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Name Chen, Philip S.
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Image of 15.0023.001 - Program

15.0023.001 - Program

White cardstock bifold. Photo of Stetten on the cover and program is inside.

Image of 89.0001.385 - Poster

89.0001.385 - Poster

Wood frames. Charts are paper mounted on board. All writing is in Chinese. .01 front view of man with half showing skeleton and internal organs; the other half just skin. Also shows points for mouth, eye, neck, underarm, and genitals. .02 rear view of man with half showing skeleton and internal organs; the other half just skin. Also shows points for top ofhead, ears, and hands. .03 left profile of naked man. Also shows points for neck, ear, hand, and feet and has chart explaining lines. 89.0001.385.01 - No. 1: Front View of Male 89.0001.385.02 - No. 2: Rear View of Male 89.0001.385.03 - No. 3: Left Profile of Male

Image of 92.0015.002 - Needle, Acupuncture

92.0015.002 - Needle, Acupuncture

Blue paper envelope with 12 stainless steel needles inside. Six needles are longer. Yellow sheet of paper with "Contents Sterile if Unopened and Undamaged: Disposable Acupuncture Needles, 12 1" shank Stainless Steel Needles. Needle diameter .012, 1 1/4" length. Date 12/5/73, Lot #125. CAUTION: Experimental device limited to investigational use by or under the direct supervision of licensed medical or dental practitioners. This device is to be used only under conditions designed to protect the patients as a research subject and where the scientific protocol for investigation has been reviewed and approved by an appropriate institutional review committee or where conditions for such use

Image of 92.0015.003 - Ball, Acupuncture

92.0015.003 - Ball, Acupuncture

Gold foil pack. Balls sit on small squares. "Made in Japan" in black on one side and Sakamura on the other.

Image of 97.0003.001 - Bookend

97.0003.001 - Bookend

Wooden bookends, branded with the Department of Health, Education & Welfare seal: "Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, U.S.A." with an eagle over a caduceus on top of a book with a chain forming a circle around the book. Underneath in banner is the motto "spes anchora vitae" (Hope? is the anchor of life). 97.0003.001.01 - Dept. of Health, Education, & Welfare bookend (wood) 97.0003.001.02 - Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare bookend (wood)

Image of Office of History Photograph Collection - Scientific directors of the National Institutes of Health

Office of History Photograph Collection - Scientific directors of the National Institutes of Health

Group photograph of the scientific directors of the National Institutes of Health in 1976. The directors in the front row (left to right) are: Drs. Jack Orloff, Leon Jacobs, Philip S. Chen, DeWitt Stetten, Bernard Talbot, Alan S. Rabson, and Roger M. Cole. In the second row the directors are Dr. Vincent T. DeVita, Mr. Edward E. Nicholas, Drs. James B. Sidbury, Joe R. Held, Wallace D. Armstrong, Joseph E. Rall, and David P. Rall. The directors in the third row are Drs. Roger L. Black, Arnold W. Pratt, Thomas N. Chase, James A. Peters, and John C. Eberhart. There are also insets of four additional directors who are Drs. Ruth L. Kirschstein, Carl Kupfer, Harry M. Meyer, and Nathan W. Shock

Image of Scientific Directors - Scientific Directors of National Institutes of Health, 1976

Scientific Directors - Scientific Directors of National Institutes of Health, 1976

The Board of Scientific Directors develops, reviews, and recommends policies affecting the intramural research programs of the National Institutes of Health. The voting members of the Board comprise the NIH Scientific Directors and the Director, CBER, FDA. The chair of the Board is the Deputy Director for Intramural Research (DDIR). This is a group portrait of the taken in 1976.

Image of NIH Directors - Bernadine Healy Swearing-In Ceremony

NIH Directors - Bernadine Healy Swearing-In Ceremony

Dr. Bernadine Healy was appointed by President George H.W. Bush as the first woman director of NIH.

Image of Campus Buildings - Dedication of the Ambulatory Care Research Facility (ACRF)

Campus Buildings - Dedication of the Ambulatory Care Research Facility (ACRF)

Dedication of the Ambulatory Care Research Facilty (ACRF) on October 22, 1981.

Image of Events at NIH - Campus visit by President Ronald Reagan

Events at NIH - Campus visit by President Ronald Reagan

President Ronald Reagan visits the National Institutes of Health. Shown are Dr. James Wyngaarden, NIH director, Dr. Anthony Fauci and Surgeon General C. Everett Koop.

Image of Events at NIH - Visit to the NIH campus by David Rockefeller, 6/1988

Events at NIH - Visit to the NIH campus by David Rockefeller, 6/1988

David Rockefeller, Sr. (1915 -), youngest child of John D. Rockefeller, is the honorary chair and life trustee of the Rockefeller University. The university is a world-renowned center for research and graduate education in the biomedical sciences, chemistry, bioinformatics and physics. The National Institutes of Health and the Rockefeller University have a history of collaboration.

Image of Events at NIH - William H. Natcher groundbreaking ceremonies

Events at NIH - William H. Natcher groundbreaking ceremonies

The William H. Natcher Building (Building 45) groundbreaking ceremonies. William H. Natcher was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Kentucky's 2nd district and served in the House from 1953 until his death on March 29, 1994.

Image of NIH Campus Visits - American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine visit

NIH Campus Visits - American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine visit

The National Institutes of Health supports efforts in several areas of biomedical research. This visit was from representatives of the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM). Dr. James B. Wyngaarden was director of the NIH during this visit and welcomed them to the campus.

Image of NIH Campus Visits - Maryland Senator Barbara Mikulski visit to NIH

NIH Campus Visits - Maryland Senator Barbara Mikulski visit to NIH

The National Institutes of Health hosts visits each year by senators and others that are interested in biomedical research and funding. Senator Mikulski is the senior senator from the state of Maryland. She is Maryland's first female senator and currently the most senior female Senator, having served since 1987, and ranking 17th (out of 100) in seniority. This visit to NIH was in her first year of the Senate.

Image of NIH Campus Visits - Robert E. Windom, HHS Assistant Secretary for Health

NIH Campus Visits - Robert E. Windom, HHS Assistant Secretary for Health

Robert E. Windom, Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary for Health visits the National Instittutes of Health. Visits by HHS Secretaries are frequent at the NIH and they are usually events scheduled to meet with laboratory personnel, researchers and the Institute Directors. This record has over 100 images associated with it.

Image of Events at NIH - Dedication of the Mary Lasker Building

Events at NIH - Dedication of the Mary Lasker Building

Mary Woodard Lasker (1900-1994) worked to raise funds for medical research and founded the Lasker Foundation. A recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom (1969) Lasker was a tireless supporter for healthcare. In 1984 the National Institutes of Health dedicated the Mary Woodard Lasker Center for Health Research and Education in the Convent, the oldest building on the NIH campus.The Mary Lasker Papers are held at the National Library of Medicine and at Columbia University.