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Coalition in $1.8m stroke research plan | Wellington Times

Australian medical researchers are taking the next steps to reduce the risk of stroke in patients undergoing major surgery, with a $1.8 million federal government investment. University of Sydney researchers will use the funding to explore the development of atrial fibrillation following major surgery, and whether blood thinners can improve
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UND, North Dakota State University receive medical research funding – Grand Forks Herald

GRAND FORKS — UND and North Dakota State University have been awarded more than $800,000 in medical research funding, from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The grants were announced in a release from the office of Sen. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., on Monday, April 11. UND’s portion of
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How long covid is accelerating a revolution in medical research

When Liza Fisher’s body became racked by tremors shortly after she was hospitalized with covid-19 in 2020, she began an 18-month medical odyssey, consulting immunologists, cardiologists, neurologists and countless other -ologists in the hope they would know how to treat the crippling convulsions. “They had no experience,” said Fisher, 38,
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Brookings Register | SDSU granted $11M for biomedical research

BROOKINGS – Biomedical research being done at South Dakota State University, specifically in the area of inflammation, will be advanced through a $10.8 million, five-year federal grant. The award from the National Institutes of Health will fund work in the newly created Center of Biomedical Research Excellence and is potentially
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Health Data Privacy Key to Clinical Research of Native Communities

By Hannah Nelson April 04, 2022 – Clinical researchers who collect and analyze health data from Native communities have a unique responsibility to protect this information in ways that align with the data privacy preferences of specific communities, according to a study published in JAMIA. Researchers ran a workshop with 14
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