NIDCR's clinical director Dr. Janet Lee spoke on improved diagnoses through new imaging technologies at the Asian and Pacific Islander American Organization's annual awards ceremony.
Dr. Jessica Gill, chief of the brain injury unit in NINR’s Division of Intramural Research, has been selected as a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing.
Richard "Richie" Taffet retired on Dec. 31 after nearly 49 years of federal service, capping his career as the Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD)-12 program manager.
Dr. James R. Ganaway, who retired after 33 years of federal service in the summer of 1984 as NIH’s principal expert on naturally occurring infectious diseases of laboratory animals, died Oct. 4 at age 91 in Lewes, Del.
For the past 30 years at NIH, if you needed photos taken by medical arts, chances are you got one of The Brothers—Bill or Ernie Branson.
Jun-mo Nam, formerly a biostatistician in the Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, NCI, died on Jan. 4.
Three NIH’ers and one recent retiree were recognized with Presidential Rank Awards recently at an all-day leadership summit at Washington’s Mayflower Hotel.
NIDDK alumnus Dr. Cornelis P.J. “Neil” Glaudemans, 85, died on Feb. 1 following a series of respiratory and cardiac complications.
Dr. Charles E. Land, an internationally acclaimed statistical expert on radiation risk assessment, died Jan. 25 at his home in Portugal.
NIDCR postdoctoral fellow Dr. Sang-A Park, 27, was hit by a car on the NIH campus on Monday, Jan. 22. She died several hours later.