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Seeking Visiting Scientist for Johnson Space Center

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TRISH has an exciting opportunity for a visiting scientist to lead a Medical Database Project with NASA’s Human Research Program. The selected individual will work remotely with NASA’s Exploration Medical Capability Element. Applications are due Nov. 16, 2020.

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Designing behavioral health solutions for future mars explorers

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Three innovative companies received a TRISH grant to help protect astronaut health and performance on a mission to Mars.

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TRISH Announces Recipients For Space Radiation Solicitation

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TRISH has awarded five research teams to study and develop novel countermeasures against space-relevant ionizing radiation exposure.

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TRISH Selects Five Postdoctoral Fellows

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The fellowships will support the careers of five outstanding early career scientists working in space-translatable life sciences.

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Will Your Idea Help Get Humans to Mars?

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Join TRISH for a free webinar series exploring the most pressing risks to human health in space - NASA’s Red Risks. Learn about these top risks and funding opportunities to help humans travel deeper into space than ever before.

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Life On (the way to) Mars

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Stuck at home with the kids? Visit Mars each week for an interactive chat with a space-health scientist.

Visit Mars Virtually
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Funding Opportunities

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See TRISH's funding opportunities: Learn more about Biomedical Research Advances for Space Health 1901 and an industry-focused opportunity with the Consortia for Improving Medicine with Innovation & Technology. 

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Microbe Therapy for Deep Space

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TRISH investigators at MIT are exploring ways to improve microbial therapies and revealing opportunities for caring for astronauts on the journey to Mars. This promising research was recently published the Journal of Experimental Medicine.

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