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100 Day Q&A with NLM Director Reveals Some Surprises

In anticipation of her 100th day in office since her swearing in September 12th, Dr. Patricia Flatley Brennan answered questions from NLM in Focus. Here she shares her passion for the Library and its future and provides a little insight into her personal interests. As the first nurse to lead the National Library of Medicine,…

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NLM Supports Space Chat 2016

NIH went a bit intergalactic on October 18 when, from aboard the International Space Station (ISS), flight engineer and biologist Dr. Kate Rubins of NASA discussed research aboard the orbital laboratory—particularly the DNA sequencing experiments—during an in-flight conversation with NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins. The National Library of Medicine was glad to help contribute to its success.…

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Quick Q&A with the Statistical Computational Biology Group

In Quick Q&A, NLM staff share a bit about why they’re motivated and inspired. We also ask them to add something surprising about themselves. For our third Quick Q&A, we reached three scientists in the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) who work in the Statistical Computational Biology Group. Meet John Spouge, Mileidy Gonzalez, and…

Headshot of Dr. Patti Brennan next to the blog title, NLM Musings from the Mezzanine

NLM Director’s Blog Debuts

Dr. Patti Brennan’s new blog launched yesterday, and we’re all invited to read—and comment—as she shares her experiences heading the world’s largest biomedical library, the US National Library of Medicine. She chose to call her new blog NLM Musings from the Mezzanine, which reflects the variety of postings we can expect and the location of…