In this issue, we are asking for your reactions in four areas: chemistry at
NIH, Building 50, Hot Methods Clinic, and parenthood vs. research. Send your
responses on these topics or your comments on other intramural research concerns to us via
fax: 402-4303; or mail: Building 1, Room 334.
1) What do you see in the future for chemistry at NIH? Are chemists'
complaints justified? What steps should NIH take now?
2) What are your general reactions to the design proposals for Building 50?
What do you like? What should be different?
3) The Hot Methods Clinic will return soon. What updates can you provide on
previous Hot Methods? What techniques would you like to see covered in the
4) We are considering an article about NIH researchers who are also parents.
What does it take to be a good parent and a good scientist? How could NIH be
more family friendly? What is the optimal timing of careers and kids? What are
the problems and solutions?
In Future Issues. . .
Should NIH Start A Grad School?
The Latest Trends In Image Processing
Good Scientists and Good Parents?
Biomedicine's Best "Bookmarks"
The NIH Catalyst is published bi-monthly for and by the intramural scientists at NIH.
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Ph: (301) 402-1449;
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Associate Director for Clinical Research
Jorge Carrasquillo, CC
David Davies, NIDDK
Michael Fordis, OD, OE
Dale Graham, DCRT
Hynda Kleinman, NIDR
Elise Kohn, NCI
Susan Leitman, CC
Bernard Moss, NIAID
Michael Rogawski, NINDS
Joan Schwartz, NINDS
Gisela Storz, NICHD
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