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Keyword: National Institutes of Health
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Hakon Heimer is a science editor and consultant on mental illness and neuroscience based in Providence. He is the founder of Schizophrenia Research Forum, an online knowledge environment for researchers, and program adviser on cognitive disorders to the Banbury Center at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York. more
Lamya Karim, an assistant professor of bioengineering at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, has been awarded a $616,170 grant from the National Institutes of Health to study how Type 2 diabetes weakens bones and results in patients being at much greater risk for fractures. more
R. John Davenport, an adjunct associate professor of neuroscience at Brown University, is managing director of the Brown Institute for Brain Science, which supports research among more than 100 Brown faculty members. more
Three people with paralysis used the BrainGate brain-computer interface to type on a screen with unprecedented speed and accuracy, Brown University reported. more
PROVIDENCE – The Miriam Hospital announced Jan. 30 it has received a $2.8 million grant to study whether weight loss could prevent recurring gestational diabetes. The Providence-based hospital, a Lifespan Inc. member and affiliate of The … more
The Miriam Hospital on Monday announced it has received a $2.8 million grant to study whether weight loss could prevent recurring gestational diabetes. more
Susan Roberts is government relations director for the Rhode Island chapter of the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, the nonprofit, non-partisan advocacy affiliate of the ACS. more
A neonatal-perinatal specialist at Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island has received a five-year, nearly $2.8 million grant from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development for her research into determining ways to treat perinatal brain injury in full-term and premature infants. more
Debra Erickson-Owens, a certified nurse-midwife at Women & Infants Hospital, a Care New England facility, is co-principal investigator of the Infant Brain Study, in which researchers are examining the brain development during the first two years of life in babies who have immediate umbilical cord clamping compared to babies whose clamping was delayed. more
Memorial Hospital and Women & Infants Hospital have received grant funds from the National Institutes of Health, as part of an NIH national initiative called Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes. more
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