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NLM and NIEHS Supporting Disaster Science Investigators

What would happen if a train derailed and chemicals were released into a community? This important question was part of training offered through a collaboration between NLM and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS). The training arose out of the NIH Disaster Research Response Program (DR2), a national framework for research on the…

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NLM Associate Fellows: A Blast from the Past and Present

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) Associate Fellowship Program is for early career librarians who are interested in becoming leaders in health sciences librarianship. Most Associate Fellows move on to careers in library science outside of NLM, but some stay. NLM in Focus asked the eight former Associate Fellows who are still at NLM about their…

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Connect, Reflect, Elevate: NLM at the MLA Annual Meeting

Over 1,000 medical librarians, informationists, educators, researchers, students, and activists attended the Medical Library Association (MLA) Annual meeting in Chicago this May. The annual meeting, the Association’s 119th, provides time to connect with colleagues, reflect on the past, and look forward to “elevate” the profession. Connect The National Library of Medicine, with its famous roof…

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TV News Anchor Norah O’Donnell Shares the Importance of Early Skin Cancer Detection in NIH MedlinePlus Magazine

The current issue of NIH MedlinePlus magazine brings you Emmy Award-winning journalist Norah O’Donnell discussing her melanoma diagnosis, the importance of early skin cancer detection, and the value of trusted health information. O’Donnell, a Texas native who spent countless hours in the sun growing up and used tanning beds in high school, speaks straightforwardly about…