ALS Clinic / Business & Lobbying
University Beat on WUSF TV brings you to the opening ceremony for the USF Health ALS clinic and talks to the clinicians who’ll work there, a financial supporter of it, and one man who is seeking treatment there.
Mark Schreiner sits down with a USF Business professor who has co-authored a study that looks at what happens when companies mix business and politics.
University Beat on WUSF 89.7 talks to Professor Sean Lux about his examination of the effects that political contributions and lobbying have on a corporation’s bottom line.
USF Asst. Professor of Neurology, Dr. Lara Katzin, talks about the interdisciplinary nature of the USF Health ALS Clinic and how that benefits patients, particularly in terms of convenience. She also talks about the difficult nature of diagnosing ALS.
Nancy Baily Williamson, President of the ALS Association Florida Chapter, says the new USF Health ALS Clinic fills a need for local patients, while Stephen Blume talks about the personal reasons behind his donation of $100,000 to launch the clinic.
USF Assistant Professor Sean Lux talks about some of the ways companies are getting involved in politics, the methodology of his study, how the Supreme Court’s “Citizens United” ruling might affect future relationships, and what having this work published in the Journal of Management means for both him and USF.
USF Health ALS Clinic
The clinic runs the first Friday of each month, but should add days as patient volume grows.
CDCâ€™s National ALS Registry
Business & Lobbying
Sean Lux, Assistant Professor, USF Center for Entrepreneurship
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Mark Schreiner has been the producer and reporter for "University Beat" on WUSF 89.7 FM since 2001 and on WUSF TV since 2007. He has worked as an anchor, reporter and producer at radio stations in Tampa and his native Chicago since 1992.