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The 46 human chromosomes are shown in blue, with the telomeres appearing as white pinpoints.
NCATS-Supported Researchers Find Exercise May Help Protect DNA

CTSA Program-supported researchers found that older caregivers who exercised had longer telomeres. The findings may lead to better health outcomes later in life.

Patricia K. Dranchak, Ph.D., shows a lab technique to 2018 summer intern Bryan Queme.
NCATS Internship Helps Promising Student Soar

NCATS mentors students to strengthen their skills across research disciplines and help prepare them for successful scientific careers. Meet summer 2018 intern Bryan Queme.

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Discover our collection of feature stories describing how NCATS support enables scientists to speed translational research.

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NCATS E-Newsletter

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Features and Briefs

Discover our collection of feature stories describing how NCATS support enables scientists to speed translational research.

Scientific Publications

Browse a listing of peer-reviewed scientific publications that feature research supported by NCATS programs and initiatives.

NCATS E-Newsletter

Explore the NCATS e-newsletter, a monthly digest of news and information from the Center, or browse past issues.

Connect with NCATS

Stay in touch with NCATS by connecting via social media, joining our listserv for frequent announcements or subscribing to our monthly e-newsletter.

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NCATS in the News

NCATS-supported scientists are engaged in cutting-edge translational research activities across the United States. See breaking news and media coverage of the latest advances made possible by support from the Center.