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James B. Wyngaarden Papers

Collection Number: MC.0041

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Estimated Extent: 25.00 linear feet
Abstract: Contains the professional papers of James B. Wyngaarden, former professor and administrator of Duke University School of Medicine and Duke University Hospital. Types of materials include correspondence, subject files, reports, minutes, and committee materials. Major subjects include Duke University Hospital, Duke University Medical Center, and hospital administration. Materials range in date from 1958 to 1993.
Creator: Wyngaarden, James B.
Creator: Wyngaarden, James B.
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Access Restrictions
Contains University Administrative records. These include records of the officers of the University, as defined in the Bylaws, the deans of schools and colleges, and departments, institutes, and other offices as designated by the President. For a period of twenty-five years from the origin of the material, permission in writing from the director of the office of record and the Medical Center Archivist is required for use. After twenty-five years, records that have been processed may be consulted with the permission of the Medical Center Archivist. (Issued by the Office of the Chancellor, December 1, 1975)
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Copyright for Official University records is held by Duke University; all other copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], James B. Wyngaarden Papers, Duke University Medical Center Archives.
Acquisitions Information
Acquired; circa 1983 Gift; A2006-054; 2006
Sensitive Materials Statement
Collections may contain Medical Center Administrative records. These include records of the officers of the University, as defined in the Bylaws, the deans of schools and colleges, and departments, institutes, and other offices as designated by the President. For a period of twenty-five years from the origin of the material, permission in writing from the director of the office of record and the Medical Center Archivist is required for use. After twenty-five years, records that have been processed may be consulted with the permission of the Medical Center Archivist.
Collection may contain Records of the Board of Trustees of the Duke University Medical Center. These include minutes and supporting documentation of the Board, its Executive Committee, and standing and ad hoc committees, and reports, studies, and the like presented solely to the Board. Records which have been existence for at least fifty years are available for scholarly research with the permission of the Medical Center Archivist. Access to records which have been in existence for less than fifty years shall be granted only by special permission, in writing, of the Medical Center Board of Trustees.
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The following terms from Library of Congress Subject Headings and Medical Subject Headings suggest topics, persons, geography, etc. interspersed through the entire collection; the terms do not usually represent discrete and easily identifiable portions of the collectionsuch as folders or items.

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Dr. James Wyngaarden was born in Grand Rapids, Mich. in 1924. He attended Calvin College and then Western Michigan College from 1943 to 1944. He received his M.D. in 1948 from University of Michigan Medical School, graduating first in his class. His clinical training was in internal medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. After postdoctoral work at the Public Health Research Institute of the City of New York, he became a research associate at the National Institutes of Health from 1953 to 1956. Wyngaarden came to Duke University in 1956 to the Department of Medicine, and he also became associate professor of biochemistry. In 1959, Dr. Wyngaarden assumed the leadership of Duke's medical research training program. He left Duke in 1965 to become the chair of the Department of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. From 1963 to 1964 he was a guest scientist at the Insitut de Biologie Physico-chimique in Paris. From 1967 to 1982 he served as chair the Department of Medicine at Duke University. He also served as chief of staff of Duke University Hospital from 1981 to 1982. Wyngaarden became the twelfth director of the National Institutes of Health in 1982, a position which he held until 1989. During his service as president, the NIH increased AIDS research funding and successfully fought to keep its control of the human genome project. From 1989 to 1990, he was the associate director for life sciences at the Office of Science and Technology Policy. He returned to Duke in 1991 to be the assistant vice chancellor for health affairs, Duke University Medical Center. From 1990 to 1994, Wyngaarden served as the foreign secretary of the National Academy of Sciences. He has been a member of the boards and advisory councils for numerous corporations, including Hybridon, BIOMEC, and Magainin/Genaera Corp. He is currently professor emeritus of medicine, Duke University School of Medicine. Wyngaarden has been a member of the president's Science Advisory Committee; the National Academy of Sciences; the American Board of Internal Medicine; the National Academy of Sciences; the American Academy of Arts of Sciences; the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; the Institutes of Medicine; and has been a counselor of the National Institute of Arthritis, Metabolic, and Digestive Diseases and president of the Association of American Physicians. He has served on the editorial boards of Medicine and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and has coauthored the three textbooks: The Metabolic Basis of Inherited Disease, Cecil's Textbook of Medicine, and Gout and Hyperuricemia. He has received honorary degrees from various institutions, including the University of Michigan, Medical College of Ohio, University of Illinois at Chicago, George Washington University, and Tel Aviv University.

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Contains the correspondence, subject files, speeches, travel records, and reprints ofJames B. Wyngaarden, former professor and administrator of theDuke University School of Medicine andDuke University Hospital in Durham, N.C. Materials range in date from 1958 to 1993.

16 record storage boxes, 2 document cases

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Series: Correspondence and Subject File, 1960-1982expand/collapseExpand/collapse

Box 1
A, general correspondence, undated
Alpha Omega Alpha, undated
Anlyan, William G., undated
Appel, Stanley, undated
Arthritis Foundation, undated
Association of American Medical Colleges, undated
B, general correspondence, undated
Biochemistry Search Committee, undated
Bondy, Philip K., undated
Burroughs Wellcome, undated
C, general correspondence, undated
Calkins, Evan, undated
Capital Health Systems Agency, undated
Cardiology Division, undated
Cardiovascular Study Section, undated
Clinical Pharmacology, department proposals for formation, direction, and leadership, 1971-1981
Clinical Research Unit, undated
Clinical Scholars Program, Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program, 1975
Committee Assignments and appointments, 1975-1979
Commonwealth Fund, 1962-1976
Hospital complaints, folder 2, 1969-1982
Hospital complaints, folder 3, 1969-1982
Continuing Medical Education, undated
Curriculum Evaluation, undated
D, general correspondence, undated
Dermatology Search Committee, undated
Dobbins, William, undated
E, general correspondence, Engle, Emeritus faculty, undated
Elder, Thomas David, undated
Estes, Harvey, undated
Executive Health Education Program, undated
F, general correspondence, undated
Family Practice Program, undated
G, general correspondence, undated
Genetics Project Site Visit, undated
Goodall, McChesney, undated
H, general correspondence, undated
Box 2
Heyman, Albert, undated
Hiatt, Howard H., undated
Hollander, Joseph Lee, undated
House Staff Review Committee, undated
Infectious Disease Program, undated
J, general correspondence, undated
K, general correspondence, undated
Katz, Samuel L., undated
Kinney, Thomas D., undated
Kirshner, Norman, undated
L, general correspondence, undated
Laszlo, John, undated
Lebovitz, Harold E., undated
Lester, Richard G., undated
Long Island Biological Association, undated
Long Ward, undated
Ludwig, George D., undated
Lynn, William S., undated
M, general correspondence, undated
McCarty, Daniel J., undated
McIntosh, Henry D., undated
McKusick, Victor A., undated
Mahley, M. S., pertaining to house staff orientation, undated
Medical Scientist Training Program, undated
The Metabolic Basis of Inherited Disease, correspondence, folder 1, 1973-1977
The Metabolic Basis of Inherited Disease, correspondence, folder 2, 1973-1977
The Metabolic Basis of Inherited Disease, correspondence, folder 3, 1973-1977
