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Speeches and Appearances [subseries]:
27 11
Speech List [3.5 computer disk], 1991 Mar-Jun 1993
27 12
Speeches of Interest Quoting Dr. Healy, 1991-1992
27 13-15
Chronological Index and Travel Itineraries, 1991-1993
27 16-19
Speeches presented By Dr. Bernadine Healy, 1991 Mar-1992 Feb
27 20-21
Speeches Book 1, 1991 Mar-May
27 22-23
Speeches Book 2, 1991 Jun-Sept
28 1
Speeches Book 2 [cont'd.], 1991 Jun-Sept
28 2-6
Speeches Book 3, 1991 Oct-1992 Mar
28 7-8
Speeches Book 4, 1992 Apr-May
28 9-10
Speeches Book 5, 1992 Jun-Aug
28 11-13
Speeches Book 6, 1992 Sep-Oct
28 14
Speeches Book 7, 1992 Nov-Dec
28 15-16
Speeches Book 8, 1993 Jan-Mar
28 17-18
Speeches Book 9, 1993 Apr-Jun
29 1
Speeches Book 9 [cont'd.], 1993 Apr-Jun
29 2-3
Spring Speeches Quotes, 1993
29 4-5
Speeches and Testimonies Requested by Dr. Healy on Competitiveness, Drug Pricing, National Economy, 1993
29 6
Remarks presented at the Forum on Breast Cancer, 1991 Jan 15
29 7
Medical Institutions for Blacks a Historical Perspective Opening Remarks by Dr. Bernadine Healy, 1991 Feb 05
29 8
Statement of Bernadine P. Healy, M.D. National Institutes of Health Before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources the United States Senate, 1991 Mar 14
29 9
Appropriations Hearing Remarks, 1991 Mar 25
29 10
Women's Quality of Life: the Costs and Benefits of Living Longer, presented at the Seminar on Women's Health at NIH, 1991 Apr 03
29 11
Opening Remarks Before Rep. Natcher Department of Health and Human Services NIH Statement of the Director, 1991 Apr 09
29 12
In the Service of Humankind: Women in Academic Medicine, presented by Carola Eisenburg M.D. at the Symposium on Women in Medicine, 1991 Apr 11
29 13
Statement before the Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health and the Environment the US of Representatives, 1991 Apr 15
29 14
Remarks presented at the NIH Division of Engineering Services Awards Ceremony, 1991 Apr 18
29 15
Statement before the Department of Health and Human Services Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Aging Subcommittee, 1991 Apr 19
29 16
Statement before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Aging Subcommittee, 1991 Apr 19
29 17
Introduction to NIH/PMA Technology Transfer Conference, 1991 Apr 25
29 18
Taking Points Opening Remarks for Media Availability, 1991 Apr 25
29 19
NIH: Investing in the Quality of Life, presented at the Carolinas Medical Center Spring Symposium, 1991 Apr 30
29 20
Talking Points Antidefamation League Old Executive Office Building, 1991 May 02
29 21
Remarks presented at the National Cancer Advisory Board Meeting, 1991 May 06
29 22
Women in Government Relations, 1991 May 08
29 23
Remarks at the 1991 American College of Cardiology Spring Health Policy Retreat, 1991 May 10
29 24
Remarks presented at the National Deafness and Other Communications Disorders Advisory Council, 1991 May 15
29 25
The Path is Made by Walking, presented at the Medical College of Pennsylvania Commencement, 1991 May 18
29 26
NIH: Investing in the Quality of Life, University of Virginia, 1991 May 20
29 27
Remarks presented at the NIH Alumni Association Reception at the Embassy of Italy, 1991 May 21
29 28
Introduction for NIH Lecture Dr. Wen-Hwa Lee, 1991 May 23
29 29
Remarks presented at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Advisory Council Meeting, 1991 May 23
29 30
Remarks presented at the National Advisory Council on Aging, 1991 May 24
29 31
Remarks presented at the Second Annual Decade of the Brain Symposium, 1991 May 28
29 32
Remarks at the National Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Advisory Council Meeting, 1991 May 29
29 33
Remarks for Dedication of the Lowell P. Weicker Building, 1991 May 30
29 34
Statement before the House Aging Subcommittee on Housing and Consumer Interests for Hearing on Providing Health Care Related Consumer Information to Middle-Aged Women, 1991 May 30
29 35
Remarks at the National Advisory Eye Council, 1991 May 31
29 36
Remarks presented at the National Advisory Neurological Disorders and Stroke Council Meeting, 1991 May 31
29 37
The Persistence and Complexity of the Indirect Cost Issue, 1991 Jun 03
29 38
An Awakening in Women's Health, presented at the National Council of Jewish Women Meeting at the White House, 1991 Jun 03
29 39
Remarks for Saving Lives on Capitol Hill, 1991 Jun 05
29 40
Improving the Quality of Life for Rural Populations through Biomedical Research, Des Moines Chamber of Commerce, 1991 Jun 06
29 41
Remarks presented at the National Advisory Council for Human Genome Research Meeting, 1991 Jun 07
29 42
