NIH Translational Neuroscience Resources

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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is the largest source of funding for medical research in the world, funding thousands of scientists and supporting many innovative training programs and funding mechanisms that foster scientific creativity and exploration. This includes specific programs that can help small businesses move their product through the development cycle. Programs span from identifying novel disease targets through Phase IV clinical trials. This PDF outlines NIH’s Resources for Translational Neuroscience with web links and contact information:

Enhancing Rigor and Reproducibility

One of the biggest challenges in product development is ensuring that the foundational data upon which new advances are based are reliable and reproducible. Reliability and reproducibility are especially important in the preclinical findings of new therapies and diagnostics as any issues or mistakes introduced at this stage will negatively impact later stage development. To help applicants create rigorous and reproducible study designs, NIDA: