PMB graduate student Sarah Kim is winner of the annual Biophysical Society’s Student Research Achievement Award for her poster in the category Permeation & Transport.
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The Women of Hopkins exhibit grew from a grassroots effort at Johns Hopkins called Achieving Gender Equity in Sciences, a reading and discussion series exploring biases women face in the STEM fields. As part of the effort, PMB Professor Karen Fleming participated in the Diversity Innovation Grant competition aiming to increase the awareness of female heroes from Hopkins and was awarded funding for the Women of Hopkins Art Exhibition.
With contributions from the Thomas C. Jenkins Endowment, the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences created two named chairs in the Department of Biophysics in 2010 in an effort to support and recognize premier faculty in biophysics.
The 2016 PMB incoming graduate class is here! On September 9-10, the students participated in the 25th annual Institute for Biophysical Research retreat. What an exciting time!
Scott Bailey, an associate professor in the Bloomberg School of Public Health's Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, explores how bacteria's immune systems ward off threat posed by harmful viruses. Read the article on The Hub.
PMB welcomes Dr. Sua Myong. Dr. Myong's work focuses on single molecule and single cell imaging to investigate regulations in gene expression.
The Maryland Academy of Sciences at the Maryland Science Center presented PMB alum Dr. Lauren Porter the 2015 Outstanding Young Scientist Award in the Academic sector.
Dr. Ha is a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry, Biophysics, and Biomedical Engineering.
Congratulations to PMB Professor Karen Fleming who received the 2016 Thomas E. Thompson Award, which recognizes outstanding contribution in the field of membrane structure and assembly! The award will be presented at the Membrane Structure and Assembly Subgroup meeting on February 27, 2016, in L.A., where Professor Fleming will present the Thomas E. Thompson award lecture.
PMB student Mollie Rappe served as an intern at ASBMB Today, where she wrote several articles for the magazine including this one that landed on the May 2015 cover. Mollie is doing her thesis research in the lab of Dr. Sarah Woodson, Department of Biophysics.