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    Cell Challenge
    Looks at How Individual
    Cells Change Over Time

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    Follow that Cell Challenge Looks at How Individual Cells Change Over Time

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    Common Fund-supported
    Researchers Develop
    Powerful Tools to
    Edit Genomes

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    Common Fund-supported Researchers Develop Powerful Tools to Edit Genomes

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    NIH-funded KOMP2 program leads
    the way in efforts to ensure
    reproducibility and enhance transparency in research

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    Study Finds Potential New Drug Target for Lung Cancer

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    FINANCIAL INCENTIVES
    CAN INCREASE THE
    EFFECTIVENESS OF
    SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAMS

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    Financial Incentives can Increase the Effectiveness of Smoking Cessation Programs

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    New resource shows how differences in DNA affect
    gene activity and
    disease susceptibility

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    New resource shows how differences in DNA affect gene activity and disease susceptibility

    New Program Looks at Exercise at the Level of Molecules

    The NIH Common Fund is launching a new program that aims to extensively catalogue the biological molecules that are affected by physical activity in people, identify some of the key molecules that underlie the systemic effects of physical activity, and characterize the functions of these key molecules. The Molecular Transducers of Physical Activity in Humans program is the largest NIH effort to date that addresses why physical activity improves health and prevents disease. Read more in the press release.

    Stimulating Peripheral Activity to Relieve Conditions (SPARC) Program Manager position
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    Applications will be reviewed starting July 1, 2015.

    Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Program Funding Opportunity!

    The NIH is soliciting applications from researchers to use whole genome sequencing at a National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI)-supported sequencing center to investigate the genetics of structural birth defects, and the genetic contributions to childhood cancers, and the genomic contributions to treatment failure for childhood sarcomas. Applications are due July 27, 2015. Read the Funding Opportunity Announcement.

     

    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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