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Genomics Open House

Genomics Open House

Guests can tour the brand-new laboratory and meet faculty and staff who are trailblazing the field of genomics to improve our understanding and treatment of human disease, both inherited and acquired. WHEN: Wednesday, May 17, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m WHERE: 1812 Ashland Ave., Suite 200 (on the second floor). Refreshments will be served(...)

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Is Equity the Missing Link?

Is Equity the Missing Link?

In a recent Health Affairs Blog "Restoring Equity to the Health Law Debate," Abraham Nussbaum, a psychiatrist at Denver Health, delivers an awakening perspective on a missing component of our critical conversation and public debate on health reform--EQUITY. He delves into a historical account of the Scottish physician, Archie Cochrane whose insights from the famous lecture(...)

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Cardiometabolic Abnormalities Among Normal-Weight Persons From Five Racial/Ethnic Groups in the United States: A Cross-sectional Analysis of Two Cohort Studies

Cardiometabolic Abnormalities Among Normal-Weight Persons From Five Racial/Ethnic Groups in the United States: A Cross-sectional Analysis of Two Cohort Studies

ARTICLE: Cardiometabolic Abnormalities Among Normal-Weight Persons From Five Racial/Ethnic Groups in the United States: A Cross-sectional Analysis of Two Cohort Studies. AUTHORS: Unjali P. Gujral, Eric Vittinghoff, Morgana Mongraw-Chaffin, Dhananjay Vaidya, Namratha R. Kandula, Matthew Allison, Jeffrey Carr, Kiang Liu, K.M. Venkat Narayan, Alka M. Kanaya JOURNAL: Ann Intern Med. 2017 May 2;166(9):628-636. doi: 10.7326/M16-1895. Epub(...)

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Patient-Provider Collaboration Conference: Making Patient-Centered Care a Reality

Patient-Provider Collaboration Conference: Making Patient-Centered Care a Reality

We are excited to invite you to join us and other leaders for the second annual conference titled “Making Patient-Centered Care a Reality” on June 23 from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. in the Turner Auditorium. As the health care system changes and patients are required to take a more active role in their care, we have a need(...)

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Call for Sanofi Innovation Award Pre-Proposals

Call for Sanofi Innovation Award Pre-Proposals

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and nine other major peer institutions (The University of Pennsylvania, Cornell University, Columbia University, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, the University of Texas System, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Boston Children’s Hospital and The Regents of the University of California, on behalf of its San Francisco campus) have entered(...)

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John G. Bartlett Specialty Practice Now Open

John G. Bartlett Specialty Practice Now Open

Monday, May 8 marks the opening of the John G. Bartlett Specialty Practice honoring the former director of the Division of Infectious Diseases who spent more than 25 years leading efforts to improve and develop treatments for patients with infectious diseases including HIV/AIDS. The dedication event and ribbon cutting ceremony took place on Monday, May 1 with over(...)

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Siliciano Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Siliciano Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Robert Silciano, professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, is one of 84 new members elected to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) in recognition of his “distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.” The NAS was established in 1863 by President Abraham Lincoln and provides policy advice to the U.S. government. For a full list of the(...)

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10th Annual Women’s Health Research Symposium

10th Annual Women’s Health Research Symposium

The Johns Hopkins Women’s Health Research Group will host the Women’s Health Research Symposium on Tuesday, May 9 to showcase research collaborations across Johns Hopkins’ schools of medicine, public health and nursing. This year’s symposium will mark the group’s official transition to becoming the Johns Hopkins Center for Women’s Health, Sex and Gender Research, whose(...)

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Intestinal Stem Cell Growth Encouraged by Single Gene

Intestinal Stem Cell Growth Encouraged by Single Gene

A research group led by Linda Resar, professor in the Division of Hematology, recently discovered a gene protein called HMGA1 that is critically important for maintaining stem cells in the gut. Watch the video below or see the public release to find out more. For the full article published in Nature Communications, visit: http://rdcu.be/rFKh

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Entrepreneurial Mentorship Program

Entrepreneurial Mentorship Program

Please join us on May 10 for the Hopkins Biotech Network’s Entrepreneurial Mentorship Program Showcase! Event highlights include a panel discussion with entrepreneurial mentors and industry leaders, success stories from current participants in the program and opportunities to connect with fellow entrepreneurs. Hear from peers who have successfully mapped their journey in entrepreneurship and discover new(...)

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