ORS News2Use

The ORS News2Use newsletter is published quarterly by the Office of Research Services (ORS), providing pertinent information and updates about ORS services to the NIH community.
Spring 2020
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5/19/2020Dr. Anthony Fauci inspires us all during this worldwide pandemic and he has gone above and beyond to educate and enlighten us all.  The Medical Arts Team is honored to work with so many individuals dedicated to the NIH research mission.
Medical Arts Appreciation to Dr. Anthony FauciMay 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020Members of the NIH Wildlife Veterinary Volunteers responded to a call from the NIH Police about a sighting of a den of foxes at the entrance to Building 30.
Wildlife Updates on the NIH Main CampusMay 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020Dr. Jessica McCormick-Ell started on April 27 as the new Director of the Division of Occupational Health and Safety (DOHS).
ORS Welcomes Dr. McCormick-Ell as Director of the Division of Occupational Health and SafetyMay 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020While NIH's "Take Your Child To Work Day", originally scheduled for April 23, was canceled this year, several institutes and offices devised creative online programs for staff and their families.
NIH Plans Online Take Your Child to Work Day EventsMay 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020ORS welcomes Anna Verschoore to the NIH Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Division of Occupational Health and Safety.
Welcome Anna Verschoore as New EAP ManagerMay 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020In this special edition of I AM ORS, we showcase the exceptional employees behind the COVID-19 pandemic response efforts at the NIH.
I AM ORS Spring 2020May 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020For many NIH staff members, the current stay-at-home orders, coupled with school and childcare closures, mean every day is "Take Your Child to Work Day"… at home.
What to Do When Every Day is “Take Your Child to Work Day" May 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020Like our colleagues throughout NIH, the Division of International Services (DIS) took significant steps to respond to the changes in our work environment due to COVID-19.
International Services Response to COVID-19May 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020The Division of Radiation Safety (DRS) has maintained daily services throughout the drawn-down of NIH research lab operations.
Radiation Safety Ongoing Operations Through COVID-19May 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, currently there is no evidence of food or food packaging being associated with transmission of COVID-19.
Food Safety and COVID-19May 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020​The NIH Library is pleased to present a bioinformatics workshop focused on the Single Cell Sequencing. This one-day workshop is available entirely online.
Bioinformatics Workshop On Single Cell SequencingMay 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation, DPSAC has implemented measures to help prevent the spread of disease.
NIH Reduces Badging Services to Help Prevent the Spread of COVID-19May 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020With warmer spring and summer weather approaching, and many of us spending more time than usual cooking at home due to COVID-19 precautions.
Tips for Barbecue GrillsMay 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020The NIH Library is here to help you—online—with your virtual information and research needs.
Virtual Research Resources from the NIH LibraryMay 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020Inter-office mail may be sent from and to any one of NIH's Montgomery County facilities.
NIH Inter-Office Mail Proper AddressingMay 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020The NIH Library staff was excited to connect virtually in this fun project to get the message out about why they love Public Service.
NIH Library Staff Gets Together to Share their Public Service Recognition Week MessageMay 19, 2020Spring 2020
5/19/2020ORS celebrated “Public Service Recognition Week,” held the first week of May.
ORS Honors Public Service WorkersMay 19, 2020Spring 2020

ORS Honors Public Service Workers

ORS celebrated “Public Service Recognition Week,” held the first week of May since 1985 to honor the men and women who serve our nation as federal, state, county and local government employees.
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