Academic journal article Environmental Health Perspectives

Cardiovascular, Lung, and Blood Immunobiology in Health and Disease

Academic journal article Environmental Health Perspectives

Cardiovascular, Lung, and Blood Immunobiology in Health and Disease

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The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) invites research grant applications to conduct studies on the immunobiology of health and disease in the cardiovascular, pulmonary, and blood systems. The intent of this request for applications is to stimulate research that will increase fundamental knowledge of the cellular and molecular components and mechanisms and signaling processes that regulate the immune system in cardiovascular, pulmonary, and blood tissues, and that are important in healthy tissue maintenance, damaged tissue repair, and disease pathogenesis. Optional letters of intent are due 1 March 2001, with applications due 29 March 2001.

This request for applications is intended to solicit applications to investigate components, molecular mechanisms, and signaling processes that are involved in and regulate the immune and inflammatory systems, and that are important in cardiovascular, pulmonary, or blood disease pathogenesis or maintaining healthy tissue in these systems. Multidisciplinary studies that bring together investigators with expertise in immunology, inflammation, and molecular and cellular biology with investigators with expertise in the cardiovascular, pulmonary, or hematologic system are encouraged, as are those that address basic areas that have the potential to lead to development of new treatments. …

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