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  • theoretically, the annual change in the [biomedical r&d price index] indicates how much nih expenditures would need to increase, without regard to efficiency gains or changes in government priorities, to compensate for the average increase in prices due to inflation and to maintain nih-funded research activity at the previous year’s level.15 bls.gov

  • national institutes of healthexternal icon the national institutes of health (nih) mission is to employ science in the pursuit of knowledge to improve human health. the national heart lung and blood institute (nhlbi) is the section of nih that provides information for professionals and the general public about blood disorders such as deep vein thrombosis. cdc.gov

  • in addition, nih and congress implemented new restrictions on federally-funded life science research laboratories to try to reduce the potential that bioterrorists would gain access to dual-use technologies. the public health security and bioterrorism preparedness and response act required tighter laboratory security, government registration, and background checks for scientists and others handling any of more than three dozen potential bioterror agents identified on the center for disease control's (cdc) "select agent list."17 in addition, agencies such as nih for the first time considered supporting classified research. following implementation of these regulations, scientists began to express concern that some biologists with government funding were being encouraged to rein in full publication of their own work.18 following similar developments in the united kingdom, some scientists became concerned that the defensive response was disproportionate to the actual threat.19 cia.gov

  • dr. janine austin clayton was appointed director for the office of research on women’s health (orwh) and associate director for nih research on women’s health in 2012. she serves as co-chair of the nih working group on women in biomedical careers with nih director dr. francis collins. dr. clayton was named orwh deputy director in 2008. everydayhealth.com

  • the first embryonic stem cells to be isolated were extracted by british researchers from mouse blastocysts; the first human stem cells isolated and cultured were extracted by american scientists in 1998. in 1994 a national institutes of health (nih) panel argued that creating human embryos for use in certain experiments might be justified, but congress subsequently enacted (1995) a ban on federal financing for research involving human embryos in reaction to that report. the dept. of health and human services ruled in 1999, however, that that ban did not apply to financing work with stem cells, and guidelines for financing such research were issued by nih the next year. factmonster.com

  • alan carter is a licensed clinical pharmacist nationally recognized for conducting novel pharmaceutical research. he has served as principal investigator/project manager for nih drug development initiatives, implemented clinical pharmacy programs, and directed business strategy for a regional pharmacy chain with annual revenues in the tens of millions. he has authored 17 peer-reviewed publications as adjunct faculty at the university of missouri-kansas city in areas of drug and device evaluation, and applied pharmacology research in clinical, hospital, and managed care pharmacy. healthline.com

  • nih will continue to engage in a wide variety of evaluation activities. priority setting for future nih evaluation activities includes input from a number of sources including the hhs strategic plan, the nih government performance and results act performance plan, and the nih strategic plan--all in the developmental phase; the nih director's areas of emphasis; the administration's high-priority areas; recommendations of the nih ic directors; and the recommendations of the epoc. as a result, nih will give priority funding to the following evaluation areas of study. hhs.gov

  • the first embryonic stem cells to be isolated were extracted by british researchers from mouse blastocysts; the first human stem cells isolated and cultured were extracted by american scientists in 1998. in 1994 a national institutes of health (nih) panel argued that creating human embryos for use in certain experiments might be justified, but congress subsequently enacted (1995) a ban on federal financing for research involving human embryos in reaction to that report. the dept. of health and human services ruled in 1999, however, that that ban did not apply to financing work with stem cells, and guidelines for financing such research were issued by nih the next year. infoplease.com

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  • in addition to his clinical activities, dr. oh runs the echocardiography core laboratory for clinical trials and has been involved in more than 30 trials including stich (with an nih uo1 grant), heart failure network trials (nih), transcatheter aortic and mitral valve replacement trials (industry sponsored), and pulmonary av malformation in liver disease trials (nih). dr. oh belongs to the executive and scientific committees of those trials. he continues to perform clinical investigations related to pericardial diseases, valvular heart diseases, diastolic function and echocardiography with 450 peer-reviewed papers as of november 2017 and h-index of 87. mayoclinic.org

  • almost from the moment dr. fredrickson joined the institute of medicine, he was drawn once again into the administrative politics of nih. the directorship of nih had become vacant for the second time in as many years. fredrickson received phone calls from federal officials indicating dissension in the upper ranks of nih, and asking fredrickson to step into the void of leadership by becoming nih director. on april 19, 1975, fredrickson returned to bethesda as director of nih. in a conversation with philip handler, the president of the national academy of sciences, fredrickson justified his decision by stating that leading nih was "not a job; it's a cause." medicinenet.com

  • emmy and golden globe award-winning actor jim parsons has millions of fans worldwide. he stars in the hit tv show "the big bang theory" and memorable movies like "hidden figures." parsons recently produced and narrated "first in human," a discovery channel documentary series that followed four patients at the nih clinical center. he discussed his experiences visiting nih and learning directly from nih researchers and their patients with nih medlineplus magazine. medlineplus.gov

  • a brilliant businessman would give the nih more, not less. a nationalistic strongman would give the nih more, not less. a true-blue capitalist, wanting to build the economy and grow the jobs of the future, would give the nih more, not less. a believer in american exceptionalism would give the nih more, not less. medpagetoday.com

  • mechanical thrombectomy can be used to treat patients who have had a severe stroke and have an nih stroke score ≥ 6. however, recent trials have shown benefit in patients with nih stroke scores of ≥ 2 (3) or even any nih stroke score (4), and thus thrombectomy (or thrombolysis) is indicated. merckmanuals.com

  • the nih office of communications & public liaison news media branch (nmb) within the nih office of the director is nih’s central resource for reporters seeking information, interviews, and media assets about nih and its 27 institutes and centers. our office assists reporters in obtaining interviews with the nih director and nih od leadership, and information about the nih budget, grants, trans-nih initiatives, research programs within the nih office of the director, etc. nih.gov