NIGMS Interviews with Scientists

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Scott Somers discusses the importance of research on traumatic injuries, burns and wound healing.
Scott Somers, program director for Trauma, Burns, and Peri-Operative Injury at NIGMS, describes what happens to the body after a serious physical injury.
Karl Meyer Award recipient, Dr. Armando Parodi, discusses his research at the Society for Glycobiology Meeting in Seattle, WA.
Interview with organic chemist Martin Burke on his current research and how he got interested in it.
Dr. Russ Altman discusses his research on understanding how genetic differences affect drug response.
Dr. Judith Greenberg Discusses Her New Role as NIGMS Acting Director
Drs. Randy Smith and Frieda Reichsman discuss the use of dragon-themed games in teaching genetics.
Dr. Peter Sorger on cancer research, computational biology and why he likes being a scientist.
The 10th Anniversary of ABRCMS: Preparing Underrepresented Minority Students for Scientific.
Interview with Dr. Tracey on Sepsis.
The Advancing Biomedical Research Workforce Diversity - NIGMS Workshop for Postdocs Transitioning to Independent Positions. (March 11-12, 2010)
Interview with Dr. Dunsmore.
Interview with climatologist Dr. Jeffrey Shaman on finding that absolute humidity drives seasonal flu outbreaks.
The Science of Simulating Disease Spread.
Interview with biostatistician Dr. Gary Churchill on his two favorite kinds of mice.
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