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Posts Tagged: NIH
Meet the SAMMIE finalist who has dedicated his life to understanding the role environmental factors play in fertility and pregnancy.
Every year, millions of people are diagnosed with cancer. While current treatments cure about half of the people who develop cancer, many are not so fortunate: last year, 580,000 people died of cancer in America alone. In his over 40 years spent as Chief of the Surgery Branch at the National Cancer Institute, Dr. Steve… Read more »
Every year, over 300,000 children across the globe are diagnosed with sickle cell disease. From sub-Saharan Africa to the Mediterranean, to the Middle East, to India, this genetically inherited disorder afflicts millions of people. Sickle cell disease deprives red blood cells of the essential hemoglobin protein, causing cells to change into a sickle shape after… Read more »
For more than six decades, the National Institute of Allergyand Infectious Diseases (NIAID) has been at the forefront of research in infectious and immune mediated diseases, microbiology, immunology, and related disciplines. It conducts and supports basic and applied research to better understand, diagnose, prevent, and treat infectious diseases including HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria, as well… Read more »
Both technology manufacturers and resellers will compete under a potential 10-year, $20 billion government-wide information technology contract vehicle run by a National Institutes of Health office, the Washington Post reported Sunday. Marjorie Censer writes that NIH’s Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center intends to award 50 contracts under the Chief Information Officer-Commodities and Solutions program… Read more »
As per current federal statutes, the inability of Congress to agree on ways to reduce the United States deficit will result in $1.2 trillion in across-the-board cuts in federal spending, referred to as sequestration, effective March 1, 2013. According to the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), this could translate into as much… Read more »
If you don’t know The Children’s Inn at NIH, you should. Nestled in the NIH campus next to the world renowned research hospital, The Inn is a “place like home” to more than 10,000 children who bravely have traveled from all 50 states and 84 countries to find a cure. Children are admitted to the… Read more »
Merit Promotion http://https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/329777300?share=email Open to All Sources http://https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/329775300?share=email Job Description (CLOSES 11/9)The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) National Institutes of Health (NIH), is pleased to announce an exciting employment opportunity for an exceptional candidate to serve as a Data Scientist in the Office of the Deputy Director (ODD). The NIEHS aims to establish… Read more »
Bone marrow — most of us don’t fully understand what it is, let alone why it fails. But Dr. Neal Young does. He is the world’s leading expert in the field of bone marrow failure. His groundbreaking research at the National Institute for Health has led to life-saving treatments for a rare and deadly blood… Read more »