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National Institutes of Health

 (NIH)
a health agency of the United States Public Health Service, composed of numerous different component institutes and centers, many of which are dedicated to medical research.

NIH

Abbreviation for National Institutes of Health (U.S. Public Health Service).

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National Institutes of Health.

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National Institutes of Health

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A federal agency within the US Public Health Service (PHS), and part of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), which is comprised of 27 Institutes and Centers located on a 306 acre campus in Bethesda, Maryland, each with a specific research agenda. The NIH is responsible for carrying out and supporting biomedical and behavioural research and improving the health of Americans; its campus is home to the Clinical Center, the largest hospital in the world totally dedicated to clinical research.

NIH

Abbreviation for U.S. National Institutes of Health (an agency or operating division of the U.S. Public Health Service).

NIH

Abbrev for the National Institutes for Health. This is an American government-sponsored body, the principal interest of which to the general public is the excellent web site (www.hih.gov/) providing reliable medical information.

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n.pr See National Institutes of Health.
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The custom is that errors are buried and forgotten," says Charles McCutcheon, an NIH scientist with a long-standing interest in misconduct.
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NIH will consider centers as well as networks in response to the ACE initiative.
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NIH must immediately commit significant financial and organizational resources to research these questions and develop, as expeditiously as possible, a detailed plan for that research.
Scientists using NIH money for their stem cell studies could procure the cells from other researchers or firms who derive the cells from human embryos.
Similarly, progress in areas supported by other NIH institutes can and does provide valuable information for diseases within the NIAMS research portfolio.
However, NIH raised a number of questions, during a March 11 hearing before the same House subcommittee, about the propriety of certain aspects of the current draft of the proposed agreement.