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Searches Task Book Report bibliographies, as provided by investigators who have attributed publications within the Task Book reports to their NASA-funded research.

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Project Type: FLIGHT GeneLab GROUND GROUND/New Investigation INTERDISCIPLINARY TRANSITIONAL ATD
Responsible Center: Click to show info NASA ARC NASA GRC NASA HQ NASA JPL NASA JSC NASA KSC NASA LaRC NASA MSFC NSBRI TRI for Space Health
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BHP
Behavioral Health & Performance
ExMC
Exploration Medical Capabilities
HFBP
Human Factors & Behavioral Performance (IRP Rev H)
HHC
Human Health Countermeasures
ISSMP
ISS Medical Project
SHFH
Space Human Factors & Habitability
SR
Space Radiation
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Space Biology
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Cell & Molecular Biology     Microbiology     Animal Biology: Vertebrate     Animal Biology: Invertebrate     Plant Biology    
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Cross-Element Disciplines:
Reproductive Biology     Developmental Biology     Musculoskeletal Biology     Immunology     Neurobiology    
Space Biology
Special Categories:
Cell Culture     Translational (Countermeasure) Potential     Bioregenerative Life Support    
Research Areas for Physical Sciences (FY2013 forward): BIOPHYSICS (formerly known as BIOTECHNOLOGY)     COMBUSTION SCIENCE     COMPLEX FLUIDS     FLUID PHYSICS     FUNDAMENTAL PHYSICS     MATERIALS SCIENCE    

Research Areas for Human Research Program:
HUMAN RESEARCH (Detail, Hide)
   
   Behavior and performance
   Biomedical countermeasures
   Environmental health
   Operational and clinical research
   Physiology
   Radiation Biology
   Radiation health
   Space Human Factors Engineering
TRI FOR SPACE HEALTH (FY2017-)
NSBRI (Categorization from 5/1/2008-5/31/2017) (Detail, Hide)
   Cardiovascular Alterations Team
   Human Factors and Performance Team
   Musculoskeletal Alterations Team
   Neurobehavioral and Psychosocial Factors Team
   Radiation Effects Team
   Sensorimotor Adaptation Team
   Smart Medical Systems and Technology Team
NSBRI Teams (Categorization prior to 5/1/2008) (Detail, Hide)
   Bone Loss Team
   Cardiovascular Alterations Team
   Human Performance Factors, Sleep, and Chronobiology Team
   Immunology, Infection and Hematology Team
   Muscle Alterations and Atrophy Team
   Neurobehavioral and Psychosocial Factors Team
   Neurovestibular Adaptation Team
   Nutrition, Physical Fitness, and Rehabilitation Team
   Radiation Effects Team
   Sensorimotor Adaptation Team
   Smart Medical Systems Team
   Technology Development Team
ADVANCED HUMAN SUPPORT TECHNOLOGIES (FY2004-2010)

Research Areas for Space Biology:
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   Advanced human support technologies
   Cellular and molecular biology
   Developmental biology
   Evolutionary biology
   Molecular structures and physical interactions
   Organismal biology
   Radiation biology

Research Areas for Physical Sciences:
BIOPHYSICS
COMPLEX FLUIDS
RADIATION SHIELDING
FLUID PHYSICS
COMBUSTION SCIENCE
BIOTECHNOLOGY
FUNDAMENTAL PHYSICS
MATERIALS SCIENCE
OTHER


Source may be a journal name, book title, government or company technical document title, meeting name, etc. Source name values may not be standardized and thus be listed in several ways; that is, there may be more than one source name for the same publication. Journal title abbreviations are often used, as well as full journal names. An example is the journal abbreviation for Radiation Research, which is Radiat Res; thus it may be beneficial to search "Radiat" instead of "Radiation" to return maximum results.
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Human Research Program Risks *

A specific human health and performance risk, in relation to successful completion of exploration missions and preservation of astronaut health over the long-term.

* based on Human Research Program Integrated Research Plan, Revision A, January 2009.
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Human Research Program Gaps *

A lack of information in knowledge or ability to perform a task.

* based on Human Research Program Integrated Research Plan, Revision A, January 2009.
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Human Research Program Elements

Human Research Program (HRP) Elements are focused on critical areas of research & technology development that address the highest priority crew health and safety risks.

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Responsible Center:

NASA ARC: NASA Ames Research Center
NASA GRC: NASA Glenn Research Center
NASA HQ: NASA Headquarters
NASA JPL: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
NASA JSC: NASA Johnson Space Center
NASA KSC: NASA Kennedy Space Center
NASA LaRC: NASA Langley Research Center
NASA MSFC: NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
NSBRI: National Space Biomedical Research Institute
TRI for Space Health: Translational Research Institute for Space Health


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