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NIH Job: Nurse

NIH Job: Nurse

For nursing and patient care services the best fit for a nurse coming to the Clinical Center to work for the greater nursing department, would be somebody who has at least one year of experience as a nurse Ideally, if they have experience working in research someplace else thats even better, but we hire tons […]

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Meet a Registered Nurse:  LifeWorks

Meet a Registered Nurse: LifeWorks

(music) My name is Kelly Richards. I have a dual role. I’m a research nurse here with the NIH, but I actually work for the US Public Health Service. I do have a rank — I hold the rank of a Commander, and I wear my uniform every day. I spend a lot of my […]

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Challenges Associated With Multiple Outcome Definitions in Clinical Research (MtG)

Challenges Associated With Multiple Outcome Definitions in Clinical Research (MtG)

Good afternoon, my name is Marie Rienzo and I want to welcome you to the NIH Office of Disease Prevention’s Mind the Gap Webinar Series. This series explores research design, measurement, intervention, data analysis, and other methods of interest to prevention science. Our goal is to engage the prevention research community in thought-provoking discussions, to […]

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Careers at NIH: Pharmacy

Careers at NIH: Pharmacy

My name is Majid Tanas and I am the Chief of Pharmacy at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center. The Clinical Center, America’s research hospital, is the world’s largest hospital devoted exclusively to clinical investigation. This “House of Hope” is where today’s mission is a search for tomorrow’s cures. But what makes this place […]

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He Came From India To be a Medical Researcher

He Came From India To be a Medical Researcher

I’m Pravitt Gourh, and we are in the Kastner Lab at NIH. I’m working on a disease called systemic sclerosis. It’s an autoimmune disease where the immune system starts attacking our own body instead of protecting us from infections. In some people, it can be a very devastating disease and eventually leading to death Unfortunately, […]

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Video shows Nina Pham in hospital room

Video shows Nina Pham in hospital room

>>>GOOD EVENING, AGAIN FROM DALLAS TONIGHT. WHERE JUST MOMENTS AGO NURSE NINA PHAM LEFT THE FACILITY FOR A FACILITY IN BETHESDA, MARYLAND. THE HOSPITAL RELEASED VIDEO OF HER BEFORE SHE LEFT THE HOSPITAL. THEY JUST PUT THIS VIDEO OUT ON YOUTUBE. WE ARE SEEING IT FOR THE FIRST TIME. SOME OF IT I BELIEVE IS […]

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Meet a Physician Assistant:  LifeWorks

Meet a Physician Assistant: LifeWorks

Hi. I’m Yvonne Vigil, and I work at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center in Houston, Texas. I’m a physician assistant. I became interested in the physician assistant program when I was doing my undergrad. I was actually taking courses to go toward another medical field, and ran into a friend of mine, and […]

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Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy at Shenandoah University (old)

Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy at Shenandoah University (old)

Shenandoah University’s Bernard J Dunn School of Pharmacy is an established nationally ranked fully accredited program that focuses on the future of pharmacy practice the Dunn School of Pharmacy is recognized as a leader in educating future pharmacy professionals equipped to deliver advanced care in a rapidly changing and ever-expanding healthcare arena Healthcare Informatics which […]

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Five mental disorders share some of the same genes

Five mental disorders share some of the same genes

CUTHBERT: This study examined five different psychiatric disorders that we’ve always thought of as distinct disorders. Autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and unipolar depression. It examined the genetics in all of these disorders in one BIG sample, as though they were simply a single illness. And they found genes that […]

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Become a Medical Detective

Become a Medical Detective

“I’m Susan Harbison and we are in the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute in the Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. I’m interested in Human Sleep Disorders. Insomnia, that’s the inability either to fall asleep or stay asleep. Narcolepsy, which is the inability to control the transition from the waking and sleeping state. Obstructive Sleep […]

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