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2004-2005 Takemi Program in International Health Fellowships at the Harvard School of Public Health The Takemi Program seeks applications for a limited number of fellowships for research and advanced training on critical issues of international health, especially those relating to developing countries.

The application deadline for September 2004 admission is Feb. 1, 2004.

email: takemi@hsph.harvard.edu

Association of Chinese Geneticists in America. The objectives of the Association are to: 1) bring into close contact investigators in the field of genetics 2) promote and encourage professional collaborations 3) provide social interactions.
Becoming a Successful Scientist Provides information and links of interest on succeeding in scientific research. Contains a helpful tip that is updated weekly. Also, for those who want to contribute to contributing their thoughts on how to successfully carry out research, there is a section available to do that.
Center for Craniofacial Development and Disorders Mission is to care for patients, educate, and perform research on craniofacial disorders
Conversations in Genetics The Genetics Society of America in collaboration with The American Society of Human Genetics is pleased to announce the publication of Volume 1 of "Conversations in Genetics" edited by Rochelle E. Esposito. This groundbreaking series contains a collection of captivating videotaped interviews with geneticists who have made major contributions to the conceptual foundation of modern genetics. Volume 1 contains interviews of Lee Hartwell, Fran├žois Jacob, Ed Lewis, Arno Motulsky and Evelyn Witkin. These unique and historic discussions between prominent geneticists promises to become a rich resource for anyone interested in genetics and the evolution of scientific ideas.
Fogarty International Center Announces First Awards for International Collaborative Genetics Research Training Program Announcement of six new research and training grants to support international collaborations in human genetic sciences
Genomics and Global Health Report from the task force of the UN Millennium project, coordinated by Peter Singer and Abdallah Daar at the University of Toronto.
ICGRTP News Release Hopkins to train Chinese researchers in genetics.
INASP-Health Directory 2003/2004 A directory of international organizations and programs working to improve access to reliable information for health professionals in developing and emerging countries.
Information for JHU Postdoctoral Fellows Important information and policies which apply to fellows.
JHU Graduate Programs Information for Interns and Residents Important information and policies which apply to interns and residents.
John E. Fogarty International Center Promotes and supports scientific research and training internationally to reduce disparities in global health
Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics The mission of the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics is to prepare the nation's next generation of leaders in bioethics; to promote research at the intersection of ethics, law, medicine, and science; and to provide policy advice on bioethical issues to the government and the private sector.
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Distant Education Programs, Degree Programs, Joint Degree Programs
Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health  
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine MD-PhD Program  
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National Human Genome Research Institute Advancing human health through genetic reserach.
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Mission of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) is to reduce the burden of human illness and dysfunction from environmental causes by understanding each of these elements and how they interrelate. The NIEHS achieves its mission through multidisciplinary biomedical research programs, prevention and intervention efforts, and communication strategies that encompass training, education, technology transfer, and community outreach
National Institute on Aging Leads a broad scientific effort to understand the nature of aging and to extend the healthy, active years of life for all citizens
NatureJobs Newsletters Information to scientific employment
OHRP Guidance: "Guidance on Research Involving Coded Private Information or Biological Specimens" This has been issued by DHHS/OHRP. The Guidance is for research conducted or supported by DHHS.
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Public Policy Web Sites of Interest to Genetics Professionals Web Sites Providing Federal Government and Related Legislative Information
Roadmap for Success in International Research: Strategies for Protecting Human Research Subjects Globally Conference report on protecting human research subjects globally.
Science's Next Wave Career Resource for young scientist.
The 44th Annual Short Course in Medical and Experimental Mammalian Genetics This course is a joint effort of Johns Hopkins University and The Jackson Laboratory
The 45th Annual Short Course in Medical and Experimental Mammalian Genetics This course is a joint effort of Johns Hopkins University and The Jackson Laboratory
The Mentor Network More than 700 members of the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) have already volunteered to be a part of a unique resource for K-12 students and teachers in Canada and the United States
The Resources for International Librarians, Health Professionals and Researchers This is a work in progress which should be useful to international colleagues and queries.
Visa Advice Website The purpose of our Web site is to provide useful information related to visas.
World Health Organization- Genomics and World Health The most up-to-date who publication on the subject, the report may help 191 WHO Member States to ensure that genome technology is used to reduce rather than exacerbate global inequalities in health status.

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