Clinical Center Art Exhibit: “Science Related”
July 8 – Oct. 7 & Oct. 7 – Jan. 9
The Clinical Center will feature “Science Related” – artwork with a scientific focus or created by people with scientific and medical backgrounds.
The exhibit will feature artists with disparate mediums: wood art and illustrations from Candice Tavares, a clinical pharmacy specialist in palliative care at Medstar Washington Hospital Center; large format botanic photographs from Amy Lamb who worked at NIH as a Post-Doctoral fellow; abstract paintings inspired by science and medicine from Michele Banks who studied at George Washington University and Harvard, paintings of historic microscopes from the Golub Collection of Antique Microscopes at UC Berkley by Sue Fierston and art from Barbara Southworth who combines her twin passions of art and science.
View the current exhibits online and learn more about the Clinical Center Fine Arts Program (staff only).
All patients, their families and NIH staff are invited to attend the performances in the Clinical Center atrium. The north atrium is a comfortable, welcoming gathering place at the center of the Clinical Center. These concerts are intended to support the Clinical Center's environment of care and healing. Strict social distancing measures will be maintained. Health and safety are our main concern.
Empowerment of Under-represented Researchers Lecture Series
Invited Lectures Series highlighting and honoring women leaders in academic research, especially related disciplines of Interventional Radiology, Biomedical Engineering, Radiology, Imaging Sciences, Data Science, and Image-Guided Oncology.
Clinical Center Grand Rounds are weekly presentations on state-of-the-art discoveries geared toward physicians, allied health professionals and non-clinical scientists. Lectures occur from August through June from 12 noon to 1 pm All lectures provide Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits offered by the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health.
The NIH Director's Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Series, commonly referred to as WALS, features leading researchers from around the globe. Lectures occur on most Wednesdays from September through June from 2 to 3 pm.
National Heritage Months
The NIH Clinical Center treats a diverse group of patients from all over the world. It also draws researchers from different cultures and backgrounds. Learn about some of these researchers who conduct their work at the Clinical Center.
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Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
May 1 – 31
For more information about Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, visit the Department of Health & Human Services' Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage page.