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NIH dedicated the Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center in ceremonies September 22, 2004.
The Center will provide a unique opportunity for clinicians, scientists, and patients to study and conquer both chronic and acute disease in the 21st century. This new 870,000-square-foot facility will connect to the existing NIH Clinical Center, which opened its doors to patients in 1953.
Mapping Human Muscle Movement
Rehabilitation medicine uses imaging technology to study how a person walks or runs.
Blood Donors Needed
Take some time to save a life. Become an NIH volunteer blood donor.
Celebrating 50 Years of Clinical Research
The NIH Clinical Center continues to set the stage for the synthesis of biomedical knowledge.
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NIH researchers conduct more than 1,000 studies at the Clinical Center.
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