NIH Highlights Advanced Imaging, Neurostim Technologies In Funding Appeal
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Further development of medical technologies to advance brain disease diagnoses, treat spinal cord injuries and manage pain without the use of addictive opioids would be key beneficiaries if additional funding from Congress for the National Institutes of Health comes through, NIH head Francis Collins told appropriators.
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