Partnering Toward Discovery is a networking series organized by the Medical Student Senate and the Graduate Student Association that showcases how Johns Hopkins scientists and clinicians are working together to advance our understanding of and develop new treatments for disease.
In addition to these events, the Partnering Toward Discovery Postdoctoral Fellow Series holds events throughout the year, which are similar to the graduate-level Partnering Toward Discovery series. These events allow basic science and clinical postdoctoral fellows and residents, as well as their faculty members, to come together to interact and learn about the different facets of specific research projects at Johns Hopkins.
Partnering Toward Discovery
Graduate and medical students at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine meet and discuss potential research collaborations during the inaugural "Partnering Toward Discovery" seminar on HIV.
Roy Ziegelstein on chocolate, peanut butter and collaborations
Roy Ziegelstein, the Vice Dean for Education at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, explains the new seminar series "Partnering Towards Discovery."