viernes, 15 de noviembre de 2013

News from NIAID-Supported Institutions

News from NIAID-Supported Institutions

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Here’s your periodic update on News from NIAID-Supported Institutions. The following links will take you to the institution’s press release:
Genetic Signature Identified for RSV, the Leading Cause of Infant Hospitalizations Worldwide
November 14, 2013—The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Gut Microbes in Healthy Kids Carry Antibiotic Resistance Genes
November 13, 2013—Washington University School of Medicine
Researchers Discover New Treatment to Cure the MRSA ‘Superbug’
November 13, 2013—Northeastern University
Putting Lupus in Permanent Remission
November 11, 2013—Northwestern Medicine
Discovery by Israeli and American Researchers May Lead to New Treatments for Allergic Diseases
November 10, 2013—Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Agenus’ HerpV Therapeutic Vaccine for Genital Herpes Meets Primary Endpoint in Randomized Phase 2 Trial
November 7, 2013—Agenus Inc.
Study Uncovers New Explanation for Infection Susceptibility in Newborns
November 6, 2013—Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Roswell Park Researchers Receive Almost $7 Million in Grant Support for Cancer Research Efforts
November 5, 2013—Roswell Park Cancer Institute
University of Washington Awarded New NIH Contract to Advance Research on Milestone Development of Vaccine Immune Boosters
November 4, 2013—Kineta, Inc.
Penn Researchers Identify Molecular Link Between Gut Microbes and Intestinal Health
November 4, 2013—Perelman School of Medicine
Leidos Awarded Contract by National Institutes of Health
November 4, 2013—Leidos
Multimillion Dollar Contract Provides Funding to Continue Vaccine Research
November 1, 2013—Baylor College of Medicine
Examining How Cytomegalovirus Spreads from Mother to Fetus
November 1, 2013—University of Massachusetts Medical School
Children of Lower Socioeconomic Status Grow Up More Susceptible To Catching Colds, Carnegie Mellon Researchers Find
November 1, 2013—Carnegie Mellon University
Newly Identified Proteins Make Promising Targets for Blocking Graft-vs.-Host Disease
October 31, 2013—University of Michigan Health System

Transgene in Collaboration with Emergent BioSolutions to Receive NIH Funding to Support Development of a Novel Immunotherapy Against Tuberculosis
October 30, 2013—Transgene SA
Dormant Reservoirs of HIV Hiding Inside Infected Cells Represent Our Biggest Barrier to Eradicating HIV/AIDS
October 30, 2013—Gladstone Institutes
Early HIV Antiviral Treatment Found to Be Cost-Effective in South Africa, India
October 30, 2013—Massachusetts General Hospital
Latest Research Findings on Avian Influenza A (H7N9) Virus from HKU Public Health Research Centre
October 30, 2013—The University of Hong Kong
New SARS-Like Coronavirus Discovered in Chinese Horseshoe Bats
October 30, 2013—EcoHealth Alliance

NanoBio Awarded up to $10 Million in NIH Funding to Develop a Pandemic Influenza Vaccine
October 29, 2013—NanoBio Corporation
Pregnant Women with Hepatitis C May Pass Swifter Viral Strain to Newborns, Study Suggests
October 28, 2013—Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Model Virus Structure Shows Why There’s no Cure for Common Cold
October 28, 2013—University of Wisconsin—Madison
U of M Researchers Identify Key Proteins Influencing Major Immune Strategies
October 28, 2013—University of Minnesota

More Opportunities Found for Respiratory Infections to Spread Among Staff in Emergency Departments
October 23, 2013—Emory University
New Study Shows How Staph Toxin Disarms the Immune System, Reveals Secret to Microbe’s Deadly Versatility
October 16, 2013—NYU Langone Medical Center
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