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Trans-NIH ME/CFS Working Group

Learn about shared areas of interest and challenges to advance ME/CFS research.

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All of UsSM Research Program

Learn about disease treatment and prevention that takes into account individual variability in genes, environment, and lifestyle.

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The BRAIN Initiative

Learn about an audacious initiative aimed at revolutionizing our understanding of the human brain.

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Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO) Program

Learn about new research to understand environmental influences on child health.

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Accelerating Medicines Partnership (AMP)

A bold venture to help identify new treatments and cures for diseases.

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Rigor and Reproducibility

Information about the efforts underway by NIH to enhance rigor and reproducibility in scientific research.

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Data Science at NIH

The NIH is dedicated to harnessing the potential of the computational and quantitative sciences to elevate the impact and efficiency of biomedical research.

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Diversity

Find out about the “Enhancing the Diversity of the NIH-funded Workforce” Program.

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Women in Biomedical Careers

Learn how NIH is maximizing the potential of women scientists and engineers.

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NIH Common Fund

Learn how NIH is accelerating discovery by supporting cross-cutting, trans-NIH programs.

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Blueprint for Neuroscience Research

Learn how NIH is enhancing collaboration in support of research on the nervous system.

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Sound Health: An NIH-Kennedy Center Partnership

Music can get you moving, lift your mood, and even help you recall a memory, but can it improve your health?