Media Coverage



Mount Sinai Hosts PREP Regional Symposium, Bringing Together Scholars to Share Research and Celebrate Accomplishments
May 16, 2024 • Mount Sinai Today​​

This MOSAIC scholar believes in the power of perseverance
May 16, 2024 • ASBMB Today​

MOSAIC scholar explores enzymes
May 8​, 2024 • ASBMB Today​

Bakers and mentors help a MOSAIC scholar change her life
May 2, 2024 • ASBMB Today​


A Day in the Life of Juliana Feng
April 3, 2024 • Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Diné college launches CONVOY program to support Native American students in STEM education
April 2, 2024 • ​​ Navajo-Hopi Observer​


Guest essay: Why the National Institutes of Health is important to W.Va.
March 28, 2024 • ​​ The Dominion Post​

Pitt-Bradford alumnus to talk about journey to become Ivy League researcher
March 26, 2024 • ​​ The Bradford Era

NIGMS Director Shares Basic Science Breakthroughs with Lifelong Learners
March 15, 2024 • ​​ NIH Record

Gaillard Relishes Her Role Supporting Science​
March 15, 2024 • ​​ NIH Record


A Full-Circle STEM Event
February 12, 2024 • ​​ PCMA Convene

We’re social beings. So are microbes.​
February 12, 2024 • ​​ The Harvard Gazette


Inspiring, Training, and Supporting the Next Generation of Researchers​
January 25, 2024 • ​​ NIMH Director's Messages



2023 Inspiring Graduate | Daisy Belmares-Ortega​
December 11, 2023 • UNM Newsroom​​


The implosion of the large laboratory business model - An interview with NIGMS Director Jon Lorsch​
November 22, 2023 • ASBMB Today​​

Bioengineer is a MOSAIC scholar
November 20, 2023 • ASBMB Today​​


MARC program at Ohio State seeks to empower nascent researchers
October 23, 2023 • Ohio State News​


Investing in future generations of veterinary professionals
September 8, 2023 • DVM 360​


ASM Receives NIH Grant to Promote Faculty Diversity in Biomedical Research
August 7, 2023 • American Society For Microbiology News​​​


Mizzou Grad Student Aspires to Inspire the Underrepresented in STEM
July 16, 2023 • Diverse Education​​


STEM camp helps grow Native American students' curiosity
June 28, 2023 • Nebraska Public Media​

Mosquito research underway at Mayville State University
June 21, 2023 • Grand Forks Herald


New safety videos focus on representing everyone who enters the lab​
May 18, 2023 • VCU News​

High School Students Learn the Basics of Base Editing to Cure “GFP-itis”
May 4, 2023 • UC San Diego Today​

VUMC to coordinate national effort to reduce ARDS, pneumonia, sepsis
May 4, 2023 • VUMC Reporter

Training Budding Biomedical Researchers Continues Via Renewed $21.3 Million NIH Grant
May 3, 2023 • University of Hawai'i, John A. Burns School of Medicine News​​​


Researchers find new molecule that shows promise in slowing SARS-CoV-2
March 28, 2023 • SLAC N​ational Accelerator Laboratory News

NIH grants extend programs at Brown focused on student diversity, success in Ph.D. science programs
March 14, 2023 • Brown University News


UNITE Shares Insights from First Progress Report
February 17, 2023​ • NIH Record

Investigating the Brain-Gut Connection
February 15, 2023 •  Northwestern ​F​einberg School of Medicine News​

Medical Student Meagan Chriswell Balances Research and Community Service
February 8, 2023 •  ​University of Colorado School of Medicine News​

MOSAIC changes the landscape
February 2, 2023 • ASBMB Today​


NIGMS: Highlights from 2022 and what to expect next
January 23, 2023 • ASBMB Today​

Kid-edited journal pushes scientists for clear writing on complex topics
January 7, 2023 • The Washington Post



Breaking barriers: From first generation to inspiration
December 20, 2022 • ASBMB Today

Developing High School Students into Data Scientists
December 19, 2022 • UConn Today

Human Genetic Cell Repository Celebrates 50 Years
December 9, 2022 • NIH Record


Making their MARC: Jonathan Taasan
November 28, 2022 • Nevada Today

How gradeschoolers learn science, tech, engineering and math from wriggly worms
November 17, 2022 • Los Angeles Daily Times

Lorsch Highlights Workforce Development Programs for White House Workshop
November 11, 2022 • NIH Record

New Training Grant Matches Computation and Modeling to Experimental Design
November 1, 2022 • University of Virginia Engineering News


Science ‘on their fingertips’: Texas professor making chemistry available to blind students
October 25, 2022 • Texas Standard

