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NIH Transport, Parking, and Maps

Entry into the Executive Plaza Complex and its Facilities

FASCARDS are used for entering and exiting the parking lot at Executive Plaza. In addition, they are needed for entry into the South building (EPS) via the parking garage, entry into both buildings on weekends, entry into the EPS library and the EPS fitness facility. FASCARDS will open gates and doors when they are placed 1 to 4 inches from the card reader. Upon notification from the CPFP or ARC, FASCARDS can be picked up (with a photo ID) from Edna Motaghi in Building 6116 Executive Boulevard, Suite 600. Lost cards can be replaced at a charge of $7.25. Fellows leaving the CPFP must return their card to the Program Office.

Public Transportation

This section includes information on commuter information, the NIH Transhare Program, and the Washington, D.C. Metrorail system.

http://dtts.ors.od.nih.gov/commuter_info.htm

http://dtts.ors.od.nih.gov/transhare.htm

http://www.wmata.com/

NIH Shuttle Service (Executive Plaza and others)

Because parking at the NIH Campus is extremely tight, it is recommended that fellows take advantage of the very convenient shuttle service to and from the Executive Plaza complex (see attached shuttle schedule). For this shuttle and any other shuttle services available to the NIH community, fellows can refer to the following website: http://dtts.ors.od.nih.gov/NIHShuttle/scripts/shuttle_map_live.asp

Parking and Security

In addition to the information provided below, fellows can familiarize themselves with parking and transportation issues at this NIH website http://www.nih.gov/about/visitorsecurity.htm.

For up-to-date security measures for the NIH Campus and its outbuildings, watch the regularly issued e-mail bulletins from the Office of Research Services (ORS) or log onto http://security.nih.gov/

NIH ID Card and Parking Permits

Fellows who require new or renewed NIH ID Cards must make an appointment with the Personnel Security Branch (PSB) at 301-496-0051. For detailed steps of this process visit: http://ser.ors.od.nih.gov/documents/PIVprocedure.pdf.

The DP Special Processing Program (SPP), located in Building 31, Room B3B18 conducts security screenings from 7:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and from 6:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Questions can be directed to the DP Special Processing Unit at 301-435-5095.

ID Cards are individually assigned and are authorized for use by the cardholder only. Report lost or stolen ID cards to the NIH Police to prevent unauthorized use.

Cards issued to employees who have separated from NIH and unused cards, must be returned to Building 31, room B3B17.

Additional information can be found at:  http://ser.ors.od.nih.gov/id_cards.htm

The NIH ID allows fellows working in the Program Office or in one of the other NIH buildings to obtain their "Off Campus" parking permit. Parking permits can be requested from the NIH Parking Office in Bldg. 31, Room B3B04 (telephone 496-6851; hours: 7:30 a.m.—4:00 p.m.) by presenting the NIH ID, driver's license and car registration. The parking permit (hanger) must be displayed on the rear-view mirror of each vehicle.  For additional information, please refer to: http://dtts.ors.od.nih.gov/parking/parking_permits.htm.

Main Campus Parking

Off Campus parking permit holders are allowed to park in spaces designated for "General Parking" permit holders (see map of parking lot positions in this section of the handbook). Parking restrictions apply to spaces reserved for "Red Parking" permit holders, "Visitors" parking and "Carpool", "Reserved" or "Handicapped" spaces. General parking permit holders can occupy designated carpool parking spaces after 10:30 a.m. The NIH police will ticket any illegally parked car.

Maps

This section includes a map and instructions on how to reach Program Office at the Executive Plaza complex in Rockville, Maryland and map of the main NIH Campus.

Directions to Executive Blvd.

NIH Campus Map: http://parking.nih.gov/visitor_access_map.htm

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Security

Fellows, as all other government employees, are required to present their NIH ID card for admittance into the Executive Plaza complex buildings and at many other buildings on the NIH Campus. In case of crime or other police-related incidents on the NIH Campus, the NIH Police Department should be contacted at 301-496-2387. For occurrences at any of NIH's off-campus buildings, the Montgomery County Police should be called at 9–911.

