Research reported on in this publication was supported by the following grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH):
Scientists Take Big Step Toward Finding Non-addictive Pain Killer: National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse grants R01DA032568, R01DA027811, R44DA042465, R21DA040104 and R21DA044775. Additional support: U.S. Department of Defense W81XWH-13-2-0045.
New Evidence Found for Role of Diet in Breast Health: Grant to Carol Shively from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute R01HL087103. Additional support: Chronic Disease Research Fund (KLC), American Cancer Society Research Scholar grant RSG-16-204-01-NEC (KLC), a Susan G. Komen Career Catalyst Research grant CCR18547795 (KLC) and the Prevent Cancer Foundation (KLC).
A Good Source of Beneficial Probiotics: Baby Poop?: Center for Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism; the Kermit Glenn Phillips II Chair in Cardiovascular Medicine; the National Institutes of Health-funded Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Center P30AG12232, R01AG18915, R01DK114224. Additional support: Clinical and Translational Science Center UL1TR001420 at Wake Forest School of Medicine; and the Department of Defense PR170446.
Genetic Marker Identified for Gastric Cancer Prognosis: Partially supported by the Program for Changjiang Scholars and Innovative Research Team in University in China (IRT14R40 to Kexin Chen). Boris Pasche, MD, is the principal investigator of the Cancer Center Support Grant from the National Cancer Institute to the Comprehensive Cancer Center of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (P30 CA012197).
“Mindful People” Feel Less Pain; MRI Imaging Pinpoints Supporting Brain Activity: National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health grants R21-AT007247, F32-AT006949, K99/R00-AT008238 and F30-AT009165; the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, R01-NS239426. Additional support: Mind and Life Institute Francisco J. Varela Award and the Wake Forest Center for Integrative Medicine.