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Internal Funding Opportunities

Housestaff

The J. Mario Molina Physician Scientist and the Lou and Nancy Grasmick Scholarships

The purpose of these awards is to recruit and train exceptional physician-scientists from the Osler Medical Residency and the Bayview Internal Medicine Residency Program and to encourage them to remain at Johns Hopkins for fellowship training. The scholarships provide up to $50,000 of research support over two years for housestaff who remain at Johns Hopkins for fellowship training and are involved in laboratory-based scientific investigation.

Fellows

T32 Grants

Project TitlePrincipal Investigator
Johns Hopkins HIV Epidemiology and Prevention Sciences Training ProgramBeyrer, Christopher
Multidisciplinary Rheumatology Training ProgramBingham, Clifton O; Casciola-Rosen, Livia A
Training Program in HematologyBrodsky, Robert A
The Molecular and Cellular Basis of Infectious Diseases (MCBID) ProgramCasadevall, Arturo
Cardiovascular Epidemiology Institutional TrainingCoresh, Josef
Research Training in Microbial DiseasesCosgrove, Sara E
Basic Science Research in Digestive DiseasesDonowitz, Mark
Pharmacology Training GrantFreel Meyers, Caren L
Clinical Research and Epidemiology in Diabetes and EndocrinologyGolden, Sherita Hill
Clinical Pharmacology Training ProgramHendrix, Craig Walter
Behavioral Research in Heart and Vascular DiseaseHill-Briggs, Felicia
NIDA Epidemiology Training ProgramJohnson, Renee M.
Institutional Research Cancer Epidemiology FellowshipPlatz, Elizabeth A
Training for Clinician Scientists in Imaging ResearchPomper, Martin G.
Pathophysiology of Myocardial DiseasePost, Wendy S
Cellular and Molecular MedicineRao, Rajini
Translational Aging Research Training ProgramWalston, Jeremy
Training Program in Environmental Health SciencesWills-Karp, Marsha
Multidisciplinary Training Program in Lung DiseaseWise, Robert A.

Junior Faculty

Ludwig Family Department of Medicine Physician-Scientist Grant

These awards from Dr. Carol Ludwig, the Honorable Eugene Ludwig and the Ludwig Family Foundation support junior faculty across many divisions of the Department of Medicine in order to prolong their ongoing research projects.