The NIH director on why Americans aren’t getting healthier, despite medical advances

On first glance, it might seem like I don’t specialize and have clients “all over the place” but this article illustrates clearly the necessary connection between Science Communication and Behavioral Health.

From | by Selena Simmons-Duffin | It’s Dr. Francis Collins’ last few weeks as director of the National Institutes of Health after 12 years, serving under three presidents. Collins made his name doing the kind of biomedical research NIH is famous for, especially running The Human Genome Project, which fully sequenced the human genetic code. Read or listen to the complete story here.