Learn more about NHLBI-funded researcher Dr. Viola Vaccarino and her work in the role of psychological stress on heart disease risk.
Microscopic images from NHLBI researchers, grantees, on display at Dulles International Airport and an accompanying online gallery. Learn more.
University of Chicago researcher Dr. Phyllis Zee discusses the science of circadian rhythms and the perils of bad sleep with NHLBI Director Dr. Gary H. Gibbons. Read more
The NHLBI and the NIH have provided more than 40 healthy recipe cards for you and your family, from breakfast to dinner to snacks. Check them out, and happy cooking!
The NHLBI provides science based, plain-language information related to heart, lung, and blood diseases and conditions and sleep disorders.
Clinical trials are a key research tool for advancing medical knowledge and patient care. Find out more about clinical trials available for patients.
Trustworthy guidelines should be based on a systematic evidence review, developed by panel of multidiciplinary experts, provide a clear explanation of the logical relationships between alternative care options and health outcomes, and provide ratings of both the quality of evidence and the strength of the recommendations.
The NHLBI is committed to helping researchers establish independent careers. To this end, the Institute has posted a Web page listing resources available.
NHLBI Researchers Work Featured in Airport Art Show
The exhibit will be on view at Washington Dulles International Airport's Gateway Gallery through November 2014. The gallery, en route to Concourse C, is in a two-level walkway through which about 2.5 million passengers pass each year. Read full fact sheet
July 16, 2014
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