FNIH

AcronymDefinition
FNIHFoundation for the National Institutes of Health
FNIHFirst Nations and Inuit Health (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
FNIHForeign National Indirect Hire
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The Foundation, also known as the FNIH, works with its partners to accelerate biomedical research and strategies against diseases and health concerns in the United States and across the globe.
The FNIH organizes and administers research projects; supports education and training of new researchers; organizes educational events and symposia; and administers a series of funds supporting a wide range of health issues.
Les hoteliers membres de la FNIH et de la FNT se sont toujours plaints de cette pratique deloyale qui ne contribue nullement a la creation de valeur sociale ou fiscale, et qui presente, en plus, un risque securitaire important.
The FNIH was established by the United States Congress to support the mission of the NIH -- improving health through scientific discovery.
We are honored to be participating in an FNIH program that will advance the training and animal welfare agenda in the biomedical industry," said Dr.
FDA, NCI, FNIH and 20 leading cancer centers among I-SPY 2 collaborators
The Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH), together with the Fogarty International Center (FIC), today announced the launch of a five-year study to investigate the linkages between malnutrition and intestinal infections and their effects on children in the developing world, funded by a grant of nearly $30 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to the FNIH.
In order to do this, FNIH received a master Investigational New Drug (IND) approval from the FDA--which allows the I-SPY 2 TRIAL team to graduate, drop and add drugs seamlessly throughout the course of the trial without having to stop the trial to write a whole new protocol.
FNIH is actively working to raise the remaining funds from pharmaceutical and other companies, non-profit cancer organizations and philanthropic foundations and individuals.
FNIH chair, said, "Senator Kennedy has set the stage for realizing the hope for a healthier nation with his courageous support of NIH and other federal research agencies, embryonic stem cell research and mental health, and his advocacy for reducing health disparities.