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IT has a big role in HHS's proposed budget to boost various responsibilities in public health management as well as access to health care.
At the end of April, Principal Deputy Director Dr. Douglas Lowy will serve as acting director.
Join our senior researchers for key highlights on health tech infrastructure innovations and modernization.
Data leader Susan Gregurick discusses how the agency is improving data sharing and usability for biomedical research.
Internal consultation on use cases, integration within existing services allows agencies to best position new capacities to modernize their organization.
A new program aims to change the way we think about dietary needs and impacts.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee hears from biomedical experts as it looks to authorize legislation that would establish the Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health.
The institute's BioData Catalyst program is live for researchers to access and share data.
The technique aims to treat some diseases by gene replacement.
The agency's IT office supported remote work amid COVID-19 and is carving a path for the future of work at NIH.
Leaders from NIH, HUD and DOT discuss strategies in balancing improvements during shifting priorities.
CIO Jeff Shilling shares how cloud infrastructure is supporting data-sharing across the cancer research community.
Success in the RADx Program and at-home COVID-19 testing is leading to improved data collection and analysis.
The new legislation also builds on White House infrastructure goals to improve health care, drug development and more.
The plan looks to leverage data science and improve health for gender and ethnic minorities.
A key leader in the agency's diversity office shares how NIH is committing to improving equity and inclusion.
The agency will begin providing gender confirmation surgery to transgender veterans.
Leaders at the Center for Tobacco Products outline new research findings for tobacco and cannabis use, following the onset of COVID-19.
Cloud, AI, machine learning and wearables are helping drive agencies' mission and data-driven decision-making.
HHS’ at-home and self-testing services could help the public maintain health safety amid reopening plans.