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By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Contact: Kathryn Ruehle, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., (914) 740-2100, kruehle@liebertpub.com NIH Turns to Crowdsourcing to Repurpose Drugs: Initial Success Exceeds Expectations New Rochelle, NY–Experimental drugs proven safe but perhaps not sufficiently...

By Yankee Public Relations
Arnold spearheaded an effort with Rutgers Chemistry Professors Roger A. Jones, Ronald M. Levy and Joseph Marcotrigiano, that has gained a five-year grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences

By University of Houston
Pilot Study Involves 30 At-Risk Girls on Probation with Harris County

By SignaBlok, Inc.
SignaBlok, Inc., a Massachusetts-based biopharmaceutical startup, has been awarded a grant from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to develop novel and first-in-class agents in lung cancer.

By Faircount Media Group
Faircount Media Group, a leading international custom publisher, will produce a publication for the 125th anniversary of the National Institutes of Health, the world's leading supporter of biomedical research.

By Beacon
Beacon, a leader in performance-based solutions, announced that it is a member of the winning Hygeia Solutions Partners (Hygeia) team for the Chief Information Officer – Solutions Partners 3 (CIOSP3) contract.

By The Kineo Group
$40,000 seed grant from Associate Board will be used to explore causes of autism, attention deficit disorders, schizophrenia and other diseases

By The Kineo Group
BRF Seed Grants are a critical first step in groundbreaking discoveries into neurological disorders.

By University of Houston
University of Houston Center One of Only Four University Centers Awarded in the Nation

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
A majority of voters who responded to a Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News poll believe that the lowering of the salary cap for NIH principal investigators and officials may drive government researchers toward potentially more lucrative jobs

By JoAnna Goldberg
Now through April 30th, Storage Village is raising monetary donations for The Children's Inn at NIH through the sale of water bottles.

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
When: November 17-18, 2011 Where: Omni Parker House - Boston, MA

By Melissa Carroll
Five-year Study Involves 2,000 University of Houston Students and Three Universities

By Melanie Bernds
New hires bring significant expertise and grant funding to the region

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Christopher P. Austin, M.D., Scientific Director, NIH Center for Translational Therapeutics, will deliver the keynote presentation at CHI’s Predictive Functional Human Tissue Models conference scheduled on November 17-18, 2011, Boston, MA.

By Peptides International, Inc.
Peptides International in partnership with Baylor University secures highly sought-after NIH RO1 grant

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Two thought-leaders and experts on phase II clinical trials will be the keynote speakers at the CHI’s Accelerating Proof of Concept: Clinical Success Driven by Science & Strategy, set for October 3-5 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Philadelphia, PA.

By Central Park Communications
Steven Olson of the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry has received a $3.12 million federal grant for research on anticoagulant proteins that regulate blood clotting and prevent abnormal clotting.

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By UIC College of Dentistry
Elizabeth Razdolsky, a student in the DMD/PhD program at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry, recently earned a research Fellowship from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Contact: Kathryn Ruehle, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., (914) 740-2100, kruehle@liebertpub.com NIH Turns to Crowdsourcing to Repurpose Drugs: Initial Success Exceeds Expectations New Rochelle, NY–Experimental drugs proven safe but perhaps not sufficiently...

By HEART CARE FOUNDATION OF INDIA
This can end up with a crash or near miss events in newly licensed teen drivers, said Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee Dr K K Aggarwal

By MD Stem Cells
MD Stem Cells sees no immediate effect on the SCOTS eye stem cell trial but is monitoring NIH throughout the government shutdown.

By Prescience International
Event to Feature Company Presentations, Investor Panel, Poster Session and Networking

By SCD Consulting Services for ChiroCarolina
Palmer College of Chiropractic received a grant from NIH for their “Expanding Evidence-based Clinical Practice (EBCP) and Research Across Palmer College of Chiropractic” project.

By Yankee Public Relations
Arnold spearheaded an effort with Rutgers Chemistry Professors Roger A. Jones, Ronald M. Levy and Joseph Marcotrigiano, that has gained a five-year grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences

By Mike Collins Public Relations
Says CDC “actively covered up evidence” of environmental causes for epidemic

By University of Houston
Pilot Study Involves 30 At-Risk Girls on Probation with Harris County

By SignaBlok, Inc.
SignaBlok, Inc., a Massachusetts-based biopharmaceutical startup, has been awarded a grant from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to develop novel and first-in-class agents in lung cancer.

By Crosetto Foundation to End Premature Cancer Deaths
From August 27 to 30, 2012, The Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) will hold its World Cancer Congress in Montreal, Canada.

By Faircount Media Group
Faircount Media Group, a leading international custom publisher, will produce a publication for the 125th anniversary of the National Institutes of Health, the world's leading supporter of biomedical research.

By Beacon
Beacon, a leader in performance-based solutions, announced that it is a member of the winning Hygeia Solutions Partners (Hygeia) team for the Chief Information Officer – Solutions Partners 3 (CIOSP3) contract.

By The Kineo Group
$40,000 seed grant from Associate Board will be used to explore causes of autism, attention deficit disorders, schizophrenia and other diseases

By The Kineo Group
BRF Seed Grants are a critical first step in groundbreaking discoveries into neurological disorders.

By University of Houston
University of Houston Center One of Only Four University Centers Awarded in the Nation

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
This session is the latest addition to CHI’s Tissue-Based Diagnostics Conference, June 4-5, 2012, Philadelphia, PA. Hear a keynote presentation by Guillermo Tearney, M.D., Ph.D., Prof. of Pathology, Harvard Medical School & Mass General Hospital.

