PEARL is a NIH-sponsored network of private-practice dentists who conduct clinical studies in the course of routine patient care.
The PEAR study is designed to evaluate 800 randomized subjects with a history of hypertension controlled by medication.
Connecting Research to Communities, EMMES, as the Operations Center for the NINDS CRC, helps physicians perform NINDS research in their own office.
The goal of this project is to determine whether environmental chemicals affect human reproduction and development.
Facilitates the integration of research programs to diagnose and treat food and waterborne diseases.
Observational study to describe contemporary labor progression and to evaluate the timing of Cesarean delivery in women with labor protraction
National Cancer Institute-supported clinical trials group was founded in 1995 to support innovative trials for AIDS-associated malignancies.
The goal of AREDS2 is to assess the effects of supplemental doses of lutein, zeaxanthin, DHA and EPA on the progression to advanced AMD and cataract.