Otolaryngologists-head and neck surgeons are making their mark as competent and productive surgeon-scientists at the NIH in virtually every one of the specialty’s focus areas. Their basic, translational, and clinical research is contributing to the body of knowledge about normal and abnormal structure and function at the molecular, cellular, genetic, and behavioral levels, developing and assessing new diagnostic and intervention strategies, and helping to raise the level of evidence about the effectiveness of existing interventions. With continued institutional and organizational commitment to research training, career development, and support of seed research, this promising trend can continue to grow and stabilize, to the benefit of all stakeholders in the biomedical research enterprise.
Explore This IssueOctober 2007
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