ت:    25332330
نقال: 90094424
4:30 الى 9:30 مساءا (أيام الإسبوع)
السبت 10:30 ص-1:30 م. الجمعة عطلة

مقالات إخبارية

28/12/2020

Phase 3 trial of Novavax investigational COVID-19 vaccine opens

NIH- and BARDA-funded trial will enroll up to 30,000 volunteers. Read More

28/12/2020

Study links metabolic syndrome to higher cardiovascular risk in patients with psoriasis

Metabolic syndrome affects about 25% of adults and is on the rise, and its prevalence is even greater among patients with psoriasis. Read More

23/12/2020

Scientists discover how our brains track where we and others go

NIH-funded study suggests our brains may be more in tune with each other than we think. Read More

23/12/2020

AI-designed serotonin sensor may help scientists study sleep and mental health

NIH BRAIN Initiative scientists used machine learning to redesign a bacterial ‘Venus flytrap’ protein that can monitor brain serotonin levels in real time. Read More

22/12/2020

Infant opioid withdrawal therapy varies widely by treatment site

NIH-funded findings highlight need for clinical trials to determine best treatment options. Read More

22/12/2020

Results of NIH-sponsored ACTIV-3 trial published

Experimental monoclonal antibody not efficacious in Phase 3 trial. Read More

22/12/2020

NIH ACTIV Trial of blood thinners pauses enrollment of critically ill COVID-19 patients

Anticoagulation drugs did not reduce the need for organ support. Read More

22/12/2020

Pregnant women in third trimester unlikely to pass SARS-CoV-2 infection to newborns

NIH-funded findings also suggest less-than-expected transfer of maternal SARS-CoV-2 antibodies through placenta. Read More

22/12/2020

NIH neuroscientists isolate promising mini antibodies against COVID-19 from a llama

Preliminary results suggest anti-COVID19 nanobodies may be effective at preventing and diagnosing infections. Read More

22/12/2020

NIH funds eight studies to uncover risk factors for COVID-19-related inflammatory syndrome in children

Awards part of a larger effort to study pediatric COVID-19 and related conditions. Read More