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Markers of Gut Inflammation May Predict Stunting in Infants

Mal-Ed Field sites

Biological markers – biomarkers – of gut inflammation found in stool may help identify young children at risk for stunted growth and target them for appropriate medical intervention.

Four Videos on BioCenturyTV Highlight effort to Modernizing Cancer Research Trial Design Modeled after ISPY2 Trials

Leaders Discuss Efforts to Modernize Clinical Research

Industry leaders discuss efforts to modernize clinical research

The National Football League Commits $30 Million Donation to FNIH to Support Medical Research

Kimberly O'Sullivan, Former Communications Officer

 

by Kimberly O’Sullivan
Former Communications Officer
Foundation for the National Institutes of Health

Meet Dr. Maria C. Freire — The Foundation for the National Institutes of Health’s President

Dr. Maria Freire

 

Dr. Maria C. Freire
Executive Director of
The Foundation for the National Institutes of Health

Time Flies When You’re Making a Difference!

Peggy Gerlacher, Operations Associate, Longest Serving FNIH staff member

 

by Peggy Gerlacher
Operations Associate and
Longest Serving FNIH Staff

Avon Walk for Breast Cancer Gives Me New Perspective

Kimberly O'Sullivan, Communications Officer

 

by Kimberly O’Sullivan
Former Communications Officer
Foundation for the National Institutes of Health

Kim on Twitter!

Kimberly O'Sullivan, Communications Officer

 

by Kimberly O’Sullivan
Former Communications Officer
Foundation for the National Institutes of Health

The Stitch Red Campaign is “Sticking it to Heart Disease”!

Kimberly O'Sullivan, Communications Officer

 

by Kimberly O’Sullivan
Former Communications Officer
Foundation for the National Institutes of Health

The FNIH is a Largely Hidden Gem!

Dr. Sandra Schneider

by guest author
Sandra Schneider, MD, FACEP
Professor and Chair Emeritus
Department of Emergency Medicine
University of Rochester

1996 versus 2011

Scott Campbell, CEO, FNIH

 

by Dr. Scott Campbell
Former Executive Director and CEO,
FNIH