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The University of California, San Francisco is on the leading edge of breakthrough research in many aspects of health care and medicine, with a variety of life science departments and active laboratories.Read More
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The University of Georgia, Athens (UGA) has once again garnered in excess of $44 million in grants from the National Institutes of Health for important contributions to health science.Read More
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Pulmonary alveolar microlithiasis (PAM) is a rare lung disease that has only been recorded about 700 times in medical literature. In order for someone to get PAM, both parents must have the genetic mutation that causes it. Although rare, this disease can result in a much shorter life expectancy or death. With the help of a new grant worth $1.6 million over the next four years from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of the NIH, researchers at the University of Cincinnati will further study this rare disease. (Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)Read More
Have you considered UC Davis as a potential market for your lab products? As a top-level medical research facility, University of California, Davis is among the most well funded and active life science research institutions in the nation, with over $700 million in annual research funding for the past three years running.Read More
University of Pennsylvania scientists receive the 2nd highest NIH funding in the nation, and are constantly in need of new biotechnologies and lab supplies. Laboratory vendors looking for an excellent way to connect with industry professionals will be attending the 6th Annual BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at University of Pennsylvania, along with over 400 UPenn scientists and educators.
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Biotechnology vendors and lab suppliers interested in selling products in Philadelphia will find a lucrative market in Thomas Jefferson University, according to recent funding statistics from the National Institutes of Health.Read More
Each year the NIH's Heart, Lung and Blood Institute awards researchers around the country with grants to support research of new treatments and drug targets for different health disorders. These grants, known as CADET II grants (Centers for Advanced Diagnostics and Experimental Therapeutics in Lung Diseases Stage II) are awarded to support research that has moved past the initial stage of developing a new drug, but is not yet ready to begin clinical trial testing.Read More
Every year, over $30 billion in research funding is distributed by the National Institutes of Health to medical institutions, universities and learning centers around the globe.Read More
Running has been associated with cardiovascular health and overall physical fitness for decades. Most people know that running can help you lose weight, boost your mood and strengthen your joints, but there is now growing evidence that physical exercise and sensory processing are tightly linked in the brain. Researchers at the University of Oregon, Eugene studied the brainstem circuit in mice while they were running to discover that active movement increases visual perception in mice nearly twofold.