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Hatfield Visits Clinical Research Center Building Site

Photos by Ernie Branson

Mark O. Hatfield, former U.S. senator from Oregon, shows those qualities hailed in his state's song — health and vigor. He is a member of the National Advisory Council on Aging of the National Institute on Aging.

Margie DeBolt, project architect of the Clinical Research Center, describes details of the building exterior to Sen. Hatfield and his wife Annette.

The new CRC, which is scheduled to open in 2002, will create an environment for scientific and clinical opportunities. On the CRC tour with Sen. Hatfield are (from l) Steve Ficca, director, Office of Research Services; Dr. Terrie Wetle, deputy director, National Institute on Aging; Dr. Ruth Kirschstein, acting director, NIH; Dr. Richard Hodes, director, National Institute on Aging, who hosted Hatfield's visit; and Dr. John Gallin, director, Clinical Center.

Standing in front of the CRC building site are (from l) Ficca, Gallin, Hatfield and his wife Annette, Wetle (who happens to be a native Oregonian) and Yong-Duk Chyun, CRC project director.

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