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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 NIH ARRA-supported research projects in this unprecedented effort.
Related stories describing ARRA-funded “Research Projects” projects:
 322 items in 17 pages
Story TitleStateNIH ICAwardees' InstitutionType of StoriesContact PIResearch/Disease Category
 322 items in 17 pages
$1 Million Study of Inhaling Carbon Nanotubes Funded by Federal Stimulus CA NIEHS University of California, Davis, Medical Center Researcher Profiles,
Research Projects
PINKERTON, KENT ED Show Show
$1.4 Million Grant To Aid Study of How Childhood Poverty Affects the Brain NY NCMHD,
OD
Cornell University Research Projects EVANS, GARY W Show Show
$1000 Genome Sequencing Technology Development Nationwide NHGRI Nationwide Research Projects AKESON, MARK A
CHURCH, GEORGE M
LINDSAY, STUART
TURNER, STEPHEN WHITFIELD
XIE, XIAOLIANG SUNNEY
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$1M NIH Grant Funds Jackson Laboratory Gene Ontology Project ME NHGRI The Jackson Laboratory Research Projects BLAKE, JUDITH A Show Show
$2.4 Million Stimulus Fuels Effort To Regenerate Injured Spinal Cords FL NINDS,
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University of Florida Research Projects SCOTT, EDWARD W Show Show
$4.8 Million Federal Stimulus Grant Launches Feasibility Study of Massive Endeavor To Measure All Human Proteins WA NCI,
OD
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Research Projects PAULOVICH, AMANDA G Show Show
$7.5M Stimulus Grant To Fund Translational Medicinal Chemistry Program AZ NIMH,
OD
University of Arizona, Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) Research Projects MEURICE, NATHALIE Show Show
$8.6M Grant Expands Genome Research TN NCRR Vanderbilt University Research Projects,
Infrastructure
WENTE, SUSAN R. Show Show
‘Programming’ Sherlock Holmes Not so Elementary IL NLM University of Chicago Research Projects RZHETSKY, ANDREY Show Show
‘Smurf’ Gene Aside, Most Gene Names Are a Mess, Expert Says DC NLM Georgetown University Research Projects LIU, HONGFANG Show Show
A New Way To Fight Transplant Rejection IL NIAID University of Chicago Researcher Profiles,
Research Projects
CHONG, ANITA S. Show Show
A Presidential Visit Nationwide NHLBI Nationwide Research Projects N/A
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A Step Closer To Treating Memory Loss in Age-Related Diseases MD NIA Johns Hopkins University Researcher Profiles,
Research Projects
GALLAGHER, MICHELA Show Show
ActNOW Opens the Gate for Timely, Novel Research Nationwide NCI Nationwide Research Projects CARDILLO, THOMAS M
HMEL, PETER
LEE, NORA
RAJU, SUDHIR
SCHWARTZ, GARY K
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After Inpatient Drug Rehab Programs, What Support Works Best? MD NIDA Johns Hopkins University Research Projects STITZER, MAXINE L Show Show
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 @ Work: Haining Zhong and Tianyi Mao – A Marriage of Synapses and Circuits OR NINDS Oregon Health and Science University Research Projects,
Researcher Profiles
GOODMAN, RICHARD H.
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ARRA @ Work: Michael Higley – Using Images to Understand Connections in the Brain CT NINDS Yale University Research Projects,
Researcher Profiles
STRITTMATTER, STEPHEN M
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ARRA @ Work: Patrick Drew - Investigating Blood Flow in the Brain PA NINDS Pennsylvania State University Research Projects,
Researcher Profiles
SCHIFF, STEVEN J
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ARRA @ Work: Stephen Van Hooser – Exploring How Experiences Influence Brain Development MA NINDS Brandeis University Research Projects,
Researcher Profiles
MARDER, EVE E
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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.