Office of Communications & Media Relations
The Office of Communications and Media Relations (OCMR) shares timely, accurate and important information about the Clinical Center's scientific advances, patient experiences and services, educational and collaborative opportunities and clinical research initiatives which improve patient care and benefit human health.
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Examples of OCMR activities include:
Serving as the "go-to" office for all reporter inquiries, photography and filming requests related to the Clinical Center.
Supporting development of materials that are key to our patients' experience and safety, such as nutritional information, patient handbooks and educational materials for patients about their care and condition.
Promoting stimulating lectures on cutting edge science, including Clinical Center Grand Rounds and the NIH Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Series, as well as special events such as National Symphony Orchestra concerts in the Clinical Center's grand atrium, which contribute to the hospital's unique environment of care.
Dr. Terry Fry, a research oncologist, talks to Bo Cooper about an upcoming CAR T cell protocol in the NIH Clinical Center. Fry and Cooper, among others, were filmed for the documentary series “First in Human" which aired on Discovery in August 2017. Discovery Channel camera crews were granted unprecedented access to film in Building 10 during 2015 and 2016 to educate the public about the biomedical research enterprise, as reflected in the experiences of doctors, researchers and patients. Photo Courtesy: DISCOVERY (Anna Krebs)
Dr. Jonathan Lyons, an assistant clinical investigator with the NIH National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, demonstrates the cutting-edge research being conducted in laboratories across the Clinical Center, while being filmed by a non-profit organization May 19, 2016.
The NIH Clinical Center and the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences welcomed the full National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) Sept. 21, 2016 to Building 10. The visit marked the NSO's 17th time performing at the Clinical Center as a part of their Sound Health initiative. The initiative, which brings orchestral music to area hospitals and medical centers, was launched at the Clinical Center in September 2013.
The J. Edward Rall Cultural Lecture was presented by Dr. Sanjay Gupta March 25, 2015. Gupta, who is a former student of NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins while at the University of Michigan, now serves as CNN's chief medical correspondent and as a practicing neurosurgeon. He spoke on the intersection of media and medicine.
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This page last updated on 10/18/2017