Hi everyone! I’m NIH Director Francis Collins, and I want to thank you for reading my blog. Over the past six years, I’ve used this twice-weekly blog to share many exciting advances from NIH-supported research.But I’ve been thinking it might be time to upgrade your blog experience, and I’d be grateful if you’d give me some input on how to do that.
So, you’ll see a button (above) that will take you to a brief readership survey. It’s just a half-dozen questions, so it should only take a couple minutes of your time. Once I get your thoughts, I’ll use them to help update the blog design and content, while continuing to bring you all of the hottest science that we can identify. So thank you.
From my “house” at NIH to yours, I’d like to wish each of you and your loved ones a wonderful holiday season and a happy, healthful New Year. Throughout the past year, I hope that you’ve enjoyed the entries in this blog, sharing just a few of the many breakthroughs in biomedical research and introducing you to some of the young scientists who fill me with such hope for the future. As we prepare to turn the NIH Director’s Blog calendar to 2016, I look forward to bringing you even more exciting discoveries that show the power of science to build a healthier tomorrow.
But I need your help! In this season of giving, I’d like to ask each of you for a little something: your thoughts on how to make what I think is a good blog even better. So, please click on the “gift” below to take part in a brief, anonymous survey that should take no more than a couple of minutes. Thanks so much for your time!