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NIH's two-year infusion of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds will empower the nation's best scientists to discover new cures, advance technology, and solve some of our greatest health challenges. Explore the stories of vital NIH ARRA-supported results projects in this unprecedented effort.
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Story TitleStateNIH ICAwardees' InstitutionType of StoriesContact PIResearch/Disease Category
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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Funding Accelerates Childhood Leukemia Research TN NCI St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Results,
Research Projects
EVANS, WILLIAM E. Show Show
ARRA-Funded Researchers Link Autophagy Genes to Osteoporotic Bone Loss MO NIAMS Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis Research Projects,
Results
TEITELBAUM, STEVEN L Show Show
ARRA-Funded Scientists Link Perinatal Diet, Skeletal Health MA NIAMS Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Research Projects,
Results
BOUXSEIN, MARY L Show Show
Autism and the Recovery Act Results,
Research Projects
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Cell Images Aid Researchers, Educators and the Public MD NIGMS American Society for Cell Biology Results,
Research Projects,
Researcher Profiles
KANE, CAROLINE M
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Discovered Gene Causes Kabuki Syndrome WA NHGRI University of Washington Results,
Research Progress
NICKERSON, DEBORAH A Show Show
Dr. Andrew Greenberg: Finding a Possible Protection Against Obesity’s Ill Effects MA NIDDK Tufts University Results,
Researcher Profiles,
Research Projects
GREENBERG, ANDREW S Show Show
Dr. David Mrazek: Directing a Personalized Approach to Alcoholism Treatment MN NIAAA Mayo Clinic Research Projects,
Results,
Researcher Profiles
MRAZEK, DAVID A. Show Show
Dr. Denise Wilfley: Successful Interventions for Curbing Pediatric Obesity MO NICHD Washington University in St. Louis Results,
Researcher Profiles,
Research Projects
WILFLEY, DENISE ELLA Show Show
Dr. Gabriel Dichter and Dr. Stephen Benning: Measuring Emotions in Autism NC NIMH University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Results,
Research Projects
BENNING, STEPHEN D
DICHTER, GABRIEL S
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Dr. Gregory Jay: Preventing Cartilage Breakdown after Knee Injury RI NIAMS Tribologics, LLC Results,
Research Progress
JAY, GREGORY D. Show Show
Dr. James Goodwin: Scrutinizing a Health Care Revolution TX NIA University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston Results,
Research Projects,
Researcher Profiles
GOODWIN, JAMES SIMEON Show Show
Dr. Julie Johnson: Fine-Tuning Treatments To Prevent Repeat Strokes FL NIGMS University of Florida Results,
Research Projects
JOHNSON, JULIE A. Show Show
Dr. Krista Lentine: Improving Access to Transplant Organs MO NIDDK Saint Louis University Results,
Research Projects
LENTINE, KRISTA L Show Show
Dr. Susan R. Heckbert: Battling Heart Problems WA NHLBI University of Washington Results,
Research Projects,
Researcher Profiles
HECKBERT, SUSAN Show Show
Dr. Thomas Link: Illuminating Bones' Hidden Weaknesses CA NIAMS University of California San Francisco Researcher Profiles,
Research Projects,
Results
LINK, THOMAS M Show Show
Gene Scan Finds Link Across Array of Childhood Brain Disorders CT NINDS Yale University Results,
Research Projects,
Researcher Profiles
GUNEL, MURAT Show Show
Medical Research Funded by Recovery Grants Nationwide NIA Research Projects,
Results
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modENCODE: Revealing the Inner Workings of the Genome MA NHGRI Massachusetts Institute of Technology Results,
Researcher Profiles
KELLIS, MANOLIS Show Show
New Model of ALS is Based on Human Cells from Autopsied Tissue OH NINDS Ohio State University Results,
Research Projects
BURGHES, ARTHUR H. M. Show Show

The Research/Disease Category search filter refers to the NIH Research, Condition, and Disease Category of the research projects cited in each story. Because some of the research projects cited fall into multiple categories, the search results may include stories that are not directly relevant to the category chosen.