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NIH Funds the Development of National Consortium of Universities

rt of the network said that the project will require an overhaul for universities steeped in the tradition of a lone scientist plugging away in a laboratory.

Kessler, former head of the Food and Drug Administration with his experience about the regulatory hurdles towards creating new therapies, said, ‘We're talking about creating a new breed of scientist. Right now there are not enough people who are pursuing research that connects the dots between what is done in our basic science labs and what can directly benefit patients.’

In addition to developing new treatments the NIH network will fund much needed research to understand why doctors and patients don't follow proven strategies - such as why the drugs proven to best control blood pressure and cholesterol are vastly underused.

It has been reported that the first 12 network participants will be funded for five years, for a total of about $700 million.


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