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Neuroscience Ph.D. candidate David Ottenheimer reflects on his experiences as an LGBTQ+ individual in the science community.
Thirty-three early career faculty members representing twenty-six departments were selected to receive Johns Hopkins Catalyst Awards. Congrats to all!
Baltimore's highest-achieving high school juniors joined Hopkins students, faculty, and staff for a discussion of pathways to higher education.
The Medical and Biological Illustration Graduate Showcase highlighted the impressive skills the class of 2019 developed during their time in the rigorous two-year Master of Arts program.
Congratulations and best of luck to the Class of 2019!
Robert Shochet, M.D., was recognized for development of the Colleges Advisory Program. Congratulations!
Vikram Chib, Ph.D., uses functional imaging tools to chart what happens in the brain when we are given rewards to achieve different tasks.
Need a jump-start on your summer reading? Check out these titles recommended by students from the history of medicine department!
Are people really “left-brained” or “right-brained”? Do the halves of your brain correspond with discrete types of thought? Learn how this popular myth was established and why it persists.
NASA’s Twins Study sheds light on impact of long-term space travel on the human body.
Joshua Vogelstein, Ph.D., develops new, open-source technologies that reveal connections between the brain and individual traits and characteristics.
A history of medicine doctoral student examines the present-day vaccination crisis through a historic lens.
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From basic to translational to clinical research, our medical and graduate students, residents and fellows study with Nobel laureates, Lasker Award winners and National Academy of Science members.
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