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behavioral biology
Spiders' web secrets unraveled
Published Nov 2, 2021
Krieger School researchers first to document every step of spider-web building
Hopkins gets first NIH grant in 50 years for psychedelic treatment research
Published Oct 20, 2021
The nearly $4 million NIH grant will fund a multisite study of the effects of "magic mushrooms" and talk therapy on quitting smoking
Vaping liquids, aerosols contain thousands of unknown chemicals
Published Oct 7, 2021
Study identifies compounds undisclosed by popular brands including industrial chemicals, caffeine

News feeds from around Johns Hopkins

Anastasia Pike Opens SAEE 2021 Virtual Conference
Published Nov 23, 2021
Dr. Anastasia Pike (MM ’07, Harp), a former student of the late harpist Jeanne Chalifoux, opened the 2021 Society for Arts Entrepreneurship Education’s virtual conference with “For Good:... / The Peabody Post
Manuel Barrueco Named “Artist of the Month” by Guitar Magazine
Published Nov 22, 2021
Guitar Professor Manuel Barrueco (BM ’75 Guitar) was named Guitar Magazine’s “Artist of the Month” for October 2021. He graces the cover of their October edition, which features an interview with... / The Peabody Post
Distinguished Faculty Denyce Graves to Receive OPERA NEWS 2022 Award
Published Nov 19, 2021
Rosa Ponselle Distinguished Faculty Denyce Graves is one of three international opera stars receiving the OPERA NEWS 2022 award. As described by Opera Wire, Graves is among those who have “collectively... / The Peabody Post
Sean Doyle Premieres Original Music for “already there” at the Kennedy Center
Published Nov 18, 2021
Sean Doyle (DMA ’15, Composition) premiered his original music in an interactive, filmed dance installation titled ‘already there’ by choreographer Britta Joy Peterson. ‘already there’ gathers... / The Peabody Post
Du Yun, Paola Prestini, Caroline Mallonee Selected for New York Philharmonic Project 19
Published Nov 12, 2021
Composition Professor Du Yun, Paola Prestini (’95, Composition), and Preparatory alumna Caroline Mallonee are among the 19 women composers commissioned by the New York Philharmonic for Project 19, a... / The Peabody Post
Gemma New Q&A
Published Nov 10, 2021
Interview by Bret McCabe It took a global pandemic to keep conductor Gemma New (MM ’11, Conducting) in one place for an extended period of time. In the decade since leaving Peabody in 2011, New, the... / The Peabody Post
Marin Alsop Named 2022 Harman/Eisner Artist in Residence at the Aspen Institute
Published Nov 9, 2021
Marin Alsop, Professor and Director of Graduate Conducting, was named the Harman/Eisner “Artist in Residence” at the Aspen Institute, an international non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C.... / The Peabody Post
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Celebrates 10th Annual An Evening with the Stars
Published Nov 9, 2021
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing will celebrate the 10th annual An Evening with the Stars event recognizing Hopkins Nursing excellence on Thursday, Nov. 11, 2021, 6:00pm. / News
Elijah Daniel Smith Premieres “Scions of an Atlas” at MusicNOW Series in Chicago
Published Nov 8, 2021
Elijah Daniel Smith (MM ’20, Music Composition) performed at the world premiere of the 2021/22 CSO MusicNOW series at Orchestra Hall in Chicago, IL on Monday, November 1, 2021. Alongside the likes of... / The Peabody Post
Sarah Hoover Leads Special Session for AfterWards
Published Nov 8, 2021
Sarah Hoover, Associate Dean for Innovation, Interdisciplinary Partnerships & Community Initiatives, and author of the recently published Music as Care: Artistry in the Hospital Environment, led an... / The Peabody Post