martes, 9 de abril de 2013

News from NIAID-Supported Institutions

News from NIAID-Supported Institutions

News from NIAID-Supported Institutions

Here’s your periodic update on News from NIAID-Supported Institutions. The following links will take you to the institution’s press release:
VaxInnate Awarded U.S. Government Grant to Develop Dengue Vaccine
April 4, 2013—VaxInnate Corporation

Gel Safe and Acceptable as Approach to Preventing HIV from Anal Sex in Early Phase Clinical Trial
April 3, 2013—Microbicide Trials Network

LSUHSC Research Discoveries Shed Light on Common STI
April 2, 2013—LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans

New Instrument Will Quickly Detect Botulinum, Ricin, Other Biothreat Agents
April 2, 2013—Sandia National Laboratories
Research Deciphers HIV Attack Plan
March 29, 2013—Los Alamos National Laboratory

New Vaccine-Design Approach Targets HIV and Other Fast-Mutating Viruses
March 28, 2013—The Scripps Research Institute

NeoStem Awarded Second Year of NIAID Research Grant for the Development of VSEL Technology for Radiation Exposure
March 28, 2013—NeoStem

Innate Immune System Can Kill HIV When a Viral Gene Is Deactivated
March 28, 2013—UNC School of Medicine
Childhood Asthma Tied to Combination of Genes and Wheezing Illness
March 27, 2013—The University of Chicago Medicine

Potential Chagas Vaccine Candidate Shows Unprecedented Efficacy
March 26, 2013—University of Texas Medical Branch

Moffitt Cancer Center Researchers Analyze HPV Vaccination Disparities among Girls from Low-Income Families
March 26, 2013—Moffitt Cancer Center

Einstein Study Reveals New Approach for Stopping Herpes Infections
March 25, 2013—Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Researchers Developing Antiviral Drug to Combat Contagious Corovirus
March 25, 2013—Kansas State University

Study: Research Reveals Protective Properties of Influenza Vaccines
March 22, 2013—Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Soligenix Announces Significant Progress with ThermoVax Towards the Development of Heat Stable Vaccines
March 19, 2013—Soligenix, Inc.
Two-Pronged Immune Cell Approach Could Lead to a Universal Shot Against the Flu 
March 14, 2013—Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
Aggressive Regimen Reduces Mortality in Drug-Resistant TB 
March 13, 2013—Harvard Medical School
Immune Cells Cluster and Communicate "Like Bees," Researcher Says 
March 13, 2013—University of California - San Francisco
Bacteria May Protect Against Disease Caused by Stomach Infection 
March 12, 2013—University of California, Santa Cruz
Study: Antibiotics Are Unique Assassins 
March 11, 2013—Northeastern University

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