By Melanie Bernds
"Article of Significant Interest, sighting the extreme norovirus flexibility suggested by these results may allow for broad antibody recognition, a finding of potential vaccine significance.”

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
A majority of voters who responded to a Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News poll believe that the lowering of the salary cap for NIH principal investigators and officials may drive government researchers toward potentially more lucrative jobs

By JoAnna Goldberg
Now through April 30th, Storage Village is raising monetary donations for The Children's Inn at NIH through the sale of water bottles.

By BioConferences International, Inc.
Vivian W. Pinn, MD will be awarded the inaugural Bernadine Healy Award, to be presented at the 20th Annual Congress on Women’s Health, March 16-18, 2012 in Washington, DC.

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
When: November 17-18, 2011 Where: Omni Parker House - Boston, MA

By Melissa Carroll
Five-year Study Involves 2,000 University of Houston Students and Three Universities

By Melanie Bernds
New hires bring significant expertise and grant funding to the region

By University of IL College of Dentistry
University of IL at Chicago College of Dentistry Assistant Professor of Endodontics Dr. Satish Alapati received a grant from the National Institute of Health that will fund Dr. Alapati’s research on stem cell-based therapeutics in Endodontics.

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Christopher P. Austin, M.D., Scientific Director, NIH Center for Translational Therapeutics, will deliver the keynote presentation at CHI’s Predictive Functional Human Tissue Models conference scheduled on November 17-18, 2011, Boston, MA.

By Peptides International, Inc.
Peptides International in partnership with Baylor University secures highly sought-after NIH RO1 grant

By Alain Lafeuillade
Financing is one of the main obstacles toward cracking the final piece of the HIV cure puzzle-HIV reservoirs-and the backing of the NIH helps out in that regard.

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Two thought-leaders and experts on phase II clinical trials will be the keynote speakers at the CHI’s Accelerating Proof of Concept: Clinical Success Driven by Science & Strategy, set for October 3-5 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Philadelphia, PA.

By Alain Lafeuillade
Last December, Doctors from Germany published the first documented case of a HIV infection cure.

By Central Park Communications
Steven Olson of the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry has received a $3.12 million federal grant for research on anticoagulant proteins that regulate blood clotting and prevent abnormal clotting.

By The International Aging Research Portfolio
The IARP development team announces the launch of the beta version of FundingTrends.Org – a simple and effective online tool for comparing funding trends in biomedical research based on keywords and phrases used in successful grant applications.

By Aciont Inc
Dr. Kongnara Papangkorn’s presentation is entitled,“Safety Aspects and Drug Delivery Performance of Visulex® Passive Delivery System”

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Today, Inovio Pharmaceuticals reports long-term immune responses from therapeutic cervical dysplasia and cancer DNA vaccine. Mark Bagarazzi, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, will speak at CHI's Clinical Development of Vaccines conference.

By Immunetics
Immunetics was awarded a $2.4 million, 3-year Phase II SBIR grant by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support clinical trials of the company's new confirmatory test for Chagas’ disease, a serious & potentially fatal parasitic infection.

By Larta Institute
Seven past participants in Larta Institute's Commercialization Assistance Program (CAP) were recognized as Tibbetts awardees in the month of February.

By FertilityAuthority
If you are struggling with infertility, you need to be aware of how federal budget cuts to health programs can affect infertility research — and you.

By MedTech
Under the Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Project Program, Upstate New York Bio/Med companies received a total of $10,247,885.11 in federal grants and tax credits toward qualified investments made in 2009 and 2010.

By Keystone Nano, Inc.
The National Institutes of Health and the IRS have granted Keystone Nano a Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Project Award that provides funding to further develop the company’s nanoparticles technology for the enhanced treatment of cancer.

By UIC College of Dentistry
Dr. Julienne Rutherford, Assistant Professor in Oral Biology, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry, was awarded a prestigious National Institutes of Health (NIH) fellowship.

By Jeff Davidson
KN Announces National Cancer Institute Grant Award to develop Nanoparticles for Improved Diagnosis and Treatment of Cancer

By Melanie Bernds
U.S. Commerce, NIH, and NSF partner to recognize Innovative projects to boost Economic Development

By Aciont Inc
Aciont is awarded a phase I SBIR $214K grant for the project titled “Novel Method for the Ocular Iontophoretic Delivery of Avastin® and Lucentis®”

By Trana Discovery, Inc.
Trana Discovery and Southern Research Institute today announced that several bioactive hits from a set of 15,000 diverse small molecule compounds screened under contract with the NIAID exhibit antiviral activity against HIV-1 infected cells.

By Ira L Shapira DDS, DABDSM, DAAPM, FICCMO
Dr Ira L Shapira, a Gurnee Dentist has become the new Secretary of the American Section of the International College of CranioMandibular Orthopedics. ICCMO members help patients with chronic and migraine headaches and TMJ disorders.

By Contextware, Inc.
Company to Support NIH Business Process and Knowledge Management Requirements

By Ashley Carter w/ Arizona Science Center
ASC received $1.2 million grant from National Institutes of Health to explore new directions in bioscience. Five-year project will explore new ways to educate families, students and teachers about advances and research in the field of bioscience.

By Industrial Myth and Magic
Akaza Research announces that OpenClinica™ documentation as well as installation and development notes now available via an online wiki. OpenClinica is the an open source clinical trial data collection and management platform.



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