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Scientist Emeritus Cabib Is Mourned

Dr. Enrico Cabib, retired NIH principal investigator and valued colleague and friend, died Feb. 24. His scientific mind and sense of humor enriched NIH since 1967, when he joined NIDDK as a principal investigator.

Memorial Service Set for R&W’s Cole

Margaritha Barbara Cole—who was the welcoming face of the R&W gift shop on the B1 level of Bldg. 31 for 27 years—died in 2020 at age 84. Plans for a memorial service had been put on hold due to the pandemic.

10 NIHer’s Among Newly Elected AAAS Fellows

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) elected 505 scientists, engineers and innovators from around the world and across all disciplines to its 2022 class of fellows. Ten NIHer’s are among the electees.

OCPL’s Kolberg Remembered

NIH mourns the unexpected passing of Rebecca Kolberg, chief of the NIH Director’s Presentations Branch in the Office of Communications and Public Liaison (OCPL), who had retired Dec. 31 after a 20-year NIH career.

FIC’s Director Glass Steps Down

Dr. Roger I. Glass stepped down Jan. 14 as director of the Fogarty International Center (FIC) and NIH associate director for international research. He plans to remain at Fogarty as senior scientist emeritus.

Former SRO Ehrenspeck Is Mourned

Dr. Gerhard Ehrenspeck, 81, retired scientific review officer, Center for Scientific Review (CSR), passed away on Jan. 3 from complications of cancer treatment.

After 28 Years, NINDS’s Smith Retires

Dr. Jeffrey Smith, chief of the cellular and systems neurobiology section (CSNS) in the Basic Neuroscience Program at NINDS, retired on Dec. 31, after 28 years of service to NIH—all with NINDS.

The NIH Record

The NIH Record, founded in 1949, is the biweekly newsletter for employees of the National Institutes of Health.

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