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Medical Student Research Symposium Seeking Judges

Medical Student Research Symposium Seeking Judges

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The student organizing committee for the Medical Student Research Symposium would like to invite faculty members to act as judges for the 9th annual event on Friday, February 10, 2017 in the Armstrong Medical Education Building. The turnout from medical students remains amazing, with around 10 podium presentations, 40 oral presentations and 90 poster presentations last year. As we attempt to provide all(...)

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Hopkins Start-up “Quickfires” to Find Solutions for  Metabolic Diseases

Hopkins Start-up “Quickfires” to Find Solutions for Metabolic Diseases

Posted by  | Education, Research, Vice Chair Contributors

Look around Hopkins and you see a culture that has been shaped by the giants in medicine and science. Portraits decorate our walls, and clinical teams, buildings and events are named after famous physicians and scientists. Perhaps less visible is the impact of the teams and processes that enable discoveries to become implementable improvements- drugs,(...)

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Mentee-Mentor Awards

Mentee-Mentor Awards

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The Mentee-Mentor Awards from the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs recognize Johns Hopkins School of Medicine postdoctoral fellows and their mentors for outstanding contributions to science and for exemplifying an exceptional mentor-mentee relationship. Two awards of $5,000 will be made for the following categories (one award for each): basic science research and clinical research. The award could be(...)

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Summer Training for Underrepresented Junior Faculty

Summer Training for Underrepresented Junior Faculty

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  The PRIDE Summer Institute Programs to Increase Diversity Among Individuals Engaged in Health-Related Research are now accepting applications. Space is limited for the 2017 mentored summer training programs so apply early! Who: Eligible applicants are junior-level faculty or scientists with a background that is under-represented in the biomedical or health sciences, and are United(...)

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Gebo Invited to the White House for STEM Conference

Gebo Invited to the White House for STEM Conference

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Kelly Gebo, professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, recently attended the Inclusive STEM Education for Youth of Color conference hosted by the White House Council on Women and Girls, My Brother's Keeper Initiative and the Office of Science and Technology Policy in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Math and Science(...)

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Damico and Sidhaye Named Associate Directors of Physician Scientist Pathway

Damico and Sidhaye Named Associate Directors of Physician Scientist Pathway

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We are excited to announce that Drs. Rachel Damico and Ramana Sidhaye have been named associate directors of the Physician Scientist Pathway (PSP). The Osler Program launched the PSP this year to recruit, develop and retain aspiring physician scientists at Johns Hopkins. Both Drs. Damico and Sidhaye bring unique leadership, insight and expertise to this(...)

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Medical Student Training in Aging Research Program

Medical Student Training in Aging Research Program

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Applications are now being accepted for the 2017 Medical Student Training in Aging Research (MSTAR) Program at Johns Hopkins. The deadline for applications is January 27, 2017. To review the guidelines and download the application, visit:  www.afar.org/research/funding/mstar/ There are 18 slots available at the Hopkins National Training Center. To be eligible, you must be an(...)

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