January 10, 2020

  • Dr. Goodenow speaks at podium.

    In Push to End HIV/AIDS, Community Is Vital

    NIH’s Office of AIDS Research recently held “Community and NIH in Partnership to End the HIV Epidemic,” an event aimed at acknowledging and fortifying science’s collaboration with citizen groups.
  • Dr. Giniger addresses audience.

    NINDS’s Giniger Explores What’s Killing Us

    Dr. Edward Giniger, senior investigator in the axon guidance and neural connectivity unit of NINDS, argues that “you can’t measure aging with lifespan—they are two different processes…Lifespan does not measure the rate of aging.”
  • Dr. Olsen talks to audience.

    Peace Corps Director Urges CFC Donations, Volunteers

    A passion for service unites NIH staff and Peace Corps volunteers, observed Dr. Jody Olsen, Peace Corps director and this year’s honorary chair of the Combined Federal Campaign. “What we do personally and professionally interacts with the work of CFC charities every day. And our choosing to make a contribution and/or volunteer with one of the charities to me is a natural extension of who we are as employees and as employees giving service.”
  • Two young women hold a model of a brain.

    Science Day Inspires Next Generation of Researchers

    The sixth annual Science Day hosted recently by NIH aimed to engage students from disadvantaged communities by giving them an opportunity to interact with researchers and mentors here and to explore the world of biomedical sciences.
Technologist talks to patient in a scanner.

On the Cover

Radiology and imaging sciences technologist Rob Evers talks to a patient before a scan in the fully integrated whole-body simultaneous PET/MRI device. The Clinical Center acquired one of the first of these machines, which will contribute to the study of traumatic brain injury and related post-traumatic stress disorder.

Photo: Clinical Center