What is it like to work in the NIH Intramural Research Program (IRP)? Why do people join us, and why do they stay? Hear directly from some of the people in the IRP in the videos below and this blog post by a postdoctoral fellow.
Bandettini describes himself as a mentor, speaker, organizer, manager, and a creative explorer for his laboratory.
A research team from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases travels to a remote Malian village to investigate the cause of malaria-like symptoms.
Hines-Harris uses E. coli bacteria to produce DNA-sequence data that is used by scientists around the world.