Dr. Elizabeth G. Nabel joined Dr. Marshall Nirenberg to celebrate the naming of a National Historic Chemical Landmark at the NIH, November 12, 2009.
Dr. Elizabeth G. Nabel, spoke before colleagues at the induction ceremony for the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 229th class of new members. Dr. Nabel was elected as a Fellow of the Academy’s section on medical sciences and was chosen to represent her section as a speaker at the ceremony held at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (American Academy of Arts and Sciences Photo/Martha Stewart)
Dr. Elizabeth G. Nabel, (second from right) spoke about obesity and other health topics at the Fit Nation tour in St. Paul, Minn. Fellow panelists included (l to r): Dr. Sanjay Gupta, host of CNN's "Fit Nation"; NHLBI grantee and University of Minnesota nutrition professor Dr. Dianne Neumark-Sztainer; Jim Kauffman, national director for health and well-being at YMCA of the USA; and Jillian Michaels, fitness expert and trainer on The Biggest Loser
Dr. Elizabeth G. Nabel, (left) and Dr. Robert S. Balaban, NHLBI Scientific Director, (right) with one of the Excellence in Mentoring NHLBI Star Award recipients, Dr. Yasuhiro Katagiri.
Dr. Elizabeth G. Nabel (first row, right), Dr. Gary Nabel (first row, left) with members of the St. George’s University faculty and Honorary Degree recipient, Elaine Murphy, Baronness Murphy of Aldgate (Front row, center).
Dr. Elizabeth G. Nabel, M.D. delivered the Commencement Address to the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University on June 2, 2009.
Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases signatories, standing back row left to right, Depei Liu (China), Warwick Anderson (Australia), Abdallah Daar (University of Toronto), Stig Pramming (Oxford Health Alliance), and Leszek Borysiewicz (UK), front row seated left to right, Dr. Elizabeth G. Nabel, (USA) and Alain Beaudet (Canada). (Kevin P. Casey for the Global Alliance)
Dr. Elizabeth G. Nabel, (left) with Nobel Laureates, Dr. Joseph L. Goldstein (center) and Dr. Marshall W. Nirenberg (right). The NHLBI hosted a lecture by Dr. Goldstein entitled, “The Cholesterol Feedback Story: A Tale of Membrane Proteins and Sterol Sensors.”
Dr. Elizabeth G. Nabel spoke at the White House on February 11, 2008 at an event honoring The Heart Truth and the fifth anniversary of the introduction of the Red Dress as the campaign’s national symbol.
Marcia L. Stefanick, Ph.D. (left); Association of American Medical Colleges, President Dr. Darrell G. Kirch; and Dr. Elizabeth G. Nabel, at the Fifth Fulfilling the Promise: Celebrating the Academic Medicine and NIH Collaboration, Advancing Women’s Heart Health – NIH-Funded Research in Cardiovascular Disease on July 24, 2006.
Dr. Elizabeth Nabel was honored as one of 100 women named “most powerful in Washington” by Washingtonian Magazine in its June 2006 issue.