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NIH Ends All Research On Chimps, Sending Last 300 To Sanctuary
All remaining chimpanzees will be retired
Alphabet Hires Director Of National Institute Of Mental Health
Neuroscientist Tom Insel will likely help expand the company’s innovations to address mental illness
Are Vitamins And ‘Natural’ Supplements Good For You?
The NIH just pledged $35 million to find out—but it may not be enough
White-Dominated Medical Studies Put U.S. Minorities At Risk
One scientist explains how using more diverse test subjects could save lives.
NIH to Scientists: Check Your Deadly Vials Please
After a summer of biohazards, policymakers ask scientists to search their freezers
U.S. To Require Gender Equality For Medical Lab Rats
Early-stage medical studies tend to use more male animals than female ones. That's bad for the human women who ultimately take these drugs.
The Government Shutdown Has Halted Obama’s $100M BRAIN Initiative
"If this stoppage is protracted, the start of the BRAIN project in 2014 will definitely be at risk."
National Health Detective Squad Uses Genomic Tools to Diagnose its First Mysterious Disease
Medical detectives National Institutes of Health have just cracked their first case wide open, a result they hope to repeat … Continued
Federal Government To Develop Its Own Drugs In Effort to Spur Pharmaceutical Industry
Faced with a diminished drug-development pipeline in the private sector, the Obama administration is starting a federal drug development center, … Continued
NIH Issues New Stem Cell Research Guidelines
New rules allow for creation of new stem cell lines, and the use of older lines