News & Announcements
The FNIH is launching a new project within the Biomarkers Consortium to determine whether liquid biopsies can be used as biomarkers for diagnosing and monitoring metastatic colorectal cancer.
The FNIH has launched a 4-year project to transform our ability to characterize risk for developing cardiovascular disease.
The FNIH is honored to announce that Mrs. Lily Safra has generously donated more than $675,000 to continue her ongoing support of advancing biomedical research and caring for NIH patients and their families.
Learn more about the Baby Connectome project at the Connectome Celebration on June 20 at the NIH Porter Building.
The Eliminate Dengue program is ramping up after discovering that the presence of Wolbachia bacteria in Aedes aegypti mosquitoes inhibits replication of the Zika virus.
On May 18, leaders from the NIH, biomedical science, the biotech and pharmaceutical industries, philanthropy and business will convene in Washington D.C. for the FNIH Award Ceremony and presentation of the Lurie Prize in Biomedical Sciences.