The first open house event for the Office of Scientific Operations’ (OSO) Educational Outreach Program (EOP), held at the Advanced Technology Research Facility (ATRF), was a success according to program coordinator Cathy Cullen. “We had more volunteers sign up in person than in response to the emails, and it was a lot more fun, too.”
Occupational Health Services is gathering information for a company-sponsored wellness program, and they need your input.
Our first consideration in every task, large or small, is the safety of our O&M work force and our Customers. You, our customer, play an important role in the execution of your work order.
The presence of household mold and its associated health risks are serious concerns for people living in regions with heavy rainfall. With the large amounts of rain recently drenching the Frederick area, your home may be at escalated risk of leaks, excess moisture, and mold.
Ashley Babyak once dreamed of being a physician. But after multiple internships at NCI at Frederick, she realized she could also make a difference as a laboratory scientist, and she now seeks to protect public health by researching infectious diseases.