Juventus plan surprise bid to land Guardiola as Sarri’s replacement

first_img Loading… Juventus are reportedly preparing to pull off the most audacious of managerial coups by persuading Pep Guardiola to leave Manchester City and take the reins at the Allianz Stadium. Guardiola has looked out of sorts this season as Manchester City fell behind rivals Liverpool The big-spending Italians are said to be readying a ‘money-no-object’ package to bring Guardiola to Turin and offer the Spaniard his first foray in Serie A. Juve only appointed Maurizio Sarri in the summer but already harbour reservations and see Guardiola as the bigger picture, according to the Sun. Juve president Andrea Agnelli is said to be convinced Guardiola is the missing link to restoring the dominance of his side. As things currently stand Juve sit second in Serie A on goal difference, behind old rivals Inter Milan. Pep Guardiola is being linked with an audacious Juventus move to replace Maurizio SarriAdvertisement Read Also: Cristiano Ronaldo breaks Juventus goal record Inter, led by former Juve boss Antonio Conte, have spent heavily and are determined to get back among European football’s elite. Sarri stands at risk of being the manager responsible for blowing a record ninth Serie A title in a row. Guardiola’s current deal sees him bank in the region of £15million a year at City, though this season his side has been blown away by rivals Liverpool. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Promoted Content10 Of The Dirtiest Seas In The WorldThese Films Were Sued For The Weirdest ReasonsTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Yearlast_img read more

Keck receives $43.7 million from National Cancer Institute

first_imgThe Los Angeles Cancer Surveillance Program, the Keck School of Medicine of USC and USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center’s registry, has received a $43.7 million grant from the National Cancer Institute. Led by Dennis Deapen, the Keck School of Medicine’s Los Angeles Cancer Surveillance Program has been collecting data and information on different cases of cancer among county residents since 1970. Daily Trojan file photo.According to the CSP director Dennis Deapen, this award is an important step for widening the door for diverse cancer research and tracking incidents of this illness within Los Angeles. “Without people like us collecting cancer data from a large, diverse population, cancer research primarily would be based on old, white men,” Deapen said in the press release. “That isn’t very useful for other ethnic and age groups because they have different genetic and environmental risk factors.”NCI awarded the grant so that the program could continue to follow cases of cancer among Los Angeles County residents by tracking patterns and trends to enhance the prevention and understanding of them.“We are the first line of defense,” Deapen said in the press release. “We identify cancer trends and pave roads that lead to better cancer prevention and treatment.”Founded in 1970, CSP is the largest registry of the National Cancer Institute-funded Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) program.The population-based registry currently holds more than 1.7 million records of cancer cases and collects around 44,160 more each year. To this date, CSP has a bibliography of over 3,300 publications contributed to scientific journals. As one of the largest registries in the United States, CSP depends on NCI funding to track Los Angeles County’s diverse population, which consists of more than 10 million people. This grant follows the $1.5 billion that the National Institute of Health awarded the Keck School of Medicine and other nationwide organizations earlier this month. Both projects rely on Los Angeles County, one of the most  ethnically, medically and demographically  diverse counties in the United States, as a microcosm for international medical research. “The CSP is one of the most productive cancer registries in the world, in terms of scientific contributions toward understanding the demographic patterns and the etiology of specific cancers,” the CSP website stated. “The consortium of 18 population-based SEER registries provides the federal government with a ‘snapshot’ of cancer incidence and survival across the United States.”last_img read more