The Metabolic Basis of Inherited Disease, correspondence, folder 4, 1973-1977
Montefiore Hospital, undated
Myers, Jack, undated
N, general correspondence, undated
National Academy of Sciences, undated
National Institute of Arthritis and Metabolic Disease, Board of Scientific Counselors, undated
National Institutes of Health, undated
National Medal of Science, undated
National Research Council, Committee on Research in the Life Sciences, undated
The New England Journal of Medicine, undated
O, general correspondence, undated
Olin Foundation, undated
Ophthalmology Department, undated
Osterhout, Suydam, undated
P, general correspondence, undated
Personnel Office, undated
Pfifferling, John-Henry, undated
Physician's Associate Program, undated
Pollycove, Myron, undated
President's Science Advisory Committee, undated
R, general correspondence, undated
S, general correspondence, undated
Box 3
Science Year, 1978
Southern Medical Association, undated
Space Reallocation - Duke University Medical Center, undated
T, general correspondence, undated
Tomsai, Thomas B., undated
W, general correspondence, undated
Patient correspondence, folder 1, 1968-1980
Patient correspondence, folder 2, 1968-1980
Patient correspondence, folder 3, 1968-1980
Patient correspondence, folder 4, 1968-1980
Patient correspondence, folder 5, 1968-1980
Patient correspondence, folder 6, 1968-1980
Committee on a Study of National Needs for Biomedical and Behavioral Research Personnel, correspondence and other materials, folder 1, 1977-1981
Committee on a Study of National Needs for Biomedical and Behavioral Research Personnel, correspondence and other materials, folder 2, 1977-1981
Committee on a Study of National Needs for Biomedical and Behavioral Research Personnel, correspondence and other materials, folder 3, 1977-1981
Committee on a Study of National Needs for Biomedical and Behavioral Research Personnel, correspondence and other materials, folder 4, 1977-1981
Committee on a Study of National Needs for Biomedical and Behavioral Research Personnel, correspondence and other materials, folder 5, 1977-1981
Subseries: Committees and groups, undated
Box 3
Animal research, undated
Atomic Energy Commission, undated
DNA, undated
Educational Goals Committee, undated
Endocrine Aging Unit, undated
Genetics Committee, Duke University, folder 1, 1961-1963
Genetics Committee, Duke University, folder 2, 1961-1963
Subseries: Writings and research, 1958-1969
Box 3
Gout, undated
Xanthine Oxidsase Inhibition Project, undated
Acalastia, 1969
Imino-Imidazole-carboxamide study, undated
Oxalate-biosynthesis and turnover, 1959-1960
Oxalosis, undated
PRPP (Control of Activity of Glutamine), undated
Box 4
Gylcinuria, 1961
Gout and advanced metabolic disorders, writings and research, folder 1, undated
Gout and advanced metabolic disorders, writings and research, folder 2, undated
Permanent equipment list (laboratory items in use by Dr. Stead and Wyngaarden), 1958-1963
D-Polymerase, undated
PRRP (Augmentation du Turnover), undated
Purine procedures, undated

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Series: A2005-032: Remarks, 2003expand/collapseExpand/collapse

Box 4
Remarks delivered at chief residents reunion, Duke University Department of Medicine, 2003

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Series: A2006-054: Records and Speeches, 1982-1993expand/collapseExpand/collapse

Subseries: Reports, 1982, 1984
Box 5
Trip Report for India, October 31-November 6, 1981
Science and Government Report (SRG) Article, September 15, 1984
Subseries: Speeches, 1982-1989
Box 5
1. Inherited Disorders of Purine Metabolism, April 19, 1982
2. Welcoming Remarks, Fourth Annual Spring Conference of the Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine, April 22, 1982
3. Selecting Priority Areas for Research, April 27, 1982
4. Remarks, May 6, 1982
5. Remarks to the Association of Professors of Medicine, May 7, 1982
6. Media Briefing, NIH, May 11, 1982
7. Remarks, Priorites in Research Symposium, May 14, 1982
8. Julia Mary Jones Memorial Lecture, May 16, 1982
9. Careers in Academic Medicine, May 26, 1982
10. Remarks. U.S. Savings Bond Kickoff Rally, June 3, 1982
11. Welcoming Remarks, Eighth Annual Career Education Honors Convocation, June 4, 1982
12. Welcoming Remarks, VIII Pan-American Congress of Rheumatology, June 7, 1982
13. Remarks, National Health Council, June 11, 1982
14. Remarks by New NIH Director, June 21, 1982
15. Introductory Remarks for Francis P. Cotter, June 28, 1982
16. Opening Remarks, Extramural Associates Workshop, June 30, 1982
17. Welcoming Remarks, 1982 Congress of the European Organization for Caries Research, July 1, 1982
18. An Overview of the NIH, July 14, 1982
19. Remarks, Fourth Meeting of the National Digestive Diseases Advisory Board, July 29, 1982
20. Remarks, OD Summer Employees Awards Ceremony, August 19, 1982
21. Academic Science and the Federal Government in the 1980s, August 26, 1982
22. Introductory Remarks for Dr. William Paul, September 15, 1982
23. Remarks, U.S.-France Science and Technology Meetings, September 17, 1982
24. The Future Role of Biomedical Research in the Academic Health Center, September 29, 1982
25. New Directions: A Talk with the NIH Director, September 30, 1982
26. Remarks, National Committee for Research in Neurological and Communicative Disorders, October 2, 1982
27. Trends in NIH Support of Research, October 4, 1982
28. Remarks, National Health Policy Forum, October 7, 1982
29. Health Policy Task Force of Women in Governmental Relations, October 8, 1982
30. Remarks, National Advisory Research Resources Council, October 12, 1982
31. Remarks, Stetten Dinner, October 13, 1982
32. Remarks, Wakeman Award Symposium, October 15, 1982
33. Priority Research Policy Issues, October 19, 1982
34. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Daniel E. Koshland, October 27, 1982
35. Remarks Combined Federal Campaign Kickoff Rally, October 29, 1982
36. Biomedical Science Policy and Clinical Research, November 5, 1982
37. Keynote Address, Letia Annenberg Hazen Award for Excellence in Clinical Research, November 9, 1982
38. Directions and Challenges in Health Sciences Research, November 15, 1982
39. Centennial Seminar, December 1, 1982
40. Excellence, December 8, 1982
41. The Role of the Federal Government in Biomedical Research, December 13, 1982
42. Government, Industry, and Academia: A Bermuda Triangle?, December 16, 1982
43. Remarks, Swearing in Ceremony for Dr. Harald Loe, January 10, 1983
44. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Samuel D. Proctor, January 12, 1983
45. Remarks, NINCDS All Hands Meeting, January 13, 1983
46. Remarks, Ceremony Designating Building One the James A. Shannon Building, January 18, 1983
47. Opening Remarks, Advisory Committee to the Director, January 19, 1983
48. Remarks, Reception for Dr. Harald Loe, January 25, 1983
49. Support of the Biosciences and the Zero Sum Game, February 7, 1983
50. Address, Western Association of Physicians Annual Meeting, February 8, 1983
51. Program and Policy Directions of the NIH, February 14, 1983
52. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Benjamin Alexander, February 16, 1983
53. Luncheon Address, Second Annual Meeting of the NIADDK Coalition, February 22, 1983
54. The Federal Academic Partnership in Biomedical Research, February 23, 1983
55. Program and Policy Directions of the NIH, March 2, 1983
56. Breakfast Address Research Universities Network, March 16, 1983
57. Welcoming Remarks, US-Japan Workshop on Research in Inborn Errors of Metabolism, March 19, 1983
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58. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Brandt, March 29, 1983
59. Dr. Brandt's Statement, April 6, 1983
60. New Inborn Errors of Purine Metabolism, April 8, 1983
61. Biomedical Research Support: Concerns and Issues, April 10, 1983
62. Opening Statement, House Appropriations Committee, April 19, 1983
63. Creativity In Science, April 22, 1983
64. The Politics of the Budgetary Process, April 29, 1983
65. The End of Innocence, April 29, 1983
66. Dinner Address, Association of American Physicians' Presidents' Dinner, April 30, 1983
67. The Federal Government's Role in Biomedical Research, May 2, 1983
68. Talking Points, Visit by the Senate Labor-Human Resources Committee to NIH, May 23, 1983
69. Remarks, NLM Board of Regents Meeting, May 26, 1983
70. A Worldwide Problem in Medical Research, June 3, 1983
71. Lecture, Symposium on Science Policy in the 21st Century, June 6, 1983
72. Remarks, European Medical Research Council, June 9-June 11, 1983
73. Opening Remarks, EPMC Symposium on Alternative Procedures for the Protection of Human Subjects, June 13, 1983
74. Telephone Interview with Mrs. Marianne Gosnell of Newsweek, June 13, 1983
75. Welcoming Remarks, Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) Day at NIH, June 17, 1983
76. Opening Remarks, Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH, (folder empty), June 20, 1983
