Michelle Eakin, Li Gao and Eileen Scully were selected to receive Johns Hopkins Catalyst Awards, representing some of the most creative thinkers from across the university. The awards, accompanied by a $75,000 grant and mentoring opportunities, aim to help launch early career faculty members on a path to a sustainable and rewarding academic career.

Eakin, Michelle

Michelle Eakin

Associate Professor, Division of Pulmonary

"Objective Evaluation of Pain Management in Adults with Sickle Cell Disease"

 

 

Gao, Li

Li Gao

Assistant Professor in the Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology

"Innovative Tool for Screenable Drug Hypersensitivity Reactions"

 

 

Scully, Eileen

Eileen Scully

Assistant Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases

"Defining the Role of Biological Sex in HIV Cure Strategies"

 

 

To see the full 2018 Catalyst Cohort made up of 32 faculty members from across the university, visit: https://research.jhu.edu/major-initiatives/catalyst-awards/2018-awardees/

From the Hub: 32 early-career faculty members earn Johns Hopkins Catalyst Awards

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