Dr. Kim Stroka

INBT postdoc launches new UMD College Park lab

Kimberly Stroka is busy winding up her postdoctoral training in the chemical and biomolecular engineering laboratory of Professor and Department Chair … [Read More...]

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Bring your best ideas to the neuro start-up challenge

The National Institutes of Health, Center for Advancing Innovation and the Heritage Provider Network have set up a business plan and biotech start-up … [Read More...]

Jordan Green

INBT’s fall student symposium Nov. 7

An important opportunity in graduate school is to get peer and mentor feedback on results. One of the best ways to do that is to share what you have … [Read More...]

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Boarding the research bandwagon

The story of how I joined Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology (INBT) is actually one of those moments where it just hits you – Why haven’t I … [Read More...]

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Podcast: Artificial blood vessel visualizes cancer cell journey

Researchers from Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology are visualizing many of the steps involved in how cancer cells break free from tumors … [Read More...]

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Summer interns for Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab sought

In 2013, a partnership with the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) and the Whiting School of Engineering launched APL/WSE … [Read More...]

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Have your PURA application reviewed

Are you planning to apply for the Johns Hopkins Provost Undergraduate Research Award (PURA)? Have your application reviewed by experts -- people who … [Read More...]

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Don’t believe everything (peer-reviewed) you read on the web

Recently, my attention was drawn to an article the same way I find many articles: through Facebook. Several of my many science-minded friends … [Read More...]

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