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  • Professor at the Center for the Social Organization of Schools
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Faculty Honors
Lauren Gardner wins top biomedical research prize
Published Sept 28, 2022
Gardner, creator of the COVID-19 dashboard that became the world's most trusted source for reliable, real-time data about the COVID pandemic, wins the 2022 Lasker-Bloomberg Public Service Award
Hopkins, Howard partner to develop tech for neuro disorders
Published Sept 27, 2022
Both universities are partnering to create solutions for neurological conditions.
Planetary defense
Bull's-eye! NASA's DART spacecraft slams into asteroid
Published Sept 26, 2022
Collision with asteroid Dimorphos demonstrates a mitigation technique that could be used in the future to deflect asteroids that pose a threat to Earth
K-12 education
When school feels 'like prison,' test scores, college attendance drop
Published Sept 21, 2022
Students at high schools with prominent security measures have lower math scores, are less likely to attend college and are suspended more compared to students in schools with less surveillance, finds a new Johns Hopkins University study.
Exercise hormone halts Parkinson's disease symptoms in mouse study
Published Sept 13, 2022
A new study could pave the way for the creation of a therapy used to treat Parkinson's disease and other neurodegenerative disorders
Collegiate Inventors Competition
Hopkins team among finalists
Published Sept 13, 2022 Video
The team developed a simpler and more comfortable brace to treat kids born with clubfoot
The best way to take a pill, according to science
Published Aug 16, 2022
Researchers examining the mechanics of drug dissolution and the natural anatomy of the stomach found that taking a pill while lying on your right side shortens the time it takes for medicine to be absorbed

News feeds from around Johns Hopkins

Presser Foundation Awards Negar Afaze Graduate Music Award
Published March 27, 2023
The Presser Foundation has approved Negar Afazel, a DMA student of Vadim Gluzman, to receive a Graduate Music Award for her project “Woman, Life, Freedom,” a multimedia work on Persian poetry. The... / The Peabody Post
Zachary Swanson on Astroturf Noise’s New Album
Published March 26, 2023
Zachary Swanson (BM ’10, Jazz Bass) appears on Blazing/Freezing (577 Records), the new album by Astroturf Noise, the avant-bluegrass trio he’s in with mandolinist Sam Day Harmet and violinist... / The Peabody Post
Peabody Voice Students at MDDC NATS
Published March 25, 2023
Peabody voice students studying under Assistant Professor of Voice Carl Dupont competed at MDDC NATS on the February 25-26 weekend. List of Peabody Students Accomplishments: 1st Place First Year Classical... / The Peabody Post
Gemma New Leads Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Published March 24, 2023
Gemma New (MM ’11, Conducting) led the Royal Scottish National Orchestra in Edinburgh and Glasgow in a program of Ligeti, Gershwin, Milhaud, Mussorgsky, and Glazunov’s Concerto for Alto Saxophone... / The Peabody Post
Paola Prestini on Spectrum News NY1
Published March 23, 2023
Paola Prestini (BM ’95, Composition) discussed the discuss the role of women in music with Spectrum News NY1 for Mes de la Mujer (Women’s History Month). / The Peabody Post
Wendel Patrick Scores “I Got a Monster”
Published March 23, 2023
Music Engineering & Technology Assistant Professor Wendel Patrick scored and performed the original music for I Got a Monster (trailer), the documentary film adaptation of Baynard Woods and Brandon... / The Peabody Post
Isabel Marcus Receives Scholarship from NSAL and Reaches Finals in Schmidt Vocal Competition
Published March 22, 2023
Preparatory student Isabel Marcus received a voice scholarship in the 2023 DC Chapter National Society of Arts and Letters Shirley Rabb Winston competition, competing against singers up to age 22. Isabel... / The Peabody Post
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Is No. 3 in World Rankings
Published March 22, 2023
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is the No. 3 nursing school in the world, according to 2023 QS World University rankings. / News
Composers Oscar Bettison, Zach Gulaboff Davis Awarded Fellowships
Published March 21, 2023
Faculty composer Oscar Bettison and alum Zach Gulaboff Davis (DMA ’19, Composition) were among the 140 New Jersey artists awarded 2023 Individual Artist Fellowship from the NJ State Council... / The Peabody Post
Inc Inc Inc Releases Debut Album
Published March 21, 2023
Inc Inc Inc, a trio including Ruby Fulton (DMA ’09, Composition) on violin, released its self-titled debut album in March, recorded in February as part of the RPM challenge; the trio plays March... / The Peabody Post