Stacy Arnesen speaks at a podium, her slides visible behind her

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…

Logo for the 2019 Medical Library Association annual meeting in Chicago reflecting the theme "Elevate"

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…

People gather round while two women holding giant scissors cut a ceremonial red ribbon

Black History Month Exhibition at NLM Celebrates NIH Scientists

In previous years, NIH Black History Month was celebrated by honoring famous Civil Rights heroes who are household names, such as Dr. Martin Luther King and Coretta Scott King, or well-known physicians such as Dr. David Satcher. This year, the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) looked down the hall and across NIH for…

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More Holiday Singing with the National Library of Medicine

Earlier this month, we were singing “Data, Data, Data” to the tune of “The Dreidel Song.” Now, we can be heard putting an NLM twist on the holiday classic “Jingle Bells.” N-L-M to tune of “Jingle Bells” Dashing through the stacks, Retrieving as we go. We scan and cart and prep to bind While shouting…