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Fogarty/NIH news: Global health lecture, Behavioral and social sciences, NIH-South Africa partnership, Fake meds

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Rwandan Health Minister presents NIH global health lecture

Rwandan Minister of Health, Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, a strong supporter of biomedical research, has been invited to deliver the annual David E. Barmes Global Health Lecture at NIH.
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Global pandemic of fake medicines poses urgent risk, scientists say

Poor quality medicines are a real and urgent threat that could undermine decades of successful efforts to combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and TB, according to the editors of a new collection of journal articles.
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Photos by Nico Ranierie/FDA, side by side comparison of fake and authentic anti-malaria pills

Female researcher in white lab coat views sample through a microscope in a dimly lit lab

NIH, South Africa partner on $8M in research projects

The NIH and the South African Medical Research Council have jointly awarded 31 grants to support research targeting HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and HIV-related comorbidities and cancers.
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Fogarty web tools facilitate collaboration

To make it easier for Fogarty grantees to share information and identify possible collaborators, the Center has launched on its website a new searchable database of all current projects.
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Dr. Anna Babakhanyan in white coat and gloves uses tools to examine a placenta

Profile: Fogarty Fellow assesses HIV impact in utero in Cameroon

As a Fogarty Fellow in Cameroon, Dr. Anna Babakhanyan studied whether HIV-free babies born to mothers with the virus receive normal or lower levels of the maternal antibodies that protect newborns from malaria.
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NIH encourages veterinarians to consider research careers

A recent NIH stakeholder meeting considered how to improve health for people, animals and the environment, and how veterinarian-scientists can be better integrated into biomedical research.
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Veterinary scientist Tessa LeCuyer works with samples in a lab

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NIH marks 20 years of advancing behavioral and social sciences

The NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research is celebrating 20 years of accomplishments in the U.S. and globally.
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