Biomedical Research: Vulnerable Investigator - Endangered Enterprise, presented at the John Benson Symposium, Philadelphia, PA, 1991 Jun 12
29 43
Remarks presented at the Scholars Reception for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 1991 Jun 13
29 44
Remarks presented at the National Osteoporosis Foundation Third Annual Award Luncheon, 1991 Jun 13
29 45
Remarks presented at the National Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Disease Advisory Council Meeting, 1991 Jun 14
29 46
Remarks presented at the National Center for Research Resources Recognition Day, 1991 Jun 14
29 47
Prologue to Action: Life Sciences Education and Science Literacy, Columbus, Ohio, 1991 Jun 16
29 48
Remarks presented at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 1991 Jun 18
29 49
Remarks presented at the NIH Directors Awards Ceremony, 1991 Jun 19
29 50
Remarks presented at reception celebrating the fifth anniversary of the National Center for Nursing Research, 1991 Jun 19
29 51
Remarks presented at meeting of Friends of the National Library of Medicine, 1991 Jun 20
29 52
Remarks presented at the Eastern Regional Meeting for Community Input, Introduction of Congressman Stokes, 1991 Jun 20
29 53
Remarks presented at the National Advisory Council for Nursing Research meeting, 1991 Jun 20
29 54
Remarks presented at the Board of Regents of the National Library of Medicine Meeting, 1991 Jun 21
29 55
Remarks at the Formal Swearing In as NIH Director, 1991 Jun 24
29 56
Cancer and Poverty, President's Cancer Panel NIH, 1991 Jul 09
29 57
Handling Scientific Misconduct Challenges for NIH, PHS Advisory Committee on Scientific Integrity, 1991 Jul 15
29 58
Remarks presented at the Institute of Medicine Council Meeting, 1991 Jul 15
29 59
Remarks presented at the First Year Birthday at the Children's Inn, 1991 Jul 17
29 60
Moving Into a New Dimension of Biomedical Research, NIH-ADAMHA Intramural Research Community Town Meeting [35mm slides], 1991 Jul 18
29 61
Remarks presented at Meeting of Congressional Caucus on Biomedical Research on Subject of Women's Health, 1991 Jul 29
29 62
Statement before the House Energy and Commerce Committee Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, 1991 Aug 01
29 63
Remarks presented at the National Institutes of Health Minority Regional Input Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, 1991 Aug 02
29 64
Living on the Frontier, Address presented before the International Platform Association upon receiving the 1991 George Crile Award, Washington, DC, 1991 Aug 05
29 65
Policy Making on the Biomedical Frontier, presented at the Princeton-In-Washington Seminar, 1991 Aug 07
29 66
Suggested Remarks at the OD/ORS Awards Ceremony, 1991 Aug 28
29 67
Opening remarks for the Program on Women's Equality Day, National Institutes of Health, 1991 Aug 29
29 68
Research on Women's Health: Expanding the Horizons of Biomedical Science, presented at Workshop on Opportunities for Research on Women's Health, 1991 Sep 04
29 69
Remarks presented at the National Advisory Council for Nursing Research meeting, 1991 Sep 06
29 70
Remarks presented at the Health Industry Manufacturers Association meeting, 1991 Sep 13
29 71
The Role of NIH in Biomedical Research, presented at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan [35mm slides], 1991 Sep 16
29 72
Partners in Health Education: Developing Education Programs and Materials for Health Professionals, presented at Partners in Health Education Workshop, 1991 Sep 19
29 73
Remarks presented at the National Advisory Research Resources Council Meeting, 1991 Sep 20
29 74
Remarks presented at the NIH-ADAMHA Intramural Research Community Town Meeting [35mm slides], 1991 Sep 20
29 75
More Than We Are Now, presented at the House Wednesday Group Conference, 1991 Sep 21
29 76
Awakening in Women's Health, presented at the National Council of Jewish Women, National Capital Area Section, 1991 Sep 24
29 77
Remarks and Introduction of Maxine Singer at the Florence Mahoney Lecture, 1991 Sep 25
29 78
Remarks presented at the National Advisory Allergy and Infectious Diseases Council Meeting, 1991 Sep 26
29 79
Remarks for Swearing-In Ceremony for Dr. Kenneth Olden as Director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 1991 Sep 26
29 80
Remarks at the National Advisory Dental Research Council Meeting, 1991 Sep 30
29 81
Remarks presented at the Susan G. Komen National Awards Luncheon, 1991 Oct 02
29 82
Introductory Remarks for Dr. Louis Sullivan's Visit, 1991 Oct 07
29 83
Is the Physician Scientist an Endangered Species? presented at the IOM Committee Meeting on Addressing Career Paths for Clinical Research Paths, 1991 Oct 08
29 84
NIH Strategic Plan presentation to Governor Sununu [35mm slides], 1991 Oct 09
