Posted on May 12th, 2020 by Dr. Francis Collins
Posted In: Director's Album - Photos
Tags: dogs, NIH Career Symposium, NIH Office of Intramural Training & Education, OITE, training
A scientifically enlightening snapshot with a fascinating title “Teaching a discerning dog new tricks”; the expert highlight certainly provides spectacular scientific/clinical research gains in my current understanding of innovative teaching/pedagogy, mentoring, training and publishing for further enriching my competitive scientific/clinical research portfolio globally.
Timeline-based workshops/academy-based webinars and symposia add to the scientific temperament of both emerging and established investigators for acquiring ethically-conceptualized/designed projects’/proposals’ funds and meaningfully contributing integrity-based patient-friendly clinically significant outcomes-based translational/public health impact-based scientific publications.
With my meticulously published scientific articles (50 with 48 first authorships as of May 2020), I, Dr. Pandey, heartily congratulate my American experts/professional strategy-managers at the Maryland-based NIH Grants office with a deserving special applause to Dr. Collins, Director, NIH, USA for continuously providing novel scientific snapshots and expert intellectual inputs in the complex academics, medical research/scientific publications and healthcare arena(s)!
Keep it up, sir.
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