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NIH

The United States National Institutes of Health.

NIH

"Not invented here." See digispeak.
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NIH Content and Collaboration NIH consumer health documents are an integral part of MedlinePlus.
When Waxman realized that the list sent to NIH had, in fact, been compiled by the Traditional Values Coalition, he fired off another letter to Secretary Thompson, saying "it remains important for HHS to clarify any role it had in the creation of this list.
It is also worth noting that much of the most useful research on the chronic diseases of aging was accomplished during the 1990s, when the NIH budget was much smaller.
Several years ago, NIH began to fund longer-term grants, which recently led to a shortage of money for new research projects and a decline in award rates to 29 percent.
Krensky will have such an important leadership role at the NIH.
NIH expects Centers to provide an environment and core resources to bring together biomedical, behavioral, and clinical science investigators to study autism.
We are pleased to continue our long-term working relationship with NIH," said Kathleen Adams, SRA Vice President of Health Systems.
As a first step in this process, NIH should immediately consult with a variety of advisors--including members of the HIV/AIDS community, researchers, clinicians, statisticians, and members of the pharmaceutical industry--to begin development of a long-term clinical research plan.
Behavioral and social sciences research is an important area of investigation at NIH and cuts across a wide range of research topics.
After the March 11 hearing, Sandoz Pharmaceuticals learned that NIH attorneys were preparing a letter to Scripps setting forth a definitive list of concerns.
Quality Associates has been providing these services to NIH since 2001.
This funding opportunity will use the NIH Developmental/Exploratory (R21) award mechanism.