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NIH Announces Lasker Clinial Research Scholars
Philanthropy News Digest

NIH recruits three Lasker Clinical Research Scholars

The NIH has selected three researchers as new Lasker Clinical Research Scholars as part of a joint initiative with the Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation to nurture the next generation of great clinical scientists. This highly competitive program ... Center Watch, 1 month ago
NIH Announces Lasker Clinial Research Scholars Philanthropy News Digest, 1 month ago
NIH Announces Lasker Clinical Research Scholars Philanthropy News Digest, 1 month ago

Latest report from the Lasker/IRRF Initiative for Innovation in Vision Science - Restoring vision to the blind

Scientists have long known that species such as amphibians and fish can regenerate retinal cells -- so why can't mammals? This and related questions are the premise for the third report from the Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation and the ...
 Medical News Today2 weeks ago Restoring vision to the blind  Science Daily2 weeks ago
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Congress Must Recognize Investment In Biomedical Research Now Will Pay Off In Future Outbreaks

Facebook Twitter Email Print Home Global Health Policy Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report January 30, 2015 Congress Must Recognize Investment In Biomedical Research Now Will Pay Off In FutureOutbreaks Jan 30, 2015 The Hill : ...
 Kaiser Network.org1 day ago Opinion Pieces Examine U.S., Global Ebola Efforts, Ability To Respond To Future Epidemics  Kaiser Network.org2 months ago

Will support for biomedical research be dead on arrival?

What are we to think when we read that NIH funding for medical research has lost nearly one quarter of its purchasing power in the last decade, as recently in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)? The Ebola crisis exposed this ...
 The Hill2 days ago
Chronicle of Higher Education

Provost's Goal: Student Success on a Larger Scale; More People News

Moving From an Esteemed HBCU to California State Irwing Johnson III Loren J. Blanchard Some people at Xavier University of Louisiana might have considered Loren J. Blanchard, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, ...
 Chronicle of Higher Education6 days ago

Will Cancer Society's Redo Be Its Undoing?

The American Cancer Society's ability to fund research may have been diminished as an unforeseen consequence of the ACS's commitment to reboot its governance structure, according to former NCI Director Vincent T. DeVita Jr ., MD, who played a ...
 MedPage Today6 days ago

Westminster's Clare Twomey joins Stephen Fry in commemorating Holocaust survivors

Ceramicist and Westminster research fellow Clare Twomey joins Stephen Fry and fellow British artists to share the powerful stories of Holocaust survivors to mark Holocaust Memorial Day. Clare Twomey of the Faculty of Media, Arts and Design is ...
 University of Westminster1 week ago

Visual Bliss

When the Museum of Modern Art held its grand retrospective of Henri Matisse in 1992, curated by John Elderfield, the exhibition climaxed with a high gallery of the artist's late cut-outs (or d├ęcoupages). After learning in earlier galleries of ...
 Commonweal2 weeks ago
BusinessWeek

Vernon Mountcastle, neuroscientist dubbed the Jacques Cousteau of the cortex, dies

By , Vernon B. Mountcastle, the first person to understand and describe how the cells in the higher regions of the brain are organized and who was once dubbed the Jacques Cousteau of the cortex, died Jan. 11 at his home in Baltimore. He was 96. ...
 Washington Post2 weeks ago Vernon Mountcastle, Jacques Cousteau of Cortex, Dies at 96  BusinessWeek2 weeks ago Obituary for Vernon Mountcastle  Noodls2 weeks ago

ONLINE FIRST: The Lasting Legacy of Hematology Pioneer Donald Metcalf

By Kurt Samson Donald Metcalf, MD, considered the father of modern hematology, died Dec. 15, at age 85, surrounded by his family, in Melbourne, Australia. Professor Emeritus at the University of Melbourne and the Cancer Council ...
 Oncology Times3 weeks ago Father of Modern Hematology Dies  The Scientist1 month ago
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