National LIbrary of Medicine, NIH, Bethesda, MD
"Against the Odds, Making a Difference in Global Health"
In 2008, ParaMounts was contracted by Color-Ad, Inc.,  to design,
fabricate and install artifact mounts and artifacts for this exhibit
which will be on display until 2010.
This case, focusing on the eradication of smallpox as
a global health threat, included two tiny bifurcated
needles requiring magnification.
The case at right focuses on the Nobel
Peace Prize awarded to International
Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear
War in 1985.  The medal awarded to Dr.
Bernard Lown, a founder of IPPNW,
required a mirrored mount to display both
the front and back of the Nobel Peace
Prize medal.