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November 13, 2001
Vol. LIII, No. 23

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Flu Fighter Webster To Give Kinyoun Lecture, Nov. 19

MEDLINE and 'Plus' Version Celebrate Birthdays

Harvard's Livingston To Give Khoury Lecture

Self Selected
New OEO Director

Plenary Session on Lupus

NIH Honors Scholarship Program Participants

NICHD Offsets
Food Bank Shortfall

NIH Influenza
Vaccination Schedule

Mobile Mammography Screening at NIH

News Briefs

New Appointments


Study Subjects Sought

U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services

National Institutes of Health

NIH Record Archives


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Campus Building Like No Other
New Porter Neuroscience Facility Will Be One of World's Largest

By Carla Garnett

The soon-to-be-built John Edward Porter Neuroscience Research Center will be like no other building on campus, because of the unique interinstitute cooperation of the investigators who will conduct research in the building, according to NIMH director Dr. Steve Hyman. Hyman, along with former NINDS director Dr. Gerald Fischbach, initiated the concept for the new laboratory building in discussions with former NIH director Dr. Harold Varmus.
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NINDS/NIMH Celebrate Brain Science at Gala

By Shannon E. Garnett

Dr. Stanley Prusiner and Reporter Leslie Stahl talk about the excitement of research during the Nobel laureate panel discussion.

Brain science has come a long way in the last 50 years. We now know more about the brain and nervous system than ever before. Yet, there is still much to learn and more research to do. That was the resounding message heard at the jointly sponsored NINDS-NIMH 50th Anniversary Symposium held recently at the Natcher Conference Center.
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