Research--organization & administration
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Assistant executive director of the Public Health Service's Bureau of Medical Services, Murtaugh's files document meetings, research of public health issues, legislative activities, and program initiatives.
Transcripts from a series of oral histories conducted by History Associates of former NCI Directors, researchers, administrators and other non-NCI individuals, who also played a part in founding of the NCI.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Office of the Director. Congressional Inquiries Correspondence
Congressional correspondence regarding various aspects of NIH's research programs, appropriations and policy. Topics range from mundane constituent letters to top-level policy questions from Senate and House members.
The collection includes a wide range of internal and external correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, conference materials, strategic planning and policy-related items, OAM publications, informational and reference material related to the subjects of alternative medicine and biomedical research.
Nineteen scientists, medical researchers, sociologists and historians were brought together to engage in a "long discussion" structured by clusters of questions formulated by the co-chairs. The agenda explored the post-war interconnections made between American and European clinical investigators, research teams, and institutions that came to represent these "golden years" of biomedical research.