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Useful Websites and Resources

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Contacting CPFP staff, current fellows, alumni

NAME Place Current Employment Current Position Wk Phone Wk E-mail
Abnet, Christian C. NCI/NIH Investigator 301-594-1511 abnetc@mail.nih.gov
Anderson, William F. NCI/NIH Principal Investigator 301-594-9125 wanderso@mail.nih.gov
Augustson, Erik M. NCI/NIH Behavioral Scientist/Clinical Psychologist 301-435-7610 augustse@mail.nih.gov
Aziz, Noreen M. NCI/NIH Senior Program Officer 301-496-0598 na45f@nih.gov
Azzam, Hala University of Maryland Baltimore Assistant Professor & Program Director 410-706-2079 hazzam@epi.umaryland.edu
Baffi, Charles        
Bakos, Alexis Brown NIH/NINR Program Director 301-594-2542 bakosa@mail.nih.gov
Barzani, Dilyara Ministry of Health, Kurdistan Regional Government Senior Health Advisor 1-571-426-0836 (USA); 964-750-445-2268 (Iraq) dr.barzani@consultant.com
Beane-Freeman, Laura NCI/NIH Research Fellow 301-451-8793 freemala@mail.nih.gov
Bellizzi, Keith NCI/NIH Program Director 301-594-4687 bellizzk@mail.nih.gov
Berko, Retford O. FDA Scientific Reviewer   retfordberko@hotmail.com
Berrigan, David A. NCI/NIH Investigator 301-594-1511 berrigad@mail.nih.gov
Bluhm, Elizabeth       bluhme@mail.nih.gov
Bober, Mary A. UCLA/Cedars-Sinao Med Ctr Research Associate/Postdoctoral Fellow   bober_mary@smc.edu
Boyd, Neal Richard The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Associate Dean, Newark Campus and Associate Dean, Education and Assessment and Professor, Health Education and Behavioral Science 973-972-8903 boydnr@umdnj.edu
Breslow, Rosalind A. NIAAA/NIH Epidemiologist 301-594-6231 rbreslow@mail.nih.gov
Buchanan, David University of Massachusetts Professor and Director 413-545-1312 buchanan@schoolph.umass.edu
Buckel, Tamy Hershey Medical Center Dermatology Resident   tbuckel@psu.edu
Butsch Kovacic, Melinda Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 513-803-0130 Melinda.butsch.kovacic@cchmc.org
Campbell, Miriam K. Health Care Financing Admin Epidemiologist 301-594-1511 miriam.campbell2@cms.hhs.gov
Canto, Maria T. NCI/NIH Director 301-594-5497 maria.canto@nih.gov
Cantwell, Marie Queens University Belfast Lecturer   cantwelm@mail.nih.gov
Castle, Philip E. NCI/NIH Investigator 301-435-3976 castlep@mail.nih.gov
Clayman, Marla Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Assistant Professor 312-695-0278 m-clayman@northwestern.edu
Colbert, Lisa H. University of Wisconsin-Madison Assistant Professor 608-265-5946 lhcolbert@education.wisc.edu
Coleman, Elizabeth Ann University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Chair, Dept. of Nursing Science, College of Nursing; Professor, Dept. of Nursing Science, College of Nursing; Cooper Chair in Oncology Nursing, Professor, Dept. of Internatl Medicine, College of Medicine 501-661-7902 colemanann@uams.edu
Cotugna, Nancy Ann University of Delaware Professor 302-831-1006 ncotugna@udel.edu
Cronin, Kathleen A. DCCPS, NCI, NIH Mathematical Statistician   kc105x@nih.gov
Dixon, Lori Beth New York University Associate Professor and Director 212-998-5584 beth.dixon@nyu.edu
Dores, Graça M. NCI/NIH Associate Director 301-496-8640 doresg@mail.nih.gov
Dorgan, Joanne F. Fox Chase Cancer Center Principal Investigator 215-728-5893 Joanne.Dorgan@fccc.edu
Ellison, Gary University of Maryland, School of Medicine Investigator 410-706-6753 gellison@som.umaryland.edu
Eng-Wong, Jennifer NCI/NIH Staff Clinician 301-496-5320 engwongj@mail.nih.gov
Fenton, Jenifer Michigan State University Research Assistant Professor 517-355-8474 x 157 imigj@msu.edu
Figueroa-Valles, Nayda R. University of Puerto Rico Cancer Center Medical Practice   n_figueroa@rcmaca.upr.clu.edu
