Dr. Solomon H. Snyder, Distinguished Service Professor of Neuroscience, Pharmacology, and Psychiatry at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine will present the keynote address, "Where and When Do Science and Art Intersect?"
Ethics of Human Subject Research: US and International Perspectives is a week long course that provides an engaging, non-degree learning opportunity open to anyone interested in exploring bioethics in an interactive short-course format.
Jeffrey E. Pessin, Ph.D., Judy R. & Alfred A Rosenberg Professorial Chair in Diabetes Research, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, presents "Unexpected crosstalk between a metabolic regulator and inflammatory NF-kB signaling"
The Bloomberg School's Scott Kahan joins us to discuss his new JHU Press textbook on the topic and to consider the potential of "health behavior change" to address risks associated with substance abuse, eating behaviors, violence, workplace injury, and other common health threats
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