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HOPKINS MEDICINE PRESS RELEASE: AGE IS A PRIMARY DETERMINANT OF MELANOMA TREATMENT RESISTANCE, TWO STUDIES FIND 

November 2, 2020

JHTV TECHNOLOGY SPOTLIGHT ON BMB RESEARCH: DEVELOPING A TREATMENT FOR COVID-19 — OR THE NEXT PANDEMIC VIRUS

July 7, 2020

BMB RESEARCH FEATURED IN JHU HUB: SCIENTISTS DISCOVER FUNDAMENTAL MECHANISM THAT AFFECTS HOW GENE ACTIVITY IS REGULATED

February 4, 2020

BMB FACULTY PHIL JORDAN RECEIVES JOHNS HOPKINS CATALYST AWARD

June 4, 2018

JORDAN LAB, PHD RECEIVES KY CHA AWARD IN STEM CELL TECHNOLOGY

November 1, 2017

LEUNG LAB RECEIVES THE 2017 JOHNS HOPKINS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE PROTEOMICS CORE COIN AWARD

November 1, 2017

BRENT MONSEUR, BMB GRADUATE 2012, SCM PROGRAM - I SEE POSSIBILITY BEYOND THE STRATOSPHERE

September 20, 2017

BMB FACULTY FENGYI WAN RECEIVES JOHNS HOPKINS CATALYST AWARD

June 30, 2017

DRS. PHIL JORDAN, FENGYI WAN AND ANTHONY LEUNG RECEIVED 2017 JOHNS HOPKINS DISCOVERY AWARDS

June 30, 2017

BMB FACULTY DR. SCOTT BAILEY, TOGETHER WITH DR. JIE XIAO FROM THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, RECEIVED A 2016 JOHNS HOPKINS DISCOVERY AWARD

July, 2016

DRS. MICHAEL MATUNIS AND JIOU WANG, TOGETHER WITH DR. SUSAN MICHAELIS FROM SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, RECEIVED A 2016 JOHNS HOPKINS DISCOVERY AWARD

July, 2016

BMB FACULTY JIOU WANG RECEIVES JOHNS HOPKINS CATALYST AWARD.

July, 2016

BMB FACULTY ANTHONY LEUNG RECEIVES A RESEARCH SCHOLAR AWARD FROM THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

July, 2016

PHD CANDIDATE GRACE HWANG FROM THE JORDAN LAB RECEIVES THE GENETICS SOCIETY OF AMERICA TAGC TRAVEL AWARD

April 25, 2016

PHD CANDIDATE JESSICA HOPKINS FROM THE JORDAN LAB WINS THE 2016 BALTIMORE AREA REPAIR SYMPOSIU

BMB FACULTY SCOTT BAILEY WON THE JHU PRESIDENT’S FRONTIER AWARD

February 1, 2016

PHD CANDIDATE ERIC SIMKO FROM THE WANG LAB RECEIVES A NATIONAL HUMAN GENOME RESEARCH INSTITUTE (NHGRI) SCHOLARSHIP

January 29, 2016

BMB FACULTY ANTHONY LEUNG RECEIVES JOHNS HOPKINS CATALYST AWARD

June 24, 2015

BMB FACULTY SCOTT BAILEY RECEIVES JOHNS HOPKINS CATALYST AWARD

June 24, 2015

Wednesday, December 3rd Baltimore Science Cafe featured Dr. Jürgen Bosch, Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Dr. Bosch discussed malaria’s effects on world health, current research to develop new malaria treatments, and efforts to develop a vaccine for this disease. Dr. Bosch focused on vaccine development and asked the question, will a vaccine ever be enough to control malaria, a disease that affects millions of people worldwide?