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Clinical Center Tours

The Clinical Center tours emphasize the unique aspects of the NIH Clinical Center's mission, architecture, and history.

Clinic tour (Tuesday/Wednesday, 9:00-10:00 a.m.): Participants in the clinic tours will visit a patient care unit and see highlights of patient amenities. In addition to this basic tour, on Tuesday, participants will be separated into two groups, with one group visiting the CC Pharmacy Department and the other group visiting the NIDDK Metabolic Clinical Research Unit Similarly, on Wednesday, one group will tour the CC Clinical Movement Analysis Lab and another group will tour NCI Radiation Oncology Branch.

History exhibit tour (Tuesday/Wednesday, 9:00-10:00 a.m.): On both Tuesday and Wednesday, a member of the Office of NIH History will take participants to three exhibits in Building 10: "The Stadtman Way: A Tale of Two Biochemists at NIH," "Deciphering the Genetic Code: Marshall Nirenberg," and "Innovation and Invention: NIH and Prosthetic Heart Valves." The exhibits are part of the NIH Stetten Museum. For more details on these exhibits, see

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