77. Biomedical Research and Federal Policy--Current Initiatives and Constraints, June 23, 1983
78. Future of Clinical Investigation, June 24, 1983
79. Remarks, Dr. Robert Ringler's Retirement Party, June 28, 1983
80. Remarks, Dinner Meeting for a Study of the Organizational Structure of the NIH, June 28, 1983
81. Remarks, Swearing in Ceremony of Dr. T. Franklin Williams, July 5, 1983
82. Welcoming Remarks, New Medical Staff Fellows, July 12, 1983
83. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Slaughter, July 15, 1983
84. Introductory Remarks for Secretary and Talking Points, First Official Visit by Secretary Heckler, July 19, 1983
85. Welcoming Remarks. National Arthritis Advisory Board's Prevention Conference on Arthritis, July 20, 1983
86. Future Training of Clinical Investigators, August 1, 1983
87. Opening Remarks, Conference on the Molecular Basis of Lysosomal Storage Disorders, September 12, 1983
88. Remark, Committee on Medical and Public Health Research, Commission of the European Communities, September 15, 1983
89. Remarks, National Advisory Environmental Health Sciences Council, September 19, 1983
90. Focus on the Health Industries, September 20, 1983
91. Opening Remarks, International Conference on Roles and Significance of International Cooperation in the Biomedical Sciences, September 21, 1983
92. Welcoming Remarks, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) 35th Anniversary Celebration, September 21, 1983
93. Opportunities in Science and Technology for Women, Minorities, and the Handicapped, September 23, 1983
94. Opening Remarks, 15th International Symposium on Epilepsy, September 26, 1983
95. Current Legislative Issues that have an impact on the NIH, September 28, 1983
96. Script for Videotaping, September 29, 1983
97. Opening Remarks, Director's Award Ceremony, September 29, 1983
98. Remarks, Dedication of Glen Morrow, Section of the CC Surgical Wing, September 30, 1983
99. Remarks, Retirement of NLM Director, Dr. Martin Cummings, NIH, (folder empty), October 7, 1983
100. Program and Policy Directions of the NIH (American Urological Association Lecture), October 17, 1983
101. The Role of the General Clinical Research Centers in Clinical Research, October 19, 1983
102. Remarks, Ad hoc Seminar by the Milbank Memorial Fund, October 20, 1983
103. Talking Points. Foreign Science Councelors Visit to NIG, October 25, 1983
104. Remarks. Teadwell Library 125th Anniversary, October 28, 1983
105. Welcoming Remarks. U.S.-Romania Workshop on Biomedical Research: Basic Science Research, NIH, October 31, 1983
106. Welcoming Remarks. Advisory Group Meeting for Planning of National Symposium on Animal Welfare, October 31, 1983
107. Inborn Errors of Purine Metabolism, November 2, 1983
108. Panel Remarks. Funding of Surgical Research: The Roles of Government and Industry, November 4, 1983
109. NIH Activities. Association of Professors of Medicine Fall Meeting, November 5, 1983
110. Panel Remarks, U.S. Values and Role, Domestic and International, in the Next Decade, with Particular Focus on Economic and Security Issues and Implications for the Communications Industry, November 5, 1983
111. Preserving the Scientific Enterprise, November 7, 1983
112. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Robert Lefkowitz. The Lita Annenberg Hazen Awards for Excellence in Clinical Research, November 9, 1983
113. Scientific Leadership and Creativity. Anlyan Symposium, Duke Univeristy, November 11, 1983
114. Banquet Address. The Society of Medical Consultants to the Armed Forces, November 13, 1983
115. Pressures, Politics, and Ethical Decisions, November 17, 1983
116. Welcoming Remarks, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Public Forum on Gene Therapy, November 21, 1983
117. Remarks, Groundbreaking Ceremony, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, November 22, 1983
118. The Federal-Academic Partnership in Biomedical Research, November 22, 1983
119. Overview of NIH. Health Research and Services Administration Policy Forum, (folder empty), November 29, 1983
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120. Banquet Address. The 20th Anniversary of the Laboratory Instrument Computer, Bethesda, Md., November 29, 1983
121. Welcoming and Introductory Remarks for Dr. Eugene Stead, Symposium on the Laboratory instrument computer, NIH, November 30, 1983
122. Talking Points. Visit by Senator Weicker to NIH (No prepared text), November 30, 1983
123. The Role of the U.S. National Institutes of Health in the Training of American Medical Scientists, December 1, 1983
124. Future of Biomedical Research, December 2, 1983
125. After Dinner Address, Howard Hughes 30th Anniversary Meeting, Miami, Florida (No prepared text), (cover sheet only), December 5, 1983
126. The Economic case for biomedical research or how to spend yourself into prosperity, December 9, 1983
127. Comments, Meeting of study section chairmen, NIH (No prepared text), December 12, 1983
128. Opening Remarks, Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH (No prepared text), (cover sheet only), December 14, 1983
129. Introductory remarks for Dr. Gallo (Dyer lecture), NIH (No prepared text), December 14, 1983
130. Talking Points, visit by senator Hatfield to NIH (No prepared text), December 15, 1983
131. Remarks, Holiday concert for clinical center patients, NIH, December 15, 1983
132. Federal Programs of training research and clinical care in arthritis, January 20, 1984
133. Remarks, National Advisory General Medical Sciences Council, NIH (no prepared text), January 24, 1984
134. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Frederic M. Richards (NIH lecture), January 25, 1984
135. Luncheon Address, Conference on healthcare: Economic and ethical issues by the Washington Journalism Center (no prepared text), January 26, 1984
136. Remarks, reception for Dr. Craig Wallace, NIH, February 1, 1984
137. Remarks, National Advisory Research Resources Council meeting, NIH, February 2, 1984
138. After Dinner Address, Drug Science Foundation Awards, February 2, 1984
139. The process of determining necessity, seminar on the use of animals in biomedical research, February 7, 1984
140. Remarks, the university of Conneticut Health Center, Farmington, February 15, 1984
141. Talking Points, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) 6th Annual Workshop for Minority Students, February 28, 1984
142. Politics, Science and Dread Disease (After Dinner Address), March 1, 1984
143. Welcoming Remarks. Ad Hoc Working Group to Review a Vetran's Administration Health Assessment Project, March 5, 1984
144. Opening Statements, House Appropriations Committee, (folder empty), March 6, 1984
145. Opening Remarks. NIH Workshop on Nutrition and Hypertension, March 12, 1984
146. Introductory Remarks for Dr. J. Michael Bishop, March 21, 1984
147. Remarks. Government/University Relations Forum, March 23, 1984
148. Remarks. Presentation of Paintings by Dr. Terence Billings, NIH, March 26, 1984
149. Creativity in Biomedical Research (Landance Lecture), March 29, 1984
150. Current Budgetary and Organizational Issues Affecting the NIH, March 30, 1984
151. Opening Statement. Senate Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Labor, April 3, 1984
152. Remarks. NAS National Symposium on Imperatives in Laboratory Animal Use, April 11, 1984
153. Forum on National Health Policy (No prepared text), April 13, 1984
154. Introductory Remarks. International Meeting on Tumor Viruses, April 18, 1984
155. The Importance of Biomaterials Research to Improved Health Care, April 28, 1984
156. Remarks on Latest Developments in AIDS Research, April 28, 1984
157. Perspectives on Research. Basic Concepts in Endodcrinology Course, May 2, 1984
158. Welcoming Remarks (Testimonial Dinner for Stadtmans), May 3, 1984
159. A Critical Look at NIH Training Programs, May 4, 1984
160. NIH and the Private Sector - New Roles in Medical Research and Training, May 4, 1984
161. Inherited Disorders of Purine Metabolism (Keynote Address), May 10, 1984
162. The Role of the NIH in Improving Public Health, May 21, 1984
163. Remarks. Mechanisms of Synaptic Regulation Symposium, May 31, 1984
164. Opening Remarks. Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH, (folder empty), June 1, 1984
165. Opening Remarks. NIH Awards Ceremony, NIH, June 4, 1984
166. Excellence and Creativity (Commencement Address), June 8, 1984
167. Welcoming Remarks. International Conference on Nephrology, June 11, 1984
168. The Impact of the Technological Explosion on Science and Medicine in the Coming Years, June 12, 1984
169. Farewell Remarks. Retirement of Dr. Lester B. Salans, NIH, June 19, 1984
170. Opening Remarks. Seminar on Clinical Researchers, NIH (No prepared text), (folder empty), June 22, 1984
171. Welcoming Remarks. Extramural Associates Workshop, NIH, June 25, 1984
172. Talking Points. First Official Visit by Under Secretary Designate Charles Baker (No prepared text), July 9, 1984
173. The Funding of Biomedical Research. American Association for Clinical Chemistry Meeting, July 30, 1984