29 85
Remarks presented at seminar for international senior executives at the Sloan School of Management, Brookings Institution, Washington, DC [35mm slides], 1991 Oct 16
29 86
Testimony for the Hearing on the Possible Uses and Miscues of Genetic Information Subcommittee on Government Information, Justice, and Agriculture Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, 1991 Oct 17
29 87
Making Facts Matter, presented at the Harvard Faculty Symposium on Connecting Learning to Policy, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1991 Oct 18
29 88
Opening remarks at the Health Policy Roundtable at the American Institute for Public Policy Research, Washington, DC, 1991 Oct 21
29 89
Statement at the National Eye Institute News Conference Foscarnet-Ganciclouir CMU Retinitis Trial Announcement of Results, 1991 Oct 21
29 90
Opening Remarks for the Disability Employment Awareness Program, 1991 Oct 24
29 91
Remarks at Congressional Dinner Commemorating the Paper Preservation Project, 1991 Oct 24
29 92
Remarks at the Public Hearing on NIH Women's Health Initiative, 1991 Oct 28
29 93
Partners in the Public Interest, presented before the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, 1991 Nov 12
29 94
Beyond the College Walls, presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges, 1991 Nov 12
29 95
Remarks presented at the PHS Technology Transfer Forum, 1991 Nov 14
29 96
Remarks at the New England Governor's Conference at Dartmouth, 1991 Nov 14
29 97
Remarks presented before the AIDS Program Advisory Committee (APAC), 1991 Nov 20
29 98
Summary of Testimony Before the House Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee on Intellectual Property and Judicial Administration, 1991 Nov 20
29 99
Oral Statement Before The House Judiciary Subcommittee on Intellectual Property and Judicial Administration, 1991 Nov 20
29 100
Speak Out: 21st Century NIH, presented at the NIH Town Meeting, 1991 Nov 25
29 101
Remarks at the Farewell for Dr. William F. Raub, 1991 Nov 25
29 102
Remarks at the Symposium of the Twentieth Anniversary of the National Cancer Act, 1991 Nov 26
29 103
Statement Before the House Small Business Subcommittee on Regulation Business Opportunities, and Energy, 1991 Dec 01
29 104
Remarks at World AIDs Day, 1991 Dec 02
29 105
The National Institutes of Health: Meeting Great Expectations, presented at Women in Government Legislative Business Roundtable, 1991 Dec 05
29 106
Statement before the House Small Business Subcommittee on Regulation, Business Opportunities and Energy, 1991 Dec 09
29 107
Remarks presented at the Winter Open Dinner Meeting of the Harvard Medical Center, 1991 Dec 09
29 108
Remarks presented at the Council of Scientific Society Presidents' Dinner, 1991 Dec 10
29 109
Statement at the Public Meeting on Indirect Costs NIH, 1991 Dec 11
29 110
Statement before the House Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Human Resources and Intergovernmental Relations, 1991 Dec 11
29 111
Remarks for Extramural Program Management Committee (EPMC), 1992 Jan 08
29 112
Remarks presented at the Kick-Off of the 1991-1992 National Basketball Association (NBA) Wives Saves Lives Campaign, 1992 Jan 09
29 113
Remarks at Ebony Magazine's 1992 Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Program, Introduction of Dr. Joseph Echols Lowery, 1992 Jan 17
29 114
Remarks presented at Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association Board of Directors Meeting, 1992 Jan 23
29 115
Remarks Presented at the Retirement Reception for Storm Whaley, Associate Director for Communications at NIH, 1992 Jan 29
29 116
Awakening in Women's Health, presented at the Missouri Women Conference, 1992 Jan 31
29 117
Is this Your Father's NIH?, presented at Symposium for the Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research and the US Department of Health and Human Services, 1992 Feb 03
29 118
Remarks presented at the Christopher Columbus Awards Dinner, 1992 Feb 11
29 119
Statement on Gene Patents, 1992 Feb 12
29 120
Partners in Progress: A Dialogue: Opportunities for Commercialization of Technologies in the New England Region, presented at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1992 Feb 12
29 121
Building on the System, presented at the Excellence in Health Care: Ohio Examines Tomorrow's Policies, a Forum on Health Care chaired by Congressmen David Hobson, 1992 Feb 14
29 122
Statement Before the House Select Committee on Aging, 1992 Feb 21
29 123
African American History and Future A Challenge of Four, Lifetime NIH Annual African American History Month Luncheon, 1992 Feb 23
29 124
Is This Your Father's NIH?, presented at public meeting on Framework for Discussion of Strategies for NIH, 1992 Feb 25
