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The NIH CRM was created to serve as a resource for the scientific community, providing stem cells and supporting protocols and standard operating procedures used to derive, culture, and differentiate the stem cells into different cell types.
Successful projects will gain access to the government's contract resources, as well as the assistance of the NIH in establishing and implementing a product development plan.
We may also comment to NIH that while we agree with The New England Journal of Medicine that copyright is needed to prevent abuse, the details suggested elsewhere in their editorial (not quoted here) need attention.
NLM staff work with the staff of other NIH Institutes who write and publish unbiased, well-reviewed information for consumers.
There's no doubt that NIH research already is helping with some of the most difficult chronic problems of aging.
Under the CIO-SP2 contract, KPMG Consulting has received a total of eight task orders from the United States Army, the Department of State, the Department of Health and Human Services, and NIH, including:
Similarly, progress in areas supported by other NIH institutes can and does provide valuable information for diseases within the NIAMS research portfolio.
5 million from the NIH to run clinical trials of amoxicillin, an antibiotic that Bluestone claimed was effective in treating children's ear infections.
The office's goal is to accelerate critical research efforts that address major, interdisciplinary NIH priorities by facilitating dialogue, decision-making and funding.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) today announces the appointments to the NIH Council of Councils.
This funding opportunity will use the NIH Exploratory/Development Research Grant (R21) award mechanism.
NIH Osteoporosis and Related Bone Diseases--National Resource Center
a contract to provide network engineering, software development, and user support services to help NIH increase system availability and efficiency of a network that supports 30,000 users across the United States.
The NIH recently approved funding for the SMART study, a long-term clinical endpoint study that will focus on the use of antiretroviral therapy in the treatment of HIV disease.