Research

5 From the DOM Among Most Cited Researchers

5 From the DOM Among Most Cited Researchers

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Five Department of Medicine faculty members have been named Highly Cited Researchers 2017 by Clarivate Analytics, which was previously part of Thomson Reuters, which identifies the world’s most influential contemporary researchers across 21 scientific fields. Over three thousand researchers earned the distinction by writing the greatest numbers of reports officially designated by Essential Science Indicators (ESI) as Highly Cited(...)

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Johns Hopkins Research Symposium on Engineering in Healthcare

Johns Hopkins Research Symposium on Engineering in Healthcare

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This year’s Annual Johns Hopkins Research Symposium on Engineering in Healthcare will be held on Monday, November 20 from 8:30 a.m.to 5:30 p.m. in the Chevy Chase Auditorium, Sheikh Zayed Tower, JHU East Baltimore campus and is co-hosted by the Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare and the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality. The symposium’s focus is(...)

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CRISP Database Information Session

CRISP Database Information Session

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We are very fortunate in Maryland to have access to a database that allows us to easily look up if a consented research participant has been seen in an emergency room or been hospitalized anywhere in Maryland and in some surrounding areas. The Chesapeake Regional Information System for our Patients (CRISP) database is a unique(...)

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DOM Geriatrics Makes Strides in Treating Chronic Wounds

DOM Geriatrics Makes Strides in Treating Chronic Wounds

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Peter Abadir (pictured), Mahya Faghih, Diep Vuong, Neal Fedarko and Jeremy Walston (pictured) recently published a paper in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology detailing preclinical studies in diabetic mouse models and diabetic aging pig models that demonstrate significantly accelerated healing in chronic wounds treated with reformulated gel made from blood pressure pills. In the pig studies, all 5 cm(...)

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Take Your Research Further with BEAD

Take Your Research Further with BEAD

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As part of research initiatives supported by DOM, the Vice Chairs for Research are pleased to announce that direct, research consultative services are now available to faculty. The Biostatistics Epidemiology and Data Management (BEAD) Core is offering up to 20 hours of free research consultative services to faculty of the DOM. BEAD aims to provide(...)

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NIH Loan Repayment Programs

NIH Loan Repayment Programs

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Approximately 1,500 researchers benefit from the more than $68 million the NIH invests each year. Participants in the NIH Loan Repayment Programs (LRPs) receive up to $70,000 of qualified educational debt repayment with a two-year contract. Get Ready for the New Application Cycle! Obtain your NIH Commons ID and make sure your password is up(...)

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Siliciano Receives Grant Renewal

Siliciano Receives Grant Renewal

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Robert Siliciano, professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, recently received seven more years of funding from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) to continue his work studying the latent reservoir for HIV. Robert and his lab have been studying this topic for over 20 years with grants from HHMI, the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the Bill(...)

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The DOM Wiki Has Launched!

The DOM Wiki Has Launched!

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The DOM Wiki has launched to provide a convenient, accessible forum for faculty to share available resources related to research, clinical, education, data integrity and information technology. It is an intranet only resource accessible only with JHED authentication on the secure Hopkins network (or remotely by VPN connection). Our vice chairs have already been busy adding(...)

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Biomedical and Scientific Writing: A Course for Junior Faculty

Biomedical and Scientific Writing: A Course for Junior Faculty

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The Office of Faculty Development is accepting applications for “Biomedical and Scientific Writing: A Course for Junior Faculty.” Excellent publications are key for junior faculty, providing the foundation for competitive funding proposals and enhancing promotion opportunities. However, writing is sometimes hard and many struggle with scholarship. To address this need, this course is designed to(...)

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