Emmes U.S.

The purpose of The MacTel Project is to identify the causes and appropriate treatments for Idiopathic Juxtafoveal Macular Telangiectasia.

Mission: to improve the lives of children with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) by obtaining an in-depth understanding of pediatric IBD.

The mission of the Vaccine Research Center (VRC) is to conduct research that facilitates the development of effective vaccines for human diseases.

Connecting Research to Communities, EMMES, as the Operations Center for the NINDS CRC, helps physicians perform NINDS research in their own office.

PEARL is a NIH-sponsored network of private-practice dentists who conduct clinical studies in the course of routine patient care.

This program is strongly focused on translating the science of cell-based therapy into useful clinical applications.

The NNTC was established to collect, store, and distribute samples of fluids and tissue from HIV-infected individuals.

Observational study to describe contemporary labor progression and to evaluate the timing of Cesarean delivery in women with labor protraction

The goal of the Age-Related Eye Disease Study is to learn about macular degeneration and cataract, two leading causes of vision loss in older adults.

Yearly, about 24,000 children in the US are born to women with epilepsy. The majority are fine, but a national study aims to further reduce the risk.