ACAD
48.19
0.00
N/A%
AEMD
9.5
0.00
N/A%
APRI
1.38
0.00
N/A%
ARNA
4.06
0.00
N/A%
ATEC
1.36
0.00
N/A%
CNAT
4.5
+0.01
+0.22%
CRXM
0.3
0.00
N/A%
CYTX
0.427
0.00
N/A%
DXCM
84.53
0.00
N/A%
GNMK
8.04
0.00
N/A%
HALO
23.54
+0.51
+2.21%
ILMN
216.7
0.00
N/A%
INNV
0.155
0.00
N/A%
INO
7.25
0.00
N/A%
ISCO
0.043
0.00
N/A%
ISIS
53.96
0.00
N/A%
LGND
109.71
+0.97
+0.89%
LPTN
0.264
0.00
N/A%
MBVX
2.01
0.00
N/A%
MEIP
1.49
0.00
N/A%
MNOV
3.73
0.00
N/A%
MRTX
27.96
0.00
N/A%
MSTX
0.43
0.00
N/A%
NBIX
48.99
0.00
N/A%
NUVA
55.19
0.00
N/A%
ONCS
5.98
0.00
N/A%
ONVO
3.36
+0.01
+0.30%
OREX
3.96
0.00
N/A%
OTIC
25.97
0.00
N/A%
QDEL
20.62
0.00
N/A%
RCPT
228.56
0.00
N/A%
RGLS
7.99
0.00
N/A%
RMD
55.4
0.00
N/A%
SCIE
0.018
0.00
N/A%
SPHS
0.844
0.00
N/A%
SRNE
21.17
0.00
N/A%
TROV
7.96
+0.08
+1.02%
VICL
0.628
0.00
N/A%
ZGNX
19.6
0.00
N/A%
ACAD
48.19
0.00
N/A%
AEMD
9.5
0.00
N/A%
APRI
1.38
0.00
N/A%
ARNA
4.06
0.00
N/A%
ATEC
1.36
0.00
N/A%
CNAT
4.5
+0.01
+0.22%
CRXM
0.3
0.00
N/A%
CYTX
0.427
0.00
N/A%
DXCM
84.53
0.00
N/A%
GNMK
8.04
0.00
N/A%
HALO
23.54
+0.51
+2.21%
ILMN
216.7
0.00
N/A%
INNV
0.155
0.00
N/A%
INO
7.25
0.00
N/A%
ISCO
0.043
0.00
N/A%
ISIS
53.96
0.00
N/A%
LGND
109.71
+0.97
+0.89%
LPTN
0.264
0.00
N/A%
MBVX
2.01
0.00
N/A%
MEIP
1.49
0.00
N/A%
MNOV
3.73
0.00
N/A%
MRTX
27.96
0.00
N/A%
MSTX
0.43
0.00
N/A%
NBIX
48.99
0.00
N/A%
NUVA
55.19
0.00
N/A%
ONCS
5.98
0.00
N/A%
ONVO
3.36
+0.01
+0.30%
OREX
3.96
0.00
N/A%
OTIC
25.97
0.00
N/A%
QDEL
20.62
0.00
N/A%
RCPT
228.56
0.00
N/A%
RGLS
7.99
0.00
N/A%
RMD
55.4
0.00
N/A%
SCIE
0.018
0.00
N/A%
SPHS
0.844
0.00
N/A%
SRNE
21.17
0.00
N/A%
TROV
7.96
+0.08
+1.02%
VICL
0.628
0.00
N/A%
ZGNX
19.6
0.00
N/A%
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Bio: Cara Santa Maria

Cara Santa Maria is the senior science correspondent for The Huffington Post, where she hosts and co-produces a weekly video series called “Talk Nerdy To Me.” She also co-hosts the new Weather Channel series, “Hacking The Planet.” A North Texas native, Cara currently lives in Los Angeles. Prior to moving to the west coast, she taught biology and psychology courses to university undergraduates and high school students in Texas and New York. Her published research has spanned various topics, including clinical psychological assessment, the neuropsychology of blindness, neuronal cell culture techniques, and computational neurophysiology.