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Curious about graduate school? Below are recent posts from our students sharing advice, accomplishments and the latest goings-on in the Johns Hopkins University School of… Read More »Student Perspectives: All About Grad School
Many people are not familiar with a rare disease called inclusion body myositis (IBM). Most have never heard of it. On Jan. 22, 2019, Harry… Read More »Partnering Toward Discovery: A Focus on Inclusion Body Myositis
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Two years into graduate school at Johns Hopkins, it’s still hard to believe that I’m here. After a year of undergraduate research at the University… Read More »Quick Tips for Applying to Graduate School