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Francis S. Collins Nov 19
We are closer than ever to a cure for sickle cell disease, with promising results of gene replacement and gene editing trials. I joined ’s 2019 Cure Sickle Cell Initiative Annual Forum: Accelerating Scientific Priorities today to talk about next steps
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Francis S. Collins Nov 19
Despite progress in treatment and prevention, too many people continue to die of lung . Learn how -editing tools have uncovered a potential new drug target for one hard-to-treat type.
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Emily 🦋 Nov 18
Replying to @hope4pwME
Please SIGN & SHARE the petition: = people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
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Belizean_777 2h
These cruel and useless experiments were done by to receive more than $3 million in tax money through the :
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Shonna Snyder 3h
Hi everyone, Shonna did very well during surgery. She is in ICU doing well. Surgeons were able to get everything and her bladder is intact. Thanks for the thought, prayers, and good vibes.
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Jaycee Mayfield Nov 20
One of the many benefits of the Chemical Biology Training Grant is the opportunity to take coursework to learn about fields less related to your research. I’m currently learning about glycobiology, something I’ve never really thought about as an inorganic chemist!
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Mona Wu Orr Nov 16
Construction day 2 complete for 🦠🧫! I love the competition. (Yes, they are being stored on bamboo stakes jammed into my houseplants. It’s sturdy, ok?)
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NIH Office of Intramural Training & Education Nov 20
Are you a masters student in Data or Computer Science? Interested in how you can use those skills in the biomedical sciences? Applications are open for the 2020 NIH Graduate Data Science Summer Program! Get more info:
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Shonna Snyder Nov 20
Big day tomorrow. Surgery should start around 8 am.
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NIDDK 5h
Did you know the & have teamed up to accelerate gene-based cures for ? I’ll be speaking about sickle cell anemia, past, present and future at tomorrow. -GR
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Francis S. Collins 11h
Memories are stored in the as engrams. Check out this image of an and learn how such information might someday be used to overcome traumatic .
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NIH Human Resources Nov 20
Help make a difference in the health of every American! Develop and design software and computer systems that support the work processes of clinical research at America's Research Hospital! Learn more:
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NIH Loan Repayment Nov 20
Congratulations, Dr. Diamond!
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Toaster001_1 Nov 19
Replying to @RoyBlunt
FORTUNATELY, THE BATTLE HAS NOW BEEN WON. Thank you and !
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Susan Kandarian Nov 18
Dr. Koroshetz, the at : history will show you did almost nothing for millions of Americans with - it will NOT go unnoticed.
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Kay Miller Temple MD Nov 18
Inaugural Seminar "reach out to us" "we'd love to partner." <- Words by HRSA's ORHP Tom Morris. Yep. We would.
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Jason H. Moore, PhD Nov 18
Me submitting my last paper-based grant back in 2013. This one, like many others, did not get funded!
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NIH Loan Repayment Nov 15
We’re so fortunate to have an amazing leader! Best of luck to those applying! 2 hrs left to submit!
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Liz Burlingame Nov 15
I just know I've got 10 friends out there in the Twitter-verse. Please sign the petition to the telling them that their current plans are
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Kat Mayer-Barber Nov 14
So proud of I remember when we were post-docs with a pipe dream of both of us having labs at the NIH. Dan got tenure! Congrats to him and his amazing team and Alan for being
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