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Public Health at Risk: Don’t Cut Programs that Work

In order to avoid the “fiscal cliff,” the Congress must compromise and protect our economic …

Research: Working Together Toward Cures

Modern biomedical innovation and the discovery of new cures and therapies for devastating diseases require …

Sequestration Will Be Devastating to the Cure Enterprise

For months, the defense industry has taken the Hill and media outlets by storm detailing …

Let's Get PDUFA V Approved, Fast

By Marc Boutin, JD, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, National Health Council At …

NIH Licensing Efforts Target Start-Ups

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has developed a new short-term licensing arrangement they hope …

NIH: Streamlining the Technology Transfer Process

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is launching the electronic Research Materials catalogue (eRMa) to …

Moving Beyond the Stem Cell Stalemate

By Michael J. Werner, Alliance for Regenerative Medicine For the past several years, attendees at the …

Research!America Report: Investment in Health Research Remains Stagnant

By Research!America The U.S. public and private sectors invested $140.5 billion in 2010 on research …

Tech Transfer Summit North America

The National Institutes of Health, BIO, and others are sponsoring the Tech Transfer Summit North …

A Center for Advancing Translational Science can spur new therapies

Sometimes, spurring the development of new drugs and therapies can be like trying to a …