Research: Computer modeling predicts targeted cancer drug delivery efficacy
Further research could provide cancer patients with more targeted ...
Intent to Reissue MIRA Funding Opportunity Announcement for Early Stage Investigators (R35)
The funding opportunity announcement (FOA) for the Maximizing Investigators’ Research Award ...
N3C launches Public Health Answers to Speed Tractable Results (PHASTR)
The National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) is a secure ...
Funding: Small Business Development of Educational Products for Biomedical Entrepreneurship in NE IDeA Region
The Institutional Development Award (IDeA)‘s Regional Entrepreneurship Development (I-RED) ...
Get Ready for the New NIH Data Management & Sharing Policy
Updated policy goes into effect Jan. 25, 2023. The ...
Research: Increasing trend of opioid withdrawal and leaving against medical advice among hospitalized patients
Trend could have negative impact on hospital’s critical role ...
Clinical Research Levels of Evidence
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- Research: Computer modeling predicts targeted cancer drug delivery efficacy
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