The Research Advocate

The October 2016 Research Advocate is now online. Highlights from this month include: Honorees were announced for the 2017 Advocacy Awards. Distinguished leaders in scientific, medical and health research whose accomplishments have led to groundbreaking discoveries and raised public awareness of life-threatening conditions will be recognized at Research!America’s Advocacy Awards Dinner at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, D.C. on March 15, 2017. Research!America's 2016 National Health Research forum featured discussions on a public health emergency fund, prevention and the future of research. View the photoslick for the forum here . A federal policy update including the short-...
The September 2016 Research Advocate is now online . Highlights from this month include: Research!America’s 2016 National Health Research Forum will tackle relevant and cutting-edge issues on medical research and innovation Thursday, September 8, 11:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET, at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. As policymakers explore ways to modernize our research ecosystem to benefit patients and bring researchers together to work toward national initiatives, experts representing various sectors of the research community will discuss the future of medical progress. September's federal policy agenda-- when members of Congress return to D.C. this month, they face a looming deadline: if no...
The July/August 2016 of The Research Advocate is now online . Highlights from this month include: Announcing a new interactive map and blog as part of the national voter education initiative Campaign for Cures . The user-friendly map of the U.S. features hundreds of quotes on medical progress from candidates across the political spectrum. The Campaign for Cures blog is packed with information related to the election, patient stories, events, and commentary on science, research, and innovation. Registration is now open for the 2016 National Health Research Forum . The event, titled Straight Talk: New Thinking on Tough Challenges , will feature thought-provoking panel discussions on complex...
The May/June 2016 issue of The Research Advocate is now online . Highlights from this month include: Research!America board members Bill Hait, M.D. , Janssen Research & Development, and Keith Yamamoto, Ph.D ., University of California, San Francisco, will be discussing the concept of immorbidity on June 8 at the BIO International Convention. “Medical Research: The Right Prescription for Economic Growth” will be taking place June 6 on the campus of Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) in Rootstown, Ohio. A federal policy update on the Senate Innovations initiative, the current status of appropriations for NIH, NSF and FDA, and the recent announcement of the new AHRQ director. Learn...
The March issue of The Research Advocate is online . Highlights from this month include: Research!America will hold its 27th Annual Meeting of Members at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel, 12:00pm – 1:30pm. The meeting will feature guest speakers senior Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN); Food and Drug Administration commissioner Robert Califf, M.D. ; and Lorri Carey , ALS Association patient advocate. Research conducted at Louisiana institutions benefits not only those in the state but also people across the country, said honorary co-host Senator Bill Cassidy, M.D., (R-LA) during his opening remarks at the Louisiana Research Summit held on February 16 at the University Medical Center in New...
The February issue of The Research Advocate is now online . Highlights from this month include: Senator Roy Blunt (R-MO) and Representative Tom Cole (R-OK) will be honored with the Whitehead Award for Medical Research Advocacy at Research!America's 2016 Advocacy Awards Dinner for increasing investments in research and elevating the importance of medical progress among national priorities. Vice President Biden’s ‘moonshot’ initiative to defeat cancer has received support from many Americans who say they are willing to pay more in taxes to support cancer research, according to a new national public opinion survey commissioned by Research!America. A member spotlight featuring the American...
The January issue of The Research Advocate is now online . Highlights from this month include: Research!America's policy wish list for 2016, which focuses on a number of important policy priorities to build on the progress achieved last year to combat costly and devastating diseases that are taking a toll on our nation’s health and economy. Federal policy update, including information on the FY16 omnibus bill. Member spotlight featuring the Galveston National Laboratory. Talking points from the International Summit on Human Gene Editing held in Washington, D.C., December 1-3, hosted by the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Medicine. A study published in Annals of...
The December 2015 issue of the The Research Advocate is now online . Highlights from this month include: A new report from the Institute of Medicine (IOM) of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine highlighting advances in nursing and areas where more work is needed. An update on the FY16 congressional appropriations process. Public Health Thank You Day on November 23 honored public health heroes. A Member Spotlight featuring the National Medical Association. Collection of essays published by FasterCures from leaders in medical research, highlighting innovative ideas to advance innovation. Download the entire December 2015 Research Advocate as a PDF.
The November 2015 issue of The Research Advocate is now online . Highlights from this month's issue include: The 2016 Advocacy Award recipients are announced. A federal policy update with details on the budget and appropriations agenda in Congress. Register for a webinar featuring AHRQ director, Dr. Kronick. A member spotlight featuring Shire. How you can be involved in Public Health Thank You Day on November 23. Download the entire November 2015 Research Advocate as a PDF.
The October 2015 issue of The Research Advocate is now online . Highlights from this month's issue include: Recap of events in Washington, DC, such as Research!America's National Health Research Forum and the Rally for Medical Research. A federal policy update with details on the budget and appropriations agenda in Congress. A member spotlight featuring the American Society of Gene and Cell Therapy. Information on Research!America's new voter education initiative, Campaign for Cures. Download the entire October 2015 Research Advocate as a PDF .

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