Using human retinas grown in a petri dish, researchers have discovered how an offshoot of vitamin A generates the specialized cells that enable people to see millions of colors, an […]
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Tabea Moll, a graduate student in the Farber lab, received the Young Investigator Award for Best Oral Presentation at the European Lipoprotein Club meeting 2023 in Tutzing Germany.
The chromosome associated with male development, which is the last mysterious piece of the human genome, has been fully sequenced by a team of more than 100 researchers around the […]
Andrew Bortvin is PhD student from the CMDB program in Rajiv McCoy’s lab. Andrew has recently co-taught the intersession course – Modeling Biological Populations. Describe your primary research or scholarship, […]
Ten Johns Hopkins University researchers are among 508 distinguished scholars elected to the newest class of fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, or AAAS, the world’s largest general scientific […]
The scholarship, provided by the British Government, will support 2022 graduate Nathan Mudrak as he pursues a doctoral degree at the University of Oxford. Mudrak, who graduated from Johns Hopkins […]
The membership recognizes those who have made outstanding inventions that have made a "tangible impact on the quality of life, economic development, and the welfare of society," Huang, McElroy Honorary Research Professor, is a leader in the fields of biochemistry and molecular biology and a longtime member of the Johns Hopkins faculty.
Johns Hopkins University undergraduate students who missed in-person lab work during the COVID-19 pandemic have created an augmented reality phone app to bring the laboratory to their smartphones.
Joan Miller and Cindy Holstein each came to JHU as a young adult and since 1979 have been colleagues in the Biology Department.
The department is deeply saddened to share the news of Lenny Brand’s recent passing. He died on January 5, 2021, just after his 90th birthday. Dr. Brand, a pioneering scientist […]