29 125
Remarks presented at Meeting of Secretary Louis Sullivan's Council on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, 1992 Feb 28
29 126
Breast Cancer and the Women's Health Initiative, presented at the American Psychological Association for receipt of Presidential Citation, 1992 Feb 28
29 127
Pain Research in the Decade of the Brain, presented at the National Institute of Dental Research Symposium on Frontiers of Pain research in the Decade of the Brain, 1992 Mar 04
30 1
Meeting America's Great Expectations, Statement of the NIH Director, 1992 Mar 11
30 2
Oral Statement before the House Appropriations Subcommittee Health and Human Services, Education, And Related Agencies, 1992 Mar 12
30 3
An Awakening in Women's Health, presented at Cole Lecture, Notre Dame College of Ohio, 1992 Mar 20
30 4
A Strategic Plan for NIH, presented at the Meeting of the Association of Academic Health Centers, 1992 Mar 24
30 5
Statement for the Office of the Director Before the House Appropriations Subcommittee of Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies, 1992 Mar 26
30 6
Oral Statement Before the House Science, Space and Technology Subcommittee on Science, 1992 Apr 07
30 7
NIH Strategic Planning: A Window on the Future, presented at the 1992 AAA's Science and Technology Policy Colloquium, 1992 Apr 17
30 8
Oral Statement Before the Subcommittee on Health and Long-Term Care House Select Committee on Aging Filed Hearing, 1992 Apr 20
30 9
The NIH: Boats Against the Current, Lifespan Health Care Services Annual Meeting, 1992 Apr 23
30 10
Keys to the Future, speech on NIH Research and Development by Stanley C. Gault, National Technology Institute, 1992 Apr 23
30 11
Remarks Symposium on Breast Cancer, Lifespan Annual Meeting, 1992 Apr 24
30 12
Statement Before the House Budget Committee Task Force on Space, 1992 Apr 28
30 13
Talking Points for the Times Mirror Luncheon, 1992 Apr 28
30 14
Talking Points for WMAR-TV Channel 2 Baltimore, 1992 Apr 30
30 15
Talking Points Presented at Breakfast Meeting with Maryland Business Leaders, 1992 May 04
30 16
Statement on Appointment of Acting Director of the National Center for Human Genome Research Michael Gottesman, 1992 May 04
30 17
Remarks the National Meeting of the American Federation for Clinical Research, 1992 May 04
30 18
NIH and Economic Development, Presented at Breakfast Meeting with Maryland Business Leaders, 1992 May 04
30 19
Remarks presented at the National Meeting of the American Federation for Clinical Research, 1992 May 04
30 20
Remarks presented at Step Forum, Current and Future Issues for the Extramural Program, 1992 May 05
30 21
Questions and Issues Meeting with Medical Board NIH Clinical Center, 1992 May 05
30 22
Remarks presented at the EEO Forum at NIH, 1992 May 06
30 23
Remarks from the Marshall Nirenberg Symposium, Genes and Development: Twenty-Five Years After Deciphering the Genetic Code, 1992 May 07
30 24
Glass-Gazing and the Future of the NIH, presented at the American Urological Association Convention, 1992 May 11
30 25
Remarks presented at the Equal Employment Opportunity Awareness Kick-Off Events at the National Institutes of Health, 1992 May 11
30 26
Remarks presented at the Meeting of the Society for Clinical Trials, 1992 May 12
30 27
A Forum for Improving the Public Health, presented at the Luncheon Meeting of the Washington Forum, George Washington University Club, 1992 May 14
30 28
NIH: The Modern Wonder Well Spring of the Biological Revolution Biomedicine, and the Bioeconomy, presented at The City Club Forum, 1992 May 15
30 29
Remarks presented at Representative Mary Rose Oakar's Roundtable Discussion on Women's Health, 1992 May 15
30 30
The Path Is Made by Walking, presented at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Commencement, 1992 May 18
30 31
Remarks presented at Public Meeting of FCCSET Committee On Life Sciences and Health Genome Patent Working Group, 1992 May 21
30 32
NIH Strategic Planning: A Window On the Future, presented at the New York Science Policy Association, 1992 May 26
30 33
NIH Strategic Planning: A Window On the Future, presented at the Meeting of the Board on Health Sciences Policy of the Institute of Medicine, 1992 May 26
30 34
Protocol Points and Remarks for the Renewal of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Chulabhorn Research Institute and NIH, 1992 May 27
30 35
Remarks presented prior to signing memorandum of understanding between Chulabhorn Research Institute and NIH, 1992 May 27
30 36
Talking Points presented at the Conversation Series hosted by the University of Maryland System, 1992 May 27
30 37
