Tag Archive: National Institute of Health

Oct 14 2013

Shut up and work:We wouldn’t be at this point if Congress had done its job over the last several months.

For the first time in 17 years, Congress failed to provide the funding to keep the entire government running. So now you have two classes of government service and two classes of employees: “essential” and “nonessential.” If you run a national park, you aren’t essential. If you work in a government lab, you might be …

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Jun 28 2012

UTT Assistant Professor awarded

Dr. Neil Dong, assistant professor of health and kinesiology at The University of Texas at Tyler, has been awarded nearly $385,000 from the National Institute of Health to examine fracture risks of the human spine, Dr. Michael Odell, associate vice president for sponsored research and director of federal relations, announced. Effective July 1, Dong will …

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