Pages related to "translational research"

Pages related to "translational research"

The course is designed to further the development of young clinical neuroscientists interested in or engaged in translational or clinical research.  Compared to fields such as oncology, cardiology, diabetes and metabolism, the clinical neurosciences currently lack well established pathways for providing this kind of training for fellows and junior faculty.  This three-day course will engage selected research fellows, residents, and junior faculty in an analysis of the development of therapies for neurological diseases.  The purpose of this course is to encourage trainees and junior staff to

The Division of Translational Research funds programs to support new technology development and treatments for neurological disorders and prepares them for investor funding and corporate partnerships.

NIH-funded study closes in on personalized drug testing for neurological disorders

In 2015, hundreds of children were born with brain deformities resulting from a global outbreak of Zika virus infections.

The NINDS Cooperative Research to Enable and Advance Translational Enterprises for Biotechnology Products and Biologics (CREATE Bio) program is dedicated to biotechnology product- and biologics-based therapies for disorders that fall under the NINDS mission. 

 

The last NINDS CREATE Bio program announcements (PAR-17-456, PAR-17-457, PAR-18-542, and PAR-18-543) will expire in May 2021.

Category Parameters

Structure/Identity

Oligonucleotide sequence

Backbone structure

Other modifications

Purity of test article achieved

In vitro activity

Treatment effect size on mRNA expression

Treatment effect size on protein expression

The following table represents example categories to consider in describing your current results/status and desired results at the end of the funding period.

 

Category Parameters

Structure/Identity

Class and sub-class

Light Chain Composition

Amino acid (AA) sequence

CREATE Bio Example-Cell Therapy Product Profile-FAQ-References

The following table represents example categories to consider in describing your current results/status and desired results at the end of the funding period.

The following table represents example categories to consider in describing your current results/status and desired results at the end of the funding period.

The following represents example categories to consider in describing your current results/status and desired results at the end of the funding period.

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