Ph.D. candidate Emma Spikol sheds light on the broken narratives of scientific breakthroughs.
Johns Hopkins researchers found that the heel bone looks different in gorillas who walk on land compared with those who live in the trees, establishing a new avenue in evolutionary and behavioral research.
Jun 1, 2021
In what has been a year of increased racist violence against Asian Americans, one way the Hopkins Asian Pacific American Medical Students Association has worked to foster community is by organizing a student healing circle.
May 14, 2021
Luis Monsalve, graduate of the Bloomberg School of Public Health, gives a firsthand look into his experiences working on Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine trial and his new role in vaccine distribution with Jhpiego.
May 10, 2021
Are Ph.D. candidates students or employees? The answer is a little fuzzy, which makes it difficult to find a work-life balance while pursuing your Ph.D. Here are some thoughts on how we can take back some control.
May 6, 2021
After decades of breeding, domesticated dogs represent the most phenotypically diverse species of mammal on Earth. Given this, the question of whether dogs can recognize each other based on sight alone was a complete unknown.
Apr 30, 2021
During the coronavirus pandemic, there has been a staggering increase in hate crimes against the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. Graduate student Stephanie Yang recounts her personal experiences with racism and reflects on the rise in anti-Asian sentiment.
Apr 21, 2021