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Zika virus selectively infects and kills glioblastoma cells in mice

Researchers describe the impact of ZIKV on glioblastoma cells in human tissue samples and mice Read More


Drug combination reduces risk of HIV infection among teen males

NIH-funded study suggests PrEP therapy, approved for adults, is safe for youth. Read More


NIAID scientists illuminate mechanism of increased cardiovascular risks with HIV

Tick saliva molecule blocks process in human cells, nonhuman primates. Read More


Sequencing all 24 human chromosomes uncovers rare disorders

Study from NIH and other institutions may help improve prenatal genetic screening Read More


NIH’s All of Us Research Program expands national network of medical centers

Awardees will help enroll participants in long-term precision medicine research effort. Read More


NIH Clinical Center receives 2017 Excellence Award for outstanding emotional support to patients

Hospital earned the highest ratings in overall satisfaction by patients and families for emotional support. Read More


Robotic exoskeleton offers potential new approach to alleviating crouch gait in children with cerebral palsy

This study is the first step toward the long-term goal of implementing a novel device-based approach to treating crouch gait. Read More


Disease diagnostics take top honors of DEBUT biomedical engineering design competition

NIH and VentureWell support undergraduate biomedical engineering challenge seeking innovative devices to improve health globally. Read More


Event registration opens for National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week®

Observance to be held January 22-28, 2018. Read More


Scientists develop infection model for tick-borne flaviviruses

Researchers say the work will greatly increase knowledge about how flaviviruses infect ticks. Read More