National Institutes of Health
A medical breakthrough could save millions of lives. A child born HIV positive is now cured, and Hopkins doctors are behind the research.
Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski is scheduled to talk about the impact automatic spending cuts would have on the National Institutes of Health.
Montgomery County officials are concerned about how planned expansions at the National Institutes of Health and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center will affect traffic on Bethesda’s congested roads.
The search for a killer. A Baltimore community rallies in the wake of a respected researcher’s murder while police try to find out who gunned him down.
The brazen murder of a researcher and scientist has shaken his Northeast Baltimore community. Now, the killer remains on the loose.
The brutal murder of a prominent researcher at the National Institutes of Health stunned his Northeast Baltimore community. Police are searching for his killer.
A nonprofit that builds playgrounds for children in need is bringing its volunteers to the National Institutes of Health.
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History is developing its first major exhibit on the human genome with a $3 million pledge from the philanthropic foundation of Life Technologies Corp.
A woman who worked at the National Institutes of Health has pleaded guilty to theft of government property and money for using government credit cards for personal use.
The city of Baltimore is named an HIV hotspot. It’s all part of a shocking new study from researchers at Johns Hopkins University.
An acid reflux drug often used for hard-to-treat asthma doesn’t help children with the breathing disease and may cause side effects, a study in 300 children found.
Exciting news in medical research–a possible vaccine to prevent HIV/AIDS.