Dr. Anthony Fauci, set to retire from the agency he had served continuously since 1972 (and as a clinical associate from 1968 to 1971), and a few dozen of his dearest friends and colleagues came together for the only farewell event he wanted: a small, straightforward, no-nonsense observance.
It’s been nearly a year since Ukraine began battling Russia’s incursion, a war that has devastated Ukraine’s health system. In December, Ukraine’s Minister of Health Dr. Viktor Liashko visited the Clinical Center to discuss his country’s health needs during wartime and beyond, and how deepening ties with NIH might further those efforts.
Dr. Brigitte Widemann of the National Cancer Institute was honored as 2022’s featured speaker at the annual Anita B. Roberts Lecture Series—“Distinguished Women Scientists at NIH." She discussed her research on NF1, the most common single gene disorder in the nervous system.