NIH News Release
13 Nov 2016

NIH News Release

  • Research on new, rapid screening test identifies potential therapies against drug-resistant bacteria
    2016-11-09 16:45:00
    Screening method provides a potential new approach to repurpose known drugs and compounds.

  • Testing of investigational inactivated Zika vaccine in humans begins
    2016-11-07 14:45:00
    First of five planned clinical trials to test ZPIV vaccine.

  • Seven substances added to 14th Report on Carcinogens
    2016-11-03 12:00:00
    Five viruses, a chemical, and a metallic element listed in new HHS report.

  • This National Diabetes Month, connect with your community for better health
    2016-11-01 12:15:00
    NIH statement from Dr. Griffin P. Rodgers, Director, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.

  • New method for performing aortic valve replacement proves successful in high-risk patients
    2016-10-31 18:00:00
    Findings may increase less invasive treatment options for patients with lethal heart condition.

  • Dr. Michael E. Charness to deliver 21st Annual Mark Keller Honorary Lecture at the National Institutes of Health
    2016-10-28 17:30:00
    Dr. Charness’ work has greatly advanced our understanding of how alcohol affects the development of the nervous system.

  • Scientists propose neuroscience framework for diagnosing addictions
    2016-10-27 16:15:00
    Tool could lead to more effective individualized treatments for addictions.

  • NIH researchers unveil new wound-healing role for protein-folding gene in mice
    2016-10-27 14:00:00
    Gene found to be critical in tissue regeneration and would healing.

  • Long-term oxygen treatment does not benefit some COPD patients
    2016-10-27 12:30:00
    Study addresses long-standing question for those with moderately low blood oxygen levels.

  • Ebola-affected countries receive NIH support to strengthen research capacity
    2016-10-26 13:45:00
    Training programs for scientists and researchers to focus on known and emerging viral diseases.