The National Symphony Orchestra presented “A Sound Health Concert” in the atrium of the Clinical Research Center on Sept. 26, thrilling an audience of patients, staff and visitors with nine selections performed under the baton of Steven Reineke.
During this year’s annual government-wide Feds Feed Families campaign, NIH donated 49,228 pounds of non-perishable food items, greatly exceeding the 28,000-pound goal.
Performing a “Concert with Two Flutes” recently at the Clinical Research Center’s first-floor atrium were Dr. Sarah Frisof and Sonia Candelaria.
Every summer, Poster Day draws hundreds of young trainees--most of them toting posters--to Natcher Bldg., where they show off their labors.
NIH’s own research suggests that walking and running regularly may lower your risk of high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes, strengthen your bones and muscles and help to maintain a healthy weight. Many NIH’ers followed their agency’s exercise recommendations.
The second annual Secret Little Car Show at the Children’s Inn at NIH once again united avid car fans and a mix of beautiful and rare vehicles with one goal in mind: to bring joy to seriously ill children and their families who stay at the inn.
The NIH Police hosted their 27th annual NIH Police Awareness event on National Peace Officers’ Memorial Day, May 15, on the front lawn of Bldg. 1.
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.