Faculty/Staff Announcements

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
Seeking volunteer native English speakers for behavioral study
Researchers are recruiting healthy native English speakers for a paid 1.5-hour study at Homewood.
Healthy volunteers needed for nicotine and cannabis research
Healthy volunteers age 21–55 are needed to take part in a research study at Johns Hopkins
Cigarette smokers needed for research study
Do you smoke tobacco cigarettes regularly? Healthy volunteers needed.
BRAINY: Brain Recovery After INjury in Youth now online
This research study investigates brain recovery after concussion in relation to motor performance and brain connectivity; participants must be between 10 and 17 years old if they have had a recent concussion or between 15 and 17 if they have never had a concussion
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.
University Parkway detour for Commencement activities and ADA parking
Eastbound University Parkway, from San Martin Drive to Canterbury Road, will be closed to through traffic beginning at 5 a.m. on Thursday, May 19, until JHU Commencement ceremonies are complete on either May 22 or 23. A short detour will be in effect.
Roadmap to Healing: Visual Journaling for a Better Mental Health
Join Rachel Liccardo, LCSW-C and mySupport clinician, from noon to 1 p.m. on Friday, May 20, for a visual journaling exercise to learn new ways to reduce stress
Ask The Expert: Ouch, my feet hurt!
Join a 30-minute Ask the Expert session, starting at noon on May 19, with Amiethab Aiyer, associate professor, and get all your questions answered about common foot aches, pains, and problems