Seeking participants age 50-80 for brain imaging study
Neurologically healthy individuals needed for language research study. Earn $50 for a one-hour MRI brain scan at Kennedy Krieger Institute
Healthy volunteers needed for paid cannabis and alcohol research
Healthy adults age 21–55 are needed to take part in a Johns Hopkins research study
Free at-home COVID-19 tests
Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order a third round of free at-home tests at
MySupport presents Stress: Do this, not that
How many of your everyday activities increase your stress? Join this webinar, from 3 to 4 pm on Thursday, May 26, to find out — and to learn ways to change those stress-inducing behaviors.
Freshman Quad Annex deconstruction
The temporary structure on the Freshman Quad, called the Freshman Quad Annex, is scheduled to be removed, starting this week
Earn up to $100 participating in virtual reality research
The Johns Hopkins Center for OCD, Anxiety, and Related Disorders in Children, or COACH, is conducting a research study to determine whether healthy individuals learn and get rid of fear differently than do individuals who suffer from anorexia nervosa
Tuition Grant Plan review for full-time faculty, staff, and bargaining unit employees
Join the Office of Benefits & Worklife for an overview of this plan from noon to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, May 24, via Zoom. The webinar will be of interest to those newly eligible for this benefit as well as current participants who want a refresher.
Life Design Lab Grad Camp 2022: Registration is open
Are you considering graduate school but have no idea where to start? Are you already set to attend graduate school but want to know more about what to expect? Attend Grad Camp! The Life Design Lab wants to prepare you, May 23–26
Healthy volunteers needed for research study
Earn up to $18/hour playing computer games. The laboratory of Dr. Haith is seeking healthy volunteers age 18 to 40 for a study of motor learning.
Registration open for workshop on large-scale scientific imaging
Inaugural event to launch the Scientific Software Engineering Center at JHU, with presentations from a range of disciplines on the explosion of data due to the advancement of imaging technologies and the consequences for the AI revolution in science