Research Partnership Defines Diagnostic Criteria for Sarcopenia, a Debilitating Condition in Older Adults
The National Institutes of Health dedicated the John Edward Porter Neuroscience Center on its Bethesda, Md., campus March 31, with a ceremony and a scientific symposium in honor of the long-serving member of Congress and stalwart supporter of biomedical research for whom it is named.
The National Institutes of Health is dedicating the John Edward Porter Neuroscience Center on its Bethesda, Md., campus today, with a ceremony and a scientific symposium in honor of the long-serving member of Congress and stalwart supporter of biomedical research for whom it is named.
Foundation for the NIH to Award Lurie Prize in the Biomedical Sciences to Jennifer Doudna from UC Berkeley
Jennifer Doudna, Ph.D., a Professor from the University of California, Berkeley, will be the 2014 recipient of the Lurie Prize in the Biomedi
New Partnership to Speed Identification and Validation of Effective Biological Targets of Disease Launched
Francis Collins, M.D., Ph.D., Director of the National Institutes of Health, along with leaders of the Foundation for the NIH, 10 biopharmaceutical companies and several not-for-profit disease foundations have launched the Accelerating Medicines Partnership, an unprecedented initiative to transform the current model for identifying and validating the most promising biological targets of disease
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