News releases from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
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NIH-funded preclinical rodent study points to neutrophils for potential treatment options.
NIH and Sanofi scientists prepare to test antibody in people.
NIH-funded study suggests approach for treating brain tumors.
Joint HHS-DoD-VA initiative will award multiple grants totaling $81 million.
Dispersants are a blend of chemical compounds used to break down oil slicks.
site developed with input from clinical educators and administrators features over 100 resources.
NIH-funded study may aid development of asthma prevention strategies.
Follow-up postcards less expensive, more effective than usual care: NIH study.
NIH-funded two-year clinical trial will monitor effects of increased fluid intake on risk of stones.
“Tissue chips” to be engineered to model disease and test drug efficacy prior to clinical trials.
NCBI maintains biomedical databases, including PubMed, GenBank, BLAST, Entrez, RefSeq, dbSNP, PubMed Central and dbGaP.
Program supports large research projects aimed at understanding and developing interventions for autism spectrum disorder
Scientists honored for their research leading to the development of HPV vaccines
Researchers describe the impact of ZIKV on glioblastoma cells in human tissue samples and mice
NIH-funded study suggests PrEP therapy, approved for adults, is safe for youth.
Study from NIH and other institutions may help improve prenatal genetic screening
Tick saliva molecule blocks process in human cells, nonhuman primates.
Awardees will help enroll participants in long-term precision medicine research effort.
Hospital earned the highest ratings in overall satisfaction by patients and families for emotional support.
NIH and VentureWell support undergraduate biomedical engineering challenge seeking innovative devices to improve health globally.