As I enter the last few weeks of my graduate career, job hunting has become a major aspect of my daily life. The endless job… Read More »Career Fair Offers a Variety of Job Opportunities for Hopkins Students
Rebecca Tweedell is a fifth-year Ph.D. student in the Cellular and Molecular Medicine program with a strong passion for infectious disease research. In addition to loving anything and everything nerdy and generally uncool, she is an avid runner, rower and random sport participant. Her dream job is to be a Disney princess, singing and performing by day, while writing scientific manuscripts by night.
When we think about the great research and scientific breakthroughs that come out of Johns Hopkins, we often focus on the principal investigators and members… Read More »The Unsung Heroes of Johns Hopkins Core Facilities
Have you ever been working in the lab and developed a technique or an assay that you think could be marketable? Would you know what… Read More »Bridging Basic Research and Commercialization: Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures Forges the Path
Imagine going to the doctor to be tested for HIV in sub-Saharan Africa. You will likely have to travel a long distance to get to… Read More »Mobile Phones Can Make the Difference for Infectious Disease Management