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Young Investigator's Day

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Young Investigators’ Day at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine was established in 1978 to recognize the outstanding research contributions made by our trainees: medical and graduate students, postdoctoral and clinical fellows, and residents. The annual celebration includes brief presentations by the awardees, a poster presentation and reception. Awardees each receive a cash prize as well as recognition during convocation ceremonies. Many Young Investigators’ Day winners have gone on to very successful careers in biomedical research.

Each award carries a distinct honor and specific history to the legacy of biomedical research here at Johns Hopkins, and a number of named awards were established and are generously supported by friends and family in memory of past students or faculty members.

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2016 Young Investigators' Day | Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine recently celebrated its 39th Young Investigators’ Day event to recognize the research achievements of students, postdocs and fellows. This year’s award-winning biomedical research investigators discuss their experiences at Johns Hopkins, including the importance of maintaining a work-life balance and engaging in activities outside of the lab.