Finney Rutten, Lila J. NCI/NIH Health Scientist    finneyl@mail.nih.gov
Frankenfeld, Cara CSR, Incorporated   703-312-7133 cfrankenfeld@csrincorporated.com
Freedman, Daryl Michal NCI/NIH Staff Scientist 301-594-7163 mf101e@nih.gov
Fuemmeler, Bernard Duke University Medical Center Department of Community and Family Medicine 919-681-7171 bernard.fuemmeler@duke.edu
Gerlach, Karen K. (Joyce) Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Senior Program Officer 609-627-5917 kgerlach@rwjf.org
Glynn, Simone Westat Epidemiologist 609-627-5917 simoneglynn@westat.com
Goodman, Julie Gradient Corporation Director of Epidemiology 617-395-5525 jgoodman@gradientcorp.com
Gorelic, Lester S. NCI/NIH Program Director 301-496-8580 gorelicl@mail.nih.gov
Greene, Amanda Nova Research Company Senior Researcher/Program Evaluator 301-986-1891 x 113 agreene@novaresearch.com
Guttierrez-Mohamed, Mary Lou Univ of Mississippi Med Sch Assistant Professor   mmohamed@waldenu.edu
Haggstrom, David Indiana Univ School of Medicine Assistant Professor 317-988-4493 dahaggst@iupui.edu
Hammond, Camille University of Maryland School of Medicine Program Director 410-796-1040 chammond@som.umaryland.edu
Han, Paul NCI/NIH Medical Officer 301-594-6642 hanp@mail.nih.gov
Hance, Kenneth NCI/NIH Senior Research Fellow 301-451-1415 hancek@mail.nih.gov
Harrold, Joan K. Hospice of Lancaster County Medical Director and Vice President, Medical Services 717-391-2431 jharrold@hospiceoflancaster.org
Hartman, Terryl J. The Pennsylvania State University Associate Professor, Nutrition 814-865-8747 tjh9@psu.edu
Hawk, Ernest T. NCI/NIH Director 301-496-8537 eh51p@nih.gov
Hoffman-Goetz, Laurie University of Waterloo Professor 519-885-1211 x 33098 lhgoetz@healthy.uwaterloo.ca
Holmberg, Andrea Christine Economics Charite-Medical School Berlin Researcher 4 930 450 529 192 Christine.holmberg@charite.de
Hord, Norman G. Michigan State University Associate Professor 517-344-8474 x 186 hord@msu.edu
Houn, Florence FDA-Food and Drug Administration Deputy Director 301-827-5105 hounf@cder.fda.gov
Howerton, Mollie W. Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Instructor, Department of Oncology 410-502-0014 mhowert2@jhmi.edu
Hu, Nan DCS, NCI, NIH Staff Fellow   nhu@mail.nih.gov
Hudson, Tamaro NCI/NIH Fellow 301-594-1102 hudsont@mail.nih.gov
Huerta, Elmer E. Washington Cancer Institute at Washington Hospital Center Cancer Prevention Specialist 202-877-0991/7929 diana.p.garcia@medstar.net
Hunt, Martha DC Dept Health Psychologist   drmhunt@gmail.com
Hursting, Stephen D. University of Texas at Austin Professor and Margaret McKean Love Chair in Nutrition, Cellular and Molecular Sciences 512-471-2809 shursting@mail.utexas.edu
Husten, Corinne G. CDC Medical Officer   cch5@cdc.gov
Jepson, Christopher A. University of Pennsylvania Biostatistician 215-746-6827 cjepson@mail.med.upenn.edu
Jones, Elizabeth Carol Clinical Center, NIH Staff Radiologist   ej23h@nih.gov
Kafadar, Karen University of Colorado at Denver Professor 303-556-2547 kk@math.cudenver.edu
Kant, Ashima K. Queens College of CUNY Professor 718-997-4156 ashima.kant@qc.cuny.edu
Kavanaugh, Claudine J. FDA-Food and Drug Administration Scientist, Nutrition Science Review Team 301-436-1847 claudine.kavanaugh@fda.hhs.gov
Kennedy, Christopher H. MSD-Management System Designers Editor/Domain expert 859-368-0404 kennedch@mail.nih.gov
Kidd, La Creis Renee Univ of Louisville School of Medicine Assistant Professor 502-852-3465 lrkidd01@louisville.edu
Klabunde, Carrie N. NCI/NIH Epidemiologist 301-402-3362 ck97b@nih.gov
Knopf, Kevin B. Pacific Hematology Oncology Associates Medical Oncologist and Hematologist 415-923-3012  
