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Support Services Available to Postdocs
This department offers a range of services to ensure a safe, stress-free environment, including escort services.
If you're experiencing an emergency, dial 911 or the Security Communications Center at 410-955-5585.
This School of Medicine provides a reporting system for learners to report mistreatment and/or disruptive behavior they may have experienced or observed. Click the above link to access the reporting website.
This independently administered hotline allows for anonymous (if desired) reporting of serious concerns or violations of any kind. Examples include violations of regulations relating to scientific and scholarly activity and breaches of student life policies. Any possible risk involving non-compliance with a law, regulation, or policy should be reported by calling the Compliance Line at 1-844-SPEAK2US (1-844-773-2528) or submitting a report online. Note that this is not an emergency service. For emergency assistance, please contact local emergency services.
Disruptive workplace behaviors can be reported to Safe at Hopkins. Also, please utilize the Johns Hopkins Continuum of Disruptive Behaviors at Work tool to identify and talk about unprofessional behaviors in the workplace.
Johns Hopkins University does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, marital status, pregnancy, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status or other legally protected characteristics. This office serves you to address violations of this policy.
Click the above link to find contacts and resources available to support the responsible conduct of research and address issues of research misconduct.
Full-time postdoctoral fellows may seek counseling through FASAP, whose services include counseling, referral to further resources, preventive and educational sessions, and support and discussion groups.
- mySupport is a new university resource that gives you access to everything from everyday life support (lawn care, child care, etc.) to emotional support resources. You can access this resource by calling 443-997-7000. The line is answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To read more about this new resource, click here.
All full-time postdoctoral fellows are enrolled in University Health Services and have access to adult primary care and mental health services.