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National Institutes of Health

The National Institutes of Health are a set of federally funded research facilities in Bethesday, Maryland. The institutes comprise the core of one of the nation's most prosperous research clusters, contributing significantly to Maryland's outsized position as a home of federal employees and contractors.
The National Institutes of Health are a set of federally funded research facilities in Bethesday, Maryland. The institutes comprise the core of one of the nation's most prosperous research clusters, contributing significantly to Maryland's outsized position as a home of federal employees and contractors. « Show less

Top National Institutes of Health Articles

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  • Md. native Josephine Gay, 7, remembered for 'indomitable' spirit

    Md. native Josephine Gay, 7, remembered for 'indomitable' spirit
    Josephine Grace "Joey" Gay, a 7-year-old child born in Columbia who died Dec. 14 in the Newtown, Conn., elementary school shooting, was recalled by her family for her "indomitable" spirit, love of the color purple and her generosity. In a statement...
  • Mind Over Machines acquires The Seva Group

    Mind Over Machines Inc., an Owings Mills-based consulting and information technology firm, announced Thursday it has acquired the assets of technology firm The Seva Group, making the combined company one of the largest IT consulting firms in the mid-...
  • City killings up to 217 as gun violence falls

    City killings up to 217 as gun violence falls
    Baltimore was unable in 2012 to sustain a significant milestone — the first drop below 200 homicides in a generation — but officials see reasons to remain optimistic that declines will resume. As the Police Department's leadership changed,...
  • Reducing utility costs, hospital visits

    Reducing utility costs, hospital visits
    The first winter after Danielle Smith bought her house in North Baltimore, the 35-year-old schoolteacher wondered if it even had a furnace, it was so cold and drafty. Now, with almost all new windows and several other energy-efficiency retrofits, Smith...
  • Disinfecting robots help prevent superbug infections at Hopkins

    Disinfecting robots help prevent superbug infections at Hopkins
    Even as epidemiologists worry about a shrinking arsenal of antibiotics to fight potentially deadly drug-resistant bacteria, researchers at Johns Hopkins Hospital are betting on another weapon to prevent infections: robots. It sounds more futuristic than...
  • Mary Love Mezzanotte, lawyer

    Mary Love Mezzanotte, lawyer
    Mary Love Mezzanotte, a registered nurse who later became a lawyer, died Thursdayof liver cancer at her West Friendship home. She was 56. The daughter of a career naval officer and a homemaker, Mary Love Green was born in the Canal Zone in Panama and...
  • AIDS progress at risk

    AIDS progress at risk
    As we prepare to mark World AIDS Day tomorrow, the U.S. government this week announced a blueprint for achieving an AIDS-free generation. The plan to confront AIDS globally outlines goals and objectives that take into account groundbreaking scientific...
  • Northeast residents take 'solidarity walk' following violence

    Northeast residents take 'solidarity walk' following violence
    Residents and city leaders who gathered Thursday night in the Northeast Baltimore neighborhood where a 51-year-old scientist was recently gunned down spoke passionately about taking the streets back from criminals intent on intimidation. Gathered in...
  • NIH gives $9.3 million to a Pittsburgh-based computing team

    NIH gives $9.3 million to a Pittsburgh-based computing team
    Three Pennsylvania institutions and a California organization have received National Institutes of Health funding approval for a computational modeling initiative. The Bethesda-based organization will contribute $9.3 million to a team comprising the...
  • Keeping healthy over the holidays takes some advance planning

    Keeping healthy over the holidays takes some advance planning
    The holidays are in full swing and for most people that means lots of opportunities to eat delicious, high-calorie foods that they normally don't eat during the rest of the year. According to the Calorie Control Council, during Thanksgiving alone,...
  • Search begins for site of new FBI headquarters

    The agency charged with overseeing federal buildings said Monday it will begin reviewing sites for a new FBI headquarters, formally launching a competition that has quietly pitted Maryland against its neighbors for more than a year. State and local...
  • Montpelier/South Laurel: Elizabeth Ness is new School of Nursing Alumni Council president

    Woodbridge Crossing resident Elizabeth Ness is the newly elected president of the University of Maryland School of Nursing Alumni Council. She brings more than 30 years of nursing experience to her new position, including six years in management and 18...