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Brain science
Gambling monkeys like big bets
Published Sept 20, 2018
Study helps scientists locate area of brain linked to high-risk behavior, a possible step toward improved treatments for destructively risky behaviors in humans
Misinformation operation
Study: Russian trolls fueled vaccine debate
Published Sept 20, 2018
Findings suggest much of the Twitter discussion about vaccines may be linked to 'malicious actors' with 'hidden agendas'
Urban education
Ripple effect of neighborhood violence
Published Sept 20, 2018
Study shows how urban violence and school choice programs contribute to negative learning outcomes for students in Chicago

News feeds from around Johns Hopkins

Petrit Çeku Will Be Featured Artist in Night of the Proms
Published Sept 20, 2018
Petrit Çeku (GPD ’11, Guitar) will be the featured classical artist in the “Night of the Proms” concerts on mainland Europe. Çeku will be the featured classical performer in 21 concerts, each... / The Peabody Post
Gambling Monkeys Help Scientists Find Brain Area Linked to High-Risk Behavior
Published Sept 20, 2018
Monkeys who learned how to gamble have helped researchers pinpoint an area of the brain key to one’s willingness to make risky decisions. / News from The Johns Hopkins University
ACA Health Insurance Ads Targeted Younger, Healthier Consumers From 2013 to 2016
Published Sept 20, 2018
Analysis of television ads also found a sharp decline in mentions of “Obamacare” or “Affordable Care Act” over three enrollment periods. / Public Health News Headlines from Johns Hopkins
Mark G. Meadows Releases Single, Performs, Directs
Published Sept 20, 2018
Mark G. Meadows (BM ’11, GPD ’13, Jazz Piano; KSAS BA ’11, Psychology) will release a new single, “Superstition,” on Friday, September 21. There will be two release shows in tandem... / The Peabody Post
World-renowned architect Renzo Piano to design SNF Agora Institute building
Published Sept 20, 2018
Renzo Piano, winner of architecture’s most prestigious prizes and creator of masterpiece buildings on five continents, will design the headquarters of the new Stavros Niarchos Foundation Agora Institute... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Fatma Daglar and Her Ensemble Perform in Spain
Published Sept 20, 2018
Zéphyros Winds, which features Peabody alum Fatma Daglar (MM ‘95, GPD ‘97, Oboe), played at the International Double Reed Society conference in Granada, Spain, where they premiered David Sanford’s... / The Peabody Post
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Receives NIH Grant to Launch Center for Chronic Disease Management and Research
Published Sept 20, 2018
Managing multiple chronic conditions, studying social determinants of health, and providing community-driven care will be pillars of the new PROMOTE research center to be launched at the Johns Hopkins... / News
Josh Ganger Named Visiting Professor
Published Sept 20, 2018
Josh Ganger (MM ’14, Trumpet) has been named Visiting Assistant Professor of Trumpet at The University of Akron School of Music in Akron, Ohio. / The Peabody Post
New Johns Hopkins Doctor of Engineering Program Designed for Working Professionals
Published Sept 20, 2018
Johns Hopkins University’s Whiting School of Engineering has created a doctoral engineering program to serve the needs of working engineering professionals and to meet the growing demand for engineers... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Jelena Runić Presents in Estonia
Published Sept 20, 2018
Liberal arts faculty member Dr. Jelena Runić gave a workshop presentation titled “The Power of Universal Grammar: Promoting Diversity and Inclusion in Secondary Education” at the 51st annual... / The Peabody Post