NIH and High Technology: Into the 21st Century, presented at the Biotechnology Conference Sponsored by Montgomery County High Technology Council, 1992 May 27
30 38
The Path Is Made by Walking, presented at the University of Connecticut Commencement, 1992 May 28
30 39
Remarks First Meeting of the Special Commission on Breast Cancer of the President's Cancer Panel, 1992 May 28
30 40
Remarks for Howard Hughes/NIH Research Scholars Graduation, 1992 May 28
30 41
Awakening the Leader in Every Woman, the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders, George Washington University, 1992 May 29
30 42
Remarks presented at the Conference of the Health Advisory Committee of the Comptroller General of the United States, 1992 Jun 04
30 43
Remarks presented at the Third Annual NIH/Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association Technology Transfer Conference, 1992 Jun 04
30 44
Remarks presented at the Global Business Forum, 1992 Jun 04
30 45
The Path Is Made by Walking, presented at the Medical College of Ohio Commencement, 1992 Jun 05
30 46
Security and Science, presented at the Federal Research and Development Polices: Impact on Massachusetts Conference, 1992 Jun 09
30 47
Overview Ceremony Involving Signing of Memorandum of Understanding Between NIH and the National Science Foundation, 1992 Jun 11
30 48
Women in Biomedical Research Breaking the Barriers and Changing the Rules, presented at NIH Office of Research on Women's Health Event, 1992 Jun 11
30 49
Spring Quarter Commencement Address at Ohio State, 1992 Jun 12
30 50
Life Goes On, presented at the Ohio State University Commencement, 1992 Jun 12
30 51
Discovering the New World of Biomedical Research the Legacy of Queen Isabella, 25th Anniversary of the Favalord Foundation, 1992 Jun 15
30 52
Strategic Plan: Chore and Opportunity, presented at the National Task Force on the Strategic Plan, 1992 Jun 23
30 53
Remarks presented at the Fourth National Forum on Cardiovascular Health, Pulmonary Disorders and Blood Resources, 1992 Jun 26
30 54
Our Town-NIH Town Meeting, Diversity in Harmony, 1992 Jun 29
30 55
Higher, Faster, Stronger NIH Directors Award Ceremony, 1992 Jun 30
30 56
Statement presented at news conference for, 5-A-Day for Better Health Program, the National Cancer Institute, 1992 Jul 01
30 57
Talking Points and Ideas presented at Research! America!, Board of Directors Meeting, 1992 Jul 08
30 58
Remarks presented at the National Technology Initiative, 1992 Jul 09
30 59
Remarks at the signing of Memorandum of Understanding between the NIH and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1992 Jul 21
30 60
Hail and Farewell for Dr. Kupfer and Dr. Liotta, Lawton Chiles International House, 1992 Jul 21
30 61
Remarks presented the International State of the Science Congress, Nursing Research and its Utilization, 1992 Aug 06
30 62
Remarks OD/ORS Awards Ceremony, 1992 Aug 12
30 63
Address presented to the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association, 1992 Aug 14
30 64
Remarks FCCSET Ad Hoc Working Group on Research-Intensive Universities and the Federal Government, 1992 Aug 14
30 65
Talking Points: NIH HGH Protocol Review Committee Meeting, 1992 Aug 18
30 66
The National Institutes of Health and our Domestic National Security, presented to the Forum Club of Houston, 1992 Sep 09
30 67
Joining the Psyche and SOMA Strengthening Mental Health Research, presented at the 1992 National Alliance for the Mentally Ill Convention, 1992 Sep 10
30 68
Doin' A-What Comes Natcher-ly, presented at Groundbreaking Ceremony for the William H. Natcher Building, 1992 Sep 11
30 69
A Healthy Awareness of Breast Cancer for Young Women, presented at Breast Cancer Program for Young Women, Glamour Magazine, 1992 Sep 15
30 70
Remarks at the Briefing on the Status of Women and Minorities in Science, 1992 Sep 16
30 71
Women's Health in 1990's: Shattering Myths, Taboos, and Silence, presented at the International Women's Media Foundation Conference, 1992 Sep 17
30 72
The American Alloy, presented at the Dedication of the Silvio O. Conte Building, 1992 Sep 17
30 73
Opportunities for Research on Women's Health, Statement for Press Conference on Hunt Valley Report, 1992 Sep 21
30 74
The Companionship of Science, presented at the NIH Research Festival, 1992 Sep 21
30 75
Statement Before the Senate Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on Patents, Copyright and Trademarks, 1992 Sep 22
30 76
The Global Community, presented at the Fogarty International Center Advisory Board Meeting, 1992 Sep 22
30 77
Women in the Workplace: Rosie the Riveter Meets Jane Doe Around the Year 2000, presented to the Presidential Executive Women in Government, 1992 Sep 23
30 78
