How to use NIH in a sentence
Correction: An earlier version of this article referred to Fauci as the head of NIH.How to Politicize Ebola: Blame It on Obama—or the GOP | Eleanor Clift | October 14, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The first trial will be conducted in 20 healthy, uninfected volunteers at the NIH in Bethesda, Maryland.
This work builds on years of previous Ebola vaccine trials conducted by the NIH.
In 2013, the NIH gave $12.7 million spread over nine projects.
For example, a new NIH program targets what researchers call the “Valley of Death.”
Sea, NIH-chonn-djé (dje French); the Ayowas say, NIH-chon-je (je German).
Arrow, ni̍h-schu (NIH with strong accent; sch very short and falling in tone).
Tsz-lu then put his question to Kieh-NIH; and the latter asked, "Who are you?"The Wisdom of Confucius | Epiphanius Wilson
British Dictionary definitions for NIH
National Institutes of Health
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Cultural definitions for NIH
A U.S. government agency headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, which conducts and supports a wide range of medical research. NIH comprises thirteen separate agencies, each responsible for a different aspect of health, such as allergy and immunology, heart and lung, and so on. NIH also plays a role in training research scientists and providing and distributing biological and medical information.
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