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Interactive Map Displays Strength of Industry's National Footprint

INTERACTIVE MAP DISPLAYS STRENGTH OF INDUSTRY'S NATIONAL FOOTPRINT

BIO's biennial economic development and jobs report focuses on the economic progress and national footprint of the bioscience industry....

Administration stops NIH scientists from obtaining fetal tissue, possibly threatening HIV research

ADMINISTRATION STOPS NIH SCIENTISTS FROM OBTAINING FETAL TISSUE, POSSIBLY THREATENING HIV RESEARCH

Science magazine reported that the move put the brakes on a preclinical HIV study and follows the cancellation of a contract between...

 
 
 
UC Davis BME Lewis Lab Seeks Solution to Shellfish Allergy

UC DAVIS BME LEWIS LAB SEEKS SOLUTION TO SHELLFISH ALLERGY

$150,000 NIH/NIAID Award Strengthens Hypoallergen-Research Efforts November 27, 2018 UC Davis Biomedical Engineering's Dr. Jamal Lewis...

Three US health agencies move to make herbal opioid alternative kratom a schedule 1 drug

THREE US HEALTH AGENCIES MOVE TO MAKE HERBAL OPIOID ALTERNATIVE KRATOM A SCHEDULE 1 DRUG

A letter obtained by Stat News details the findings of FDA and NIH studies finding kratom highly addictive and dangerous. The letter...

 
 
 
Major Study Positive on Chelation Therapy for Heart Disease

MAJOR STUDY POSITIVE ON CHELATION THERAPY FOR HEART DISEASE

Los Angeles, CA: Chelation therapy for heart and vascular disease is an exciting but controversial alternative therapy that has been...

SALK INSTITUTE'S JANELLE AYRES GETS $3.5 MILLION NIH GRANT

Another Ayres award Janelle Ayres, an infectious disease researcher at the Salk Institute, has been granted $3.5 million over five...

 
 
 
Genome Center Faculty Megan Dennis earns NIH Director's New Innovator Award

GENOME CENTER FACULTY MEGAN DENNIS EARNS NIH DIRECTOR'S NEW INNOVATOR AWARD

Megan Dennis Assistant Professor Megan Dennis has been awarded $1.5M as part of the National Institute of Health Director's New Innovator...

WCMC Guest Lecture: Ameer Taha, ‘Omega-6 linoleic acid regulates brain signaling and function through its oxidized metabolites.'

WCMC GUEST LECTURE: AMEER TAHA, ‘OMEGA-6 LINOLEIC ACID REGULATES BRAIN SIGNALING AND FUNCTION THROUGH ITS OXIDIZED METABOLITES.'

When: September 19th, 2018 Where: Genome Center auditorium, GBSF 1005 Who: Professor Ameer Taha, UC Davis Department of Food Science...

 
 
 
NIH names Dr. Helene Langevin director of the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health

NIH NAMES DR. HELENE LANGEVIN DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR COMPLEMENTARY AND INTEGRATIVE HEALTH

Helene M. Langevin, M.D., C.M., named director of the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health .

BIOENGINEERS RECEIVE $12M GRANT FROM NIH TO FURTHER RESEARCH ON BUILDING BLOCKS OF HUMAN METABOLISM

 
 
 

HEALTH OFFICIALS REMOVE SPECIAL NIH OVERSITE RULES GOVERNING GENE THERAPY EXPERIMENTS

Posted on: 20 August 2018, As gene therapies have become reality, the U.S. government is removing some special regulations that had...

A Novel Antibacterial Membrane Electrode Based on Bacterial Cellulose/Polaniline/AgNO3 Composite for Bio-Potential Signal Monitoring

A NOVEL ANTIBACTERIAL MEMBRANE ELECTRODE BASED ON BACTERIAL CELLULOSE/POLANILINE/AGNO3 COMPOSITE FOR BIO-POTENTIAL SIGNAL MONITORING

Nannan Zhang , Lina Yue , Yajie Xie , Oluwarotimi William Samuel , Olatunji Mumini Omisore , Weihua Pei , Xiao Xing , Chuang Lin ,...

 
 
 
Diversity of Unexpected CRISPR Edits Revealed by SMRT Sequencing

DIVERSITY OF UNEXPECTED CRISPR EDITS REVEALED BY SMRT SEQUENCING

Image by Ernesto del Aguila III, National Human Genome Research Institute, NIH A new Nature Biotechnology publication is sending reverberations...

NIH Outlines $500M Plan to Develop New Pain Drugs and Fight Opioid Crisis

NIH OUTLINES $500M PLAN TO DEVELOP NEW PAIN DRUGS AND FIGHT OPIOID CRISIS

In an article published yesterday, National Institutes of Health leaders detailed how the NIH will spend the $500 million it got from...

 
 
 
Woman's late-stage breast cancer cured by breakthrough immunotherapy treatment  

WOMAN'S LATE-STAGE BREAST CANCER CURED BY BREAKTHROUGH IMMUNOTHERAPY TREATMENT  

A woman has been cured of her breast cancer by a revolutionary treatment that used supercharged versions of her own immunity cells...

Studies Suggest That Probiotics May Help With Your Dog's Skin Itchiness & Allergies

STUDIES SUGGEST THAT PROBIOTICS MAY HELP WITH YOUR DOG'S SKIN ITCHINESS & ALLERGIES

Probiotics have exploded in popularity in recent years. In fact, a survey done by the NIH shows that they're now the 3rd most popular...

 
 
 
Advancing Critical Treatments for Stroke: Thomas Brott, M.D

ADVANCING CRITICAL TREATMENTS FOR STROKE: THOMAS BROTT, M.D

Advancing Critical Treatments for Stroke: Thomas Brott, M.D. Thomas Brott, M.D., a Mayo Clinic neurologist, still vividly remembers...

Can Probiotics Help My Dog's Allergies?

CAN PROBIOTICS HELP MY DOG'S ALLERGIES?

Probiotics have exploded in popularity in recent years. In fact, a survey done by the NIH shows that they're now the 3rd most popular...

 
 
 
Alzheimer's Disease: NIH Summit Recommendations

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE: NIH SUMMIT RECOMMENDATIONS

To treat and prevent Alzheimer's disease and related dementias by 2025 is the prime focus of the National Plan to Address Alzheimer's...

French Anderson, “Father” of Gene Therapy, Released From Prison

FRENCH ANDERSON, “FATHER” OF GENE THERAPY, RELEASED FROM PRISON

Tonight French Anderson was released from state prison in California, after serving nearly a dozen years for “inappropriate touching...