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09/07/2020

Blood-based biomarker can detect, predict severity of traumatic brain injury

Currently, there are no validated blood-based biomarkers to provide an objective diagnosis of mild traumatic brain injury or to predict recovery. Read More

09/07/2020

NfL outperforms other blood tests to predict and diagnose traumatic brain injury

Researchers studied four proteins from the brain that collect in the blood after TBI. Read More

09/07/2020

Individually tailored falls prevention plan found no better than usual care for reducing serious injury

Large PCORI-, NIH-funded trial examined multipronged intervention in real-world settings. Read More

09/07/2020

NIH researchers reframe dog-to-human aging comparisons

Comparing epigenetic differences between humans and domestic dogs provides an emerging model of aging. Read More

09/07/2020

Long-acting injectable form of HIV prevention outperforms daily pill in NIH study

Both methods highly effective at preventing HIV among men who have sex with men and transgender women. Read More

01/07/2020

NIH ACTIV vaccine working group weighs role of human challenge studies for SARS-CoV-2 vaccine development

The authors conclude that large, randomized, controlled trials of SARS-CoV-2 are the fastest and most effective path forward for establishing vaccine safety and efficacy. Read More

01/07/2020

NIH taps Dr. Shannon Zenk as director of the National Institute of Nursing Research

She is expected to begin her new role as the NINR director in September. Read More

01/07/2020

Complexity of human tooth enamel revealed at atomic level in NIH-funded study

Unprecedented details of enamel structure may point to new ways to prevent or halt cavities. Read More

29/06/2020

NIH study shows genomic variation causing common autoinflammatory disease may increase resilience to bubonic plague

Genomic variants that cause common periodic fever have spread in Mediterranean populations over centuries, potentially protecting people from the plague. Read More

29/06/2020

Faster processing makes cutting-edge fluorescence microscopy more accessible

NIH researchers put complex, high-resolution data within reach for many more scientists. Read More