To tackle the human health challenges that face the world today, the FNIH develops collaborations with top experts from government, industry, academia and the not-for-profit sector and provides a neutral environment where we can work productively toward a common goal.

Plasticity and Mechanisms of Cognitive Remediation in Older Adults

Plasticity and Mechanisms of Cognitive Remediation in Older Adults supports a grant for a multicenter clinical research trial on remediating age-related cognitive decline through mindfulness-based stress reduction and exercise.

Stephen E. Straus Distinguished Lecture

The Stephen E. Straus Distinguished Lecture in the Science of Complementary Health Therapies is an annual lecture given by leading figures in science and medicine who come to NIH to speak from their perspective about the field of complementary and integrative medicine.

Clinical Center Drug Donations

The Clinical Center In-Kind Drug Donation Program provides pharmaceuticals that are donated through the public-private partnership coordinated by the FNIH to the NIH Clinical Center.

John Laws Decker Memorial Fund

The Dr. John Laws Decker Memorial Fund honors the late NIH Clinical Center Director through the annual John Laws Decker Memorial Lecture and the Distinguished Clinical Teacher's Award.

Dr. John L. Barr Memorial Fund

The Dr. John L. Barr Memorial Fund supports the Intramural Research Training Award (IRTA) fellowship program at the Clinical Center's Pain and Palliative Care Service.

NIH Medical Research Scholars Program

The MRSP is a one-year intensive training program on the NIH campus for up to 50 medical, dental and veterinary students to engage them in research early in their careers.

Principles of Pharmacology Course

The Principles of Clinical Pharmacology Course at the NIH Clinical Center trains scholars and researchers in the clinical pharmacologic aspects of contemporary drug development and utilization. Since 1998, more than 10,000 individuals have taken the lecture-based course. The FNIH supported this program from 2009-2015.

Baby Connectome Project

The Baby Connectome Project (BCP) is a four-year study of children from birth through five years of age, intended to provide a better understanding of how the brain develops from infancy through early childhood and the factors that contribute to healthy brain development.

Development & Production of Endotoxin under GMP for Human Clinical Research

Development & Production of Endotoxin under GMP for Human Clinical Research is a program enabling NIH to develop and produce a new strain of endotoxin under good manufacturing practices (GMP) conditions.

Biomarkers Consortium - Inflammatory Markers for Early Detection and Subtyping of Neurodegenerative and Mood Disorders

This project will aim to standardize and validate measurement methods for inflammatory markers associated with Alzheimer’s Disease and/or Major Depressive Disorder to ultimately identify a unique biosignature of disease. The identified biosignature would greatly assist with medication development, patient diagnosing, and patient selection for clinical trials.