174. Talking Points. Official Visit by FDA Commissioner Frank Young to NIH (No prepared text), August 23, 1984
175. Remarks. Plenary Session of the IVth World Congress on Pain, September 1, 1984
176. Talking Points. Visit by Italian Minister of Health Constante Degan to NIH (No prepared text), September 4, 1984
177. Farewell Remarks for Dr. Michael Goldberg, NIH, September 12, 1984
178. Introductory Remarks for Dr. George Khoury, September 12, 1984
179. Statement. House Agriculture Committee, Subcommittee on Department Operations, September 19, 1984
180. Remarks. Dedication of Mary Woodard Lasker Center, September 19, 1984
181. Association for Independent Research Institutes Annual Meeting, September 21, 1984
182. Medical Research and the Academic Health Center, September 24, 1984
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183. New Challenges in Outpatient Research and Training, September 25, 1984
184. Remarks. John Goggins' Retirement, September 27, 1984
185. Statement. Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee (Alzheimer's Research), October 2, 1984
186. Remarks. Clinical Center Awards Ceremony, NIH, October 4, 1984
187. Remarks. Distinguished Alumni Award, Kalamazoo, Michigan (No perpared text), October 6, 1984
188. Remarks. Office of the Director Merit Award Ceremony, October 9, 1984
189. Basic Research as and Investment in Cost-Effective Health Improvement, October 10, 1984
190. Remarks. Swearing-in Ceremony for Donald A. B. Lindberg, October 11, 1984
191. Address. NLM Board of Regents, NIH. (No prepared text), October 18, 1984
192. Remarks. Dedication of Dr. Martin Cummings' Portrait, October 18, 1984
193. Comments on the Scientific Policy in the U.S., October 28, 1984
194. Remarks. Tribute to Prime Minister Indira Ghandi, October 31, 1984
195. Introductory Remarks for Dr.Fernando Nottebohm, (folder empty), November 7, 1984
196. The Challenge of Medical Research (Alpha Omega Alpha Lecture), November 8, 1984
197. Biomedical Research Policy of the NIH (Max Winter - Minnesota Viking Lecture), November 13, 1984
198. Opening Remarks. Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH, (folder empty), November 19, 1984
199. Talking Points. Visit by Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Legislative Staff to NIH (No prepared text), (folder empty), November 20, 1984
200. Address. Adult Immunization Campaign Luncheon, November 21, 1984
201. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Richard Axel, November 28, 1984
202. The Priority of Patient-Oriented Research for the NIH, November 30, 1984
203. Introductory Remarks for Dr. S. Dillon Ripley, December 12, 1984
204. Introductory Remarks for Julian Bond (Martin Luther King Ceremonies), January 18, 1985
205. On Excellence and Creativity (Banquet Address), January 25, 1985
206. Welcoming Remarks. Conference for Directors of Minority Institutions, January 30, 1985
207. After Dinner Speech. American Psychological Association Public Policy Forum (No prepared text), January 30, 1985
208. Luncheon Address. Washington Journalism Center Conference on Can Health Care Costs Ever Be Controlled (No prepared text), January 31, 1985
209. Remarks to National Institute on Aging Council (No prepared text), February 1, 1985
210. Informal Remarks. AMA Council on Scientific Affairs (No prepared text), February 18, 1985
211. Directions and Challenges for Biomedical Research, February 20, 1985
212. Banquet Address. 44th Annual Science Talent Search, March 4, 1985
213. Remarks. Seminar on Science, Technology, and the National Agenda (No prepared text), March 6, 1985
214. Opening Statement. House Appropriations Committee, March 7, 1985
215. Keynote Address. Dedication of the Science Research Institute Facility at Atlanta University, March 9, 1985
216. Opening Statement. Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Labor-HHS-Education and Related Agencies, March 19, 1985
217. Introductory Remarks for Senator Jacob Javits, March 25, 1985
218. Talking Points. Fuqua Hearings re Goals and Objectives of National Science Policy (No prepared text), March 28, 1985
219. Statement. House Energy and Commerce Committee, Subcommittee on Health and the Environment, March 29, 1985
220. Chairman's Remarks. Government-University-Industry Roundtable Working Group #1 Meeting (No prepared text), (folder empty), April 1, 1985
221. Institutional Impacts of NIH Initiatives and Reforms (Keynote Address), April 4, 1985
222. UCSF as a Parnassus of Research, April 13, 1985
223. Welcoming Remarks. NIADDK Workshop on Mapping, Cloning, and Manipulating Genes, April 18, 1985
224. Remarks. NAS Annual Meeting (No prepared text), April 23, 1985
225. NIH - After Almost a Century of Science for Health, April 24, 1985
226. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Louis Miller (Delivered by Dr. J. E. Rall), May 1, 1985
227. Welcoming Remarks. Donor Registries for Bone Marrow Transplantation Conference, May 13, 1985
228. Welcoming Remarks. EMRC Conference on Methodologies in Technology Assessment, May 20, 1985
229. Opening Remarks. Anti-Viral Workshop (No prepared text), June 3, 1985
230. Remarks. NAS Public Hearing on Reducing Bureaucratic Accretion in Government (No prepared text), June 5, 1985
231. Remarks. NLM Board of Regents Meeting (Given by Dr. J. E. Rall), June 6, 1985
232. Personal Creativity and Professional Citizenship (Commencement Address), June 7, 1985
233. Remarks. Conferring of Honorary Degree, University of Illinois, Chicago (No prepared text), June 9, 1985
234. Remarks. AMA Board of Trustees Luncheon (No prepared text), June 13, 1985
235. Opening Remarks. NIH Honors Awards Ceremony, June 17, 1985
236. Opening Remarks. Advisory Committee to the Director, (folder empty), June 24, 1985
237. After Dinner Address. Conference on the Health Effects of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Seafood, June 25, 1985
238. Welcoming Remarks. Orientation of Medical Staff Fellows, NIH, July 8, 1985
239. The Federal-Private Partnership in Aging Research, July 12, 1985
240. Address. Plenary Session of XIIth International Congress of Gerentology, July 13, 1985
241. Research in the USA, July 24, 1985
242. Remarks. Reception for Special Police involved during the Building 31 demonstration, August 19, 1985
243. Luncheon Address. Hartford Foundation Scholars Program, September 7, 1985
244. Welcoming Remarks to the Secretary. Consensus Development Conference on Adjuvant Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer, September 9, 1985
245. The Role of Government Support in Biomedical Research. International Symposium in Honor of Jacques Genest, September 23, 1985
246. Statement. Senate Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Labor-HHS-Education and Related Agencies, September 26, 1985
247. Chairman's Statement. Government-University-Industry Roundtable Working Group #1, (folder empty), September 26, 1985
248. Remarks. Meeting on Biotechnology with Congressman Joseph D. Early, September 30, 1985
249. Remarks. Groundbreaking Ceremony for The Cloister at the Mary Woodard Lasker Center, October 1, 1985
250. Funding of Biomedical Research. Seminar on Biology at Yale University, October 2, 1985
251. The Coming of Molecular Medicine (No prepared text), October 4, 1985
252. NIH Support of Research and Research Training in Neurobiology, October 5, 1985
253. Remarks. Conference on Ethics Consultation, October 7, 1985
254. Address. Industrial Biotechnology Association Annual Meeting, October 10, 1985
255. Remarks. The 30th Anniversary of Duke University Council on Aging and Human Development (No prepared text), October 11, 1985
256. Comments. Presentation of Stone Lantern to NIH, October 20, 1985
257. Relationship of Hyperuricemia to Cardivascular and Renal Disease in the Elderly, October 26, 1985
258. The Government's Response to the AIDS Crisis, October 28, 1985
259. Progress and Promise in Diabetes Research, November 4, 1985
260. Remarks. Meeting of Study Section Chairmen, NIH, (folder empty), November 12, 1985
261. Welcoming Remarks to the Secretary. Secretary's Conference on Breast Cancer, NIH, September 24, 1984
262. Statement. Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation, (folder empty), November 14, 1985
263. Opening Remarks. Office of the Director Honor Awards Ceremony, NIH, November 14, 1985
264. Federal Biomedical Science Policy, November 15, 1985
265. Remarks. Meeting of Study Section Chairmen, NIH, (folder empty), November 16, 1985
266. Remarks. Memorial Service for Mortimer Lipsett, NIH, (folder empty), November 19, 1985
267. Frontiers in Medicine and Medical Research, November 19, 1985
268. Opening Remarks. Industrial Research Institutes Workshop, NIH (No prepared text), November 21, 1985
269. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Edward D. Korn (Mider Lecture), NIH, December 4, 1985
270. Remarks. Meeting of Foreign Scientific Counselors, NIH, (folder empty), December 11, 1985
271. Opening Remarks. Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH, December 16, 1985
