National Institutes of Health (U.S.)
Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
Marshall W. Nirenberg is best known for his work on deciphering the genetic code by discovering the unique code words for the twenty major amino acids that make-up DNA, for which he won the Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology in 1968. This collection of correspondence, laboratory administrative and research materials, and publications documents Nirenberg's career as a researcher in biochemical genetics at the National Institutes of Health.
Correspondence, reports, minutes, reprints documenting Dr. Shear's professional activities with the National Cancer Institute, including interaction with the International Union Against Cancer and the American Association for Cancer Research.
Contains American College of Physicians certificate presented to NIH (1972), and papers presented at the commemoration of the twentieth anniversary of the Clinical Center (1973).
Miscellaneous reel-to-reel tape recordings pertaining to the history of the National Library of Medicine found in HMD.
The papers in the collection reflect the committee's activities and interests. Included in the files are the program analyses prepared for the committee, background information on medical research in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, and other information reflective of the state of federal medical research in the mid-1950's.
Contains appropriations and obligations for the National Institutes of Health, by institute, from fiscal year 1950 through fiscal year 1984, as generated by the Office of Program Planning and Evaluation's Management Databank.