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Clinical Center RoundTable

A new television series premiered Jan. 15 — Clinical Center RoundTable. Broadcast live from a Bldg. 10 television studio to hospitals and academic health-care centers nationwide, each 1-hour program features a panel of NIH scientists discussing the latest clinical research on each topic. Dr. John Gallin, Clinical Center director, is the moderator, and viewers are encouraged to call in with questions and comments. "In addition to highlighting current research, we plan to provide more clinically relevant information for our hospital-based viewers," said Gallin. "We want to reach out to a segment of the medical public that may not be familiar with what we do here, and how it affects their practice."

On the RoundTable set for the Jan. 15 broadcast are (from l)
Drs. Brad Wood, Andrew Arai, John Gallin, R. Nick Bryan and Ronald Summers.

Programs will be simulcast in Lipsett Amphitheater at noon and all are welcome to attend. The inaugural broadcast, "What's New in the Imaging Sciences?" featured Dr. R. Nick Bryan, chief of diagnostic radiology and associate director for radiologic imaging sciences, and his colleagues Drs. Andrew Arai, Brad Wood and Ronald M. Summers. Future programs will cover: Cutting-Edge Issues in Antiretroviral Therapy; Hepatitis C; Organ Transplantation; Managing Depression; Bone Marrow Transplantation; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Current Issues in the Management of Breast Cancer; Brain Attack: Acute and Ongoing Management Issues; Frontiers in Immunization: New and Improved Vaccines.

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