272. Clinical Research and Cost-Effective Health Care, December 18, 1985
273. Remarks. Salute to NIH by Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, (folder empty), January 16, 1986
274. Talking Points. First Official Visit by Dr. Donald MacDonald as Acting Assistant Secretary for Health to NIH (No prepared text), January 22, 1986
275. Remarks. Fogarty International Advisory Council, NIH (No prepared text), January 28, 1986
276. The Research Effort Against AIDS (No prepared text), January 28, 1986
277. Remarks. National Institute of Neurological Communicative Disorders and Stroke Advisory Council, NIH (No prepared text), January 30, 1986
278. Remarks. Calvin Baldwin's Retirement Party, NIH (No prepared text), January 30, 1986
279. Address. Conference on Effect of Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Amendment (No prepared text), February 26, 1986
280. Opening Statement. Senate Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Labor-HHS-Education and Related Agencies, March 5, 1986
281. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Martin Gellert (Mider Lecture), NIH, March 5, 1986
282. Talking Points. First Official Visit by Under Secretary Donald Newman to NIH (No prepared text), March 7, 1986
283. Opening Statement. House Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Labor-HHS-Education and Related Agencies, March 10, 1986
284. Remarks. Presentation of Women In Science and Engineering Award to Dr. Naomi Lynn Gerber, March 24, 1986
285. The National Institutes of Health at the Crossroads (No final text), March 25, 1986
286. Talking Points. First Official Visit by Secretary Otis Bowen to NIH (No prepared text), (folder empty), March 26, 1986
287. Introductory Remarks for General Sherian Cadoria, March 27, 1986
288. Welcoming Remarks. Meeting of NIH Intramural Laboratory, Section, and Branch Chiefs on Accreditation of NIH Intramural Animal Facilities (No prepared text), March 27, 1986
289. Remarks. 1986 Savings Bond Kickoff Rally, NIH, March 31, 1986
290. Talking Points. Visit by Staff of the Senate Subcommittee on Labor-HHS Appropriations (No prepared text), April 2, 1986
291. Remarks. Centennial Dinner Meeting, April 2, 1986
292. Clinical Investigation: NIH Perspective. The 2nd National Conference on Research Goals and Methods for Otolaryngology, April 4, 1986
293. A Look Into the Future - New Advances in Health Care, April 8, 1986
294. Biomedical Research, NIH and the Budget, April 10, 1986
295. Talking Points. DRG Employees Meeting (No prepared text), April 14, 1986
296. Remarks. Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee, April 17, 1986
297. Certain Aspects of Medical Research and its Support, April 24, 1986
298. Remarks. Interagency Committee on Learning Disabilities, NIH (No prepared text), April 29, 1986
299. Remarks on Receiving Award from the National Diabetes Research Interchange, April 30, 1986
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300. NIH Activities. Association of Professors of Medicine Annual Meeting (No prepared text), May 2, 1986
301. Statement. House Science and Technology Committee, Science Policy Task Force. (Role of the National Academies), May 6, 1986
302. Address. Council of Scientific Societies Presidents, May 14, 1986
303. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Philip Leder, NIH, May 19, 1986
304. Research: International Cooperation and Competition, May 28, 1986
305. Medicine as Art: Medicine as Science, May 30, 1986
306. Report on NIH Activities (No final text), June 6, 1986
307. Opening Remarks. Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH, June 9, 1986
308. Remarks. 1986 NIH Awards Ceremony, June 16, 1986
309. Remarks. NLM Board of Regents Meeting, NIH, June 17, 1986
310. Remarks. Dedication and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for Newly Renovated Building 8, NIH, June 19, 1986
311. Overview Remarks. Committee for Administrative Review of the Programs of NIDDK, NIH (No prepared text), July 1, 1986
312. Remarks. Dedication of Japanese Stone Tower in Honor of Professor Kozo Okamoto, July 2, 1986
313. Welcoming Remarks. Orientation of Medical Staff Fellows, NIH, July 7, 1986
314. The Funding of Biomedical Research, July 11, 1986
315. Alternative Uses of Funds and Personnel. NRC Meeting re: Mapping and Sequencing the Human Genome (No prepared text), August 5, 1986
316. Talking Points. First Official Visit by Assistant Secretary for Health Robert Windom to NIH (No prepared text), August 15, 1986
317. Opening Remarks. 14th International Cancer Congress, August 21, 1986
318. Talking Points. Visit by the Swedish Minister of Health to NIH (No prepared text), September 5, 1986
319. Introductory Remarks. NLM Sesquicentennial Symposium on the Future, NIH, September 18, 1986
320. Keynote Address. Research Week Activities at the University of Puerto Rico, Medical Sciences Campus, September 22, 1986
321. Opening Remarks. Intramural Research Day, NIH, September 25, 1986
322. Remarks. Medical Fellows Workshop, Fiscal Future of Biomedical Science, NIH, September 25, 1986
323. Support of Biomedical Research in the Late 1980s, September 26, 1986
324. Welcoming Remarks and Wrap-Up Comments. NAS Government-University-Industry Roundtable Working Group #1 Symposium, Nurturing Science and Engineering Talent, Philadelphia, Pa. (No prepared text), (folder empty), September 29, 1986
325. Opening Remarks. European Medical Research Councils (EMRC)/NIH/World Health Organization (WHO) Meeting re: Technology Assessment Transfer of Information, October 7, 1986
326. Current Approaches to Treatment of Genetic Disorders, October 15, 1986
327. Remarks. NIH Centennial Inauguration (No prepared text), October 16, 1986
328. Opening Remarks. Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH, October 16, 1986
329. Welcoming Remarks. National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) Conference, Molecular Biology: Its Potential for Advancing Rheumatology Research, NIH, October 20, 1986
330. Changes in the Practice of Medicine Due to the Effects of New Technology, October 24, 1986
331. Remarks on the Occasion of Presentation from AAMC Commemorating the NIH Centennial, October 27, 1986
332. Remarks for the Combined Federal Campaign Kickoff Walk/Run, NIH, October 29, 1986
333. Multi-Dimensional Cooperation in Biomedical Research, November 6, 1986
334. The Quest for New Knowledge, November 9, 1986
335. Address. Plenary Session of the Industrial Research Industries Annual Meeting, November 10, 1986
336. Talking Points. IOM Meeting on Training (No prepared text), November 24, 1986
337. Welcoming Remarks. Scientific Seminar on The Environment and Human Health, December 3, 1986
338. Remarks. NIEHS 20th Anniversary and NIH Centennial Event, December 5, 1986
339. Remarks. DRS Centennial Meeting, NIH, December 8, 1986
340. Opening Remarks. Interagency Human Subjects Coordinating Committee Workshop, December 9, 1986
341. Remarks. NHLBI Tribute to the Citizens of Framingham, Mass., December 17, 1986
342. Remarks. Dedication of the Wilson Portraits, NIH, December 18, 1986
343. Opening Remarks. Intramural Workshop on AIDS Antiviral Agents, NIH (No prepared text), January 8, 1987
344. Lecture. University of New Mexico School of Medicine, January 12, 1987
345. Luncheon Address. Metropolitan Life Awards Luncheon, January 19, 1987
346. Remarks. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Advisory Council Meeting, NIH, January 26, 1987
347. Remarks. NLM Hearing on the Use of Acid-Free Permanent Paper for Biomedical Literature, NIH, January 27, 1987
348. Remarks. NEI Advisory Council Meeting, NIH, January 27, 1987
349. Remarks. Fogarty International Center Advisory Council Meeting, NIH, January 28, 1987
350. Remarks. National Library of Medicine Board of Regents Meeting, NIH (No prepared text), January 29, 1987
351. Address. UCSF Conference on Training Students for Research, January 30, 1987
352. The New Arthritis Institute: Organization, Budget, and Programs, February 5, 1987
353. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Igor Dawid (Mider Lecture), NIH, February 11, 1987
354. Introductory Remarks for Mr. Randall Robinson, NIH, February 12, 1987
355. Remarks of Appreciation for NIH CFC Workers, February 13, 1987
356. Address. AMA-AAAS Symposium, A Health Policy Agenda for the American People: A Framework for Decision Making for Biomedical Research, February 16, 1987
357. Remarks. National Center for Nursing Research Advisory Council, NIH, February 17, 1987
358. Remarks. National Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases Advisory Council, NIH, February 18, 1987
359. Remarks. Division of Cancer Treatment Board of Scientific Counselors Meeting, NIH, February 19, 1987
360. A Second Century of Biomedical Research (No prepared text), February 20, 1987
361. Oral Biology and Biomedicine: Mutual Research Objectives, February 25, 1987
362. Welcoming Remarks. Centennial Scholars Award Presentations at the National Academy of Sciences, March 1, 1987
