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Trump's proposed budget cuts imperil 'health of the nation,' Johns Hopkins president says

CATEGORY: Academics, Research

Federal budget cuts proposed by the Trump administration would threaten critical biomedical research at Johns Hopkins and at research institutions across the country, limit access to higher education, and ultimately put at risk "the long-term health of the nation," Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels said in a statement.

Hopkins Researchers Explore Super-Resolution Microscopy

CATEGORY: Academics, Research, Tenant News

Two Johns Hopkins University researchers have published a new article in Nature Photonics, a premier optics and physics journal produced by Nature Publishing Group.

Malaria Research Institute to Hold Conference at Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: Academics, Research

The Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute Future of Malaria Research Symposium focuses on presentations by young scientists and emerging leaders in all areas of malaria research. Hopkins Happenings asked two of the students involved in the symposium to discuss malaria.

Biotechnology Students Highlight Research at Annual Symposium

CATEGORY: Academics, Research

The research symposium is an opportunity for students in the Center for Biotechnology Education to showcase their work.

Propagenix Joins JHU Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: Research

A new company on campus is using cutting-edge technology in an attempt to help burn victims, diabetics, patients with airway injuries and respiratory diseases and other ailments.

Johns Hopkins, MedImmune launch joint training program for PhD students

CATEGORY: Academics, Research, In The Community

Johns Hopkins University and MedImmune, the global biologics research and development arm of AstraZeneca, today announced a first-of-its-kind PhD training program between a major university and a biopharmaceutical company in the United States.

Trujillo Focuses on Alzheimer's Disease Treatment with TruCytonics

CATEGORY: Research, Tenant News

Can Alzheimer’s disease be treated – or even cured – with the use of radio frequency radiations? That is the question Dr. Roberto Trujillo seeks to answer with his new company, TruCytonics.

Osher Teams Up With Hopkins Medicine on Lecture Series

CATEGORY: Academics, Research, In The Community

Prostate cancer, Parkinson’s disease, stroke research and dementia will be the topics explored in an upcoming Osher course taught by leading experts in their fields: physicians from Johns Hopkins Medicine, including Suburban Hospital, and the National Institutes of Health.

Dr. Israel Gannot Among Recipients of Practical Ethics Funding

CATEGORY: Academics, Research, Tenant News

Dr. Israel Gannot, associate research professor of electrical and computer engineering, is among the first funding recipients of the Johns Hopkins University Exploration of Practical Ethics program. Gannot is also chief executive of Opticul Diagnostics, a medical diagnostic device company that has been located at the JHU Montgomery County Campus.

Johns Hopkins Leads U.S. in Research Spending for 36th Year in a Row

CATEGORY: Academics, Research

Johns Hopkins University led U.S. higher education in research and development for the 36th straight year, spending a record $2.242 billion in fiscal 2014 to expand scientific knowledge, find cures for disease, promote health, and advance technology.

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