News releases from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
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NIH grantees Gregg L. Semenza, M.D., Ph.D. and William G. Kaelin Jr., M.D., win 2019 Nobel in Physiology and Medicine.
Strategy Appears Feasible for Decontaminating Hunting, Meat Processing Equipment.
New grants aimed at better understanding diseases, moving potential treatments closer to the clinic.
Folic acid may lower risk of being obese or overweight.
Deferring drug until after delivery is safer, NIH-funded trial finds.
Recipients living with HIV show no indication of secondary infection with donor HIV strain.
‘Forward-oriented’ design might boost treatment effectiveness and broaden use.
Expanded open science will advance the pipeline for innovative therapeutics
The parasite, however, does not respond to treatment with standard leishmaniasis drugs.
Ninety-three awards will fund highly innovative, high-impact biomedical research.
Redesigned MRI holds promise for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
Program links academic institutions developing best practices to translate biomedical innovations into public benefit.
The CIVICs program is a new network of research centers that will work together to develop more durable, broadly protective and longer-lasting influenza vaccines.
Speaking Up About Mental Health! essays explored stigma and social barriers in seeking mental health treatment.
Detailed pregnancy history, prevention strategies may hold a key to improving health outcomes.