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Grayish-colored strands of neutrophil wrap around klebsiella bacterium, shown in pink.

January 25, 2019

  • Dr. Nancy Sullivan talks from podium.

    Sullivan Describes Long-Range Science Match vs. Ebola

    When the most recent Ebola epidemic erupted in West Africa, Dr. Nancy Sullivan and her VRC colleagues already had nearly two decades of groundwork invested in Ebola virus research. Crafting a vaccine is long-game science.
  • Dr. Philip May at podium

    May Describes Prevalence of Fetal Alcohol’s Harms

    There is no safe level of alcohol consumption if you are pregnant. Nonetheless, women who are pregnant sometimes drink, and in some cultures, weekend bingeing of perhaps 3 to 8 drinks a night can yield dangerous outcomes.
  • Dr. George Q. Daley seated, explains his work

    Daley Discusses Potential to Make Blood in the Lab

    Imagine if blood cells could be manufactured, offering an unlimited, universal blood supply for transfusions, transplants and other therapeutic uses. So many would benefit; millions of lives could be saved. Decades of research have brought us much closer to the possibility.
  • Dr. Sharpless speaks at podium

    Senescent Cells Block Cancer, Contribute to Aging

    A process that prevents damaged cells from dividing also prevents the development of cancer, said NCI director Dr. Ned Sharpless. But over time, these cells might contribute to diseases associated with advanced age.
Grayish-colored strands of neutrophil wrap around klebsiella bacterium, shown in pink.

On the Cover

Human neutrophil interacts with Klebsiella pneumoniae (pink), a multidrug-resistant bacterium that causes severe hospital infections.

Photo: NIAID

The NIH Record

The NIH Record, founded in 1949, is the biweekly newsletter for employees of the National Institutes of Health.

Published 25 times each year, it comes out on payday Fridays.

Associate Editor: Carla Garnett
Carla.Garnett@nih.gov

Staff Writers:

Eric Bock
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Dana Talesnik
Dana.Talesnik@nih.gov

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