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NIAMS September Council Meeting to Be Videocast
The open session of the September 8 Advisory Council Meeting will be videocast. To view the videocast visit http://videocast.nih.gov. Topics will include Molecular Transducers of Physical Activity and the Lupus Research Plan.
Request for Information (RFI) on the Action Plan for Lupus Research
In order to develop a new coordinated action plan for lupus research on behalf of the NIH, NIAMS has led efforts to develop the Action Plan for Lupus Research. Comments on the draft will be accepted until September 11, 2015.
Strategies to Strengthen High-Impact NIAMS Clinical Trials
NIAMS is requesting input from the extramural community that will inform the mechanisms and processes the NIAMS uses to support high-impact clinical trials. NIAMS invites comments from researchers, patient advocacy groups, patients, and their healthcare providers. Comments accepted through October 15.
Feedback Being Accepted on Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO)
Following up on its recent Request for Information, NIH is now collecting feedback on how best to address some key issues in the ECHO plan. Topics include epigenetics, data collection and more. Feedback accepted through September 8.
Applications Now Being Accepted for Loan Repayment Programs
The NIH Loan Repayment Programs are accepting applications beginning September 1. The NIH may repay up to $35,000 per year of student loan debt.
News and Events
- NIAMS Awards Supplements to Advance Research (STAR) to Support Early Stage Scientists: New Program is Part of Broader NIH Efforts to Foster the Next Generation of Biomedical Researchers
- NIAMS Update — August 20, 2015
- Special Announcement — August 20, 2015, Guest Director's Letter: Considering Sex as a Biological Variable in NIH-Funded Preclinical Research
- In Uveitis, Bacteria in Gut May Instruct Immune Cells to Attack the Eye
- Inn Celebrates 25 Years of Helping Pediatric Patients
- Proteinís Role in Inflammation Offers Novel Drug Development Strategy for Lupus
- Potential Therapy for Osteoporosis Shows Promise for Treating Rare Brittle Bone Disease
- NIAMS Director Participates in Hill Visits to Highlight Dermatology Research
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