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27/08/2020

Biomarkers identified in collegiate athletes that could help predict time needed to recover from concussion

Collegiate athletes who had sustained a sports-related concussion were tested at several time points. Read More

27/08/2020

NCI, Cancer Research UK launch Cancer Grand Challenges partnership to support bold new ideas for cancer research

Effort will foster a highly competitive process designed to stimulate scientific creativity. Read More

26/08/2020

Artificial pancreas effectively controls type 1 diabetes in children age 6 and up

Earlier research showed that the system was safe and effective for people ages 14 and older. Read More

19/08/2020

Small set of genes may provide unique barcode for different types of brain cells in worms

NIH-funded study suggests specific combination of proteins determines neuron type. Read More

18/08/2020

NIH study suggests opioid use linked to pregnancy loss, lower chance of conception

Little information exists on non-habitual, periodic opioid use around the time of conception and early in pregnancy. Read More

18/08/2020

Drugs against alpha-ketoglutarate may combat deadly childhood brain tumor

NIH funded pre-clinical study highlights intricate links between brain tumors and cancer. Read More

14/08/2020

NIH-Supported Scientists Demonstrate How Genetic Variations Cause Eczema

Finding could lead to genetic tests that identify infants at risk for the disease. Read More

13/08/2020

NIH names Dr. Rena D’Souza as director of the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research

She is expected to begin her new role later this year. Read More

13/08/2020

Mapping tool highlights NIH-funded small business successes

Over $1 billion in annual investments drive critical biomedical innovation and discovery Read More

12/08/2020

New treatments spur sharp reduction in lung cancer mortality rate

Nationwide mortality rates for the most common category of lung cancer are declining faster than its incidence. Read More