NIH Record - National Institutes of Health
Two neurons in the locust brain, one red and one blue

July 12, 2019

  • 118th ACD Tackles Range of Major Issues

    The 118th meeting of the advisory committee to the NIH director offered good news on promoting workforce diversity, the BRAIN Initiative and artificial intelligence in medicine. Thornier issues included changing the workplace culture around sexual harassment and concerns about foreign influence in biomedical research.
  • Scholars Use Digital Tools to Explore Medical History

    Three medical historians explore how new digital platforms are bringing a fresh perspective to their historical data. They and their editors spoke at a recent NLM forum.
  • Meeting Offers Updates on IRP, Security Policies

    Members of NIH’s leadership outlined a new policy that will place term limits on intramural laboratory and branch chiefs and discussed campus security policies at the Assembly of Scientists annual town hall meeting in Masur Auditorium on May 21.
  • NIH Training Center Is Heading to White Flint

    In July, the NIH Training Center moves to its new location, a state-of-the-art facility right near the White Flint metro.
Two neurons in the locust brain, one red and one blue

On the Cover

Composite image shows two neurons in the locust brain (one colored orange, one colored blue) that process information about odors.

Mark Stopfer

The NIH Record

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