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Science Advances
Funding Matters

Consortium for Clinical and Translational Research Grows

Fourteen academic health centers in 11 states are the newest members of NIH's Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) consortium…

New Feature on

The consortium launched a new feature on called Building Connections

New Tool Helps Researchers Find Core Resources

The University of California, San Francisco's Clinical and Translational Science Institute has launched a "Cores Search" feature on its Web site…

HEI Grants Enable Cutting-Edge Research

Scientists working toward personalized medicine envision a day when patients' entire genomes are part of their medical records…

Science Advances
News from NCRR

New Opportunity to Better Understand Huntington's Disease

New primate model may help scientists to develop more effective therapies for Huntington's disease and create similar primate models for other genetic disorders.…

Mass Producing Antibodies

Supported by an IDeA grant, researchers find a way to rapidly generate human monoclonal antibodies to potentially treat the flu and other infectious diseases. …

Four New Members to Serve on NCRR Advisory Council

The 18 members of the National Advisory Research Resources Council advise NCRR on polices and programs and perform second-level peer review of grant applications…


NCRR Launches National Gene Vector Biorepository

NCRR has replaced its gene vector laboratories program with a national gene vector biorepository and coordinating center…