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NEW TECH AT TRMC: Trumbull Regional Medical Center has partnered with Veran to provide advanced technology with the SPiN Thoracic Navigation System, offering patients improved diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer.

The novel technology uses electromagnetic navigation (EMN), which is like the GPS in your car, to guide doctors to even the smallest, hard-to-access nodules resulting in earlier lung cancer detection. The system is minimally invasive and enables doctors to reach and biopsy small suspect nodules anywhere in the lungs, speeding up diagnosis, without the need for multiple procedures.

Trumbull Regional Medical Center offers the Lung Cancer Screening Program at Steward Health Center, Elm Road, 2586 Elm Road NE, Building B, Cortland, and Trumbull Regional Medical Center, 1350 E. Market St., Warren.

YSU, AMERICA MAKES PART OF PARTNERSHIP: A new partnership will leverage relationships between universities and organizations in Youngstown and El Paso, Texas, to focus on economic development, research and workforce development.

Announced recently was the agreement between the Youngstown Business Incubator and the El Paso Chamber.

Critical to the initiative is the relationship between Youngstown State University and The University of Texas at El Paso. America Makes, the national institute for additive manufacturing headquartered in Youngstown, has a satellite center at the University of Texas at El Paso.

LAUNDRY MAT ADDS NEW TECH: Clean & Quick Laundromat in Newton Falls now has ozone sanitizing technology in all of its washing machines, making it the first laundromat in the Mahoning Valley with machines equipped with the technology.

It is located at 200 Milton Blvd.

HVAC COMPANY AWARDED: Thompson Heating and Cooling was recently named a recipient of the 2021 President’s Award from Carrier for the fifth consecutive year.

The award recognizes outstanding dealers in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) industry. It is given to Carrier Factory Authorized Dealers that demonstrate technical expertise while serving as leaders for the Carrier brand and raising the standard of excellence in sales and superior customer satisfaction.

People on the Move

HOPPEL JOINS FIRM: Coldwell Banker EvenBay Real Estate recently added Jimmy Hoppel as a real estate agent.

Hoppel, who obtained his real estate license in 2015 after attending Hondros College in Westerville, holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Ashland University and master’s degree in city and regional planning from Ohio State University. He recently moved back to the area from Columbus, where he worked as a Realtor for six years.

PSYCHOLOGIST JOINS AKRON CHILDREN’S: Psychologist Adriana Nevado, Psy.D., has joined Akron Children’s Hospital in its Adolescent Medicine department where she is seeing patients in the Eating Disorders Clinic.

Prior to joining Akron Children’s, Dr. Nevado was a therapist at the Center for Evidence Based Treatment of Ohio in Shaker Heights.

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