Study seeks healthy controls for a brain imaging study
Healthy volunteers age 18-100 are needed for a research study consisting of an MRI scan and memory testing
Individuals without hair on their head needed for skin research study
Individuals without hair on their head (such as male pattern baldness) and with normal, healthy skin are needed to donate skin samples as part of research in the Department of Dermatology
Paid clinical opportunity for students
The Department of Dermatology is seeking motivated students for a paid clinical opportunity that requires access to your own form of transportation, such as a car
Patients with major depressive disorder are needed for a brain imaging research study
Researchers need people between ages 18 and 70 who are depressed to volunteer for a research study at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Md.
Join the Freezer Challenge!
Sign up for the annual Freezer Challenge, a competition to help labs lower their carbon footprint and challenge their current cold storage practices. The top JHU winners will be awarded a cash prize.
Health care professionals: Take our anonymous online survey on medical use of psychedelics
In this anonymous online survey, researchers at Johns Hopkins are interested in learning more about health care professionals' knowledge and attitudes about hallucinogens that are being used medically or considered for medical use
MySupport presents: Becoming aware of your emotional intelligence
This session of the Coping & Thriving webinar series focuses on how to be aware of your emotions and how to manage them; 3 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 27
Applications now available for the Johns Hopkins Neighborhood Fund
The application for the grant will remain live until March 16
Participants needed for online study on women's health and safety
Help contribute toward an initiative to better immigrant women's health and safety; if you become eligible and complete the baseline survey, you will receive a $40 gift card
Call for participants for robot programming research study
This Intuitive Computing Laboratory interaction study involves two 1-hour sessions on consecutive days that will take place at Malone Hall (Homewood campus); participants will receive $30