Science Magazine published an article about the NIH’s efforts to support young and midcareer researchers. The article highlights the remarks of NIH Principal Deputy Director Larry Tabak, DDS, PhD, that announced a plan to aim for the NIH to provide additional grants to younger and at-risk investigators.
By scanning the brains of healthy volunteers, researchers at the National Institutes of Health saw the first, long-sought evidence that our brains may drain some waste out through lymphatic vessels, the body’s sewer system. The results further suggest the vessels could act as a pipeline between the brain and the immune system.
NIH announces centers for myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome research. Read more about this announcement here.
From the American Brain Coalition
This week, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced a new approach to grant funding. This new approach will aim to optimize funds as well as more evenly distribute funding between early-career and mid-career investigators.
On April 22, 2017, thousands of scientists and science-advocates showed their support for the March for Science in cities all across the globe. On May 1, 2017, we can see the effects of the March as funding for US science agencies will remain level, or even see an increase, despite proposals from the current administration to cut funding.
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A two-year budget deal may have opened a path for Congress to deliver consistent annual budget increases for National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support biomedical research.