Medical Science & Computing is Awarded a Position on the NIH NHLBI Professional, Scientific, and Administrative Support Services 5-Year, $50M BPA

Rockville, MD, April 14, 2020 – Medical Science Computing (MSC), a Dovel company, announced today that they have been awarded a position on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) Professional, Scientific, and Administrative Support Services 5-year, $50M BPA. MSC will provide both scientific and administrative services across the 12 basic and clinical research centers/branches within the NHLBI Division of Intramural Research (DIR) in support of their mission to perform robust scientific and clinical research that leads to a better understanding of biology and clinical pathology.  

“We are honored to be a long-standing NIH partner and to continue our relationship supporting NHLBI in their scientific and clinical research,” said Damon Griggs, Dovel CEO. “We are committed to serving NIH’s mission through the implementation of innovative approaches for streamlining and disseminating research efforts, enhancing knowledge sharing, and improving public health. 

The DIR has built a strong basic science foundation and coupled it closely with innovative technology development and outstanding clinical research, both at the NIH Clinical Center and in partnership with local hospitals. The purview of the DIR’s research is broad, encompassing investigations into the basic principles of molecular, cellular, and organ-level biology and their relationship to disease.  

About Medical Science & Computing (MSC) 

Together, MSC and Dovel are a trusted government partner that blends deep domain expertise with advanced technologies to help our customers solve complex problems that improve, protect, and save lives. As a rapidly growing company, we combine entrepreneurial spirit, customer focus, and an outcomes-based approach to support agency missions in health IT, life sciences, public safety, and grants management. To learn more, visit 

Jessica Lindberg