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Gene Therapy Enables Transplantation Without Immunosuppressive Drugs

...Medical School is also a coauthor. Primary grant funding for this work was provided by the National...research ranksfifth in the United States, based on grant support from the National Institutesof Health, the primary funder of biomedical research in the nati...

New Heart-Attack Indicator Dramatically Improves Diagnostic Accuracy Of ER Doctors: TnT/Echocardiogram Combination Could Reduce Needless Admissions

...research ranksthird in the United States, based on grant support from the National Institutesof Health, the primary funder of biomedical research in the nation. In federalfiscal year 1997, the medical center received $175 million. News releases fromthe medical center are available to reporters by direct E-...

Williams Biology Prof. Receives NSF Grant For Work On dUTPase

...ss.--The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant of$266,191 to Nancy Roseman, assistant professor of biology, for her work ondeoxyuridine triphosphatase (dUTPase), an enzyme involved in DNA metabolism. Roseman uses the vaccinia virus as a model to understand viral/host interactionsand to study t...

Carnegie Mellon Researchers Say Direct Instruction, Rather Than "Discovery Learning" Is Best Way To Teach Process Skills In Science

...t their outcomes. With a $725,000 grant from the James S. McDonnell Foundation andparticipation by several schools in the Pittsburgh region, Klahr and Chen aredeveloping, implementing and assessing a set of instructional materials forteaching elementary school children the concepts and sk...

$2 Million Dollar Grant Funds Salton Sea Web Site

...ton Sea Database Program is funded by a $2 million grant administeredthrough the Environmental Protection Agency. The University of Redlands is a liberal arts university with a growingreputation in the field of environmental management, particularly through theuse of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) s...

Genetics May Explain Much Age-Related Hearing Loss

...senhearing loss." McFadden has received a grant from the National Organization for HearingResearch to study the relationship between noise and aging in the production ofhearing loss in SOD-deficient mice. Other contributors to the study were Dalian Ding, UB research supportspecialist, a...

Hormone Control Of Rare Leukemia Sheds Light On Molecular Basis Of Cancer

... trainingranks third in the United States based on grant support from the NationalInstitutes of Health, the primary funder of biomedical research and training inthe nation--$175 million in federal fiscal year 1997. In addition, for the thirdconsecutive year, the institution posted the highest annual growth...

Molecular Mechanochemistry: An Emerging Discipline At The Nexus Of Biology And Physics

... trainingranks third in the United States based on grant support from the NationalInstitutes of Health, the primary funder of biomedical research and training inthe nation--$175 million in federal fiscal year 1997. In addition, for the thirdconsecutive year, the institution posted the highest annual growth...

Biotech Approach To Feral Cat Problem Devised

...f Veterinary Medicine has used a summer fellowship grant from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation (Morristown, NJ) to develop a genetically engineered bacterium to serve as an oral contraceptive that may one day help solve a major animal overpopulation problem. Experts estimate that anywhere from 30- to 60-...

Transplanted Neurons Restore Function In Rats After Stroke

...training ranks third in the United States based on grant support from theNational Institutes of Health, the primary funder of biomedical research andtraining in the nation -- $175 million in federal fiscal year 1997. In addition,for the third consecutive year, the institution posted the highest annual grow...

Dog Blindness Gene May Help Humans

...ing Blindness. Ostrander's work was supported by a grant from the Canine HealthFoundation of the American Kennel Club....

New Test Opens Window On Corrosive Free-Radical Activity In Individuals

...training ranks third in the United States based on grant support from theNational Institutes of Health, the primary funder of biomedical research andtraining in the nation -- $175 million in federal fiscal year 1997. In addition,for the third consecutive year, the institution posted the highest annual grow...

Motivating Muscles: New UD Study Might Help People With Paralysis 'Stay Strong Longer'

...d's research is supported by a five-year, $500,000 grant from theNational Institutes of Health. With six faculty members, the graduate UD physical therapy program currentlyserves 80 students pursuing master's degrees and eight doctoral candidates.Doctoral students are part of the Interdisciplinary Biomech...

Can The Economic Promise Of Drug Discovery Continue To Preserve The Suriname Forest?

... The five-year research project is supported by a grant from the NationalInstitutes of Health and the National Science Foundation. In addition toKingston, team members are Jim Miller of the Missouri Botanical Garden, RussellMittermeier of CI, Jan Wisse of Bedrijf Geneesmiddelen Voorziening Suriname,which ...

NIGMS Makes First Awards For

In an effort to encourage scientists to submit grant applications for highlyinnovative--but also highly risky--research studies, the National Institute ofGeneral Medical Sciences (NIGMS) issued a call last March for "high risk/highimpact" proposals. Now, NIGMS has awarded $2 million to support 20 gran...

Hard Hearts: New Discovery Of Bone In Heart Tissue May Explain Valve Disease

...research ranks thirdin the United States, based on grant support from the National Institutes ofHealth, the primary funder of biomedical research in the nation. In federalfiscal year 1997, the medical center received $175 million. News releases fromthe medical center are available to reporters by direct E-...

U-M Engineers Win Army Grant To Build Artificial Eye

...lege of Engineering has been awarded a$1.6 million grant from the U.S. Army to design an artificial eye on amicrochip---a first-of-its-kind optoelectronic device capable of sensing andprocessing light. The grant, which starts June 1, is part of a three-year Multi-UniversityResearch Initiative awarded to U-...

Fruits And Vegetables Protect Lungs

...miology . The study was supported in part by a grant to Cassano from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute....

High Blood Pressure Caused By Salt Retention May Be Related To Oncogenes Implicated In Cancer

...essfully. The research was supported by a grant from the National Institutes ofHealth....

New Study Shows Group Of Marine Bacteria Dominate Offshore Waters Of Southeast, May Play Key Role In Ecosystem Processes

... and Moran has justreceived a three-year, $273,000 grant from the National Science Foundation todiscover more....

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