The National Institutes of Health has launched  a new initiative to harness the power of commercial cloud computing and provide NIH biomedical... Learn More

Technology developed by the Signal Processing and Instrumentation Section’s team of engineers was recently highlighted in ASBMB Today.

Andrea Norris shares insights on information technology within NIH, partnering with the NIH community, and IT opportunities in the agency.

Biowulf, NIH’s state-of-the-art supercomputer, receives major recognition in the May-June 2018 issue of the NIH Catalyst.

CIT is pleased to announce that Robert Morse is the Center’s new Director of the Office of Information Technology Services Management, reporting... Learn More

Recently published research in the New England Journal of Medicine could lead to the creation of more targeted therapies and more accurate... Learn More

On Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, the print and digital publication FedHealthIT recognized government and industry leaders for their “desire and... Learn More

The Biomedical Research Informatics Computing System (BRICS) won the Best Practices Judges’ Choice award at the 15th Annual Bio-IT World... Learn More

The Signal Processing and Instrumentation Section (SPIS) of CIT’s Office of Intramural Research (OIR) is among five recipients of the HHS... Learn More

The NIH Catalyst, a newsletter highlighting NIH intramural research, has published an article about a new mouse-behavior monitoring system... Learn More

Representatives of five NIH Institutes and Centers (ICs) presented several innovative applications and software tools that support NIH activities... Learn More

This winter, CIT completed the opening of an integrated Technology Operations Center (TOC).

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