The National Institutes of Health
The intramural and extramural programs of the National Institutes of Health (NIH)have been the greatest force in biomedical research anywhere in the world.Many Nobel prizes have been won by scientists working both as part of the extramural program,as well as at the site of the intramural program in Bethesda,Maryland.The Clinical Center opened in 1952,and I had the wonderful opportunity to become a Clinical Associate on July 1, 1955,after finishing the second year of Assistant Residency in Internal Medicine at Hopkins.I worked under the direction of the late renal physiologist,Dr.Robert Berliner, who subsequently became Dean of Yale Medical School.
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