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NIH Record  
Vol. LVII, No.16
August 12, 2005
Email Phishing Attacks at NIH Increase
NIMH's Giedd Lectures on Teen Brain
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Speaker Probes Concept of Microbes as Weapons
Dr. Arturo Casadevall of Albert Einstein College of Medicine
It wasn't the kind of seminar where a terrorist might slip in with a tape recorder and furtively learn how to create biological mischief; they don't offer that sort of fare over the NIH videocast system after all. Rather, Dr. Arturo Casadevall of Albert Einstein College of Medicine offered a sweeping intellectual consideration of how we view risk in a July 14 talk in Bldg. 50 titled, "The Weapon Potential of a Microbe."

'Transforming NIH'
In 10th Annual Diggs Lecture, Maddox Calls for Concerted Change
Dr. Yvonne Maddox (l) and Dr. Duane Alexander greet Claudette Diggs, wife of the late Dr. John W. Diggs.
NIH's past, present and future were significantly blended on July 21 as NICHD deputy director Dr. Yvonne Maddox challenged the agency to apply its historic intellect, consummate expertise and collective energies toward "Transforming NIH in an Age of Translational Sciences."