Recognition for NIDA Notes Science Writing

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NIDA Notes received first place in Science Writing in the 2009 Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Awards Competition of the National Association of Government Communicators (NAGC). The award, which recognized the article, "Basic Science Discoveries Yield Novel Approaches to Analgesia," named Senior Science Writer Lori Whitten, Managing Editor Andrew Keegan, Deputy Editor Julie Ann Miller, and Editor David Anderson. NAGC is a network of professionals who disseminate information on behalf of Federal, State, and local governments. The association's annual awards "salute superior communications efforts of government agencies."