Posted on April 9th, 2021 by Dr. Francis Collins
Posted In: Director's Album - Videos
Tags: Carrie Wolinetz, COVID-19, Here Comes the Sun, music, pandemic, Wole Akinso, Zoe
Lovely and inspirational!
I absolutely love it! Thank you to all you NIHers – you have saved the world. We are so grateful for all the hard work of all your scientists, so that we can get beyond this pandemic.
Dr. Collins has many talents ^.^
I enjoyed the song but I still have to ask – does this mean we are sure all the vaccines work against all the variants?
Excellent tunes and lyrics! Thank you Dr. Collins. We keep you all in our prayers.
Thanks for reminding us that music inspires us in many ways and that science and art one and the same.
Love that DNA structure on his guitar 💕
Thank you Dr. Collins it was lovely!! Thanks for allowing the light to shine 😀
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