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  • Getting the Most From Your Brain 2
    • - NIH Work and Family Life Center (WFLC) (2010/03/04)
    • - Category : Work/Life Center
    Not sure that you use your brain efficiently and effectively? This brown-bag lunch series is designed to help you understand and fully utilize the power of your brain. Join us for three hour-long sessions to understand the basics of how the brain works, understand the brain's relationship with the body, see how lifestyle and health issues affect brain function, assess what effect lifestyle changes can have on brain function, learn about behavioral approaches to improving brain function including cognition, learning, and memory; learn about and assess chemical and herbal approaches to maximizing brain function, anticipate what changes aging might bring to brain function and learn how to maintain function.

    For more information, visit the
    NIH Work and Family Life Center Faces & Phase of Life Seminar Series

    Getting the Most From Your Brain 2

  • Endocannabinoids - An Overview
    • - Mechoulam, Raphael.
      National Institutes of Health (U.S.) (2010/03/04)
    • - Category : Neuroscience

    Endocannabinoids - An Overview

  • New Frontiers of Biomedical Research, 1945-1980
    • - A Historical Symposium sponsored by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health (2010/03/04)
    • - Category : Conferences
    Recent biomedical research has offered human society some of the most innovative and productive scientific discoveries. The many advances have broadened our knowledge of life and the human organism. While this is a vast story, it can be effectively explored through the insights of the scientists who have been instrumental in the development of biomedical research. This symposium will enlist the personal experiences of three scientists who shaped the field of biomedicine: Dr. Donald S. Fredrickson, Dr. Julius Axelrod, and Dr. Joshua Lederberg. The scientists will discuss their respective contributions to the administration of the U.S. biomedical research establishment, the investigation of the nervous system, and the rise of genetics as a discipline.

    For more information, visit the
    Symposium Web Site

    New Frontiers of Biomedical Research, 1945-1980

  • An Animal Model of Parvovirus B19 Infection
    • - Kevin E. Brown, M.D., Hematology Branch, NHLBI (2010/03/04)
    • - Category : NIH Director's Seminars
    NIH Director's Seminar Series

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    NIH Director's Seminar Series

    An Animal Model of Parvovirus B19 Infection

  • GMAC Subcommittee on Training Seminar: Update of NIH Activities
    • - Carol Tippery, Melinda Nelson and Dorothy Duke (2010/03/04)
    • - Category : Special
    This annual seminar will include an update of NIH activities. Our featured topics are NIH budget information, proactive compliance site visits, research involving human subjects, policy issues, electronic research administration, and other initiatives. In addition, we will be introducing our new Director of Opera Ms. Regina White. Please join us in welcoming her to NIH.

    Speakers

    Carol Tippery, Director, Division of Grants Policy

    Melinda Nelson, Chief Grants Management Officer, NIAMS

    Dorothy Duke, Chief Grants Management Officer, NIEHS

    GMAC Subcommittee on Training Seminar: Update of NIH Activities