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Fundamentals March 2022

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Fundamentals March 2022

Woman to Woman Scientist: Advice for Early-Career Scientists

At this year’s Kuggie Vallee Distinguished Lecture, featured speaker Eva Nogales of the University of California, Berkeley, along with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine faculty members shared guidance on navigating postdoctoral fellow positions, the junior faculty years, becoming a principal investigator and more. Close out Women’s History Month with their insightful advice.

Fundamentals March 2022

New Rankings Affirm Impressive Reputation of Johns Hopkins Basic Biomedical Research Graduate Programs

U.S. News and World Report rankings of graduate programs note high marks for basic biomedical research programs at Johns Hopkins

Fundamentals March 2022

Image of the Month: Eyes Wide Surprise

Johns Hopkins Medicine eye expert Jeremy Nathans and his research team set out to genetically ‘map’ each cell type in the iris, and discovered something surprising: four new types of cells.

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