sternson

stern·son

 (stûrn′sən)
n. Nautical
A bar of metal or wood set between the keelson and the sternpost to fortify the joint. Also called stern knee.

sternson

(ˈstɜːnsən)
n
(Nautical Terms) nautical a timber scarfed into or bolted to the sternpost and keelson at the stern of a wooden vessel. Compare stemson
[C19: from stern2 + -son, on the model of keelson]
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Larry Sternson, president of Elan Pharmaceutical Technologies, said, "We are pleased with the opportunity to invest in, and collaborate with, Atrix.
Sternson served as president of Elan Corporation's drug delivery businesses and before that was the founder, president and CEO of NanoSystems, a privately held drug delivery company that was acquired by Elan in 1998.
The initiation of this clinical study is an important step and one that illustrates the commitment and progress with which the two companies have worked," said Larry Sternson, Ph.
Larry Sternson, president of drug delivery at Elan said, "We are very pleased that this product has rapidly advanced to clinical testing and look forward to the evaluation of this product in proof of concept studies.
Sternson, president & chief executive officer of NanoSystems.
This first approval for a formulation containing our NanoCrystal technology is a major achievement for EPT and represents the validation of several years' of diligent scientific effort", said Dr Larry Sternson, President of EPT.
Eradication of crippling polio virus is the topmost priority of the government," DG Health Services said adding sternsons efforts against the menace of polio by the government, UNICEF, WHO and Rotary Club has yielded positive results as there was not a single case reported in Balochistan for last nine months.