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Advancements in Research

Researchers at Johns Hopkins are constantly advancing science through basic, translational and clinical investigations. Here are highlights of our most current findings.


CBID students

Learning to Think Like a Clinician and Function Like a ‘Start-Up’ 

With its unique pedagogical approach, the Center for Bioengineering, Innovation and Design (CBID) master’s provides students with a 360 degree view of the biomedical device design process. By exposing students to every element of the design process in both high- and low-resource settings, CBID teaches students to be efficient and effective innovators.

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Science: Out of the Box

Understanding Ubiquitin

Johns Hopkins biophysicist Cynthia Wolberger explains how the small protein ubiquitin regulates many events in the cell, including turning genes off and on.

Epigenetics: A Symphony of Discovery

Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center Director, Bill Nelson, M.D., Ph.D., discusses epigenetics using musicians from the Peabody Institute.

Latest in Research

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One in five patients prescribed antibiotics experience side effects

A new study on hospitalized adults adds to growing evidence that antibiotics are not benign and that clinicians often fail to weigh both the risks and benefits of antibiotics before prescribing them.

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