Nealon Communicators’ Lectures Honor Late NCI Employee

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BETHESDA, Md-The National Cancer Institute has named a new lecture series for Eleanor Nealon, a long-time employee who died of recurrent breast cancer on Oct. 22.

BETHESDA, Md—The National Cancer Institute has named a new lecture series for Eleanor Nealon, a long-time employee who died of recurrent breast cancer on Oct. 22.

The Eleanor Nealon Extraordinary Communicators’ Lecture Series will focus on the communication of science to the public and will feature “outstanding communicators who have advanced an understanding of science through their skill in communications.” Three speakers will be selected each year, drawn from the areas of technology, business, academia, the media, and the advocacy community. Ms. Nealon was an 18-year employee of the Institute. Prior to her death, she served as director of the NCI Office of Liaison

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