Congratulations to Netz Arroyo, Scott Bailey, Jennifer Kavran, Anthony Leung, Jun Liu, Rebecca Schulman, and Cynthia Wolberger. All received Discovery Awards to support new research collaborations.
News & Announcements Archive
We are pleased to announce the newest addition to our CBI faculty, Professor Kalina Hristova of the Materials Science & Engineering Program.
Congratulations to Professor Stephen Fried for receiving an NIH New Innovator Award! The award “ supports exceptionally creative early career investigators who propose innovative, high-impact projects in the biomedical, behavioral or social sciences within the NIH mission.”
Congratulations to CBI preceptors Jungsan Sohn and Jamie Spangler, who where chosen among 36 Hopkins professors to receive 2020 Johns Hopkins Catalyst Awards!
Congratulations to CBI faculty member Stephen Fried for receiving a grant from the Research Corporation for Science Advancement to study the virus that causes COVID-19. Stephen and his co-investigators will look for ways to block an important mechanism that is related to viral replication and could lead to a new family of antiviral drugs effective against SARS-CoV-2, SARS, MERS, Zika, […]
Congratulations to Morgan Dasovich for receiving the Inaugural Roger McMacken Scholarship Award. This award is made in recognition of scholastic and research achievements by exceptional students working for mentors in the BMB department.
Ryan Weeks of the Ostermeier Lab was one of thirteen Hopkins students who joined DiPole Materials in an effort to rapidly manufacture masks made from similar material as N95 masks.
With deep regret we would like to inform the community of Dr. Francine Morris’ passing last week. She arrived at JHU in 2008 to pursue a Ph.D. in the Chemistry Biology Interface Graduate Program and joined the Freel Meyers laboratory for research. Her dissertation entitled “Studies Toward Selective Inhibition of DXP Synthase in Non-mammalian Isoprenoid Biosynthesis” was completed in July 2013. She […]
Congratulations to Isabel Uribe again! She was recently awarded a Journal of Cell Science Traveling fellowship to support a visit to a long-term collaborator of the Leung laboratory.
Congratulations to CBI student Isabel Uribe (Leung Lab), who received an honorable mention for the NSF Graduate Fellowship!