Korde, Larissa NCI/NIH Staff Clinician 301-402-2183 kordel@mail.nih.gov
Kreimer, Aimee NCI/NIH Epidemiologist 301-594-0839 kreimera@mail.nih.gov
Lamar, Charisee NICHHD/NIH Director, Reproductive Neuroendocrine Program and Director, Interdisciplinary Research in Reproduction Program 301-496-6515 lamarc@mail.nih.gov
Lan, Qing NCI/NIH Investigator 301-435-4706 qingl@mail.nih.gov
Lavigne, Jackie Ann University of Minnesota Associate Professor 612-626-9099 lavignej@mail.nih.gov
Lawrence, Deirdre M. NCI/NIH Associate Director 301-496-8640 deirdre@alum.mi
Lawson, Karla NCI/NIH Mansfield Fellow 03-5403-7228 kalawson@seton.org
Lazovich, DeAnn Children's Hospital of Austin Research Scientist   lazovich@epi.umn.edu
Lemon, Stephen J. DCT, NCI, NIH Clinical Oncology Fellow   drlemon@lemonmd.com
Li, Lin WebMD/ViPS Oracle DBA/Data Analyst 410-832-8330 x 8129 linli62@hotmail.com
Limburg, Paul J. Mayo Clinic Rochester Director  507-266-4338 limburg.paul@mayo.edu
Lowrey, Kerri McGowan NOVA Research Company Asst General Counsel and Health Policy Specialist   klowrey@novaresearch.com
Mahabir, Somdat UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Assistant Professor 713-563-5783 smahabir@mdanderson.org
Mai, Volker University of Maryland, SOM Assistant Professor, and Adjunct Assistant Professor, Dept. of Immunology and Microbiology 410-706-4583 vmai@epi.umaryland.edu
Marcus, Pamela M. NCI/NIH Epidemiologist 301-496-7468 pm145q@nih.gov
Marcy, Theodore W. University of Vermont College of Medicine Professor of Medicine 802-656-3650 theodore.marcy@uvm.edu
Marino, Christina Advanced Dermatology and Skin Surgery Data Manager 509-456-8444 cmarino81@msn.com
McKinney, Martha Pearsall The Council of State Governments Associate Director for Research 859-244-8168 mcki5494@bellsouth.net
Mebane-McGinty, Crystal Washington Hospital Center Resident, Internal Medicine    
Mechanic, Leah E. Westat Study Manager 301-610-8835 leahmechanic@westat.com
Merrill, Ray M. DCPC, NCI, NIH Mathematical Statistician   ray_merrill@byu.edu
Miller, Melissa     571-232-8306 millermeli@mail.nih.gov
Mink, Pamela Exponent Managing Scientist 202-772-4921 pmink@exponent.com
Misra, R(ohini) Rita NCI/NIH Senior Regulatory Scientist 301-496-7912 misrar@mail.nih.gov
Molinaro, Annette Yale University School of Medicine Assistant Professor 203-785-4157 annette.molinaro@yale.edu
Muñoz, Kathryn A. Merck Research Laboratories Epidemiologist   kmunoz2@ligand.com
Mysliwiec, Pauline A. Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Assistant Chief Gastroenterology 707-651-2686 pauline.a.mysliwiec@kp.org
Nebeling, Linda C. NCI/NIH Chief 301-435-7547 nebelinl@mail.nih.gov
Nunez, Nomeli University of Texas at Austin Assistant Professor 512-471-3243 nomeli@mail.utexas.edu
O’Mara, Ann M. DCP, NCI, NIH Program Director    
Paltoo, Dina Nicole NHLBI/NIH Program Director 301-435-0513 paltood@mail.nih.gov
Parascandola, Mark NCI/NIH Epidemiologist 301-451-4587 paramark@mail.nih.gov
Patel Varanasi, Arti Westat Study Manager 301-294-3952 artivaranasi@westat.com
Piper, Margaret A. Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists Epidemiologist   mpiper75@bellsouth.net
Poetschke Klug, Heather Lee The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College Assistant Professor 956-882-5060 heather.klug@utb.edu
Pommerenke, Forrest A. DCPC, NCI, NIH Program Director   forrpomm@aol.com
Prindiville, Sheila A. NCI/NIH Director 301-451-5048 prindivs@mail.nih.gov
Radimer, Kathy L. CDC, National Center for Health Statistics Nutritional Epidemiologist 301-458-4684 kradimer@cdc.gov
Randolph, Whitney Westat Epidemiologist 240-314-7509 whitneysteele@westat.com
Rao, Madhusudan G. AmeriPath Tulsa Pathologist 918-579-7795 madhurao@pol.net
