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The mission of the Institute for Basic Biomedical Sciences at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is to promote the fundamental research that drives advances in medicine. By fostering a unique and collaborative environment that bridges basic science and clinical research, the IBBS supports and encourages interdisciplinary interactions that lead to discovery and innovation and educates and trains future leaders in biomedical research.
Machine learning model they designed shown to work in some ICU patients
Study of hearing in old and young mice suggests the brain might be trained to filter out background sound
Among nine basic science departments, more than 150 make discoveries to transform medicine.
The Institute for Basic Biomedical Sciences is home to several centralized fee-for-service facilities open to all researchers at Johns Hopkins and beyond.
Several research centers are supported by the Institute for Basic Biomedical Sciences.
Learn about the research of some of the 150 faculty members affiliated with the Institute for Basic Biomedical Sciences.
Congratulations to Rick Huganir for receiving the Ralph W. Gerard Prize in Neuroscience from the Society for Neuroscience (SfN). The prize is the highest honor awarded by SfN and recognizes scientists who have made significant contributions to neuroscience throughout their careers. Huganir is the director of the Solomon H. Snyder Department of Neuroscience, co-director of the Pedersen Brain Science Institute, and a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of neuroscience and psychological and brain science.
Neuroscientist Shigeki Watanabe has been named one of the 2022 Vallee Scholars by the Vallee Foundation. Watanabe studies the cellular and molecular basis of synaptic transmission and plasticity. The award provides research funding to support early-career scientists in the furthering of their careers. Read more.