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Scientific Images and Videos

Hepatocytes, like the one shown here, are the most abundant type of cell in the human liver. They play an important role in building proteins; producing bile, a liquid that aids in digesting fats; and chemically processing molecules found normally in the body, like hormones, as well as foreign substances like medicines and alcohol. Photo credit: Donna Beer Stolz, University of PittsburghImage and Video Gallery
A collection of hundreds of scientific photos, illustrations and videos.


Courtesy of bioinorganic chemist John H. Enemark at the University of Arizona.Biomedical Beat Cool Image and Video Gallery
Dozens of images and videos that appeared in Biomedical Beat research news blog and former e-newsletter.


Life: Magnified Online"Life: Magnified" Online
NIH-supported microscopy images at Washington Dulles International Airport and online.


NCBI Organism: Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis, anopheles stephensi cell types: oocyst cellular components: cyst wall biological process: sporozoan zygote development.The Cell: An Image Library™ Link to external Web site
An NIGMS-funded, well-annotated repository of thousands of images, videos and animations of cells from a variety of organisms.


Scientist Interviews, Profiles and Photos

Dr. Lola Eniola-Adefeso, Ph.D.Interviews with Scientists
Video and audio interviews with NIGMS scientists and grantees.


Martin Burke, Ph.D.Meet a Chemist
Photos and short profiles of NIGMS-supported researchers in chemistry, biochemistry and related fields.


Elizabeth B. Torres, Ph.D.Diversity Program Alumni Updates
Photos and career paths of scientists who have participated in NIGMS programs designed to increase diversity in the biomedical and behavioral research workforce.

George Hightower, Ph.D.Findings Magazine Scientist Gallery
Photos, brief descriptions and links to articles about researchers featured in Findings magazine.


Shanta Dar, Ph.D.Biomedical Beat Profiles
Short articles about biomedical scientists and their findings that appeared in the Biomedical Beat research news blog.


Amy L. Swain, Ph.D.Media Contacts
Biographical sketches, photos, videos and interview contact information for NIGMS experts.

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This page last reviewed on July 28, 2014