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16/11/2020

Promising Interim Results from Clinical Trial of NIH-Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine

An interim review of trial data suggests that the vaccine is safe and effective at preventing symptomatic COVID-19 in adults. Read More

13/11/2020

Cardiac arrest treatment that uses life support machine boosts survival

ARREST trial found use of ECMO was highly effective. Read More

11/11/2020

Treatments for people with early COVID-19 infection is an urgent research focus

Effective, early interventions would benefit individual patients and healthcare system. Read More

09/11/2020

NIH study finds long-acting injectable drug prevents HIV acquisition in cisgender women

Long-acting regimen more effective than daily oral pill among African women. Read More

09/11/2020

Hydroxychloroquine does not benefit adults hospitalized with COVID-19

The trial began after lab studies and preliminary reports suggested that hydroxychloroquine might have promise in treating SARS-CoV-2. Read More

05/11/2020

NIH researchers identify gene in mice that controls food cravings, desire to exercise

The gene, Prkar2a, is highly expressed in a tiny brain region involved in responses to pain, stress, anxiety, sleep and reward. Read More

05/11/2020

The gut trains the immune system to protect the brain

Gut-trained immune cells at CNS borders guard against meningitis and other infections. Read More

03/11/2020

Neighborhood conditions associated with children’s cognitive function

NIH-funded research from ABCD Study finds association despite household income. Read More

28/10/2020

NIH scientists discover key pathway in lysosomes that coronaviruses use to exit cells

Targeting cells’ ‘trash compactor’ could lead to new antiviral strategy to fight COVID-19. Read More

27/10/2020

Scientists use clues in the human genome to discover new inflammatory syndrome

Study used a “search the genome” approach to reveal how mutations in a gene called UBA1 are associated with inflammatory diseases. Read More