The Advisory Committee to the Director provides advice on matters pertinent to National Institutes of Health mission responsibilities in the conduct and support of biomedical research, medical science, and biomedical communications.
In February 1965, a distinguished committee appointed by President Johnson, under the chairmanship of Dr. Dean E. Wooldridge, conducted a study of the operations of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Among the recommendations the Wooldridge Committee made to the President in its report was that a new advisory group should be established to assist the Office of the Director, NIH, in the making of major plans and policies, especially those related to the allocation of NIH funds and resources. More >
UPDATE: Due to current conditions surrounding COVID-19, only ACD Board Members are permitted to attend in-person and the public is required to watch via NIH Videocast.
The Videocast links can be accessed on the Meetings page.