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Watch “#Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies” tonight at 9pm EST on #PBS with the #NIH #NCI as they live-tweet using #CancerFilm.
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#Immunotherapy―Tune in tonight for this major #NIH innovation. Final episode of #KenBurns #PBS "Emperor of all Maladies" #CancerFilm.
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#NIH #postbac Lucy Bauer shares "5 Tips for Journal Club First-Timers":
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Seeking a research mentor or want to learn more about NIH investigators' scientific focus areas? This video from the NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education shows you how.
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#NIH #Nurses Play Critical Roles in #Cancer and #Ebola Discovery –
NIH Special Clinical Studies Unit nurse Meghan Schlosser's attire is carefully designed to prevent transmission of pathogens such as Ebola.
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A #PBS documentary, "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies" will discuss the history of #cancer, highlight #NIH-supported research and innovations, and include interviews by esteemed NIH scientists. March 30, 31, and April 1, at 9pm ET #CancerFilm
ken burns presents. cancer. the emperor of all maladies. a film by barak goodman. Based on the book The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer by Siddhartha Mukherjee. Support Provided By.
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Time-Lapse: Students Build Microscope in 4 Minutes | #NIH Intramural Research Program
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What’s in a Name, Postbac IRTA? | #NIH Intramural Research Program
We are all given a name by our parents, nicknames by friends, roles and titles in school and at work. In my life, I have been known as “Goose,” “that blonde girl over there,” and, most commonly, “Lucy.” Here at the NIH, my most important title is that of “postbac,” or, more endearingly, “fledgling scientist.” Although this title does not necessarily command awestruck wonder, it does indicate recent graduates’ integral roles in labs at the NIH.
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