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Announcing the fifth annual Genetics Research Day 2018 to promote genetics research at Johns Hopkins University

Featuring a lecture by Michael Boehnke, PhD, Richard G. Cornell Distinguished University Professor of Biostatistics at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, with a poster session to follow.


To submit abstracts for the poster session, please click here.

February 9th, 2018

Announcing the 2018 Wolfe Street Competition.

The Wolfe Street Competition is intended to foster training and research collaborations in genetics, epidemiology, and medicine between the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (SPH) and the School of Medicine (SOM), situated on either side of Wolfe Street here in Baltimore. This mechanism will provide up to $15,000 (applications less than $15,000 encouraged) to support or supplement a research project led by a partnership of two trainees - a predoctoral student and another predoctoral or post-doctoral fellow. to promote genetics research at Johns Hopkins University


To submit an application for the 2018 Wolfe Street Competition, please follow the instructions here.

Deadline: March 1st, 2018

MD-GEM is a pre-doctoral training program that comprehensively integrates Genetics, Epidemiology, and Medicine (GEM). Funded by the Burroughs-Wellcome Fund, the MD-GEM training grant brings together the expertise and training infrastructure of the Johns Hopkins Schools of Public Health and Medicine and the National Human Genome Research Institute. Together, these three institutions can provide laboratory, methodological and clinical expertise and coursework to train the next generation of scientists who can forge new avenues of research and address the rapidly changing field of human genetics. This program trains pre-doctoral students through integration of these important areas by partnering with established mentors and offering integrated learning. We envision a training program that will prepare scientists for the next generation of genetics research.

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