Research

DOM Research Retreat Will Take Place on March 16

DOM Research Retreat Will Take Place on March 16

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The 2018 DOM Research Retreat will be held as a joint retreat with the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering. This full-day event will take place on Friday, March 16, 2018 on the medical school campus and will include awards for the best posters, the Levine and Brancati Mentoring Awards and basic and clinical research(...)

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Young Investigators’ Day Call for Abstracts

Young Investigators’ Day Call for Abstracts

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Young Investigators’ Day was established in 1978 to recognize young investigators who are training at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and to provide them with a forum for presentation of their work. The awards recognize research undertaken by applicants while registered as students or postdoctoral fellows at the Johns Hopkins University School of(...)

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Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund Awards

Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund Awards

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This year, the Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund will disburse $8.2 million in grants and loans to promote state-funded stem cell research and cures. The MSCRF supports technologies at all stages of development from discovery to commercialization. To be considered, researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs must submit applications by Thursday, Jan. 18. Here are programs currently(...)

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Chelko, Mesubi and Patil Receive Cardiology Awards

Chelko, Mesubi and Patil Receive Cardiology Awards

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The 2017 Mid-Atlantic Capital Cardiology Symposium (MACCS): Controversies & Challenges in Cardiology took place in November with a great turn out of DOM award winners: Stephen Chelko, research associate in the Division of Cardiology, won the Capital Young Investigator Award for Basic/Preclinical Olurotimi Mesubi, fellow in Cardiology, won a Best Poster Award from the MACCS as well as the(...)

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Research Integrity Colloquium

Research Integrity Colloquium

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The event, entitled The Responsible Management of Data for the Basic Sciences, will feature presentations by Randy Reed, PhD, assistant dean for research, co-director of the Center for Sensory Biology and professor of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Neuroscience and Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery; and Anne Seymour, MS, director of the William H. Welch(...)

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Spotlight on Research: The Center for Epigenetics

Spotlight on Research: The Center for Epigenetics

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Andrew Feinberg, professor and director of Molecular Medicine, has published two papers in Nature Genetics this year that address the role of stochasticity, or controlled randomness, in cancer and in development generally. It's a new area pioneered by Dr. Feinberg and his colleagues in the Whiting School of Engineering. In one paper, they show that pancreatic cancer metastasis(...)

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Clinical Research Achievement Awards

Clinical Research Achievement Awards

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The Clinical Research Forum’s Top Ten Clinical Research Achievement Awards honor outstanding accomplishments in clinical research. This annual national competition seeks to identify major advances resulting from the nation’s investment in research to benefit the health and welfare of its citizens. Winners are recognized at the Clinical Research Forum Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. Selection(...)

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Introducing the C-CORE (Collaboration Center of Research Excellence) Initiative

Introducing the C-CORE (Collaboration Center of Research Excellence) Initiative

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Faculty from all ranks and across the entire spectrum of basic, clinical and population research face substantial barriers to implementing their research ideas. From trying to calculate sample size for a grant application to conceptualizing the design and implementation of clinical research, faculty could benefit from access to best practices, research methods expertise and interested(...)

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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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