Keyword: National Institutes of Health (NIH)
BioCardia birngs on Mark Schwartz to be its vice president of clinical affairs as it moves forward with a phase 3 trial of its cell therapy.
There’s no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to academic partnerships, but successful ones have one thing in common: communication.
UNC scientists are making progress using a personalized form of immunotherapy to eradicate HIV reservoirs.
Swedish scientists have characterized a heterogeneous group of neurons in the inner ear, which could inspire new treatments for hearing loss.
The Senate approved a spending package that includes a $2 billion boost that increases NIH funding to $39.1 billion for fiscal year 2019.
Ignoring President Donald Trump’s proposed budget, the Senate is debating a $2 billion boost in funding for the NIH.
Norovirus and rotavirus get transmitted to humans through "virus clusters" that exacerbate the spread of the illnesses.
A mouse study shed light on the mechanism that causes an inherited form of deafness, as well as a potential treatment.
The discovery of inherited genetic variants that raise the risk of prostate cancer could improve screening, treatment and prevention of the disease.
A Tufts team has published research that explains how A. baumannii builds a protective coating, allowing it to evade destruction from antibiotics.