Oral Statement Before the House Budget Committee Task Force on Human Resources, 1992 Sep 23
30 79
The NIH and the Biotechnology of the Future, presented at the Second Annual Meeting of the New York Biotechnology Association, Inc., 1992 Sep 24
30 80
Working for Women's Health: An Agenda for the 1990's, presented at Luncheon Hosted by Working Woman Magazine, 1992 Sep 24
30 81
Out of Which Change Explodes, presented at a National Conference on Minorities in Sciences and Engineering by National Science Foundation, 1992 Sep 25
30 82
Talking Points for Hispanic Open Forum, 1992 Sep 30
30 83
Oral Statement Before the House Select Committee on Aging Subcommittee on Health and Long Term Care, 1992 Oct 01
30 84
Hispanic Heritage As Old and As New As America, NIH Hispanic Heritage Month Observance, 1992 Oct 02
30 85
Making a Difference in Women's Health: A Passion Born of Experience, presented at the Congressional Luncheon Series, 1992 Oct 05
30 86
Remarks presented to the visiting delegation from Japan at NIH, 1992 Oct 06
30 87
Around the World in (less than) 80 Days: A Biomedical World Tour, presented to the Science Diplomats Club, 1992 Oct 07
30 88
Remarks presented at the American College of Surgeons, 1992 Oct 14
30 89
Women's Health, 1992: Out of the Twilight, Into the Dawn, Presented at Conference on Healthcare in America for Women, 1992 Oct 19
30 90
Awakening in Women's Health An Agenda for the 1990's, presented at Memorial Sloan Kettering Center, 1992 Oct 20
30 91
Hope and Optimism: Research on Breast Cancer, presented at the Panel Discussion The President's Council Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, 1992 Oct 20
30 92
Investing in the Bioeconomy, presented Before the Greater Baltimore Committee and the Greater Baltimore Venture Capital Group, 1992 Oct 21
30 93
Remarks � Greater Baltimore Committee, 1992 Oct 21
30 94
Oral Statement Before the House Government Operations Subcommittee on Human Resources and Intergovernmental Relations, 1992 Oct 22
30 95
Women's Health in the 1990's Rosie the Riveter's Granddaughter, presented at Symposium, Just the Facts, the Future of Women's Healthcare in the 90's, 1992 Oct 23
30 96
Remarks from meeting with Minister of State for Research & Technology, Indonesia and Members of the Delegation, 1992 Oct 27
30 97
Basic Research Blind Alley and Grand Avenues, presented at the NIGMS 30th Anniversary, 1992 Oct 28
30 98
Mrs. Aristotle Opens Her Mouth, presented when accepting Woman of the Year at 1992 Annual Meeting of the Women's Council on Energy and the Environment, 1992 Oct 29
30 99
Mrs. Aristotle's Teeth, presented at a meeting of the 20th Century Club, 1992 Oct 30
30 100
Welcome to the NHL, presented at Charles A. Dana Foundation Awards Dinner, 1992 Nov 04
30 101
Remarks presented to the NIH Panel to Review GP-160 Vaccine Candidate, 1992 Nov 05
30 102
Remarks presented at the Secretary's Blue Ribbon Panel on Violence Prevention, 1992 Nov 10
30 103
Who Works in the Sciences? Who is the Average American?, presented at The Women's College Coalition and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1992 Nov 13
30 104
Remarks GP160 Meeting, 1992 Nov 23
30 105
The National Institutes of Health: Politics at its Best, presented to the Economic Club of Detroit, 1992 Nov 30
30 106
A Community Commitment, NIH Observance of World AIDS Day, 1992 Dec 01
30 107
Draft remarks Advisory Committee to the Director, 1992 Dec 02
30 108
Discovering the New World of Biomedical Research, Paul Dudley White Lecture New York Cardiovascular Symposium, 1992 Dec 08
30 109
Women's Health in the 1990s Avoiding Sophie's Choice, presented at the Breast Health\ Breast Cancer Symposium Beth Israel Hospital, 1992 Dec 10
30 110
Harvesting the Fruits of Public Investment, presented at Conference on Genome Research and Technology Transfer, 1992 Dec 14
30 111
Partners and Peers NIH Police Promotion Ceremony, 1993 Jan 04
30 112
Introduction of D. Allan Bromley Ph.D. at NIH Lecture Series presented at Clinical Center, 1993 Jan 07
30 113
Oral Statement Before Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, 1993 Jan 11
30 114
Remarks for the RAC Committee Meeting Regarding Compassionate Use Exemption, 1993 Jan 14
30 115
Out of the Ivory Tower: Down From the Magic Mountain NIH and the new TB Epidemic, 22nd Samuel O. Freelander Lecture [35mm slides], 1993 Jan 19
30 116
NIH and the Birth of Biostatistics Conference Office of Disease Prevention NIH, 1993 Jan 25
30 117
NIH's Investment in Women's Health: A Strategy for Avoiding Sophie's Choice, presented at a Women's Health Conference, Connecticut Order of Women Legislators [photographs], 1993 Jan 26
30 118
Remarks presented at Meeting of GP160 Panel Subcommittee, 1993 Jan 28