Nobel Prize for 3 chemists who made molecules ‘click’
October 5, 2022 • AP News

Nobel Prize awarded to three scientists for work in click chemistry, which links molecules quickly
October 5, 2022 • Washington Post

Nobel Prize in Chemistry Is Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work ‘Snapping Molecules Together’
October 5, 2022 • The New York Times

7 Ways to Support a Kid Who Wants to Care For Animals
October 1, 2022 • Popular Science


NIGMS Launches STEM Teaching Resource
September 16, 2022 • NIH Record

Inspiring Agents of Change [PDF]
Fall 2022 • University of Alabama Capstone College of Nursing


Collaborations Inspired Early-Career NIH Grant that Could Lead to Treatment Breakthroughs for a Range of Medical Conditions
August 17, 2022 • University of Virginia School of Engineering

PVAMU receives prestigious NIH/NIGMS U-RISE award to prepare more students for careers in biomedical sciences​
August 16, 2022 • Prairie View A&M University

A UVA Post-Doc Wants to Teach the Immune System How to Regenerate Tissue
August 16, 2022 • University of Virginia School of Engineering


Students Become Scientists Through SIUE’s STEM Center Programs
July 28, 2022 • Southern Illinois University Edwardsville News

Meet Dr. Jon Lorsch: Director of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences
July 25, 2022 • NIH MedlinePlus Magazine

Research opportunities for underrepresented students
July 7, 2022 • WSU Insider


Bridges to the Doctorate program continues to prepare students for Ph.D. programs
June 23, 2022 • Towson University News

New WVU program trains next generation of toxicologists to collect, analyze air samples from mining, fracking sites
June 21, 2022 • WVU University News

M.D.-Ph.D. programs have increased diversity — but there’s still work to do
June 7, 2022 • Yale News


Class Appeal
May 2022 • The Physiologist Magazine

NIGMS Receives Certificate of Excellence in Citizen-Centric Reporting
May 27, 2022 • NIH Record

UK Receives Renewed $11.4 Million Grant to Further Cancer Research
May 25, 2022 • University of Kentucky Research News

The National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) Privacy-Preserving Record Linkage Powered by Datavant and Regenstrief Wins 2022 FedHealthIT Innovation Award
May 24, 2022 • Yahoo! Finance

$1.25 million NIH grant links science, literacy and math education in middle schools
May 4, 2022 •

Making untreatable vision problems treatable: WVU receives $11M for visual sciences research center
May 2, 2022 • WVUToday


COVID-19 Testing Hits the Road in West Virginia
April 25, 2022 • NIH COVID-19 Research Website

2022 cohort of NIH MOSAIC scholars
April 19, 2022 • American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology


A World of Science in a Box
March 24, 2022 • Dartmouth College


From pipettes to policy: Reflections on a decade working to expand opportunity and equity in science
February 19, 2022 • Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology

Yale Postdoc Chrystal Starbird Maximizes Her Opportunity With NIH Career Award
February 14, 2022 • Yale University



Zuk Named NIGMS Deputy Director
November 12, 2021 • NIH Record

Zuk named deputy director; Coorssen is co-editor-in-chief
November 1, 2021 • ASBMB Today


Brown Researchers, Local Partners Aim to Reduce Disparities in COVID-19 Vaccination, Testing
October 22, 2021 • Brown University

Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded to Duo Who Made a Tool to Build Molecules in an Environmentally-friendly Way
October 6, 2021 • Washington Post

Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded to Scientists for Tool That Builds Better Catalysts
October 6, 2021 • New York Times

Nobel in Chemistry Honors ‘Greener’ Way to Build Molecules
October 6, 2021 • Associated Press


News Feature: Keeping Black students in STEM
June 8, 2021 • PNAS


Harvard's Brown Rethinks General Anesthesia
February 5, 2021 • NIH Record


Long-Time NIGMS Leader Greenberg Retires
January 8, 2021 • NIH Record



Kahoot! Academy and Scholastic Launch Games to Engage Learners Worldwide in Science and Health Education
October 20, 2020 • Kahoot! Academy

Discoveries in Basic Science: A Perfectly Imperfect Process
October 2020 • NIH News in Health


Promoting Diversity and Advancing Racial Equity in the Biomedical Sciences
September 3, 2020 • ASCB Newsletter


Turning Anger Into Action: Minority Students Analyze COVID Data on Racial Disparities
August 12, 2020 • California Healthline


NIH and the Importance of Basic Science Post COVID-19
June 18, 2020 • R Street Institute


The NIGMS Human Genetic Cell Repository
May 4, 2020 • Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News


