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After 20 Years, Edmonds Retires from NIGMS

Dr. Charles G. Edmonds retired from his position as program director in NIGMS’s Division of Cell Biology and Biophysics recently, putting a cap on a remarkable globe-trotting, highly interdisciplinary career.

NIA Mourns Morrison-Bogorad

Dr. Marcelle Morrison-Bogorad, who was director of NIA’s Division of Neuroscience for 14 years, died in September in Costa Rica, where she retired from NIA in 2010 to enjoy “la pura vida.”

NCI’s Vydelingum Mourned

Dr. Nadarajen Vydelingum, fondly known as Nada, passed away on Aug. 28. He was a cell biologist, educator, researcher and health administrator. He had retired from the National Cancer Institute 3 years ago.

Schairer Retires from NCI

Dr. Catherine Schairer, senior staff scientist in NCI’s Metabolic Epidemiology Branch (MEB), retired from the Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics in September after 37 years of service. She is best known for her work on female breast cancer.

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