Clinical Center News
May/June 2017

Clinical Center Office of Clinical Research Training and Medical mourns loss of Rhea Moore Frazier

Rhea Moore Frazier
Rhea Moore Frazier
 

Rhea Moore Frazier, Program Assistant in the Office of Clinical Research Training and Medical Education (OCRTME), passed away May 30 at the age of 69. Frazier joined OCRTME in 2009 where she provided essential administrative and program support services to allow the office to fulfill its mission within the NIH Clinical Center. She was also responsible for communicating with medical students, physicians, researchers and administrators within the NIH, and with extramural organizations, institutions of higher education, and training partners on behalf of the OCRTME. Frazier will be greatly missed by her colleagues; she will be remembered for her contributions to the professional development of her team and the next generation of clinician-scientists.

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Rhea Moore Frazier