Fascinating talks by remarkable scientists: NIH videocasts

Have you ever heard of TED talks? If you haven't, it is a web-based platform for thousands of interesting talks from ant behavior to positive psychology. If this interests you, then you will be even more intrigued by a series of lectures organized by the NIH to educate scientists on the currents topics in medicine. This website hosts hundred of different topics spanning from hospital infections: rumors and reality, to anticancer nanomedicines: current status and future opportunities. 

Here is a list of the most recent lectures:

Demystifying Medicine for PhD Students - very interesting!!

Is Work Making You Fat? 

Pluripotent Stem Cells

Perspective on National Health Care Reform and Its Implications for Both Health Care Delivery and Clinical Research

Applying the Substance Abuse Confidentiality Regulations to Health Information Exchange

Development of the Vertebrate Hematopoietic System

And hundreds more!!!

Click here to access the website:

http://videocast.nih.gov/pastevents.asp?c=45

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