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Welcome to the NIH Common Fund

Bold science, catalyzing discoveries

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Our Mission

The NIH Common Fund is a funding entity within NIH that supports bold scientific programs that catalyze discovery across all biomedical and behavioral research. These programs create a space where investigators and multiple NIH Institutes and Centers collaborate on innovative research expected to address high priority challenges for the NIH as a whole and make a broader impact in the scientific community.

Science Highlights

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A2CPS Team Examines Approaches to Measuring Pain in New Study

Acute to Chronic Pain Signatures (A2CPS)

Fluorescent green image of gene edited hair cells in mice inner ear.

Gene Editing Reverses Hearing Loss in Mice

Somatic Cell Genome Editing

Errol Patterson accepting the Golden Neuron Award at the Annual PURPOSE Meeting

A2CPS Consortium Honored with Golden Neuron Award

Acute to Chronic Pain Signatures (A2CPS)

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Researchers Find New Method to Model Kidney Diseases

NIH Director's New Innovator Award

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The NIH Announces Winners of the Complement-ARIE Challenge Competition

Complement Animal Research In Experimentation (Complement-ARIE) Program

This page last reviewed on July 9, 2024