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    Extracellular RNA Communication
    Researcher Discovers
    “Treasure in Saliva”

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    Extracellular RNA Communication Researcher Discovers “Treasure in Saliva”

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    SINGLE ANIMAL TO
    HUMAN TRANSMISSION
    EVENT RESPONSIBLE FOR
    2014 EBOLA OUTBREAK

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    Double Meaning: Researchers Discover “Hidden Code” in Genes

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    MOLECULAR LIBRARIES
    DISCOVERY LEADS TO
    CLINICAL TRIAL

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    Molecular Libraries Discovery Lead to Clinical Trial

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    FEATURED VIDEO:
    EMERGING DISEASE OR
    EMERGING DIAGNOSIS?

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    FEATURED VIDEO: EMERGING DISEASE OR EMERGING DIAGNOSIS?

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    REST: The Difference
    between Destruction
    and Protection
    of the Brain

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    REST: The Difference between Destruction and Protection of the Brain

    NEW! NIH Releases a Request for Information on Challenges and Opportunities for Exploring and Understanding the Epitranscriptome!

    The purpose of this Request for Information (RFI) is to solicit feedback from the community on the scientific challenges, opportunities, and tool/technology needs in the area of RNA chemical modifications (sometimes referred to as epitranscriptomics), with the ultimate goal of accelerating our understanding of the roles of RNA modifications in human health, development and disease. Learn how you can contribute!

    NEW! Notice of Intent to Publish Funding Opportunity Announcements for Science of Behavior Change (SOBC)

    Notices for Funding Opportunity Announcements for the Common Fund's SOBC Program have just been released. There are four Notices, three for the UH2/UH3 mechanism and one U01 to fund a Resource and Coordinating Center. All Notices can be found on the SOBC homepage.

    NEW! Funding Opportunity for the Early Independence Award (EIA) Initiative: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-RM-14-004.html.

    Letters of Intent are due on December 30, 2014. The application due date is January 30, 2015.  Learn more about the EIA program here!

    NEW! 4D Nucleome Program Issues Six Funding Opportunity Announcements!

    The Common Fund 4D Nucleome program aims to understand the principles underlying nuclear organization in space and time, the role nuclear organization plays in gene expression and cellular function, and how changes in nuclear organization affect normal development as well as various diseases. To read about the new 4D Nucleome Funding Opportunity Announcements, visit the 4D Nucleome website here.

     

    The NIH Common Fund is managed by the Office of Strategic Coordination, part of the Division of Program Coordination, Planning and Strategic Initiatives (DPCPSI).

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