For the first time since 2019, children of NIH’ers got to experience the sights and sounds of the Bethesda campus in person on Apr. 27. At this year's hybrid event, hundreds of children attended activities on the main campus and online.
“The opioid overdose crisis continues to worsen despite substantial efforts to mitigate it,” said Dr. Sharon Walsh of the University of Kentucky. She is one of many principal investigators working to change that trajectory through the HEALing Communities Study.
A little more than a year into her post as FNIH president and CEO, Dr. Julie Gerberding will deploy her default caregiver persona more now for her latest challenge—galvanizing like-minded allies to reach ambitious goals in a post-pandemic world.
In fiscal year 2022, NIH funded nearly 90 U.S. research awards that included collaborations with Thai organizations, making Thailand one of the top countries in the world for joint activities as part of NIH-funded research projects. A delegation from Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) visited NIH’s Bethesda campus on Apr. 20.
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Artistic rendering of ventral tegmental area glutamatergic inputs to nucleus accumbens drive aversion by acting on GABAergic interneurons.