Ratnasinghe, Duminda (Luke) D. Genomic Nanosystems, Inc. Senior Vice President for Research 501-517-1648 lukeratnasinghe@gnanosystems.com
Reedy, Jill NCI/NIH   301-594-6605 reedyj@mail.nih.gov
Robinson (Johnson), JaMuir Capella University Adjunct Faculty Position   robinjam@mail.nih.gov
Rogers, Connie Jo NCI/NIH Senior Research Fellow 301-451-1417 rogersco@mail.nih.gov
Ross, Sharon A. NCI/NIH Program Director 301-594-7547 rosssha@mail.nih.gov
Rossi, Susan C. NIH Deputy Director 301-496-5641 rossis@od.nih.gov
Sansbury, Leah NCI/NIH     sansburl@mail.nih.gov
Sauma, Samir J. NCI/NIH Senior Health Science Policy Analyst 301-402-7518 saumas@mail.nih.gov
Shankar, Sharada Washington Cancer Institute, Washington Hospital Center Scientific Director, Cancer Control   sshankar@jhsph.edu
Sinha, Rashmi NCI/NIH Senior Investigator, Deputy Branch Chief 301-496-6426 sinhar@mail.nih.gov
Slesinski, Mary Jane Klemm Analysis Group Epidemiologist   slesinsm@mail.nih.gov
Slutsman, Julia       slutsmaj@mail.nih.gov
Smith, Ashley NCI/NIH Behavioral Scientist  301-451-1843 smithas@mail.nih.gov
Srinivas, Pothur R. NHLBI/NIH Program Director 301-435-0550 srinivap@mail.nih.gov
Srivastava, Sudhir NCI/NIH Chief 301-496-3983 srivasts@mail.nih.gov
Steck (Scott), Susan University of South Carolina Research Assistant Professor 803-734-4431 ssteck@sc.edu
Stolzenberg-Solomon, Rachael NCI/NIH Investigator 301-594-2939 stolzenr@mail.nih.gov
Stotts, R (Roger) Craig University of Tennessee Health Science Center Professor and Managing Editor, Southern Online Journal of Nursing Research 501-753-7098 rstotts@utmem.edu
Subar, Amy F. NCI/NIH Research Nutritionist 301-594-0831 subara@mail.nih.gov
Sullivan, Susan E. Duke Comprehensive Cancer Research Associate    
Sweeney, Christine Pinney Associates Scientist 301-718-8440 csweeney@pinneyassociates.com
Tejeda, Heriberto A. St. Peter's Medical Center Internal Medicine Resident   hatejeda@aol.com
Thomas-Vadaparampil, Susan H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center Assistant Professor 813-745-1997 vadapast@moffitt.usf.edu
Tooze, Janet Wake Forest University School of Medicine Assistant Professor 336-716-3833 jtooze@wfubmc.edu
Vargas, Yvonne NCI/NIH Medical Officer 301-594-1567 vargasy@mail.nih.gov
Velie, Ellen M. Michigan State University Associate Professor 517-353-8623 x 118 velie@msu.edu
Wanke, Kay NIDA/NIH Health Scientist Administrator 301-451-8663 wankek@nida.nih.gov
Wasson, Katherine The University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Chief, Clinical Ethics Service and Assistant Professor, Critical Care 713-792-8775  
Wells, Barbara L. Health Resources and Services Admin Director of Evaluation   bwells@hrsa.gov
Wewers, Mary Ellen The Ohio State University Professor & Associate Dean for Research 614-292-3137 wewers.1@osu.edu
Whiteside, Martin State of Tennessee Director, Office of Cancer Surveillance 615-532-7903 martin.whiteside@state.tn.us
Whitted, Jacqueline NCI/NIH Public Health Advisor 301-496-0129 whittedj@mail.nih.gov
Williams-Brown, Shanita Morehouse School of Medicine Research Scholar, National Center for Primary Care and Assistant Professor, Dept of Community Health & Preventive Medicine 404-756-8951 swilliams-brown@msm.edu
Woodson, Karen G. DCS, NCI, NIH Senior Staff Fellow   woodsonk@mail.nih.gov
Xie, Heng NCI/NIH Medical Officer & Program Director 301-496-8866 XieHe@mail.nih.gov
Zanetti, Krista       zanettik@mail.nih.gov
Zecevic, Maja The Lancet Senior Editor 212-633-3667 m.zecevic@lancet.com
Zemlo, Tamara R. BioInformatics Director of Syndicated Research & Analysis 703-778-3080 x 25 t.zemlo@gene2drug.com
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Acronyms