363. Introductory Remarks for Dr. James Watson and Dr. Albert Sabin, March 2, 1987
364. Introductory Remarks. Centennial Scholars Program Congressional Breakfast, March 3, 1987
365. Statement. House Select Committee on Aging, Subcommittee on Health and Long-Term Care, March 6, 1987
366. Opening Statement. Senate Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Labor-HHS-Education and Related Agencies, March 10, 1987
367. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Bernard Fields, NIH (Presented by Dr. Raub), March 11, 1987
368. Statement. Senate Special Committee on Aging. (Proposed FY 1988 Budget: What it Means for Older Americans), March 13, 1987
369. Talking Points. Public Health Service (PHS) Fiscal Year 1989 Preliminary AIDS Budget/Planning Meeting (No prepared text), March 23, 1987
370. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) and NIH: A Partnership for Research: Dedication of New Wings of Milton Lee Building and FASEB Conference Center, March 29, 1987
371. Toward a New Synthesis in Medicine (No prepared text), March 29, 1987
372. Talking Points. Opening Remarks of the the NIH/APS Symposium at the American Physiological Society Annual Meeting, March 31, 1987
373. A Second Century of Science for Health, April 1, 1987
374. Statement. House Energy and Commerce Committee, Subcommittee on Health and the Environment, April 2, 1987
375. The NIH Centennial - Looking Forward to the Next Century, April 3, 1987
376. The Application of Molecular Biology to Clinical Medicine, April 9, 1987
377. A Second Century of Science for Health, April 10, 1987
378. New Science, New Frontiers, April 24, 1987
379. Advancing Biomedical Research: A Partnership, April 29, 1987
380. Remarks. Association for Professors of Medicine Association on the NIH Centennial (No prepared text), May 1, 1987
381. Observation of the National Institutes of Health Centennial: A Century of Science for Health (No prepared text), May 4, 1987
382. Statement. House Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, May 5, 1987
383. Talking Points. Harvard Medical Center in Observance of the NIH Centennial, May 6, 1987
384. NIH at the Century Mark, May 11, 1987
385. Remarks. University of North Carolina Centennial Celebration (No prepared text), May 15, 1987
386. Remarks. Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association Annual Meeting, May 19, 1987
387. NIH Support of Medical Genetics, May 20, 1987
388. Remarks. The Dedication of the Museum for Biomedical Research, NIH (Given by Dr. J. E. Rall), May 21, 1987
389. Remarks on Behalf of all the Honorary Degree Recipients at the University of Tel Aviv, Israel, May 24, 1987
390. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Francois Jacob, May 26, 1987
391. Remarks. National Library of Medicine Board of Regents Meeting, NIH, May 28, 1987
392. Joseph Goldberger and the Conquest of Pellagra, May 29, 1987
393. Opening Remarks. The III International AIDS Conference, (folder empty), June 1, 1987
394. Opening Remarks. European Medical Research Council Standing Committee Meeting, NIH (No prepared text), June 8, 1987
395. Report on NIH Activities (No prepared text), June 8, 1987
396. Opening Remarks. American Rheumatism Association Annual Meeting, June 9, 1987
397. Closing Remarks. Advisory Committee to the Director Meeting, NIH, June 15, 1987
398. Keynote Address. B'nai-B'rith Anti-Defamation League Awards Dinner, June 16, 1987
399. Remarks. NIH Honor Awards Ceremony, June 22, 1987
400. Some Thoughts on the Future of Space Life Sciences Research, June 23, 1987
401. Remarks. Swearing-In of Dr. Ada S. Hinshaw as First Director of the National Center for Nursing Research, NIH, June 24, 1987
402. Remarks. NIH Alumni Association Japan Symposium, June 30, 1987
403. The Science and Technology Policy in the U.S. and the Role of the NIH, July 2, 1987
404. Talking Points. President Reagan's Visit to the NIH and the Announcement of the Presidential Commission on the HIV Epidemic (No prepared text), July 23, 1987
405. Talking Points. National Academy of Sciences Joint Advisory Boards Meeting (No prepared text), August 8, 1987
406. Remarks. Farewell Party for Dr. John C. Fletcher, NIH, Augsut 11, 1987
407. Remarks. AAMC Task Force on Research Manpower Supply (No prepared text), Augsut 26, 1987
408. Opening Remarks. The History of Research Involving Human Subjects Symposium, NIH, September 8, 1987
409. New Science: New Frontiers (No prepared text), September 9, 1987
410. Remarks. Employee Recognition Day, NIH, September 11, 1987
411. Remarks. Associated Medical Schools of New York Celebration in Honor of the NIH Centennial, September 15, 1987
412. Statement. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, Subcommittee on Research and Development, September 17, 1987
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413. Opening Remarks and History of NIH (No prepared text), September 21, 1987
414. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Michael Berridge, NIH, September 23, 1987
415. Remarks. PAHO/NIH Panel in Honor of the NIH Centennial, September 25, 1987
416. Talking Points. National Cancer Advisory Board Meeting, NIH (No prepared text), September 28, 1987
417. Welcoming Remarks. Visit by British Lords and Ladies, a Subcommittee of the House of Lords, NIH (No prepared text), September 28, 1987
418. Remarks. Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland program in honor of the NIH Centennial, September 29, 1987
419. After-Dinner Remarks. Regional Symposium for NIH Centennial, Frontiers in the Life Sciences, September 30, 1987
420. Opening Remarks. European Symposium in Honor of the NIH Centennial, October 2, 1987
421. After-Dinner Remarks. Participants in the European Symposium in Honor of the NIH Centennial, October 2, 1987
422. Remarks. Luncheon in Honor of Ann Landers, recipient of the FASEB Public Service Award, October 7, 1987
423. The National Institutes of Health at the Century Mark, October 9, 1987
424. Remarks. Reception and Closing Ceremony for NIH Centennial Observance, October 16, 1987
425. Remarks. Montgomery County Reception for NIH Alumni Weekend, October 16, 1987
426. A Century of Science for Health, October 17, 1987
427. Remarks. NIH Alumni Association Formation Meeting, October 18, 1987
428. After-Dinner Address. University of Michigan Celebration in Honor of the NIH Centennial (No prepared text), October 21, 1987
429. After-Dinner Address. Regional Celebration in Honor of the NIH Centennial (No prepared text), October 23, 1987
430. Reception Remarks. National Conference on Collaborative Initiatives in Biotechnology, November 2, 1987
431. Keynote Address. Eleventh Annual Symposium on Computer Applications for Medical Care, November 3, 1987
432. Welcoming Remarks. Third Annual Foreign Science Counselors Visit to NIH, November 4, 1987
433. Opening Remarks. Regional Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH, November 5, 1987
434. Opening Remarks. Regional Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH, November 6, 1987
435. Keynote Address. Centennial Meeting of the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, November 9, 1987
436. Dinner Address. Canadian Medical Research Council Program in Honor of the NIH Centennial, November 12, 1987
437. Biomedical Research Policy for the 21st Century, November 16, 1987
438. Opening Remarks. Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH, November 18, 1987
439. Mortimer Lipsett - The Bid Director, November 20, 1987
440. Remarks. National Fund for Scientific Research Ceremony Celebrating the NIH Centennial, December 2, 1987
441. Present Overview of the NIH: Intra- and Extramural Funding, December 9, 1987
442. Address. AMA Second Medicine for the 21st Century Forum, January 20, 1988
443. Luncheon Address. Yankee Dental Congress, January 24, 1988
444. Remarks. Fogarty International Center Advisory Board Meeting, NIH (No prepared text), January 27, 1988
445. Remarks. National Library of Medicine Board of Regents Meeting (No prepared text), January 28, 1988
446. Remarks. Washington Journalism Center Luncheon (No prepared text), January 28, 1988
447. AIDS - A World Catastrophe (No prepared text), February 1, 1988
448. Research Advances in Alzheimer's Disease (No prepared text), February 2, 1988
449. Opening Remarks. Regional Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH (No prepared text), February 18, 1988
450. Opening Remarks. Regional Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH (No prepared text), February 19, 1988
451. Statement. House Energy and Commerce Committee, Subcommittee on Health and the Environment, February 22, 1988
452. Opening Remarks. First NIH AIDS Program Advisory Committee Meeting, NIH (No prepared text), February 26, 1988
453. Opening Remarks. Ad Hoc Program Advisory Committee on Complex Genomes (No prepared text), February 29, 1988
454. Opening Statement. House Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Labor-HHS-Education and Related Agencies, March 3, 1988
