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Author: Derek Fulwiler

NIFTY Cup Tackles Major Global Health Challenge

Babies born with oral clefts, in particular cleft palates, can face significant feeding challenges because their craniofacial anomaly typically makes it impossible to extract milk from a mother’s breast or from a bottle. Preterm infants face similar challenges as they are often developmentally immature and...

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Improving Heart Health in Local Communities

Efforts to improve the cardiovascular health of patients received a recent boost with the funding of Healthy Hearts Northwest, a three-year, $13.7 million grant that was awarded to the MacColl Center for Health Care Innovation at Group Health Research Institute. The grant, which was awarded...

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Cooling Brains to Treat Epilepsy

Several researchers may claim that their cool scientific findings could someday help patients, but none quite as literally as Dr. Rai D’Ambrosio, Associate Professor in the Department of Neurological Surgery at the University of Washington. Dr. D’Ambrosio’s research on cooling the brain to prevent epileptic...

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Six Pilot Grants Awarded to Support Community-Based Research

Efforts to expand translational health research across the five-state WWAMI region received a recent boost with the award of six pilot grants by the Institute of Translational Health Sciences to academic investigators collaborating with regional clinical research networks. The two-year awards, each for $13,000, seek...

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DCDR July 2015 Updates

Welcome to the July update for the ITHS Deidentified Clinical Data Repository (DCDR). It has been a few months since we last communicated with you, and we are pleased to share a number of updates that have been made to the DCDR since our last...

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