Congratulations to Professor Christian Kaiser for receiving a 2017 Catalyst Award! Thirty-four early career faculty members were selected to receive Johns Hopkins Catalyst Awards, an honor that is accompanied by a $75,000 grant, mentoring opportunities, and institutional recognition.
The Chemistry-Biology Interface (CBI) graduate program provides students with training that enables them to challenge the traditional boundaries currently separating chemistry from biology. Upon completion of the program, CBI students receive a PhD in chemical biology.
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July 10, 2017
June 30, 2017
Congratulations to Professors Anthony Leung, Marc Greenberg, and Caren Freel Meyers for winning 2017 Discovery Awards. Drs. Leung and Greenberg’s project, “Uncovering Poly(ADP-ribose) Biology in Non-membranous Structures” (co-authored with Dr. Sua Myong), won a Category 2 prize. Dr. Freel Meyers’ project, “Targeting the Mechanobiome of Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma” (co-authored with Dr. Douglas Robinson, Dr. Robert […]
February 9, 2017
Congratulations to Ben Crane of the Tolman Lab, whose intersession course “Food Fermentation: Theory and Insight” received an extensive write-up in the Baltimore Sun!