Art Exhibits Gallery
Learn about the first person to describe the nervous system, including intricate neurons, in exquisite and artistic detail was Santiago Ramón y Cajal.
Dr. Joseph Goldberger discovered the cause of pellagra, a disease that killed many poor Southerners in the early part of the 20th century. His finding that pellagra was caused by a diet deficient in vitamin B was met by political and social resistance.
Because employees designed these patches, they reveal how people thought about their work at the Clinical Center—sometimes as a heroic struggle and sometimes with humor.
Howard Bartner, an NIH medical illustrator, devoted 40 years to portraying human anatomy in his drawings.
Discover a collection of 24 medical posters drawn by artists at the NIH, representing topics from arthritis to women's health.