from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. National Institutes of Health
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- National Institutes of Health
- not invented here
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- n. an agency in the Department of Health and Human Services whose mission is to employ science in the pursuit of knowledge to improve human health; is the principal biomedical research agency of the federal government
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Who owns and operates the NIH Website? www. nih.gov is maintained by the Office of Communications and Public Liaison (OCPL), which is part of the Office of the Director, NIH.
Arizona scientists say the batch of stimulus dollars through the NIH is a welcome change from years of stagnant federal funding for scientific research.
In the midst of a molecular hybridization reaction, I was arrested by two FBI agents (the NIH is a federal reservation) for 100 summonses for parking violations.
The comment period for the new US stem cell research guidelines from the NIH is open through May 26.
The NIH is betting at least$14 million, the cost of the first three years of the expanded trial, that progesterone will pan out, he says.
It's silly, because research funded by the NIH is funded on merit, and there's no one pot for all stem cell research that gets divided up differently.
Pay attention to what the BHO Admin is doing now - shifting firearms & health research to the NIH from the CDC because laws were passed that stripped funding for firearms research from the CDC.
Very little of the money has gotten out because the NIH is not equipped to deal with this huge amount of money in such a short time.
NIH is too far upstream to place constraints on pharmacos.
The decade of the BONe study for NIH is almost over.