Steinberg Joins Center for Scientific Review
Dr. Marcia Steinberg has joined the Center for Scientific Review as chief of the cell development and function integrated review group and as scientific review administrator of the cell development and function 4 study section. As IRG chief, she will supervise seven study sections in the general areas of cell development and function, as well as one study section in international cooperative projects. She joined the National Science Foundation in 1989 and spent 10 years as a program director in molecular biochemistry before coming to CSR. While at NSF, she took leave for a year and split her time between the National Cancer Institute as a visiting scientist, and the House of Representatives as a congressional fellow. Steinberg's research interests encompass cell biology and biochemistry.
Thomas Joins NINR Staff
Dr. Anne Thomas recently joined the staff of the National Institute of Nursing Research as clinical director of the Division of Intramural Activities and chief, Health Promotion Laboratory. Among her activities, she will be designing and implementing the new Health Promotion Laboratory. She comes to NINR from the faculty of Indiana State University School of Nursing at Terre Haute. Prior to that, she simultaneously served on the faculties of the University of Southern Indiana School of Nursing, and the University of Indianapolis School of Nursing. She is an adult and geriatric nurse practitioner, and received her Ph.D. from Texas Women's University in 1994. In conjunction with the Midwest Center for Rural Health, Thomas was responsible for designing, implementing, evaluating and coordinating clinical research activities for the center's rural health clinics.
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