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  • An NCI researcher prepares a PCR reaction.
  • An NIH Laboratory scientist examines a specimen.
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  • 2009 Nobel Laureate Carol W. Greider
  • NIH investigators examine cells under a microscope.

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Regina Smith James, M.D.

The undeniable and compelling need to eliminate health disparities has been an important driver of the career of Dr. Regina Smith James in the several positions she’s held at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

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