Former Werner H. Kirsten (WHK) intern Julianne Heberlein—who worked in the Frederick National Laboratory Public Affairs and Communication Office under Frank Blanchard—credits the WHK program with setting her apart from other applicants when applying for her recent internships.
If you're interested in presenting a poster for the Spring Research Festival or signing up as a judge, don't forget to register by Monday, April 2.
Earlier this month, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released its list of clinics that are administering the yellow fever vaccine Stamaril, which has been made available to address the total depletion of the United States’ primary yellow fever vaccine, YF-VAX. These clinics will provide the vaccine to individuals preparing for international travel, including NCI at Frederick staff and scientists.
Spring is here again, and with it come scientific meetings and spring vacations. Some of the scientists and staff at NCI at Frederick will be traveling across the globe in the next few months, so Occupational Health Services would like to share a few tips for staying healthy while traveling.
One of NCI at Frederick’s two offspring of the Wye Oak tree that lived for nearly 500 years in Talbot County, Maryland, has found a new home on campus. The move was necessitated by upgrades to Chiller Plant #5 and the associated water piping routes on the west side of building 560.