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  • Norephinephrine Dopamine Reuptake Inhibitor

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  • Members of the AIDS activist group, ACT-UP, initiated new programs and the movement generated support and was endorsed by researchers from NDRI in New York and the Urban Health Study in San Francisco.

    Harm Reduction in the United States: Whose History? (Part 2)

  • By the late 1980s the activist pool that transformed the landscape for drug users and HIV in the United States was largely constituted by members of the AIDS Brigade, ACT-UP, and drug researchers, primarily from NDRI in New York and Urban Health Study in California.

    Harm Reduction in the United States: Whose History? (Part 1)

  • The Natural Disasters Risk Index (NDRI), released last month by British advisory firm Maplecroft, is calculated by measuring the frequency of natural disasters in a given nation over the past 30 years, as well as their human impact in terms of number of deaths that were caused and the death toll as a proportion of the total population.

    12 Countries At 'Extreme Risk' Of Natural Disasters (PHOTOS): Natural Disasters Risk Index

  • (NDRI) report on a study of street-recruited heroin users in New York City, who were not injecting, to determine the incidence and predictors of making a transition to injecting.

    Out of the Soylent Planet

  • NDRI researchers report on transitions to injecting drug use among noninjecting heroin users

    Out of the Soylent Planet

  • "Though India is the world's largest milk producer, the per capita yield is 950 litres a year, which is abysmally lower than of Pakistan's 1,400 litres per annum," National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI) head Satish Kulkarni told reporters.

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  • Ducat went on to create a new paradigm for medical research when she founded NDRI, the National Disease Research Interchange, in 1980.

    Medindia Health News

  • More than 20,000 human biomaterials of all types come through the NDRI program each year and are matched to the protocols of some 500 researchers at 245 centers.

    Medindia Health News

  • "That is why the HBDI/NDRI collection is so unique; 6,700 families is a resource that cannot be duplicated anywhere in the world."

    Medindia Health News

  • The nonprofit NDRI (National Disease Research Interchange) was established in 1980 to provide scientists with the human tissue necessary to study human systems and human disease.

    Medindia Health News

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