NIMHD hosted its third 5K to celebrate National Minority Health Month. The event brings awareness to health disparities that affect racial and ethnic minority populations.
The Clinical Research Center is often the site for stellar entertainment, especially in spring.
On May 20, 1949, the NIH Record debuted on campus. It has been published continuously since then, a product of the Office of the Director’s Office of Communications and Public Liaison. For 70 years, the newsletter has had the privilege of telling NIH stories about itself, a biweekly snapshot of the progress of medical research at its leading edge.
An 11.7-Tesla magnet for advanced MRI studies—the largest of its kind in the world—was delivered to the advanced magnetic resonance imaging section in Bldg. 10. Unlike last fall’s delivery of a 19-ton magnet through the facility’s roof, this one entered through a side bay door at NIH’s NMR Center.
On Mar. 1, Dr. Dorian McGavern’s lab in NINDS celebrated its 10th anniversary at NIH.
NIH has made significant strides to create a safer Bethesda campus for pedestrians. In 2019, new safety improvements are planned at several more intersections.
Holiday events in December 2018 draw children and employees.
NIH’ers braved snow and bitter cold temperatures to attend a special dance event on National Wear Red Day, This year’s theme, #OurHearts, emphasizes the power of social support in helping people make heart-healthy choices.
For the second year in a row, First Lady Melania Trump visited the Children’s Inn at NIH on Valentine’s Day.
The National Eye Institute hosted a 5K run/walk on Oct. 24 as part of a year-long celebration of its 50th anniversary.