CELS


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AcronymDefinition
CELSCentro de Estudios Legales y Sociales (Center for Legal and Social Studies; Argentina)
CELSCareer Enhancing Life Skills
CELSCentre for English Language Studies
CELSCoalition for Education in the Life Sciences
CELSCertificates in English Language Skills
CELSCentre of Excellence for Life Sciences
CELSCollege of Environment and Life Sciences
CELSCambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences
CELSCertified Employment Law Specialist
CELSCoded Explosive Logic System
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CELS and MPE have anti-inflammatory effects in carageenan-induced acute inflammation, dose dependently and proinflammatory in histamine inflammation, in small doses.
CELS and MPE exhibited the anti-inflammatory effects in carrageenan model.
As the healthcare industry expands to play an increasingly important role in the economy, I look forward to working with CELS to take advantage of emerging opportunities and meet any arising challenges.
Mike Asher, CEO of CELS, said: "Brian's appointment to the board establishes a direct link between CELS and the NHS in Newcastle.
Kenny Lang, Director of Business Incubation at CELS, said, "Business incubation facilities for life sciences companies such as CELS at Newcastle are just one of the ways in which CELS is driving the region's healthcare economy; aiding knowledge transfer and helping to convert scientific ideas from North East England's top universities into commercial opportunities.
Dion said: "I've been working in the healthcare sector in the North East for some time, and thoroughly enjoyed it, but I was ready for a new challenge, and CELS has definitely provided me with that challenge.
This is a unique opportunity for North-East companies and I urge them to contact CELS as soon as possible.
He is an accomplished business leader and with his knowledge and global experience comes a wealth of industry contacts which will benefit CELS and the region as a whole.
Nicholds, 45, also has more than 20 years' experience in the life sciences arena and joins CELS from Billingham-based Avecia Biotechnology.
Ian Shott, chairman of CELS said: "Our objective is to promote the region as a leading centre for life sciences and healthcare and as an attractive place for businesses to transfer to, establish and thrive.