gregg semenza

Nobel Week
An uncommon path yields beautiful discoveries
Published Dec 6, 2019
Gregg Semenza, William B. Kaelin, and Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe, winners of the 2019 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine, discuss their award-winning findings and the importance of inspiring a new generation of researchers
Nobel Week
For Nobel laureates, a whirlwind welcome
Published Dec 6, 2019
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine professor Gregg Semenza arrives with fanfare in Sweden to receive his Nobel Prize and enjoy his moments of fame
5 things everyone should know about science
Published Dec 3, 2019
Before heading to Sweden to accept his Nobel Prize, Hopkins scientist Gregg Semenza shares five insights about science he wants more people to understand
Nobel winner Gregg Semenza advocates for basic science
Published Dec 2, 2019
The award has thrust the Johns Hopkins physician-scientist into a global spotlight, and he's taken the opportunity to highlight the importance of science in childhood education
'A discovery that is going to change medicine forever'
Published Oct 7, 2019
Gregg Semenza's groundbreaking work on the behavior of cells in low oxygen settings—work that has far-reaching implications for the understanding and treatment of a variety of illnesses and diseases—is recognized with the most prestigious award in science
Hopkins researcher Gregg Semenza wins Nobel Prize
Published Oct 7, 2019
His studies on how cells respond to low oxygen levels have the potential to result in treatments for a variety of illnesses
Faculty honors
Geneticist wins Lasker Award
Published Sept 13, 2016
Gregg Semenza recognized with one of the most prestigious awards in science for his discovery of how cells sense oxygen
Two from Johns Hopkins elected to IOM
Published Oct 15, 2012
School of Medicine faculty members honored for outstanding achievement in health, medicine / Johns Hopkins Medicine