30 119
Life Is What We Do, presented at Meeting of New Members of the U.S. House of Representatives, 1993 Feb 02
30 120
Remarks at the Congressional Luncheon, 1993 Feb 02
30 121
A New Deal for American Women: NIH's Strategy for Avoiding Sophie's Choice, presented at the Woman's National Democratic Club, 1993 Feb 04
30 122
The New and Improved NIH, presented at the Advisory Council of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 1993 Feb 04
30 123
Remarks Northeast Ohio Affiliate of the American Heart Association, 1993 Feb 06
30 124
New and Improved NIH, Advisory Council of the National Institute On Mental Health, 1993 Feb 09
30 125
HIV Immune Therapy and GP160, presented at the 2nd Annual Forum on HIV Vaccine and Immune Therapies, 1993 Feb 11
30 126
Politics, Gun Powder, and Molecular Biology, Remarks presented at the Covington and Burling Luncheon, 1993 Feb 22
30 127
Statement Senate Select Committee on Aging, 1993 Feb 24
30 128
Statement National Institutes of Health, 1993 Feb 26
30 129
Remarks presented at, Out Thoughts: Aids from a Childs Perspective, Washington, DC, 1993 Mar 03
30 130
Seattle is the Linchpin: NIH's Strategy for Avoiding Sophie's Choice, Seattle City Club, 1993 Mar 04
30 131
Primary Vectors For An Important Message: NIH Must Be A National Priority, presented to Scientific Staff at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, 1993 Mar 04
30 132
Investing in Women's Health to Avoid Sophie's Choice, presented to the Women's Community Foundation and the Western Reserve Historical Society, 1993 Mar 05
30 133
As a Parent and Physician, presented at the Cleveland Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Gala, 1993 Mar 06
30 134
Woman as Leaders of the 21st Century, Leadership American National Press Club, 1993 Mar 08
30 135
Romance and Realism the Strategic Vision of the National Institutes of Health, Annual Meeting of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, 1993 Mar 08
30 136
Statement to the House Committee on Small Business Subcommittee on Regulation Business Opportunities and Energy, 1993 Mar 11
31 1
Women's History: A New Light, presented at the NIH Women's History Month Observance, 1993 Mar 16
31 2
Mentoring Medicine Women: Fighting Like An Outsider On Inside, presented at the Association of American Medical Colleges Professional Development Seminar, 1993 Mar 29
31 3
Announcement of Vanguard Clinical Centers, 1993 Mar 30
31 4
The Sound of Breaking Bones, presented at the National Osteoporosis Foundation Award Ceremony, 1993 Apr 04
31 5
Remarks Press Conference Announcing the Appointment of Dr. Francis Collins as Director of the National Center for Human Genome Research, 1993 Apr 07
31 6
An Ounce of Mother, presented when accepting the 1993 Outstanding Mother Award Conferred By the National Mother's Day Committee, 1993 Apr 14
31 7
The Sound of Breaking Bones, presented at the National Osteoporosis Foundation Award Ceremony, 1993 Apr 14
31 8
Research and the Medicine of Tomorrow, presented at Tufts University School of Medicine Centennial Celebration, 1993 Apr 15
31 9
NIH's Plan to Empower American Women, presented at the Chief Executives Organization, 1993 Apr 19
31 10
The Legacy of Matthew Vassar: Expanded Horizons and Choices for American Women, presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vassar Club of New York, 1993 Apr 22
31 11
Remarks at the National Town Meeting, 1993 Apr 23
31 12
Life is What We Do, presented at Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research Funding, 1993 Apr 26
31 13
Closing the Gender Gap in Health, presented to the Institute of Medicine Annual Spouses Luncheon, 1993 Apr 27
31 14
Until Now: The NIH Women's Health Initiative, presented at Ad Hoc Organizational Meeting Of The Women's Health Initiative Program Advisory Committee, 1993 Apr 28
31 15
Mrs. Aristotle Speaks Out: The NIH Agenda for Women's Health, presented at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, National Nurses Week, 1993 May 03
31 16
The Possibility of Power, presented at Annual Celebration of Excellence, 1993 May 03
31 17
Doctors, Lawyers, and the Public Trust, presented before the Health Care Law Institute, 1993 May 07
31 18
Toto in Foggy Bottom, presented for the Cleveland Chapter of Women in Communications, 1993 May 07
31 19
Chicken Soup and Science: The NIH Bionutrition Initiative, presented at the Ad Hoc Bionutrition Group, 1993 May 12
31 20
Oral Testimony at the House Appropriations Hearing, 1993 May 13
31 21
Remarks at the Massachusetts Medical Society Annual Meeting, 1993 May 14-16
31 22
Equal to the Fires, Commencement Address to John Carroll University, 1993 May 23
31 23
