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NIH Common Fund Video Competition

Welcome to the NIH Common Fund Video Competition page. From this page you can find and view all the videos our grantees submitted to share their work in creative ways! The competition is part of the 10-Year Commemoration of the NIH Roadmap and NIH Common Fund. To learn more about the competition in general, visit: http://commonfund.nih.gov/Contests/index.

Disclaimer: Videos are for educational purposes only. Contest participants and winners receive no monetary compensation/award for their participation. Inclusion of a video in the competition does not constitute endorsement by the NIH. The views expressed in the videos are not necessarily those of the NIH.

 

Featured Video

Emerging Disease or Emerging Diagnosis?Emerging Disease or Emerging Diagnosis?
Click on the image to watch our current "Featured Video" from Pioneer Awardee, Dr. Pardis Sabeti at the Broad Institute in Boston. Recent research from the Sabeti lab revealed the dynamics of how the Ebola virus has been transmitted from human to human in West Africa, and traces how the genetic code of the virus is changing over time to adapt to human hosts.

Read a press release about the Sabeti Lab discovery.

 

NIH Common Fund Video Competition Winners!

 

Congratulations to the winners of the NIH Common Fund 10-Year Commemoration Video Contest! Winning videos were selected by popular vote. The Common Fund is proud of the hard work and creativity of all the contest entrants. Although voting for the contest is over, we encourage you to continue to view and “Like” the videos to show all the contestants your support.

 

All winning videos will be exhibited during the June 19th, Common Fund 10th Anniversary Research Symposium and the video creators will receive certificates signed by NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins.  

 

THE WINNERS (IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER) ARE:

 

"Transforming Cancer Knowledge, Attitudes & Behavior Through Narrative"
Dr. Sheila Murphy & Dr. Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati; University of Southern California
 

"Go with the CTSC and the NIH Common Fund: A Rap"
Dr. Julianne Imperato-McGinley; Weill Cornell Medical College
 

"In Search of Treasures from the Sea"
Dr. Hendrik Luesch; University of Florida
 

"Some Cells Know How to Keep Their Secrets"
Dr. Arthur Edison; University of Florida
 

"When Research is Personal: Conquering Genetic Disease in the Eric T. Wang Lab"
Dr. Eric Wang; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 

Transforming Cancer Knowledge, Attitudes & Behavior Through Narrative
Transforming Cancer Knowledge, Attitudes & Behavior Through Narrative
Go with the CTSC and the NIH Common Fund: A Rap
Go with the CTSC and the NIH Common Fund: A Rap
In Search of Treasures from the Sea
In Search of Treasures from the Sea
Some Cells Know How to Keep Their Secrets
Some Cells Know How to Keep Their Secrets
When Research is Personal: Conquering Genetic Disease in the Eric T. Wang Lab
When Research is Personal: Conquering Genetic Disease in the Eric T. Wang Lab

NIH Selected Winners

The NIH is extremely proud of the hard work and creativity of its grantees. To highlight some of that creativity, the following videos were chosen by NIH Director, Dr. Francis Collins, as “NIH Selected” videos. The winning NIH Selected Video will join the winners selected by popular vote in being exhibited during the June 19th, Common Fund 10th Anniversary Research Symposium. The creators of the NIH Selected Winner and Runners-up will receive certificates signed by Dr. Collins.

NIH SELECTED WINNER:

 

"Role of the Innate Immune System in Aging and Development of Alzheimer's Disease"
Dr. Howard Weiner; Harvard University
 

NIH SELECTED RUNNERS-UP:
 

"Breaking (Bad) Barriers"
Dr. Richard Larson; University of New Mexico
 

"Clot Blocking"
Dr. Barry Coller & Dr. Daniel Gareau; Rockefeller University
 

Role of the Innate Immune System in Aging and Development of Alzheimer's Disease
Role of the Innate Immune System in Aging and Development of Alzheimer's Disease
BREAKING (Bad) Barriers
BREAKING (Bad) Barriers
Clot Blocking
Clot Blocking

 

