Joseph Guglielmo, PharmD, dean of the UCSF School of Pharmacy, "The grant from NIBIB
is a striking affirmation of the promise associated with this device, as well as NIH confidence in the ultimate success of The Kidney Project.
point of care technologies research network center themes and opportunities for exploratory POC projects.
Grant/funding support: The development and tests of some of the noninvasive POC technologies are supported by NIBIB
Grants R01-EB00763 and R01-EB001467 and National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Grant R01-NS044345.
point-of-care technologies research centers Principal Center location Theme investigator Fred Beyette University of Emerging Cincinnati neurotechnologies Charlotte Gaydos Johns Hopkins STDs University Gerald Kost UC-Davis-Lawrence Rapid muItipathogen Livermore National Detection for POCT Laboratory ILLNL] and national disaster readiness Bernhard Weigl PATH, Seattle and the POC diagnostics for University of global health Washington
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In addition to the NIBIB
funding, AME also is a collaborator on a grant from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR).
supports emerging technology research and development within its internal laboratories and through grants, collaborations, and training.
The overarching research objectives of this program announcement (PAR) are to stimulate discovery, development, optimization, and delivery of novel imaging technologies and methods to capture, process, validate, present, interpret, or understand in vivo imaging data that support the missions of the NCI, NIEHS, NIBIB
, or NIDDK.
lifeIMAGE (Newton, MA) served as another one of the digital clearinghouses in the 2-year, NIH-funded, RSNA and NIBIB
developed, medical data sharing project.
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Danny Bluestein Submits Phase II Proposal for NIBIB