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MaxBio Scientific Joins JHU Community

CATEGORY: Tenant News

For Charles Li, locating his office at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus is like coming home.

High School Summer Course: Medicine, Sports and Culture

CATEGORY: Academics, K-12 Outreach

High school students interested in the intersection of medicine, sports and culture can take a summer course at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus to explore this topic in depth.

Zuri Obado Joins JHU as Health Science Intensive Academic Adviser

CATEGORY: Academics

Zuri Obado is the new academic adviser for the Health Science Intensive program, often referred to as HSI.

Spring Means Plenty of Events at JHU Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: In The Community

Spring is a busy time for outdoor events at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus. We hope to see you at these upcoming events.

Photographic Explorations

CATEGORY: The Arts, K-12 Outreach

MCPS students win awards for their photography in an exhibit organized by Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus.

NCI to Build New Research Lab on JHU Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: Construction on Campus, Research

The National Cancer Institute has picked the Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Campus as the site for a new laboratory building for its epidemiology and genetics researchers.

Bloomberg Public Health Professor Talks to Oasis Students about Gun Violence

CATEGORY: Academics, Research

JHU Bloomberg School of Public Health professor talks to Oasis participants about gun violence in America.

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.

Unearthing History with Sarah Anzick

CATEGORY: Academics

Sarah Anzick, a researcher for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases – and a former JHU Biotechnology instructor, will be the keynote speaker at this year's research symposium. A truly remarkable discovery was found on her family’s property in Montana in 1968: ancient human remains, later found to be thousands of years old.

High School Summer Course: Applications of Precision Medicine in Public Health

CATEGORY: Academics, K-12 Outreach

High school students this summer can learn about one of the hottest and perhaps most transformative approaches in modern medicine: precision health.

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