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Ted Dawson discusses his new research findings on a potential origin of Parkinson's disease
Cells in the mouse’s breast duct, known as “myoepithelial” cells can contract and expand just like muscles!
Underrepresented minority students have charted a new path to celebrating their research achievements.
An alum and current resident discuss their experiences training at Johns Hopkins.
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Researchers from Johns Hopkins are studying hummingbird’s metabolism in hopes that their work could yield insights into what goes wrong in human diabetes and obesity.
Caroline Vissers is a graduate student at Johns Hopkins Medicine University School of Medicine. Her essay “Diversity at the Top of the Social Media Signaling Cascade” won 3rd place in the Lasker Foundation Essay Contest.
Using color to represent different moments in time, researchers were able to study what genetic combinations are needed throughout development to build a mouse eye.
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