Last Chance To Comment on BRAC Impact
The public comment period on the planned relocation of Walter Reed to the National Naval Medical Center ends on Wednesday, Jan. 28. NIH has closely followed this issue because of its impact on local traffic and services and has concluded that: NIH employees and patients will be adversely impacted by the BRAC move; NIH’s ability to attract and retain a high-quality workforce will be affected; and NIH must take internal and external measures to mitigate the impact of BRAC, both short- and long-term. Comments can be submitted to the Navy via email at NNMCEIS@med.navy.mil or by fax at (301) 295-5020. Comments can also be mailed to BRAC Program Manager, Navy Medicine National Capital Area, 8901 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20889-5600.
FAES Bookstore Holds Sale
The Foundation Bookstore, located on the B1 level of Bldg. 10, is a place to find your next book. For a limited time, all fiction and nonfiction
books currently in stock will be 20 percent off. The store stocks all textbooks for FAES classes for the spring semester. For more information,
visit the store or call (301) 496-5272.
NIH-Duke Training in Clinical Research
Applications for the 2008-2009 NIH-Duke Training Program in Clinical Research are now available in the Clinical Center, Office of Clinical Research Training and Medical Education, Bldg. 10, Rm. B1L403.
The NIH-Duke program, implemented in 1998, is designed primarily for physicians and dentists who desire formal training in the quantitative
and methodological principles of clinical research. The program is offered via videoconference
at the CC. Academic credit earned by participating in this program may be applied toward satisfying the degree requirement for a master of health sciences in clinical research from Duke School of Medicine.
For more information about course work and tuition
costs, visit http://tpcr.mc.duke.edu. Email queries about the program may be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for applying is Mar. 1. Applicants who have been accepted into the program will be notified by July 1.
Science Fair Judges Needed
ScienceMONTGOMERY, the volunteer organization sponsoring Montgomery County, Md.’s annual junior-senior science fair, invites NIH staff to sign up to judge on Saturday, Mar. 15 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the Reckord Armory at the University of Maryland, College Park. For judging categories, other details and to sign up, visit www.ScienceMontgomery.org. The fair presents the top projects of the county’s middle and high school students.
DDM Management Seminars Continue
The second lecture in the Deputy Director for Management Seminar Series will take place on Thursday, Feb. 14 from 11 a.m. to noon in Masur Auditorium, Bldg. 10. A light reception will follow. Dr. Al Siebert will present “Resiliency Strengths for Managing Non-Stop Change.” Siebert is internationally
recognized for his research into the inner nature of highly resilient survivors. No pre-registration
is required for the lecture. Seminars are open to all. Videocasting and sign language are provided for each event. For more information and the complete
schedule for the series, visit www.ddmseries.od.nih.gov/ or call the Office of Management at (301) 496-3271.
NIH Library Offers Winter Classes
Enhance your information retrieval with a free class from the NIH Library. Quosa, EndNote, Reference Manager, Web of Science, PubMed and more are featured resources in the NIH Library winter class schedule. Register now for February and March hands-on training. For details on all classes, visit http://nihlibrary.nih.gov/ResourceTraining/.