Clinical Center News
May / June 2024
2024 NIH Safety, Health, and Wellness Day
The 2024 National Institutes of Health (NIH) Safety, Health and Wellness Day will be held on Tuesday, June 18, 2024, from 11:00am – 2:00pm, at the 6th Floor Conference Center of Building 31, C Wing on the NIH Bethesda campus. Everyone is welcome.
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Microaggressions: Strategies for Change
Seeking to cultivate a culture of teamwork and collaboration, the Clinical Center has sponsored a series of events to foster healthy workplace dynamics.
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The Quest to Find Better Interventions for Children with Cerebral Palsy
Inside the NIH Clinical Center, a "pint"-size lab is making an outsize impact on children living with cerebral palsy. Known as the Pediatric Imaging and Neuroplasticity Team, or PINT, the lab is part of the Rehabilitation Medicine Department's Neurorehabilitation and Biomechanics Research Section and is led by Diane Damiano, PhD.
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Clinical trials at NIH Clinical Center in need of participants
Latest information on research studies looking for volunteers.
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Clinical Center Honors Its Own Nobel Laureate
The Clinical Center recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the NIH History Center and Stetten Museum exhibit on Dr. Harvey Alter.
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Leap(ing) Into Rare Disease Day
February 29 saw the return of the annual NIH Rare Disease Day 2024 conference, which is sponsored by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences and the Clinical Center.
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2024 NIH Safety, Health, and Wellness Day
The 2024 National Institutes of Health (NIH) Safety, Health and Wellness Day will be held on Tuesday, June 18, 2024, from 11:00am – 2:00pm, at the 6th Floor Conference Center of Building 31, C Wing on the NIH Bethesda campus. Everyone is welcome.
Full Story
The Quest to Find Better Interventions for Children with Cerebral Palsy
Inside the NIH Clinical Center, a "pint"-size lab is making an outsize impact on children living with cerebral palsy. Known as the Pediatric Imaging and Neuroplasticity Team, or PINT, the lab is part of the Rehabilitation Medicine Department's Neurorehabilitation and Biomechanics Research Section and is led by Diane Damiano, PhD.
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Leap(ing) Into Rare Disease Day
February 29 saw the return of the annual NIH Rare Disease Day 2024 conference, which is sponsored by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences and the Clinical Center.
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Healing through Music
To celebrate Black History Month, the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility Advisory Committee (DEIAAC) and the Office of Communications & Media Relations' Music in the Atrium series joined forces to present a special performance featuring the vibrant music of Howard University's Music Department.
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Center for Cellular Engineering Unveils New Manufacturing Facility
The Center for Cellular Engineering (CCE) will soon unveil its new, roughly $20 million Modular Terrace Facility.
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How the NIH Clinical Center Cured Elyas Khandwalla
Participating in a clinical trial, a seventh-grader received a life-saving bone marrow transplant, shedding light on a promising new preoperative conditioning treatment.
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2024 NIH Safety, Health, and Wellness Day
The 2024 National Institutes of Health (NIH) Safety, Health and Wellness Day will be held on Tuesday, June 18, 2024, from 11:00am – 2:00pm, at the 6th Floor Conference Center of Building 31, C Wing on the NIH Bethesda campus. Everyone is welcome.
Full Story
Microaggressions: Strategies for Change
Seeking to cultivate a culture of teamwork and collaboration, the Clinical Center has sponsored a series of events to foster healthy workplace dynamics.
Full Story
The Quest to Find Better Interventions for Children with Cerebral Palsy
Inside the NIH Clinical Center, a "pint"-size lab is making an outsize impact on children living with cerebral palsy. Known as the Pediatric Imaging and Neuroplasticity Team, or PINT, the lab is part of the Rehabilitation Medicine Department's Neurorehabilitation and Biomechanics Research Section and is led by Diane Damiano, PhD.
Full Story
Clinical Center Honors Its Own Nobel Laureate
The Clinical Center recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the NIH History Center and Stetten Museum exhibit on Dr. Harvey Alter.
Full Story
Leap(ing) Into Rare Disease Day
February 29 saw the return of the annual NIH Rare Disease Day 2024 conference, which is sponsored by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences and the Clinical Center.
Full Story
Healing through Music
To celebrate Black History Month, the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility Advisory Committee (DEIAAC) and the Office of Communications & Media Relations' Music in the Atrium series joined forces to present a special performance featuring the vibrant music of Howard University's Music Department.
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Looking for safety superstars
NIH is accepting Mission First Safety Always award nominations through December 31, 2023.
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Interested in healthy eating and the mediterranean diet?
Is a Mediterranean-like diet that eliminates many ultra-processed foods healthier than a Western diet? The CLEAN-MED diet intervention study was designed to test this concept.
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Dr. Sriram Gubbi recognized as the 2023 Distinguished Clinical Teacher
Dr. Sriram Gubbi, a staff clinician in the Metabolic Diseases Branch of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, received the NIH 2023 Distinguished Clinical Teacher Award (DCTA).
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Hospital welcomes students back for Take Your Child to Work day
Take Your Child to Work Day held activities virtually and in person in the Clinical Center and across campus.
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Collins looks to Clinical Center's past, present and future
Speaking to his first NIH-wide audience since December 2021, Dr. Francis S. Collins sounds a positive note on the NIH Clinical Center's past, and its future prospects.
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Register now for Immunohematology and Blood Transfusion Symposium
The hospital's Department of Transfusion Medicine is co-hosting the 42nd Annual Immunohematology and Blood Transfusion Symposium on September 20, 2023.
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Clinical trials at NIH Clinical Center in need of participants
Latest information on research studies looking for volunteers.
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Clinical Center Honors Its Own Nobel Laureate
The Clinical Center recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the NIH History Center and Stetten Museum exhibit on Dr. Harvey Alter.
Full Story
Clinical trials at NIH Clinical Center in need of participants
Latest information on research studies looking for volunteers.
Full Story
Lab report: Inside the neurorobotics research group lab
In a 900-square-foot lab on the NIH campus, scientists develop novel technologies to improve the lives of people with neurological disorders.
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Scientists searching for treatments for severe aplastic anemia
NIH researchers want to work with patients with severe aplastic anemia to explore new treatments and medications.
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Transfusion medicine symposium shares practical knowledge
Symposium focused on recent developments, current practices and management issues relevant to transfusion medicine.
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