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31/03/2017

Phase 2 Zika vaccine trial begins in U.S., Central and South America

Study will evaluate NIH’s experimental DNA vaccine. Read More

31/03/2017

NIH designates $42.7 million for food allergy research consortium

Consortium will continue seeking food allergy treatment strategies over next seven years. Read More

28/03/2017

Antimicrobial Resistance Diagnostic Challenge selects 10 semifinalists in first phase of competition

Each will receive $50,000 to develop prototypes of diagnostics to improve detection of drug resistant bacteria. Read More

24/03/2017

NIH Statement on World Tuberculosis Day

TB is the world’s leading cause of death from an infectious disease, especially among women and children. Read More

23/03/2017

NIH achieves milestone to accelerate multisite clinical studies

CTSA Program paves way for nationwide single IRB model. Read More

22/03/2017

Scientists discover urinary biomarker that may help track ALS

NIH-funded study suggests opportunity to find insights to neurological disease. Read More

14/03/2017

NIH-funded scientists deploy CRISPR to preserve photoreceptors in mice

Gene-editing tool rescues photoreceptors from a variety of mutations. Read More

14/03/2017

Common tests for preterm birth not useful for routine screening of first-time pregnancies

Tests for short cervix, fetal fibronectin identify only a small number of cases, NIH study suggests. Read More

14/03/2017

Integrative health care and U.S. military personnel, veterans, and their families

NCCIH’s 2017 spring event schedule. Read More

13/03/2017

Study identifies African-specific genomic variant associated with obesity

Findings highlight the importance of genomic studies in diverse populations. Read More