Perhaps the most significant is that NIEHS applications have had less favorable review outcomes than applications assigned to most of the other NIH
institutes and centers, in terms of both a larger percentage being "streamlined" (or identified as having less potential for success and therefore afforded a less intensive review process) and a smaller percentage ranking among the highest-scoring 20% of all applications.
The National Assembly of Scientists, an organization representing senior NIH
researchers, has published a statement warning that the rules might produce a brain drain.
From now on, no one at NIH
may accept even unpaid side work with any organization that might have a financial interest in any research or other activity going on at, or supported by, the agency.
proposes that all publications that arise from NIH
-sponsored research be made available free to the public within six months after they have been published.
Combining this expertise with the strength and authority of NIH
and other government and nongovernment organizations, MedlinePlus has become a source of health information to millions of health consumers as well as their health care providers.
A call to the NIH
by The Advocate was not returned, but the agency has said publicly that the purpose of its inquiries to researchers was to gather enough in formation on already-awarded grants to be able to defend them to Congress.
He specifically suggested that a primary focus of the NIH
should be to spend its budget on a cure for Alzheimer's and other chronic diseases.
Prior to the CRADA and during the first 2 years of the agreement, NIH
conducted most of the clinical trials associated with the drug.
This multidisciplinary group includes members from both the intramural and extramural components of NIH
, researchers outside of NIH
, and community representatives.
, however, must continue to be encouraged to fund additional training sites across the country.
Under the CIO-SP2 contract, KPMG Consulting has received a total of eight task orders from the United States Army, the Department of State, the Department of Health and Human Services, and NIH
Jensvold was the first person to speak out publicly about the problems of discrimination at NIH
at a press conference in December 1990.