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News: February 2016

Biotechnology Instructors Teach Osher Students about Personalized Medicine

The six-week course will introduce students to genetics, molecular biology, cancer genomics, and legal, ethical and regulatory issues associated with personalized medicine.

Adventures in Science Students Win Top Accolades

CATEGORY: K-12 Outreach, In The Community

Six students in the Adventures in Science program, which meets at Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus, won a national app competition.

An Artful Evening

CATEGORY: The Arts, K-12 Outreach

To embrace STEAM education, Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus holds an art show featuring works of MCPS students.

The Perfect Workout Joins JHU Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: Tenant News

The Perfect Workout provides one-on-one personal training in short but intense 20-minute sessions. A location has opened at the JHU Montgomery County Campus.

Infectious Disease Class Zeroes in on Zika

CATEGORY: Academics

When West Africa experienced an Ebola outbreak in 2014, Dr. Kris Obom’s students learned about the virus and its pathogenesis. Now with the Zika virus considered a public health emergency by the World Health Organization, Obom’s students are studying the disease in depth.

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.