Spring 2018 Professional Development Program Modules
The seven-week PDP modules are open to all Hopkins graduate students and postdoctoral fellows; no additional tuition charged for students in full-time JHU programs
IDIES Seed Funding Program: Proposals due Jan. 31
The goal of this initiative is to provide seed funding for data-intensive computing projects around JHU
Hop Art: Spring semester
Faculty and Homewood undergraduate students are invited to sign up for a possible free ticket to a Baltimore cultural event
MoTrack Therapy is recruiting new members
Are you interested in developing novel mobile applications, business and investment, or simply gaining experience in a supportive, fast-paced entrepreneurial environment? If so, read more to find out about joining MoTrack Therapy
Out of the Blocks
Sharing B'More stories: Out of the Blocks visits JHU
The DMC is excited to host a lecture and Q&A from Aaron Heinkin and Wendel Patrick from the Out of the Blocks podcast. This event is free and open to the public.
Registration open for Chicago Parent Program workshop at the School of Nursing
The workshop, designed for physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals working with parents of young children ages 2-5, is scheduled for March 5-6, 2018
Bipolar disorder research study seeks participants
Over a two-week period, participants will make two study visits consisting of a blood draw, a urine toxicology screen, psychiatric evaluations, questionnaires, and an MRI
Next Johns Hopkins at Eastern Toastmasters meeting: Jan. 17
JH faculty/staff are invited to join the club to strengthen public speaking skills in a supportive setting
Do girls and boys differ before birth? Seeking pregnant women for a study
Pregnant women who plan to deliver at Johns Hopkins Hospital are needed for a research study from late pregnancy until the baby is 6 months old
Traffic and parking changes relating to Martin Luther King Day parade
There will be driving and parking restrictions along and near Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard on Monday, Jan. 15, in association with the city's parade marking the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday