Ask Stephen Hughes, Ph.D., to explain his work, and he’ll tell you about teamwork. He sees it as more than just the ubiquitous status quo in science: it is the philosophy that has defined his nearly 35-year career at NCI at Frederick.
For Christine Fennessey, Ph.D., HIV research is more than just a career—it’s the culmination of her passion for science and a desire to help people in need. And in just two years at the Frederick National Laboratory, her work has already gained the attention of her peers and the greater scientific community.
The Research Donor Program at the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research—an essential, though perhaps not widely known, resource—provides donor samples to NIH investigators from healthy volunteers for in vitro research.
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A new form of e-cigarette called “JUUL” has been raising eyebrows thanks to its popularity, especially with high school and college students. In a matter of just two years, the product has gained one of the largest market shares in the e-cigarette business, putting younger generations at risk for health problems ranging from early nicotine addiction to diabetes. With a new class of Werner H. Kirsten and summer interns at NCI at Frederick, it is crucial to understand these risks. Here is what you need to know.