Hippocrates and Hard Rock, commencement address presented at the School of Medicine and Health Science, George Washington University, 1993 May 23
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Strengthening the Fabric of Life, presented before the NIEH's Council, 1993 May 24
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Hippocrates' Smile, Commencement address presented at the John's Hopkins University School of Medicine, 1993 May 24
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Public Trust and Pseudo-Ethics, 1993 George W. Gay Lecture In Medical Ethics, 1993 May 25
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Oral Testimony at the House Appropriations Hearing, 1993 May 26
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Where Would We be Without Women Leaders? presented at the 9th Annual Women as Leaders Seminar, US House of Representatives, 1993 May 26
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Primed for a Change, Uncommon Women Dreaming New Dreams, presented at the Vassar Club, 1993 May 27
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Dr. John Diggs Farwell Speech, 1993 Jun 01
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Science Cannot Live by and Unto Itself Alone, presented at Panel on NIH Research on Anti-Social, Aggressive, and Violence Related Behaviors and Their Consequences, 1993 Jun 02
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Primed for Reform: Redefining the Prime of Life, presented at the First Annual Congress on Women's Health, 1993 Jun 03
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Talking Points on the Strategic Plan presented at the Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research Funding, 1993 Jun 03
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Politics, Gun Powder and Molecular Biology Critical Issues in Biomedical Research, presented to the Society for Vascular Surgery Luncheon, 1993 Jun 06
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Health on the Runway, presented to the 50 Club, 1993 Jun 07
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Getting Your Hands Dirty, presented at Cleveland State University Commencement, 1993 Jun 13
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The Daughters of Rosie: Striking a Better Deal for Women's Health Care, presented at the Chapter 100 Luncheon, 1993 Jun 15
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Draft Remarks for NIH Honor Award Ceremony, 1993 Jun 16
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Statement before The House Small Business Subcommittee on Regulation Business Opportunities, and Technology, 1993 Jun 17
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Primed for a Change: Redefining Women's Prime, presented at the Annual Meeting of the Cleveland Vassar Club, 1993 Jun 18
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Women in the Prime of Life: Getting More Longer, presented at Meeting of the Western Reserve Women's Republican Club of Cleveland, 1993 Jun 18
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Women to the Rescue: From WWII to Health Care Reform, presented at the American Association of Women Emergency Physicians Conference, 1993 Jun 21
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A Declaration of Conscience [3.5 computer disk], undated
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An American Prescription for Healthcare Reform, undated
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Biomedical Research and the Nation's Health Care Bill, undated
31 46
Cardiac Talk [35mm slides], undated
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Coronary Angioplasty Presentation [35mm slides], undated
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Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health Statement of the Director, undated
31 49
Draft Remarks to Chairman Senator Kennedy and Members of Senate, undated
31 50
Every Woman's Health: An Agenda for the Future, undated
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High Tech, High Touch, and Informed Volunteers for Tomorrows Patients, Cleveland Clinic Volunteers, undated
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Biomedical and Behavioral Research: The Vital Link to Improved Health and Economic Well-Being, undated
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Miscellaneous Speech Notes, undated
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NCEP Guidelines for Adult Treatment Presentation, undated
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NIH and the Bodies Politic, undated
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Changing Research Economy Draft Notes, undated