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On May 22, Dr. Jacquelyn Taylor presented the second 2018 NINR Director’s Lecture on the NIH Campus in Bethesda, Maryland.
The symposium will feature scientific panels and a poster session aimed at engaging graduate nursing students, nursing faculty, and clinicians who are interested in the clinical applications and clinical focus of smart health, smart technologies, digital health data, wearables and sensors, virtual/augmented reality, and molecular omics data.
NINR Director Dr. Patricia A. Grady has announced that she will leave NINR at the end of the summer.
The National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) has recently launched a redesigned version of its website. The website features a cleaner design and easy-to-navigate structure that includes a new navigation menu layout with a Quick Links section added.
Nurse scientist, Wendy A. Henderson, co-invented a new patent-pending methodology to test stool rapidly at the point-of-need for infectious pathogens. This test recently won the 2018 AGA Tech Summit's Shark Tank competition.
NINR trainees recently participated in NIH Postbac Poster Day.
NINR’s Dr. Leorey Saligan participated in the Military Health System Nurses Week wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery’s Nurses Memorial.
In recognition of National Nurses Week (which is observed every year May 6–12), Dr. Patricia A. Grady has posted a new Director’s Message.
On May 6, the All of Us Research Program will begin national enrollment, inviting people ages 18 and older to join this momentous effort to advance individualized prevention, treatment, and care for people of all backgrounds.
The National Institutes of Health, in partnership with the Lasker Foundation, is currently recruiting for the 2018 Lasker Clinical Research Scholars Program, an historic "intramural-extramural" partnership to nurture the next generation of clinical researchers.