455. Nurturing the Biomedical Research Enterprise, March 10, 1988
456. Statement. House Energy and Commerce Committee, Subcommittee on Health and the Environment, March 15, 1988
457. Address. Association of Academic Health Centers Spring Meeting, March 26, 1988
458. Opening Statement. Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee, March 29, 1988
459. Remarks. Thank you, Grand Rapids, April 21, 1988
460. Opening Statement. Senate Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Labor-HHS-Education and Related Agencies, April 26, 1988
461. Statement. House Energy and Commerce Committee, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, April 27, 1988
462. Address. French Embassy Luncheon for Foreign Science Counselors (No prepared text), April 28, 1988
463. The Outlook for Biomedical Research, April 29, 1988
464. Address. Association of Professors of Medicine Annual Meeting (No prepared text), April 29, 1988
465. Remarks. American Federation for Clinical Research National Council Meeting (No prepared text), April 29, 1988
466. The Current Outlook for Biomedical Research Support, May 4, 1988
467. Statement. House Science and Technology Committee, Subcommittee on National Resources, Agricultural Research and Environment, May 5, 1988
468. Contribution of NIH to Aerospace Medicine, May 12, 1988
469. Remarks. National Library of Medicine Board of Regents, NIH (No prepared text), May 18, 1988 1988
470. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Marion E. Koshland, NIH, May 18, 1988
471. Remarks. National Advisory Committee for Genral Medical Sciences, NIH (No prepared text), May 19, 1988
472. Dinner Remarks. Institute of Medicine (IOM) Committee to Study Strategies to Strengthen the Scientific Excellence of the NIH Intramural Program (No prepared text), May 20, 1988
473. Remarks. American Association for Dental Research and the International Association for Dental Research Banquet (No prepared text), May 25, 1988
474. Introductory Remarks. Foundation for Advance Education in the Sciences (FAES) Colloquium on Scientific Authorship, NIH, May 31, 1988
475. Remarks. NIH Honors Awards Ceremony, June 6, 1988
476. Remarks. Division of Research Resources Advisory Council, NIH (No prepared text), June 9, 1988
477. Remarks. Dedication of Sculpture, Sky Horizon, NIH, June 9, 1988
478. Remarks. First D.C. NIH Alumni Meeting (No prepared text), June 9, 1988
479. Opening Remarks. Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH, June 27, 1988
480. Opening Remarks. The 2nd NIH AIDS Advisory Committee Meeting, NIH, July 12, 1988
481. Remarks. Marine Biological Laboratory Centennial Celebration, July 17, 1988
482. Opening Remarks. First Ad Hoc Advisory Committee for Human Fetal Tissue Transplantation Research, NIH (No prepared text), September 14, 1988
483. Remarks. OD Honors Award Ceremony, NIH, September 14, 1988
484. Remarks. NIEHS Review Meeting on the WHO International Program on Chemical Safety, September 16, 1988
485. Remarks. Opening of Nirenberg Exhibit at the DeWitt Sutten, Jr. Museum of Medical Research, NIH, September 20, 1988
486. Remarks. National Cancer Advisory Board, NIH, September 26, 1988
487. Remarks. News Conference on the Appointment of Dr. James Watson as Associate Director for Human Genome Research, NIH (No prepared text), September 26, 1988
488. Opening Remarks. NIH Intramural Research Day, NIH, September 27, 1988
489. Statement. House Government Operations Committee, Subcommittee on Human Resources and Intergovernmental Relations, September 27, 1988
490. Remarks. Presentation of FASEB Public Service Award Ceremony to Dr. James Shannon, September 30, 1988
491. Opening Remarks. NIH-INSERM Review Meeting, NIH, October 18, 1988
492. Introductory Remarks. Workshop on International Cooperation for the Human Genome Project (No prepared text), October 24, 1988
493. Remarks on Mechanisms and Actions to Promote International Cooperation (No prepared text), October 26, 1988
494. Remarks. OES Advisory Committee Meeting on International Burden Sharing in Big Science (No prepared text), October 31, 1988
495. Introductory Remarks for Dr. Thomas Cech, NIH, November 2, 1988
496. Remarks. Rheumatology Grand Rounds at the University of Alabama Medical School, Birmingham (No prepared text), November 16, 1988
497. The Health of Biomedical Research in the United States, November 17, 1988
498. Strategic Planning for Research in the Medical Sciences, November 18, 1987
499. Remarks. World AIDS Day Celebration, NIH, November 30, 1988
500. The Future of Clinical Investigation, December 4, 1988
501. Opening Remarks. The 3rd NIH AIDS Program Advisory Committee Meeting (No prepared text), December 5, 1988
502. Opening Remarks. Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH, December 14, 1988
503. Remarks. EPA Biotechnology Science Advisory Committee Meeting (No prepared text), December 21, 1988
504. Opening Remarks. First Human Genome Program Advisory Committee Meeting, NIH, January 3, 1989
505. Opening Remarks. Fifth International Symposium on Cancer and AIDS, January 11, 1989
506. Talking Points re the Establishment of the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communicative Disorders (No prepared text), January 24, 1989
507. Remarks to the National Library of Medicine Board of Regents Meeting, NIH (No prepared text), January 26, 1989
508. Luncheon Remarks on Health Care Issues (No prepared text), January 26, 1989
509. Remarks. Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH (No prepared text), January 30, 1989
510. Issues Facing Biomedical Research in the Next Few Years (No prepared text), February 24, 1989
511. Issues Facing Biomedical Research in the Next Few Years (No prepared text), March 2, 1989
512. The Future of Clinical Research (No prepared text), March 3, 1989
513. Increasing Participation of Women, Minorities, and the Handicapped in Biomedical Research (No prepared text), March 9, 1989
514. Status and Future Directions for Biomedical Research (No prepared text), March 11, 1989
515. Talking Points. Secretary's Council on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (No prepared text), March 14, 1989
516. Welcoming Remarks. Dedication Ceremony of the Exhibit on Life of Alfred Nobel and NIH Nobel Terrace, March 17, 1989
517. Opening Statement. House Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Labor-HHS-Education and Related Agencies, March 21, 1989
518. Keynote Address. Association of Biotechnology Companies International Meeting (No prepared text), March 29, 1989
519. Quo Vadis the Physician Scientist? (No prepared text), April 22, 1989
520. Introductory Remarks. Stetten Symposium, NIH (No prepared text), April 27, 1989
521. Statement. House Post Office-Civil Service Committee, April 27, 1989
522. Remarks. American Federation for Clinical Research Council (No prepared text), April 28, 1989
523. Statement. Senate Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Labor-HHS-Education and Related Agencies, May 1, 1989
524. Statement. House Energy and Commerce Committee, May 4, 1989
525. Remarks. Dedication of the Claude Denson Pepper Building, NIH, May 10, 1989
526. Global Interdependence in Medical and Scientific Research (No prepared text), May 12, 1989
527. Strategic Planning for Biomedical Research, May 17, 1989
528. Opening Remarks. Advisory Committee to the Director, NIH, (folder empty), May 18, 1989
529. Remarks. Ceremony Dedicating new Science Building, Indiana University, May 20, 1989
530. Statement. House Science, Space, and Technology Committee, May 24, 1989
531. Biomedical Research: A Foundation for Better Health, May 29, 1989
532. Scientific Collaboration - An Engine of Biomedical Research, June 2, 1989
533. Statement. House Government Operations Committee, Subcommittee on Human Resources and Intergovernmental Relations, June 13, 1989
534. Welcoming Remarks. NHLBI Symposium on Preventative Cardiology, NIH, June 20, 1989
535. Remarks. NIH Director's Award Ceremony, June 21, 1989
536. Statement. Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, July 24, 1989
Subseries: Travel Records and Leave of Absence Cards, 1982-1989
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Travel History, 1982-1987
Travel Orders, 1982-1985
Fiscal Year, folder 1, 1982
Fiscal Year, folder 2, 1982
Fiscal Year, folder 3, 1982
Fiscal Year, folder 4, 1982
Fiscal Year, folder 5, 1982
Fiscal Year, folder 1, 1983
Fiscal Year, folder 2, 1983
Fiscal Year, folder 3, 1983
Fiscal Year, folder 4, 1983
Fiscal Year, folder 5, 1983
Fiscal Year, folder 1, 1984
Fiscal Year, folder 2, 1984
Fiscal Year, folder 3, 1984
Fiscal Year, folder 4, 1984
Fiscal Year, folder 5, 1984
Fiscal Year, folder 6, 1984
Fiscal Year, folder 7, 1984
Fiscal Year, folder 8, 1984
Fiscal Year, folder 9, 1984
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Fiscal Year, folder 1, 1985
Fiscal Year, folder 2, 1985
Fiscal Year, folder 3, 1985
Fiscal Year, folder 4, 1985
Fiscal Year, folder 5, 1985
Fiscal Year, folder 6, 1985
Fiscal Year, folder 7, 1985
Fiscal Year, folder 8, 1985
