The dedicated service and sacrifice by the Division of Personnel Security and Access Control (DPSAC) were formally acknowledged Nov. 10 during the latest stop on NIH leadership’s Gratitude Tour. The hybrid event celebrated achievements well beyond DPSAC’s badge issuance function.
Many organisms reside in the lower digestive tract and dietary changes can affect their composition. In a recent lecture, NIH researchers explored microbial diversity among U.S. immigrants and how different diets affect the gut microbiome.
No, you’re not imagining it. You might really be a “mosquito magnet.” And the smell of your skin is the reason, said Dr. Leslie Vosshall during a recent NIH Director’s Lecture in Lipsett Amphitheater. “There’s nothing that we can do about any of this.”
Tanae Lewis, a 2021-2022 trainee in the Scholars Connect Program (NSCP) at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), recently made history after being named a 2022 Astronaut Scholar—one of just 68 across the nation.
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A mockingbird feasts on berries outside of Bldg. 6 on NIH’s Bethesda campus.