Tired of watching TV but don’t know what to read? Graduate students at the Johns Hopkins Department of the History of Medicine recommend some great titles on the history of public health and infectious disease to get your reading list started.
I am an anxiety baker. Needless to say, isolation in a tiny house with two cats and an unremitting to-do list is an endless well of anxiety. Over the last month, my kitchen has produced banana bread, dumplings, scones, biscuits, cinnamon rolls, calzones, quiche, multiple pies and an endless parade of cookies (links for the […]
Apr 29, 2020 2 comments
Partnering Toward Discovery went online for its April event on seasonal influenza and COVID-19, creating a space for students to share their research on influenza and for audience members to ask questions related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Apr 27, 2020 No comments
Medical student Maria Fazal discusses ways for learners at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to help others during this time of need.
Apr 23, 2020 1 comment
Challenges are inevitable, particularly for those working in STEM fields. Ph.D. candidate Roshan Chikarmane shares a story that demonstrates how to recognize strategic inflection points and emerge more resilient than before.
Apr 21, 2020 No comments
When Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine students heard their clerkships were cancelled due to COVID-19, they sprang into action, creating a way to help from home. CovidUp2Date, a social media campaign, confronts COVID-19 rumors with facts by providing daily updates about the pandemic from reputable sources.
Apr 17, 2020 13 comments