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March 18, 2003
Vol. LV, No. 6

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Apprenticeship Program Honors Graduates
Kowal and Cotton

Omi To Lecture in
NCI Disparity Series

Johnson-Taylor Joins NIDDK Division

EAO Group Elects
New Co-Chairs

News Briefs

New Appointments



Study Subjects Sought

U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services

National Institutes of Health

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'Retrench, Rearm, Replenish, Rejoice'
Former Labor Secretary Offers NIH'ers a 'Practical' Survival Guide

By Carla Garnett

Alexis Herman keynotes NIH's Black History Month program.

As Black History Month, February offers a perfectly appropriate opportunity to wax poetic about pioneers of the past, but according to former Secretary of Labor Alexis Herman, keynote speaker at NIH's 2003 salute to African American history, employees should use the occasion for more than remembering.
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Greenwood To Give Gorgas Lecture,
Apr. 2

By Anne Oplinger

Dr. Brian Greenwood, a distinguished leader in malaria research for more than three decades, will give this year's Gorgas Memorial Leon Jacobs lecture at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Apr. 2, in Wilson Hall, Bldg 1. Titled "Antimalarials and the Prevention of Malaria in the Resident Population of Africa — Getting the Schedule Right," Greenwood's lecture will draw on his extensive laboratory and field research experiences in Nigeria, The Gambia and elsewhere in Africa.
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