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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. Read more...



Walking Legs
Mapping Human Muscle Movement
Rehabilitation medicine uses imaging technology to study how a person walks or runs.
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Celebrating 50 Years of Clinical Research
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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