Cultivating Entrepreneurship Scholarly Concentrations exposes first year medical students to the scholarly fields, but also cultivates a sense of entrepreneurship by allowing them to build their own research project and seeing it through from start to finish. Read more.
First-year resident, Jason Liebowitz, A&S '09, Med '13, at Bayview finds inspiration in the words of William Osler — and in getting to know his patients. Read more.
2014 Scholarship Recognition Event
On April 8, 2014, the School of Medicine hosted the annual Scholarship Recognition Event, a wonderful night when students have a chance to say a personal "thank you," and donors have a chance to see the impact on the lives their investment makes. Read more. To support scholarship at the School of Medicine, click here.
A Study of Twins, Separated by Orbit
Andrew Feinberg, Med '76, discusses his monumental investigation of the effects of long stays in space on the human body. Upon returning home from the International Space Station, astronaut Scott Kelly's genome will be compared with his twin brother's to see if any genes have been altered. Read more.
Today, April 17, is Young Investigators' Day, when School of Medicine trainee researchers are honored for their stellar accomplishments in the lab. The 37th annual event will take place in Mountcastle Auditorium in the Preclinical Teaching Building at 4pm.
This event is proudly sponsored by The Johns Hopkins Medical & Surgical Association. Generous support from JHM&SA makes this event possible.
The presentation on April 1 in London about the Johns Hopkins Global Health Initiative was fascinating and inspiring.
In case you missed it, you can still capture the inspiration by watching/sharing the archived video here.