The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is a government agency of the United States whose mission is to seek knowledge about the nature and behavior of living systems and to apply that knowledge to enhance health, lengthen life and reduce illness and disability. NIH works to develop, maintain and renew scientific human and physical resource to ensure the capability of the U.S. to prevent disease. The NIH aims to enhance the economic well-being of the U.S. by expanding the knowledge base in medical and associated sciences and ensuring high return on public investment in research. One of the goals of the NIH is to promote the highest level of scientific integrity, public accountability and social responsibility in the conduct of science.
The NIH provides leadership by conducting and supporting research in the following areas: Diagnosis, prevention and cures for human diseases; Human growth and development; Biological effect of environmental contaminants; Mental, addictive and physical disorders; Programs for collection, dissemination and exchange of information in medicine and health, including training of medical librarians and health information specialists.
A biotechnology and data science company based in Salt Lake City, Utah, founded in 2013, that combines biology with artificial intelligence for drug discovery. Using human cell models of diseases, Recursion captures microscopic images to build biological datasets and computational techniques identify disease-associated biological changes.
Innovative Biochips (iBioChips) is a Sugar Land, Texas-based biotechnology company developing biosensors and lab-on-chip bioassays.
A biotechnology company known for developing small-molecule pharmaceuticals for infectious diseases, inflammatory diseases and cancer. It was founded in 1986 and has headquarters in Durham, North Carolina.
Envisagenics is a biotechnology company founded by Maria Luisa Pineda and Martin Akerman in 2014 and headquartered in New York City, New York using artificial intelligence and RNA sequencing to develop therapeutics to treat genetic diseases.
A medical company in Massachusetts focusing on lowering the cost of vaccine distribution.
A life science instrumentation company developing ellipsometry analysis systems for microplates and slide disposables
Helix is a San Mateo, California-based personal genomics company founded in 2015 by Scott Burke, James Lu and Justin Kao.
SAB Biotherapeutics is a therapeutics and immunotherapy research and development company based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Aldatu Biosciences is a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based medical diagnostics company offering diagnostic tools and a proprietary genotyping platform.
Crinetics Pharmaceuticals is a San Diego-based company founded in 2008 by Scott Struthers, Stephen F. Betz and Yun-Fei Zhu.
Cayman Chemical Company is an Ann Arbor, Michigan-based biotechnology company manufacturing healthcare and research diagnostic tools including assay kits, antibodies, proteins, and biochemicals.
New york technology company specializing in the research and development of open-source software in the fields of computer vision, medical imaging, visualization, 3d data publishing and technical software development
Aqualung Therapeutics is a Tucson, Arizona-based biotechnology company developing anti-inflammatory monoclonal antibody products.
A bio-therapeurtics company developing therapies for inflammatory diseases
Microvascular Therapeutics is a Tuscon, Arizona-based biotechnology company.
Integrated BioTherapeutics is a Rockville, Maryland-based company founded in 2005 by M. Javad Aman.
Novilytic is a West Lafayette, Indiana-based biochemistry analytics company developing diagnostic tools and technology for protecting and securing drugs and medical devices founded in 2013 by Fred Regnier.
Alfred C. Johnson, Ph.D.
Deputy Director for Management
Carrie D. Wolinetz, Ph.D.
Acting Chief of Staff
James M. Anderson, M.D., Ph.D.
Deputy Director for Program Coordination, Planning, and Strategic Initiatives
Lawrence A. Tabak, D.D.S., Ph.D.
Michael M. Gottesman, M.D.
Michael S. Lauer, M.D.