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    Understanding
    Chromosome Structure
    and Cancer
     

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    Understanding Chromosome Structure and Cancer

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    NONINVASIVE
    THERAPEUTIC AGENTS
    FOR BRAIN CANCERS SHOW
    PROMISE IN MOUSE STUDIES

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    Noninvasive Therapeutic Agents for Brain Cancers Show Promise in Mouse Studies

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    DEVELOPING AN
    AUTO-FOCUSING
    CONTACT LENS
    MODELED AFTER FISH

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    Developing an Auto-Focusing Contact Lens Modeled after Fish

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    Government
    Committee Assesses
    Microbiome Research
    in the US

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    Government Committee Assesses Microbiome Research in the US

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    3D MAPPING
    STRATEGY REVEALS
    FRAMEWORK FOR
    GENE EXPRESSION

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    3D Mapping Strategy Reveals Framework for Gene Expression

    New Funding Opportunities for the High-Risk, High-Reward Research program!

    New Requests for Proposals for the Protein Capture Reagents Program
    Due to the well-known difficulties with the reliability of commercially-available antibodies, proposals are being solicited for an independent, third party assessment of the reagents produced by the program, to provide additional confidence for community adoption of these reagents. Proposal are due by May 17th, 2016.

    New Funding Opportunity in the Gabriella Miller Kids First Program
    The Gabriella Miller Kids First Pediatric Research is soliciting applications to identify samples for whole genome sequencing that will help to elucidate the genetic contribution to childhood cancers and the genetic etiology of structural birth defects. The clinical and genetic sequence data will become part of the forthcoming Kids First data resource. FAQs are available and applications are due June 17, 2016.

    Multiple Funding Opportunities for the Stimulating Peripheral Activity to Relieve Conditions Program (SPARC)!
    The SPARC program is soliciting applications to elucidate the neurobiology and neuroanatomy of organ function and control by the peripheral nervous system: comprehensive functional mapping, new and/or enhanced tools and technologies, and preclinical testing of neuromodulation devices for new indications. See the SPARC website for more information.

     

    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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