The Baltimore Baroque Band, Peabody's baroque orchestra, will present its free annual "Concerto Extravaganza" at the Centre Street Performance Studio. Alan Choo, violin; Patrick Merrill, harpsichord; and Niccolo Seligmann, viola da gamba, will perform works of Vivaldi, Bach, and anonymous.
Speaker James M. Gallo, a professor in the Department of Pharmacology and Systems Therapeutics at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, presents "Bridging Preclinical and Clinical Pharmacokinetics/Pharmacodynamics of Anticancer Drugs with Systems Pharmacology"
Funded by a Diversity Innovation Grant (DIG) of the Diversity Leadership Council (DLC), TILE was created to spark conversation and share best practices for fostering diversity and inclusion in Johns Hopkins classroom
The session will cover spreadsheet practices that can a increase the possibility research data contained in spreadsheets can be re-used by others in the future and help to reduce the chance of error when using spreadsheets for data acquisition
Stavros Lomvardas, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics, Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain and Behavior Institute, Columbia University, will present "Understanding Olfactory Receptor Gene Choice."
Peabody faculty artist Violaine Melançon, violin, will perform a recital of works by Brett Dean, Salvatore Sciarrino, Wayne Peterson, Elliott Carter, J.S. Bach, and Charles Ives with pianist Joseph Liccardo
The Peabody Youth Orchestra, conducted by Harlan D. Parker, will perform works by Strauss, Respighi, and Saint-Saëns in a free concert. Pianist Stephanie Draughon, the winner of the Preparatory Concerto Competition, will be the soloist on Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major, Op. 15.
Patients, families, and community members will get a chance to meet healthcare providers working to improve health through research and to honor research participants and community partners making a difference
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