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An Extraordinary Journey for Extraordinary Times

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Mark your calendars for this exclusive morning program presented by Johns Hopkins Medicine. Hear three Johns Hopkins faculty physicians speak about chronic inflammation, new things to know about your brain, and the next chapter in COVID-19 vaccine.

 

An Extraordinary Journey for Extraordinary Times

Learn about the latest advances in women’s health from renowned Johns Hopkins faculty physicians conducting the research.

 

Speakers

Lisa Christopher-Stine, M.D., M.P.H.

Medical School 101

Rheumatologist Lisa Christopher-Stine investigates chronic inflammation — which is at the root of many ailments from cancer, heart disease and arthritis to autoimmune diseases and dementia — and strategies to reduce the impact of inflammation on our health.

Justin Charles McArthur, M.B.B.S., M.P.H.

New Things to Know About Your Brain

Do you experience migraine headaches or fear of dementia and other neurologic problems? Neurologist Justin McArthur explores cutting-edge advances in neurology, new classes of medications, gene therapy and CRISPR gene editing, which may treat neurological disease including paralyzing disorders.

Anna Palmer Durbin, M.D.

The Next Chapter in COVID-19 Vaccines

So many questions persist about vaccines to protect us from COVID-19. When will children be vaccinated? Are we contagious even after being vaccinated? Will current vaccines resist new variants of SARS CoV-2? Immunologist Anna Durbin responds to these and other urgent questions.

 

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