Excited to see colleagues in person? Wondering where to park? Curious what amenities await? As thousands of NIH'ers return to the office, here's your concise guide to safety, traffic, dining and other amenities.
Dr. Lataisia Jones of NINDS is one of 120 STEM innovators featured in #IfThenSheCan—The Exhibit, which debuted at the Smithsonian in D.C. during Women’s History Month. The exhibit celebrates contemporary women leaders from science, tech, engineering and medicine.
Modern reproductive medicine has its origins in slavery, said Dr. Deirdre Cooper Owens during a Feb. 10 NLM History of Medicine talk. “Physicians in the South developed the field of obstetrics and gynecology as quickly as they did because of their access to enslaved bodies,” said Cooper Owens.