Entries from HEALTH LAW SECTION BLOG tagged with 'New York medical research institutions'

Gov. Paterson applauds Pres. Obama's Action

Excerpts from Governor David A. Paterson’s press release 3/9/09 (1): In 2007 New York State strengthened its position as a leader in biomedical research when we adopted an 11-year, $600 million initiative that provided State funding for stem cell research,...

Governor Paterson’s State of the State Address 2009 and stem cell research

Governor David A. Paterson’s State of the State Address 2009 acknowledged New York State’s historic economic challenges and the difficult choices that all New Yorkers must face in the coming months and years but he also spoke of the strength...

"Probing the genomic basis for cancer" MSK

Research planning perspectives: eg. probing the genomic basis for cancer.(1) One of the strengths that has put Memorial Sloan-Kettering at the forefront of the search for genomic changes in cancer is its extensive tumor bank. These specimens are stored anonymously...

"Glowing Proteins- a guiding star for biochemistry"-Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2008 "for the discovery and development of the green fluorescent protein, GFP". The remarkable brightly glowing green fluorescent protein, GFP, was first observed in the beautiful jellyfish,...

NIH Expands National Consortium Dedicated to Transforming Clinical and Translational Research

From the "News and Events" webpage of the National Center for Research Resources (NIH DHHS), on May 29, 2008, Fourteen academic health centers in 11 states are the latest members of the NIH’s Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) consortium....

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