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NIH funds collaboration to improve mental health treatment for Latinos

NIH funds collaboration to improve mental health treatment for Latinos

Irvine, California, October 3, 2022 – The National Institutes of Health is awarding nearly $4.7 million over five years to support research teams from the University of California campuses in Irvine, Berkeley and San Francisco who are collaborating on a new project that will combine support from peers with the use of a digital platform …

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Bionic pancreas improves type 1 diabetes management over standard insulin delivery methods

Bionic pancreas improves type 1 diabetes management over standard insulin delivery methods

Press release Wednesday, September 28, 2022 Next-generation technology maintains blood glucose levels by automatically delivering insulin. A device known as the bionic pancreas, which uses next-generation technology to automatically deliver insulin, was more effective at keeping blood glucose (sugar) levels within the normal range than standard care management in patients. people with type 1 diabetes, …

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Data Management and Sharing: NIH Policy Details and Guidance

Data Management and Sharing: NIH Policy Details and Guidance

Anna Clarke, Program Director (Scientific Health Administrator),Neuroscience Division (DN). Caroline SFERRAZZA, Health Specialist, Behavioral and Systemic Neuroscience Branch,Neuroscience Division (DN). The authors thank their colleagues, Benfeard Williams and Grayson Donley, for their continued collaboration and contributions to this position. The final NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing (DMS Policy) takes effect on January 25, …

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NIH awards CUNY SPH team $6.7 million to design parks-based strategies to improve mental wellness

NIH awards CUNY SPH team $6.7 million to design parks-based strategies to improve mental wellness

NEW YORK, September 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Public parks play a vital role in promoting community engagement and supporting the well-being of nearby residents, but their impact depends not only on physical dimensions but also on social dimensions, such as perceived safety and availability of community programs. The National Institutes of Health has awarded a …

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NIH awards Stanford medical teams $10 million for sleep and autism research

NIH awards Stanford medical teams $10 million for sleep and autism research

A group of Stanford Medicine scientists have received about $10 million from the National Institutes of Health’s Autism Centers of Excellence program. The funding, announced by the NIH on September 6, will support research into the relationship between sleep dysregulation and autism symptoms. This is the first time that Stanford University has been designated a …

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Prenatal cannabis exposure associated with mental disorders in children that persist into early adolescence

Prenatal cannabis exposure associated with mental disorders in children that persist into early adolescence

Media Advisory Monday, September 12, 2022 NIH-funded findings add to growing scientific evidence of negative health effects of cannabis use during pregnancy What Prenatal exposure to cannabis after the middle of the first trimester – typically after five to six weeks of fetal development – ​​is associated with attentional, social and behavioral problems that persist …

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