The Mazda Foundation has made a generous $25,000 contribution to underwrite the 2015-2016 Paul Miller Fellowship.
By George E. Condon The obituaries for John S. Carroll, who died Sunday morning in Kentucky, almost all mention that he was named the National Press Foundation Editor of the Year in 1998. What they don't mention is how many other times he almost won the award. As someone who served on that committee in 18 of the last 19 years, I can tell you that no editor in the country was nominated more times for our award and from more newspapers than was John. Only our unofficial policy of avoiding duplicate winners kept him from receiving it at least…
By Sandy K. Johnson and Reyna Levine Mayo Clinic’s state-of-the-art biorepository stores 2.5 million samples of blood, tissue, urine and other DNA specimens. It’s a “one-stop shop” for clinical investigators, according to co-director Dr. Stephen Thibodeau. Journalists toured the biobank as part of a National Press Foundation training program on precision medicine, which is health care tailored to each individual based on their personal genomics. This video explains what the biobank does:
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