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Brain sciences
Study aims to unlock secrets of animal time perception
Published April 25, 2022
Neuroscientist Cynthia Moss and colleagues from around the world will design experiments to test animal cognition
Large-scale bovine vaccine study reveals the role of genetics in immune response
Published April 22, 2022
In largest personalized immunogenetics study to date, computer scientist Yana Safonova discovers the DNA sequences that control vaccine response in cows, opening the door for further immunogenetics research in humans
Mediterranean diet reduces preeclampsia risk, study shows
Published April 21, 2022
Study of more than 8,000 women showed eating a diet of vegetables, fruits, fish, nuts, olive oil, and whole grains while pregnant lowered risk of the blood pressure disorder by at least 20%
On tap: Less invasive, more precise surgery, performed by a magnetic needle
Published April 22, 2022
Hopkins-led team equips untethered mini-device with ability to tap through tissue using magnetic force
Public health
Food insecurity doubled likelihood of missing medical care during first year of pandemic in U.S.
Published April 15, 2022
Survey conducted in December 2020 also found minorities and low-income individuals were at elevated risk of food insecurity
Cell biology
Researchers discover yeast self-destruct pathway
Published April 14, 2022
Finding adds to evidence that unicellular organisms have "regulated cell-death" processes like those found in animals; discovery could one day lead to new antifungal drugs

News feeds from around Johns Hopkins

Gemma New and Jonathan Rush Recognized with Johns Hopkins Alumni Association Awards
Published May 16, 2022
Gemma New (MM ’11, Conducting) and Jonathan Rush (MM ’19, Conducting) have been selected as Johns Hopkins Alumni Association Award recipients. New has received the Distinguished Alumna Award for professional... / The Peabody Post
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s Cynda Rushton Receives AACN Award for Distinguished Career
Published May 16, 2022
Professor and Endowed Chair Cynda Rushton has been selected to receive the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) Marguerite Rodgers Kinney Award for a Distinguished Career. / News
Holly Nelson Awarded Presser Foundation 2021-2022 Graduate Music Award
Published May 14, 2022
Holly Nelson, a second-year DMA student of Vadim Gluzman, was awarded the Presser Foundation’s 2021-22 Graduate Music Award. The Presser Award program is designed to encourage and support in a special... / The Peabody Post
Peter Dayton and Katie Procell Release “Stories Out of Cherry Stems” Vocal Album
Published May 13, 2022
Peter Dayton (MM ‘16, Composition) will release his new album Stories Out of Cherry Stems featuring vocal work by Katie Procell (MM ‘18, Voice). Stories is an album of original vocal chamber music... / The Peabody Post
Rachel Blaustein and Alexandra Razskazoff Advance to Finals in Laffont Competition
Published May 11, 2022
Rachel Blaustein (MM ’15, Voice) and Alexandra Razskazoff (BM ‘14, Voice) advanced to grand finals of the Metropolitan Opera’s Laffont Competition. On Sunday, May 1, they performed with the Metropolitan... / The Peabody Post
Peabody Tuned-In Alumni to Present at 2022 El Sistema USA Virtual Conference
Published May 10, 2022
Current Peabody students and Peabody Tuned-In alumni presented at the El Sistema USA Virtual Conference from April 28-30, 2022. Current students Marcus Gee, Sheila Esquivel, Bobby Bush, Angela Ramirez... / The Peabody Post
Katherine Ornstein Appointed As Director of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Center for Equity in Aging
Published May 9, 2022
Katherine Ornstein, PHD, MPH, will join the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) as Director of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s newly renamed Center for Equity in Aging. / News
Sean Jones Presents Jazz Education Program with Herbie Hancock Institute
Published May 4, 2022
Sean Jones presented a peer-to-peer jazz educational performance hosted by the U.S. Department of Education and the Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz. Jones performed and educated alongside three other... / The Peabody Post
Eric Carey Places Second at Oratorio Society 45th Annual Voice Competition
Published May 3, 2022
Eric Carey (BM ’15, Voice) placed second at Oratorio Society of New York’s 45th Annual Lyndon Woodside Oratorio-Solo Competition Finals. The competition was held on Saturday, April 9, 2022 at 1:30pm... / The Peabody Post
Preparatory Student Wins Second Place at 2022 Youth Instrumental Music Competition
Published May 2, 2022
Alicia Ward’s Preparatory cello student, Elena Shih, won second place in the 2022 Youth Instrumental Music Competition presented by the Lancaster Women’s Symphony Association performing the Rococo... / The Peabody Post