018-Mar-24

https://greatcyclechallenge.com/Teams/MilesaDayKeepstheDrAway?utm_source=share&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=gcc_profile_share_team_registration_confirmation

Don Parriott
March 22 at 10:36am ·

I created this team for anyone who wishes to help me raise money by riding instead of donating money.

Help Miles a Day Keeps the Dr Away Fight Kids’ Cancer!

Miles a Day Keeps the Dr Away is riding in the Great Cycle Challenge this June to fight kids’ cancer! Please sponsor the team and show your support to help these kids beat this terrible disease. CLICK to view Miles a Day Keeps the Dr Away’s…

greatcyclechallenge.com

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[JR: Some of us are not as athletic as jasper Don? Some of us have mose pennies than calories. Feel free to chip in calories or pennies to keep jasper Don pedaling. If you don’t, he may find something else to do.]

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JFOUND: De Lillo, Angela [MC????] Dep Reg Mgr NYC DEP

2018-Mar-18

http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcas/html/employees/academy_photos11.shtml

Management Academy Class of 2011

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Angela De Lillo, P.E., began working for the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) in September 1992.  She has held various positions within DEP and currently serves as the Deputy Regional Manager, Eastview Region within the Bureau of Water Supply (BWS).  The Eastview Region is responsible for operation and maintenance of the Catskill/Delaware Ultraviolet Disinfection Facility (CDUV).  CDUV provides treatment for 90 to 100% of NYC’s water supply.  In addition to working within Operations, Angela has also worked as a regulator and within BWS’s Compliance Division.  She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and a Masters degree in Environmental Engineering both from Manhattan College.  She is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of New York.

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De Lillo, Angela [MC????]

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Dear John,

I do not find anything in my ‘stuff’ for Angela.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

 

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JFOUND: Matystik, Walter (MC1972) on an amicus brief

2018-Mar-15

http://www.ipwatchdog.com/2018/03/15/law-professors-cafco-uphold-cleveland-clinic-diagnostic-method-patents/id=94754/

Law Professors Urge CAFC to Uphold Cleveland Clinic Diagnostic Method Patents
By Steve Brachmann March 15, 2018

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On February 28th, a group of six patent law professors filed an amicus brief with the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Cleveland Clinic v. True Health Diagnostics. The professors’ brief urges the Federal Circuit to reverse a finding by the lower court invalidating patents asserted by Cleveland Clinic covering diagnostic methods for atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. According to the brief, the district court’s invalidation of Cleveland Clinic’s patents represents an improper application of 35 U.S.C. § 101, the basic threshold statute governing the patentability of inventions.

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The six law professors included as amici in this brief are Walter Matystik, associate provost and adjunct professor at Manhattan College; … … …

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Matystik, Walter (MC1972 MCstaff)

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JFOUND: Marotta, Paul J. [MC1981] Tech Dir @ aquaeter

2018-Feb-24

http://www.aquaeter.com/company-profile/team

Team
Our professionals are called upon to provide expertise and problem solving in many complex and potentially expensive problems (either from a capital expense or from a present-worth cost) that we find ourselves increasingly facing. We operate as professional extensions of our clients’ staff, working closely with their technical staff, as well as, the required regulatory agencies, to find a solution, determine the resource potential, and design systems that will meet the regulatory requirements. We achieve this at an economical cost and with the future expenses known. Our job is to provide the client with a solution that can be permitted by the regulatory authority and to minimize the footprint of their activities in a sustainable manner that considers the social, economic, and environmental implications of the solution.

We operate as professional extensions of our clients’ staff, working closely with their technical staff, as well as, the required regulatory agencies, to find a solution, determine the resource potential, and design systems that will meet the regulatory requirements. We achieve this at an economical cost and with the future expenses known.

Our job is to provide the client with a solution that can be permitted by the regulatory authority and to minimize the footprint of their activities in a sustainable manner that considers the social, economic, and environmental implications of the solution.

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Paul J. Marotta, Ph.D., P.E., BCEE | Resume
Technical Director – Remediation, Air Quality, Environmental Studies, and Wastewater Services

Ph.D., University of Tennessee Space Institute
M.S. Engineering, Union College, Schenectady
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Manhattan College
B.S. Applied Mathematics, Siena College

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Marotta, Paul J. [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Paul is a member of the Class of 1981.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Marotta, Paul J. [MC1981]

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JFOUND: Hall, William T. [MC1982] Env Eng @ Hall & Assoc

2018-Feb-23

http://www.hall-associates.com/about/HATeam/HATeam.html

William T. Hall is an environmental engineer with diverse engineering and permitting experience in water quality, wastewater treatment, NPDES permitting, and mathematical modeling since completing his Master’s Degree. He has extensive experience in evaluating water quality-based effluent limitations, water quality criteria compliance, nutrient criteria development, and TMDLs for municipal and industrial clients. He is primarily responsible for the preparation of technical reports to support the firm’s legal positions on these matters. Most of his recent work focuses on evaluating nutrient criteria development and implementation in TMDLs. He also is an active participant in state committees attempting to develop scientifically defensible numeric criteria for nutrients.

Mr. Hall received his B.S. degree in biology from the City College of New York in 1976 and his M.S. degree in Environmental Engineering from Manhattan College in 1982.

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Hall, William T. [MC1982]

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