Listed below are several frequently used acronyms. A more extensive list can be referenced at http://www.training.nih.gov/handbook/acronyms.html.

Acronyms
DHHS or HHS Department of Health and Human Services
PHS Public Health Service
NIH National Institutes of Health
NCI National Cancer Institute
CCR Center for Cancer Research
DCB Division of Cancer Biology
DCCPS Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences
DCEG Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics
DCP Division of Cancer Prevention
DCTD Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis
DEA Division of Extramural Activities
OPO Office of Preventive Oncology
CDC Centers for Disease Control
Terms
AO Administrative Officer
EOD Entered on Duty
EPN Executive Plaza North (6130 Executive Boulevard)
EPS Executive Plaza South (6120 Executive Boulevard)
FY Fiscal Year
IC Institute/Center
OD Office of the Director
Extramural refers to research supported by the NIH through grants and contracts with outside organizations
Intramural pertains to research conducted by NIH scientists at NIH laboratories

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Telephones, fax, and mail

The NIH Telephone System

To place a local call it is necessary to dial 9, followed by the 10-digit telephone number.

A long-distance call requires a 9+1 and the 10-digit telephone number.

Overseas phone calls (Canada included) need to be arranged through the NIH operator by dialing "0". The operator will ask for the caller's billing number (the Program Office's extension 301-496-8640) and Institute (NCI) and will then connect the caller with an overseas operator who will ask for the country (code) and telephone number to be called.

