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Indegene, 150 College Road West, Suite 104, Princeton 08540. www.indegene.com.

The healthcare marketing company, based in Bangalore, India, has opened an office on College Road West. As of 2015 the company had about 1,200 employees in offices around the world.


New Jersey Hospital Association, 760 Alexander Road, Box 1, Princeton 08543. 609-275-4000. Elizabeth Ryan, president & CEO. www.njha.com.

The New Jersey Hospital Association has been awarded a $1 million grant from the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention for its NJ Perinatal Quality Collaborative, which works to improve perinatal care across hospitals in the state.

The PQC is one of 13 state organizations to receive the grant. The money will go toward reducing preterm births, severe pregnancy complications, and racial and ethnic disparities, and other efforts to improve the health of mothers and newborn babies.

The NJ PQC has already worked to cut the early elective delivery rate in the state nearly in half, and birthing hospitals around the state reduced adverse obstetric events by 34 percent, saving the state more than $34 million from 2012 to 2016 as part of the Partnership for Patients initiative.

“We want every baby to get the best start possible in New Jersey,” Aline Holmes, senior vice president of clinical affairs at NJHA, said in a written statement. “This funding will help us provide evidence-based care for all mothers, babies and families.”


Vladimir Voevodsky, 51, on September 30. He was a professor at the Institute for Advanced Study who won the Fields Medal for mathematics in 2002 for his work in the field of homotopy. He was born in Moscow and moved to the U.S. after the breakup of the Soviet Union, earning a doctorate at Harvard in 1992.

Alexander Fedor, 80, on October 15. He worked for several title companies before joining Siemans Delaval in Trenton, where he was employed for 25 years until his retirement. He later founded AJM Antiques and Collectibles in Trenton.

Teresa Tufano, 71, on October 14. She was an executive secretary at Cronos in Lambertville. Services will be held Thursday, October 19, at 10 a.m. at the Mather-Hodge Funeral Home at 40 Vandeventer Avenue, Princeton.

Kevin McCoy, 50, on October 12. He was president and founding partner of K. McCoy Inc. Insurance Agency in Hamilton where he worked with his brothers, Joshua and Kenneth. Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, October 18, at St. John the Evangelist Church, 752 Big Oak Road, Morrisville, Pennsylvania.

Dianne Fay Dickinson, 64, on October 13. She had a master’s degree in administrative science from Johns Hopkins and was a quality assurance supervisor at Pitman-Moore in Titusville. She was later an investigator and community relations specialist at the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, retiring in August, 2017.

Amy Lowenstein, 73, on October 5. She was an accountant who worked for Nowalk & Associates in Cranbury before forming an individual practice in Yardley, where she worked until her death.

Flora Comizzoli, 75, on October 11. She was a real estate agent and broker in Princeton for 44 years.

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