NIH hosts its annual CFC Halloween gathering virtually, as the NIH Fire Department and Division of Police drive the first responder vehicles over for a visit to the Children's Inn at NIH.
The third 5K Walk/Run/Roll, held Oct. 19 by the National Eye Institute (NEI), was the largest ever with more than 500 participants from across NIH. Organizations also staffed booths and kiosks, providing health info and demonstrations.
NIH pets put on a show recently to mark All Hallow’s Eve. Here are several contenders vying for best dressed.
Last year, the National Institute on Drug Abuse partnered with We R Native to host two youth challenges to celebrate the inherent strengths and resilience of Indigenous people that protect against substance use. A YouTube Premiere video that showcases winners of the “I Strengthen My Nation” Challenge competition was released on Aug. 5.
Two fellows in Dr. Charles Venditti’s lab spent many hours over several months crocheting what they’re calling Pam and Pauline’s Plushies for Patients. “These are the coolest handmade stuffed animals I have ever seen,” said Venditti, a senior investigator in NHGRI’s Metabolic Medicine Branch.
Discovery Lake, the 27-acre body of water between the NIEHS campus and facilities of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, can now be enjoyed in a new way through the Discovery Lake Nature Trail virtual guide.
NIH's BIG celebrated Juneteenth by hosting a community outreach event—a school supply drive.
NIEHS marked Juneteenth on June 16 with a lecture by André Vann, coordinator of University Archives and instructor of Public History at North Carolina Central University.
Supporters of 8CRE hosted a “Move for Equity” event on June 20, the federal observance of Juneteenth.
NIH’s main campus in Bethesda was once again one of nearly 100 pit stops in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area for this year’s Bike to Work Day, May 20.