COVID-19 Special Edition with Dr. Jon Lorsch
April 8, 2020 • ASBMB Pipettes and Politics Podcast

Biomedical Research and the NIH in the Age of COVID-19
April 6, 2020 • Swarthmore College SwatTalk


Career Corner Interview: Dr. Kenny Gibbs
March 31, 2020 • ASPET PharmTalk Detail


Leaving the Reservation for Higher Education: The Story of Two Brothers
January 2, 2020 • Great Falls Tribune



NIH Clarifies Meaning of 'Disadvantaged' in Bid to Boost Diversity in Science​
December 13, 2019 • Science

New System Will Capture and Reuse Scarce Helium for Critical Lab Instruments
December 12, 2019 • UC Santa Cruz News


How Agency Leaders Can Turn Vision Into Action
October 28, 2019 • Government Executive


Off Track
September 2019 • The Physiologist Magazine


MIRA at Three Years: Maximizing NIGMS' Research Investment
July 2, 2019 • ASCB Newsletter


Institutions Hope to Increase Diversity Through the Science of Mentorship
May 16, 2019 • Insight Into Diversity


Dorit Zuk on Her Unconventional Career Journey
February 20, 2019 • Genes to Genomes



An Online Archive with Amazing Images of a Tiny but Essential Element of Life
October 27, 2018 • Washington Post

Building Diversity in Science, One Interaction at a Time
October 8, 2018 • Undark

Speeding up evolution to create useful proteins wins the chemistry Nobel
October 3, 2018 • ScienceNews


Looking to the Future of Graduate Biomedical Education
September 14, 2018 • Scope


NIGMS - Leading the Way in STEM Education & Training
August 9, 2018 • Scientia Global


Women and Men Get Research Grants at Equal Rates — If Women Apply in the First Place
July 27, 2018 • ScienceNews

Leaky Pipeline for Women Scientists Dries Up After They Win First Big Grant
July 18, 2018 • Nature

Women Maintain NIH Funding Similar to Men: Study
July 16, 2018 • The Scientist

New Analysis of Funding Trends Offers Encouraging News for Female Investigators—With Caveats​
July 16, 2018 • Science

Science Must Be ‘By All and For All,’ Says Omenn Lecturer
July 12, 2018 • American Association for the Advancement of Science News

Jon Lorsch: Making NIH Biomedical Research Data More Accessible, Readable
July 3, 2018 • Federal News Radio


Interview with Jon Lorsch, PhD, Director, NIGMS
June 2018 • ATS Research News Quarterly

Biologist Gathers Genetic Clues from Sea Lampreys
June 29, 2018 • NIH Record

How NIH is Organizing Its Enormous Troves of Data
June 4, 2018 • Nextgov


NIH funds development of 3 national cryo-electron microscopy centers
May 15, 2018 • HealthImaging


Connected to the Cause
March 01, 2018 • Hispanic Executive


Enhancing Diversity in Science: A Career in Science Policy
February 14, 2018 • American Society for Microbiology


The Journey from Durham to DC: Kenneth Gibbs Jr.
January 9, 2018 • Beyond the Bench: STEMulating Career Conversations

MIRA Awards Reflect Innovation of UConn Scientists
January 8, 2018 • UConn Today



NIH Plans Big Shake-up of Minority Mentoring Network​
December 19, 2017 • Science

Addressing the Research Replication Crisis
December 12, 2017 • AAMC News


Why Do So Many Americans Win the Nobel Prize?
October 6, 2017 • Inside Science

3 Americans Win Nobel Prize in Medicine for Uncovering the Science Behind Our Biological Clocks
October 2, 2017 • Los Angeles Times


Science in Color Podcast – Interview with Dr. Alison Gammie, Director of the Division of
Training, Workforce Development, and Diversity

August 28, 2017 • Science in Color

Scientia.Global Interview with NIGMS Director Jon Lorsch
August 24, 2017 • Scientia.Global


Chemists Champion Their Future at 2017 National Organic Chemistry Symposium
July 24, 2017 • Chemical & Engineering News


Metabolism: Sweeter Paths in Glycoscience
June 29, 2017 • Nature Methods


The Best-Kept Secrets to Winning Grants
May 24, 2017 • Nature


In the Laboratory of Science Policy: An Interview With Richard Aragon
April 12, 2017 • eLife


Transferring Skills Beyond the Lab​
March 1, 2017 • Science Magazine

Solving the Faculty Diversity Problem
March 1, 2017 • ASBMB Today


Q&A with NIH’s Susan Gregurick
January 17, 2017 • SIAM News