This program is open to low-income, HIV positive residents of San Diego County who are healthy enough to not require meal deliveries, but whose health would benefit from a free grocery supplement.
Created in 2006, this program home-delivers meals to people living with cancer, under age 60, who are physically and/or mentally unable to prepare their own meals.
The MRSP is a robust, innovative one-year research training program for our most outstanding students. We provide intensive training for medical, dental and veterinary students at the NIH campus.
The Edmond J. Safra Family Lodge opened in 2005 to provide a home away from home, free of charge, for families and loved ones of adult patients receiving care at the NIH Clinical Center.
The Foundation for the NIH is a leader in addressing complex scientific and health issues. Our donors advance scientific discovery, support our next generation's scientists and improve human health.
The goal of the Biomarkers Consortium Bone Quality Project is to advance the qualification of biomarkers for drug development and patient management in osteoporosis.
The NIH’s largest public-private partnership on brain research, ADNI tracks normal, mildly cognitively impaired, and Alzheimer's disease brain changes to measure the progression of the condition.
Our program is aimed to enhance the health of athletes at all levels, and to extend the impact of that research to benefit others in the general population, including members of the military.
Our center combines clinical, translational, and basic research into one of the world's leading ALS Centers of excellence. We also provide care and support to patients and their circles.
The University of California San Diego is advancing knowledge through excellence in education and research at the undergraduate, graduate, professional and postdoctoral levels.