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Research Funding

Research reported on in this publication was supported by the following grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH):

Head Impact Exposure Increases as Youth Football Players Get Older, Bigger: National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke awards R01NS094410 and R01NS082453.

Researchers Find Way to Induce Pancreatic Cancer Cell Death: National Cancer Institute under awards P3CA012197 to Wake Forest Baptist Comprehensive Cancer Center and P30CA016672 to MD Anderson Cancer Center. This work also was supported by a grant from the National Foundation for Cancer Research to Zhang.

Large Study Finds New Genetic Markers for Lupus: Key support provided by the Lupus Research Alliance and the NIH.

Pre-pregnancy Obesity Increases Risk for Neurocognitive Problems for Premature Babies: National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, 5U01NS040069-05 and 2R01NS040069-06A2, and the National Institute of Child Health and Development, 5P30HD018655-28.

Routine Test for Kidney Function Proves Valuable for Stroke Patients: National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, P30DK096493.

Brain Volume Predicts Successful Weight Loss in the Elderly: National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute grant R18HL07644 and National Institute of Aging grant P3AG021332.

Older Obese Adults Can Benefit from Moderate Exercise: The LIFE study was funded by a NIH/National Institute on Aging Cooperative Agreement UO1 AG22376 and a supplement from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute 3U01AG022376-05A2S, and sponsored in part by the Intramural Research Program, National Institute on Aging.

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