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Assistant Secretary for Health Visits NIH

Giroir with Dr. Jeffrey Boyington and Dr. Michelle Crank.

Giroir gets an update on the need for a flu vaccine from Dr. Jeffrey Boyington and Dr. Michelle Crank.

Photo: Lisa Helfert

NIAID director Dr. Anthony Fauci welcomes Giroir to NIH.

NIAID director Dr. Anthony Fauci welcomes Giroir to NIH.

Photo: Lisa Helfert

Boyington shows Dr. Fauci details of a flu virus model.

Boyington shows Dr. Fauci details of a flu virus model.

Photo: Lisa Helfert

Adm. Brett Giroir, who became HHS assistant secretary for health on Feb. 15, visited NIH on May 3, touring the Vaccine Research Center and meeting with NIH senior leadership to discuss opioids and the Common Rule. He also met with institute and program directors (All of Us, the Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes Program and the NHLBI Sickle Cell Program) before receiving a laboratory presentation on a universal flu vaccine.

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