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30/09/2020

NIH funds first nationwide network to study rare forms of diabetes

The study aims to discover new forms of diabetes, understand what makes them different, and identify their causes. Read More

30/09/2020

NIH to assess and expand COVID-19 testing for underserved communities

RADx-UP program will support projects designed to rapidly implement testing strategies. Read More

29/09/2020

Investigational COVID-19 vaccine well-tolerated and generates immune response in older adults

A Phase 1 clinical trial enrolled 40 healthy volunteers. Read More

28/09/2020

About 14% of cerebral palsy cases may be tied to brain wiring genes

NIH-funded study points to genes that control the establishment of neural circuits during early development. Read More

28/09/2020

NIH-funded study sheds light on abnormal neural function in rare genetic disorder

Findings show deficits in the electrical activity of cortical cells; possible targets for treatment for 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. Read More

24/09/2020

Scientists discover genetic and immunologic underpinnings of some cases of severe COVID-19

NIH investigator co-led international research effort. Read More

23/09/2020

Fourth large-scale COVID-19 vaccine trial begins in the United States

Trial evaluating investigational Janssen COVID-19 vaccine. Read More

22/09/2020

Negative pressure wound therapy does not cut infection risk in obese women after cesarean delivery

Obese women are more likely to have cesarean delivery and more likely to develop an infection at the surgical site. Read More

22/09/2020

NIH expands clinical trials to test convalescent plasma against COVID-19

Rigorous studies to build on earlier efforts to test the experimental treatment Read More

21/09/2020

NIH study details self-reported experiences with post-exertional malaise in ME/CFS

First publication from NIH ME/CFS study takes deep dive into key feature of the disease. Read More