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The NIH intramural research program has shifted all non-mission-critical laboratory operations to a maintenance phase in order to promote physical distancing and diminished transmission risk of COVID-19. Effective Monday, March 23, 2020, only mission-critical functions within NIH research laboratories will be supported.
A coordinated research strategy for prioritizing and speeding development of the most promising treatments and vaccines.
An initiative to speed innovation in the development, commercialization, and implementation of technologies for COVID-19 testing.
Providing NIH with critical tools to further advance biomedical research, promote innovation and speed development of new therapies.
Cancer prevention and detection, while making more therapies available to more patients.
Learn about an audacious initiative aimed at revolutionizing our understanding of the human brain.
Learn about shared areas of interest and challenges to advance ME/CFS research.
Learn about disease treatment and prevention that takes into account individual variability in genes, environment, and lifestyle.
Learn about new research to understand environmental influences on child health.
A bold venture to help identify new treatments and cures for diseases.
Information about the efforts underway by NIH to enhance rigor and reproducibility in scientific research.
The NIH is dedicated to harnessing the potential of the computational and quantitative sciences to elevate the impact and efficiency of biomedical research.
Find out about the “Enhancing the Diversity of the NIH-funded Workforce” Program.
Trans-agency effort to speed scientific solutions to stem the national opioid crisis.
Agency-wide initiative on the critical health needs of individuals with Down syndrome.
Learn how NIH is maximizing the potential of women scientists and engineers.
Learn how NIH is accelerating discovery by supporting cross-cutting, trans-NIH programs.
Learn how NIH is enhancing collaboration in support of research on the nervous system.
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