Fiscal Year, folder 9, 1985
Fiscal Year, folder 1, 1986
Fiscal Year, folder 2, 1986
Fiscal Year, folder 3, 1986
Fiscal Year, folder 4, 1986
Fiscal Year, folder 5, 1986
Fiscal Year, folder 6, 1986
Fiscal Year, folder 7, 1986
Fiscal Year, folder 8, 1986
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Fiscal Year, folder 1, 1987
Fiscal Year, folder 2, 1987
Fiscal Year, folder 3, 1987
Fiscal Year, folder 4, 1987
Fiscal Year, folder 5, 1987
Fiscal Year, folder 6, 1987
Fiscal Year, folder 7, 1987
Fiscal Year, folder 1, 1988
Fiscal Year, folder 2, 1988
Fiscal Year, folder 3, 1988
Fiscal Year, folder 4, 1988
Fiscal Year, folder 5, 1988
Fiscal Year, folder 6, 1988
Fiscal Year, folder 7, 1988
Fiscal Year, folder 8, 1988
Fiscal Year, folder 1, 1989
Fiscal Year, folder 2, 1989
Fiscal Year, folder 3, 1989
Fiscal Year, folder 4, 1989
Fiscal Year, folder 5, 1989
Leave of absence cards, 1983-1989
Subseries: Letters of Recommendation, 1982-1988
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Letters of Recommendation, folder 1, 1982-1983
Letters of Recommendation, folder 2, 1982-1983
Letters of Recommendation, folder 3, 1982-1983
Letters of Recommendation, folder 4, 1982-1983
Letters of Recommendation, folder 1, 1984
Letters of Recommendation, folder 2, 1984
Letters of Recommendation, folder 3, 1984
Letters of Recommendation, folder 1, 1985-1986
Letters of Recommendation, folder 2, 1985-1986
Letters of Recommendation, folder 3, 1985-1986
Letters of Recommendation, folder 1, 1987-1988
Letters of Recommendation, folder 2, 1987-1988
Letters of Recommendation, folder 3, 1987-1988
Letters of Recommendation, folder 4, 1987-1988
Subseries: Personal Correspondence, 1987-1989
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Personal Correspondence, 1987
Personal Correspondence, 1987-1988
Personal Correspondence, folder 1, 1989
Personal Correspondence, folder 2, 1989
Subseries: Personal Items, 1982-1989
Box 14
Personal Items, 1982
Personal Items, 1982-1985
Personal Items, folder 1, 1988
Personal Items, folder 2, 1988
Personal Items, folder 1, 1989
Personal Items, folder 2, 1989
Subseries: Other Files, 1982-1993
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Mrs. Patricia (Patty) Wyngaarden Fitzpatrick, 1982
Patients, 1982-1989
1988 Nobel Prize Nomination, 1988
Thank You Letters For Job at NIH, 1989
Annual Report(s) of Outside Activity, 1986-1989
U.S.-Dutch Conference on Science Policy in the Nineties (The Hague, Netherlands), October 3-4, 1989
75th Anniversary Eastman Dental Club (Rochester, N.Y.), September 13-14, 1990
Workshop on Science & Society (Berlin, Germany), November 25-30, 1990
Advanced Research Program/Advanced Technology Program (Austin, Tex.), 1988
Advanced Research Program/Advanced Technology Program (Austin, Tex.), 1989
Advanced Research Program/Advanced Technology Program (Austin, Tex.), 1990
Advanced Research Program/Advanced Technology Program (Austin, Tex.), folder 1, December 6-7, 1990
Advanced Research Program/Advanced Technology Program (Austin, Tex.), folder 2, December 6-7, 1990
Survey Meeting on Genome Research (Paris, France), February 8-9, 1991
Burroughs Wellcome Co. Molecular Therapeutics: Cancer Therapy in the 21st Century, March 3-6, 1991
Vannevar Bush Symposium (Washington, D.C.), March 19-20, 1991
Address: Ethics in Research (Chapel Hill, N.C.), March 27, 1991
Reception of Kober Medal (Seattle, Wash.), May 5, 1991
Keynote Address. Human Genome Research in an Independent World (Washington, D.C.), June 2-4, 1991
Current Status of Science of Human Genetics, Second International Meeting of the Milazzo Group (Sicily, Italy), July 20-23, 1991
Video with Dr. William Kelley (Philadelphia, Pa.), September 18, 1991
Human Genome Symposium (Quebec City, Quebec), September 29, 1991
National Conference for Advancement of Research Gamota-MITRE, October 7, 1991
Bristol-Myers-Squibb Talk (Princeton, N.J.), October 28-29, 1991
National Library of Medicine Planning Panel, folder 1, October 31-November 1, 1991
National Library of Medicine Planning Panel, folder 2, October 31-November 1, 1991
Academic Otrhopaedic Society (Washington, D.C.), November 8-10, 1991
Duke Medical Center Grand Rounds - Alumni Weekend, November 15, 1991
National Library of Medicine Planning Panel on Toxicology and the Environment, folder 1, January 9-10, 1992
National Library of Medicine Planning Panel on Toxicology and the Environment, folder 2, January 9-10, 1992
Keynote Address. Young Surgical Investigators Conference (Leesburg, Va.), April 27, 1992
Gene Symposium (Hargitay & Partners) (Vienna, Austria), folder 1, May 8, 1992
Gene Symposium (Hargitay & Partners) (Vienna, Austria), folder 2, May 8, 1992
American Chemical Society International Interests Retreat (Washington, D.C.), May 30, 1992
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Committee on Career Paths for Clinical Research, Workshop on Clinical Research and Training: Spotlight on Funding, June 12-13, 1992
Tribute to Hans Stetten & David Shemin (Woods Hole, Mass.), July 10, 1992
SEAB Task Force on Energy Research Priorities (Fairfax, Va.), folder 1, September 24, 1992
SEAB Task Force on Energy Research Priorities (Fairfax, Va.), folder 2, September 24, 1992
Intellectual Property in Genome Mapping Projects (Munich, Germany), folder 1, November 20-22, 1992
Intellectual Property in Genome Mapping Projects (Munich, Germany), folder 2, November 20-22, 1992
NIDDK Symposium - Frontiers in Mineral Metabolism (Bethesda, Md.), December 8-9, 1992
Brandeis University Talk (Waltham, Mass.), March 31, 1993
AAAS - Hemispheric Initiatives in Science (Washington, D.C.), April 22, 1993
AAAS Planning Conference New Initiatives in Pan-American Science Collaboration (Washington, D.C.), May 28-29, 1993
9th Conference on Health Policy - Cornell (New York, N.Y.), December 9-10, 1993
Subseries: Reprints and Interview, 1979-1988
Box 16
Publication 164: The Clinical Investigator as an Endangered Species, 6 December 1979
Publication 166: Recent Advances in the Pathophysiology of Primary Gout, 6-7 June 1981
Publication 167: Inherited Disorders of Purine Metabolism, 1982
Publication 168: Pulmonary Perspective, Julia Jones Memorial Lecture, 1982
Publication 194: Encouraging Young Physicians to Pursue a Career in Clinical Research, November 9, 1982
Publication 195: Careers in Academic Medicine, 1982
Publication 196: Government, Industry, and Academia: A Bermuda Triangle?, undated
Publication 197: Trends in NIH of Research, 1982
Publication 198: The Construction of the NIH Budget for Fiscal Year 1984, May 2, 1983
Publication 199: Directions and Challenges in Health Sciences Research, 1983
Publication 200: Nurturing the Scientific Enterprise, January 27, 1984
Publication 201: Science and Government: A Federal Agency Perspective, September 1, 1984
Publication 202: The Future of Clinical Investigation, June 24, 1983
Publication 203: A Worldwide Problem in Medical Research, 1984
Publication 204: A Worldwide Problem in Medical Research, June 3, 1983
Publication 206: Association for Academic Surgery Panel Discussion, November 14, 1983
Publication 207: The Support of Clinical Research and Training by the National Institutes of Health, July 26, 1984
Publication 215: The Priority of Patient-Oriented Research for NIH, November 29-December 2, 1984
Publication 216: The Support of Clinical Research and Training by the National Institutes of Health, July 1, 1985
Publication 217: NIH's Role in Fostering Biotechnology, November 1, 1985
Publication 218: The Role of the NIH in Improving Public Health, 1985
Publication 219: Research in the USA, 1986
Publication 220: Nurturing the Biomedical Research Enterprise, August 1, 1986
Publication 221: Certain Aspects of Medical Research and Its Support, September-October 1987
Publication 222: The Physician's Stake in Animal Research, August 1, 1986
Publication 223: The Role of Government Support in Biomedical Research, December 1, 1986
Publication 224: The NIH in its Centennial Year, August 21, 1987
Publication 225: A Note to Chicken Little: The Sky is Not Falling, September 1, 1987
Publication 226: Certain Aspects of Medical Research and Its Support, September-October 1987
Publication 227: A Second Century of Biomedical Research, February 20, 1987
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Publication 228: Aging as a Priority in Research, undated
Publication 229: Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases: An Approach to Active Long Life, 1987
Publication 230: The Evolution of Science at the NIH and the NIEHS, 1987
Publication 231: A Century of Science For Health, 1987
Publication 242: Multidimensional Cooperation in Biomedical Research, November 6, 1986
Publication 243: Contributions of NIH to Aerospace Medicine, May 12, 1988
Interview for Stanford University Medical Center weekly newspaper, Campus Report, April 1, 1986

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Thyroid, undated
Horecker, undated
Chromotography, undated
Xanthine, undated

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