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Francis S. Collins 13h
For many, we are the National Institutes of Hope. I am delighted to share a new video that captures the spirit of & the NIH-funded community, the innovative work we do, & the amazing people that make it possible. I am proud to lead this agency.
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Seosamh /ˈʃoːsˠəw/ 18h
Belizean_bz These cruel and useless experiments were done by to receive more than $3 million in tax money through the :
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NIH Intramural 16h
investigator Christopher Hourigan was one of nine scientists who recently received the presidential award. His work focuses on acute myeloid (AML) that has recurred after initial treatment.
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NIAID News Jul 15
NEWS: and partners to launch phase 3 vaccine efficacy trial in the Americas and Europe.
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Headline Juice Jul 15
Replying to @diveinordie
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Francis S. Collins Jul 16
Finding a permanent cure for has proven elusive. Might new drug delivery and gene editing tools help? The latest on my blog.
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NIH NHLBI 17h
Hear about the advances in lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) disease research from the Dr. Joel Moss, who discovered a way to detect and characterize cells in the lung.
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Vögeli_Lab 3h
Celebrating today our first RO1 grant. We rock the research
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Research @ UNMC 17h
Congratulations to Yiannis Chatzizisis, M.D., Ph.D., researcher who received an NIH R01 to investigate patient-specific coronary stent techniques. Read more ››
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Andrew Jul 16
IKU has an exclusive license to a technology that will generate an unprecedented amount of biomarkers. Biomarkers = How to End Disease = Slow down aging Based on how I will look in 50 years.. Lucky me :)
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NIH Clinical Center Jul 16
and partners plan to launch vaccine efficacy trial at multiple clinical research sites in North America, South America and Europe
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Gary W Miller Jul 15
Dr Linda Birnbaum giving opening address at in Honolulu. She has served and the environment as NIEHS Director for over 10 years.
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Francis S. Collins Jul 15
Thanks to four members of the for visiting to tour the & . Looking forward to continued collaborations to address our nation’s pressing health concerns like the immune deficiency and traumatic brain injury labs we saw today.
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Matt Hourihan Jul 15
New paper from NBER on the effects of an NIH training program on young researchers.
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PETA - #EndSpeciesism Jul 14
HELP! The plans to torment complex marmosets in cruel and unscientific experiments 💔 Urge the to STOP using tax dollars to fund these failed tests and instead redirect funds to more accurate, non-animal research methods ✊
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Benjamin Tischler Jul 14
In November, my F31 grant was not discussed, with some pretty harsh feedback on the summary statement. Today, the resubmitted application is in the top 5%. Grateful to everyone who was a sounding board and provided advice/feedback for this round!
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Musculoskeletal Health Jul 11
Congratulations to Prof Joshua Burns and team for their successful multisite cooperative NIH grant for the Accelerate Clinical Trials in CMT (ACTCMT) Study!!
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UMMS Office of Communty & Government Relations Jul 11
Did you know researchers attract more than $245M in research funding, including $160M in funding
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Fogarty at NIH Jul 11
Fogarty has awarded $17M through two programs to help train researchers in across the globe, and to drive the development of innovative interventions to reduce stigma for people living with HIV/AIDS.
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NIH OAR Jul 11
The investment in HIV/AIDS research has resulted in scientific accomplishments that contribute to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of . Read about the HIV/AIDS research priorities:
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