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Latest Releases

Gun violence
Experts: Repealing concealed carry restrictions will lead to more gun violence
Published June 28, 2022
During a media briefing Friday, experts from the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions discussed the impact of the Supreme Court's decision to remove concealed carry restrictions in New York
Climate science
Simultaneous extreme weather created dangerous conditions in U.S.
Published June 28, 2022
The dangerous extremes are expected to continue to topple records as the effects of climate change continue to shift weather patterns
Biology
Michael Schatz among 'TIME 100'
Published May 23, 2022
Computational biologist recognized for his contributions to the first complete sequencing of the human genome
Pandemic data
One million lives lost to COVID-19
Published May 17, 2022
Experts say the tragic milestone, now recorded by the Coronavirus Resource Center tracker, likely occurred months ago and that higher vaccination rates could have prevented many fatalities
Immunity
Antibodies point researchers toward broad coronavirus vaccines
Published June 8, 2022
Certain antibodies isolated from people who had recovered from COVID-19 and were vaccinated have the ability to neutralize variety of coronaviruses
Coronavirus
Antibodies fighting original virus may be weaker against omicron
Published April 28, 2022
A study of vaccinated individuals with breakthrough COVID-19 infection showed that their antibodies, while effective at stopping original strain of virus, were less effective at preventing infection by omicron variant
Brain science
Blind people remember language better than sighted people do
Published April 27, 2022
Researchers theorize that the area responsible for vision in sighted people may enhance recall or language processing abilities in people who are blind

News feeds from around Johns Hopkins

Jason Gray and Team Awarded 2022 DELTA Grant
Published Aug 9, 2022
Peabody multimedia systems specialist Jason Gray is part of a cross-divisional team awarded a 2022 DELTA Grant for a project titled Opening the Doors: Mentoring Across Difference. / The Peabody Post
Arianna Rodriguez and Shawn Chang Named 2022 Merola Opera Young Artists
Published Aug 8, 2022
Arianna Rodriguez (MM ’19, Voice) and Shawn Chang (BM ’08, Piano) have been named 2022 Merola Opera Young Artists. Rodriguez and Chang will perform in the Merola Grand Finale on August 20 at 7:30... / The Peabody Post
Sylvia Jian Performs with Auckland Symphony Orchestra
Published Aug 6, 2022
Artist diploma student in piano Sylvia Jiang performed Franz Liszt’s Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Auckland Symphony Orchestra on July 26. The performance received favorable reviews from The New... / The Peabody Post
Ismael Guerrero Named Salon De Virtuosi Career Grant Winner
Published Aug 4, 2022
Salon De Virtuosi has announced that Ismael Guerrero (BM ’20, Cello) is one of the 2022 Career Grant Winners which awards each recipient with $5,000. All winning artists will perform in the 2022 Gala... / The Peabody Post
Wendel Patrick Advises on BMA Exhibit
Published Aug 3, 2022
Recording arts faculty artist Wendel Patrick is part of an advisory committee for The Culture: Hip Hop and Contemporary Art in the 21st Century, a co-organized exhibition created by The Baltimore Museum... / The Peabody Post
Curtis Bannister Makes Feature Film Debut
Published Aug 2, 2022
Curtis Bannister (GPD ’10, Voice) will make his feature film debut in Marvel’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever expected to be released November 11, 2022. / The Peabody Post
David Hildebrand Published in The Journal of The Association of Anglican Musicians
Published Aug 1, 2022
Musicology faculty member David Hildebrand recently published an article in The Journal of The Association of Anglican Musicians. The article, titled “Three Anglican Musicians – Musical Portraits from... / The Peabody Post
Ten from the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Will Become FAANs
Published Aug 1, 2022
Ten faculty, alumni, and doctoral students from the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing have been selected for induction as fellows into the American Academy of Nursing. / News
Zane Forshee Featured on NPR Live Sessions
Published July 31, 2022
NPR’s Live Sessions featured Director of LAUNCHPad and guitar faculty Zane Forshee’s (MM ’01, GPD ’03, DMA ’11, Guitar) performance of Benjamin Verdery’s Keanae, HI originally recorded... / The Peabody Post
Santa J. Ono Named University of Michigan President
Published July 30, 2022
Peabody Preparatory alumnus Santa J. Ono has been named the 15th president of the University of Michigan. / The Peabody Post
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