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06/01/2021

DNA-editing method shows promise to treat mouse model of progeria

Using a recently developed DNA base-editing technique, researchers correct accelerating aging disorder. Read More

05/01/2021

Large clinical trial will test combination monoclonal antibody therapy for mild/moderate COVID-19

The Phase 2/3 clinical trial will evaluate experimental antibodies BRII-196 and BRII-198.  Read More

30/12/2020

Peer-reviewed report on Moderna COVID-19 vaccine publishes

Data from Phase 3 clinical trial confirm vaccine is effective. Read More

30/12/2020

Higher red cell transfusion threshold offers no advantage for treating preterm infants

Very low birthweight infants often need blood transfusions to survive. Read More

30/12/2020

NIH study uncovers blood vessel damage and inflammation in COVID-19 patients’ brains but no infection

Results from a study of 19 deceased patients suggests brain damage is a byproduct of a patient’s illness. Read More

28/12/2020

Phase 3 trial of Novavax investigational COVID-19 vaccine opens

NIH- and BARDA-funded trial will enroll up to 30,000 volunteers. Read More

28/12/2020

Study links metabolic syndrome to higher cardiovascular risk in patients with psoriasis

Metabolic syndrome affects about 25% of adults and is on the rise, and its prevalence is even greater among patients with psoriasis. Read More

23/12/2020

Scientists discover how our brains track where we and others go

NIH-funded study suggests our brains may be more in tune with each other than we think. Read More

23/12/2020

AI-designed serotonin sensor may help scientists study sleep and mental health

NIH BRAIN Initiative scientists used machine learning to redesign a bacterial ‘Venus flytrap’ protein that can monitor brain serotonin levels in real time. Read More

22/12/2020

Infant opioid withdrawal therapy varies widely by treatment site

NIH-funded findings highlight need for clinical trials to determine best treatment options. Read More