The newest addition to the National
Institutes of Health—the National
Institute of Biomedical Imaging and
Bioengineering—is the fruit of persistent
lobbying by scientists and engineers. The institute, which hosted its first
advisory council meeting in January, took
an important step forward when radiologist
Roderic Pettigrew became its first
director last fall.
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