Faculty/Staff Announcements

Healthy volunteers needed for research on nicotine pouches
Researchers are seeking healthy adults at least 21 years old who currently smoke cigarettes and are not seeking treatment to quit smoking
Homewood IRB weekly open office hours
Student, faculty, and staff researchers are encouraged to meet with Homewood IRB staff; open office hours are weekly on Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Zoom
Seeking departments or centers that host outreach programs for students from Baltimore City Public Schools
WSE Center for Educational Outreach is compiling information on volunteer- or staff-led Homewood campus–based programs that serve students from Baltimore City Public Schools
Feedback needed to design JHU Accessibility App
The university is working to create a mobile wayfinding app intended to help users navigate the Homewood campus by identifying ADA accessible pathways and building entrances. Input is requested by Sept. 21.
Call for applications: 2024-25 Provost's Postdoctoral Fellowship
The Provost's Postdoctoral Fellowship program is accepting applications now through Oct. 13
Participants wanted to complete retinal OCT scan delineations
Seeking adults (18 years and up) willing to dedicate approximately 10 hours to delineating a series of retinal image scans; compensation $100
Register for the 20th annual Diversity and Inclusion Conference
Conference workshops will focus on strategies and approaches to sustain and advance diversity, equity, and inclusion work in adverse or uncertain circumstances
Live Near Your Work: What Are the Rules and How to Apply
Considering buying a home in Baltimore City? Join program specialist Jeremy Hornberger at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 27, to learn the ins and outs of the Live Near Your Work grant available for specific Baltimore City neighborhoods
Call for participants age 65 or older for in-home robot programming study
Researchers from the Intuitive Computing Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University are looking for individuals 65 and above, inclusive, with no physical or cognitive impediments
Do you have chronic sinusitis?
This research is being done to examine how well an investigational antibody drug called dupilumab works to reduce a certain type of chronic sinus inflammation