Dr. Francis Collins said a "cloud of uncertainty" has been cast over public confidence in a vaccine.
Trump's NIH Director Condemns His Maskless Michigan Rally: 'Twisted Decision-Making That Makes No Sense'
"This is not a planet that has much promise for the future if something that is so straightforward can somehow get twisted into decision-making that really makes no sense," NIH Director Francis Collins said Thursday. "As a scientist, I'm pretty puzzled and rather disheartened."
The CDC has told public health officials in all states and territories to plan for hypothetical coronavirus vaccines by late October or early November.
The National Institutes of Health have launched a placebo-controlled trial testing the safety and efficacy of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin as a treatment for COVID-19.
In a letter to NIH director Francis Collins, and shared with Newsweek, the actress says animal experiments have not yielded a "single treatment for humans in any mental or physical health area."
Dr. Anthony Fauci offered simple advice to elderly or vulnerably ill Americans in the wake of the outbreak.
Alzheimer's research continues to get major funding from places like the National Institutes for Health, the National Institute on Aging and private donors.
A high-tech, graphene-based film may help to shield people from disease-carrying mosquitoes, according to a new study funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Think twice about trying this.
The DASH diet reads less like a fad diet than like a healthy eating plan.
Plus, it's delicious.
There are virtually no regulations for CRISPR technology.
While President Trump took the oath of office, researchers took to Twitter to tout the marvels of scientific innovation.
While Tinder reigned at the Sochi Games, the mosquito-borne illness is set to take over Olympics culture in Rio de Janeiro.
The move was prompted by a petition from Senator Rand Paul.
A new analysis suggests government funding for studies is shrinking, forcing researchers to turn to the pharmaceutical industry to support essential research.
The SPRINT trial has taken the medical community by surprise—and for a number of reasons.
In response to attacks, the organization said clinics won't seek reimbursement.
Enemas for cancer, acupuncture for pain: Who cares if the "cures" don't work?
New research makes a case for more aggressive treatment of hypertension in certain patient populations.