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New Study Shows Medication After Opioid Overdose Can Save Lives

NCATS-supported researchers at Boston University found a strong link between the use of medications to treat opioid use disorder and a reduced risk of overdose death.

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NCATS-Funded Researchers Apply Precision Medicine to Digital Health

Investigators from the Scripps Translational Science Institute advance precision medicine to combat a dangerous heart condition through improved screening and diagnostic approaches.

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New Funding Opportunities Available for Rare Diseases Research

NCATS has released two new funding opportunities to support research on rare diseases through the Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network.

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June E-Newsletter Now Available

Read about a new approach to stop cancer metastasis, advancing a rare disease gene editing treatment into clinical trials, CTSA Program community engagement assessments, and more.

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Team Identifies Three Distinct Forms of Rare Food Allergy Disease

With support from the Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network, scientists have developed a personalized approach to diagnosing and treating eosinophilic esophagitis.

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Uncovering Disease Clues

Scientists use 3-D tissue chips to mimic human spinal cord development

Potential Gene-Editing Treatment

RDCRN support helps enable potential gene-editing therapy to advance to clinical trials.

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Assay Guidance Manual

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Interested in creating biologically, physiologically and pharmacologically relevant assays for early-stage drug discovery? Check out our best-practices Assay Guidance Manual.

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Learn more about all the ways that potential grantees, partners and collaborators can access NCATS support to advance translational science.

  • NCATS Programs & Initiatives
    NCATS encourages partnerships that cross many scientific disciplines and research sectors in pursuit of translational success.
  • Small Business Opportunities
    NCATS’ small business programs help entrepreneurs develop and commercialize new translational technologies.
  • Expertise & Resources
    NCATS staff are experts in translation, and the Center’s resources support pre-clinical and clinical activities.
  • Licensing Opportunities
    NCATS makes it easy for industry and academia to interact and partner with Center laboratories and scientists.