The NIH Telephone Directory

Fellows are provided with an NIH Telephone Directory when they start work at the CPFP Program Office. The directory's "Personnel" listing includes the names, addresses, telephone and fax numbers of NIH employees. In addition, the directory includes an organizational listing by Institute/Center (IC), which furnishes information about the organizational entities and their senior staff. The "Yellow Pages" list central services of the NIH (i.e., parking, cafeterias, meeting rooms, etc.) their locations and phone numbers and feature other topics of general interest.

Individuals at NIH can also be located at https://ned.nih.gov/search/, and fellows can use this URL to change their personal NIH Directory entry or to change their e-mail forwarding service. Easy-to-follow steps are provided after accessing this URL.

Business Mail

FOR REGULAR MAIL DELIVERY:   FOR EXPRESS MAIL AND VISITORS:

Fellow's Name
Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program
National Cancer Institute
Executive Plaza South, Suite 150E
6120 Executive Boulevard, MSC 7105
Bethesda, MD 20892-7105

 

Fellow's Name
Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program
National Cancer Institute
Executive Plaza South, Suite 150E
6120 Executive Blvd.
Rockville, MD 20852-7105

Fellows should use the above addresses to give as their contact by mail as long as they work in the Program Office.

Incoming mail is sorted in the Program Office and distributed to the individual desks. Fellows who have moved to their preceptor-sponsored positions are asked to periodically check with the Program Office about mail they may have received to the EPS/T-41 address. Interoffice mail is sent and delivered in government messenger envelopes. All outgoing, official (business) mail is to be placed in appropriate-sized government envelopes and sent through the NIH mail system. Personal mail should not be sent through the NIH mail system; it can be placed in the U.S. Postal Service mailbox on the premises (first floor of EPN, near the loading dock).

Fellows leaving the Program Office to work in one of the preceptor-sponsored positions are asked to notify program staff and the EPS mailroom of their new mailing address, telephone number, etc.

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Information Technology

Contact Information:

NIH Help Desk (301-496-4357)
301-496-4357 (voice)
866-319-4357 (voice)
301-496-8294 (TDD)
301-402-7349 (fax)
helpdesk@nih.gov

http://www.cit.nih.gov/

Remote Access Connection Methods:

Parachute/Modem provides dial-up access to NIH and Institute computing resources while working with a home or mobile computer equipped with a modem. This method utilizes your current phone line though it does not allow voice calls to be made over the same line while connected to Parachute. Connection Speed: 56Kbps

Virtual Private Network (VPN) allows NIH employees to access the NIH network and Institute computing resources over a third-party Internet Service Provider (ISP) such as that from Verizon DSL, AOL, or Comcast Cable. You will need to contact your third-party ISP to verify that the ISP allows VPN over their network. Connection Speed: Not applicable as this service uses your current Internet connection so it is dependent on that connection's speed.

If you are interested in a remote access account, please read the attached policy, then complete and submit the request form to our office for approval and processing. Once you are notified that your account has been established, you will need to complete the mandatory security training to maintain your privileges.

Remote Access Policy

Remote Access Request Form

NIH Information Security Awareness Training Course (a requirement for remote access privileges)

Available Programs and Software:

The Center for Information Technology operates the Information Systems Designated Procurement (iSDP) to acquire and deliver brand-name software, hardware and services to HHS and NIH personnel. The iSDP takes advantage of large volume purchasing agreements to provide significantly discounted prices to its customers. The iSDP also saves its participants time and money by eliminating the need to search for the best information systems deals.

List of programs and software available through NIH

Contacts for software distribution within NCI

NIH LISTSERV:

The NIH LISTSERV facility is an e-mail-based server that allows users to create, manage, and control electronic "mailing lists" on a network. LISTSERV manages list subscriptions, maintains archives of posted messages, optimizes mass mail delivery, and so forth. LISTSERV allows any networked user to subscribe to lists, receive list postings, query LISTSERV, set up a new list, access list archives, etc. The NIH LISTSERV facility is administered by the CIT Division of Network Systems and Telecommunications.

NIH LISTSERV

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