Open Channels: How Communicating Bacteria Can Fight Disease

1. Open Channels: How Communicating Bacteria Can Fight Disease

The Oncofertility Consortium

2. The Oncofertility Consortium

Kids Say the Darndest Things: Now They're Talking About Colon Cancer

3. Kids Say the Darndest Things: Now They're Talking About Colon Cancer

Making Sense from Mountains of Microbes

4. Making Sense from Mountains of Microbes

A Better Way to Manage Chronic Pain

5. A Better Way to Manage Chronic Pain

A Front-Row Seat to the Choreography of Development

6. A Front-Row Seat to the Choreography of Development

Transforming Cancer Knowledge, Attitudes & Behavior Through Narrative

7. Transforming Cancer Knowledge, Attitudes & Behavior Through Narrative

MRI Reporter Gene

8. MRI Reporter Gene

BioAssay Research Database

9. BARD: BioAssay Research Database

Using Media to Investigate Mechanisms of Behavior Change

10. Using Media to Investigate Mechanisms of Behavior Change

Translational Science Casting Call

11. Translational Science Casting Call

Body in a Chip

12. Body in a Chip

Live Cell Gene Expression: One Molecule at a Time

13. Live Cell Gene Expression: One Molecule at a Time

Cost Effectiveness of Prevention

14. Cost Effectiveness of Prevention

Killing Cancer One Cell at a Time

15. Killing Cancer One Cell at a Time

Toward Improved Therapy for Classic Galactosemia

16. Toward Improved Therapy for Classic Galactosemia

Sounding the SIREN for Stroke Solutions

17. Sounding the SIREN for Stroke Solutions

Dissecting the Neural Control of Social Attachment

18. Dissecting the Neural Control of Social Attachment

Try It Another Way

19. Try It Another Way

My Genes are Sweet on You

20. My Genes are Sweet on You

Clot Blocking

21. Clot Blocking

Fight Against Cancer

22. Fight Against Cancer

The Folding of a Protein in E. Coli

23. The Folding of a Protein in E. coli

Accommodative Contact Lens for Presbyopia Correction

24. Accommodative Contact Lens for Presbyopia Correction

Can Water Cure Disease?-

25. Can Water Cure Disease?

Optical Trapping Virometry

26. Optical Trapping Virometry

The CTSC and the NIH Common Fund

27. Go with the CTSC and the NIH Common Fund: A Rap

28. Mice "Tales"...the Knockout Mouse Production and Phenotyping Project

Enabling the Warrior Within for Host Defense

29. Enabling the Warrior Within for Host Defense

Epigenetics of Lupus

30. Epigenetics of Lupus

Save the Microbes

31. Save the Microbes

Wreaking Havoc on Disease

32. Wreaking Havoc on Disease

BREAKING (Bad) Barriers

33. BREAKING (Bad) Barriers

OpenSim: Improving Treatments for Movement Disorders through Computer Simulations

34. OpenSim: Improving Treatments for Movement Disorders through Computer Simulations

Folding @ home, powered by Omnia

35. Folding @ home, powered by Omnia

Shape up America!

36. Shape up America!

Biomotor and RNA Nanotechnology for Medical Applications

37. Biomotor and RNA Nanotechnology for Medical Applications

Combining Public Health Intervention and Research in Nigerian Women

38. Combining Public Health Intervention and Research in Nigerian Women

BEAM IN THE SHRINK

39. BEAM IN THE SHRINK

In Search of Treasures from the Sea

40. In Search of Treasures from the Sea

BUILDing Success Brick by Brick

41. BUILDing Success Brick by Brick

Some Cells Know How to Keep Their Secrets

42. Some Cells Know How to Keep Their Secrets

Now Matters Now

43. Now Matters Now

When Research is Personal: Conquering Genetic Disease in the Eric T. Wang Lab

44. When Research is Personal: Conquering Genetic Disease in the Eric T. Wang Lab

Virtual EP Lab: There IS a Better Way

45. Virtual EP Lab: There IS a Better Way

Integrated Biorepository of H3Africa Uganda/Collaborative African Genomics Network

46. Integrated Biorepository of H3Africa Uganda/Collaborative African Genomics Network

The New Century of the Brain

47. The New Century of the Brain

Emerging Disease or Emerging Diagnosis?

48. Emerging Disease or Emerging Diagnosis?

SMIP004 Small Molecule Inhibitor of p27 Degradation in Prostate Cancer

49. SMIP004 Small Molecule Inhibitor of p27 Degradation in Prostate Cancer

SUMO

50. SUMO

Bass Lab Investigates Self dsRNA as a Mediator of Disease

51. Bass Lab Investigates Self dsRNA as a Mediator of Disease

Law & Order: Special Claims Unit ñ The Case of Probiotic Cure All

52. Law & Order: Special Claims Unit - The Case of Probiotic Cure All

Metabolomics of Bacterial Biofilms

53. Metabolomics of Bacterial Biofilms

Partnership for Innovative Medical Eduction - Kenya SKILLS LAB

54. Partnership for Innovative Medical Eduction - Kenya SKILLS LAB

Sisters in Science

55. Sisters in Science

Role of the Innate Immune System in Aging and Development of Alzheimer's Disease

56. Role of the Innate Immune System in Aging and Development of Alzheimer's Disease

CTSC: Building a New Model for Tomorrow's Medicine

57. CTSC: Building a New Model for Tomorrow's Medicine

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