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Congratulations, Dr. Trish Simner!

February 18, 2018

Distinguised Alumni Award 2018
Dr. Trish Simner received a 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Manitoba. In giving Dr. Simner this award, the University noted that, "Dr. Simner's work reflects the future of microbiologists. Already given several prestigious awards, she is an excellent role model for potential microbiologists, especially young women. Her work on the mechanisms of anti-microbial resistance is timely and necessary. Collaborations include those with the Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance Taskforce for the CDC." Congratulations!

2017 Publications

February 16, 2018

Our faculty published more than 200 original peer-reviewed first/last author publications in 2017! From studies of microRNA expression to large epidemiological studies, the impact of this science is breath taking! To learn more click here.

#1 in NIH Funding in 2017

February 10, 2018

The Blue Ridge Institute released its 2017 rankings of NIH funding to US medical schools, and the Department of Pathology here at Hopkins once again is recognized as the #1 funded pathology department! This makes the department #1 in NIH funding for 10 of the last 11 years...

1 Johns Hopkins University$53,745,191
2 University of Pennsylvania$33,595,740
3 Washington University$33,172,751
4 University of Washington$28,574,568
5 Emory University$28,197,113

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Tory P Johnson, MS, PhD

Breast and Ovarian Cancer Seminar

February 20, 2018 - 12:00 pm
CRB1 3M, RM 42

BRCA associated ovarian serous carcinoma with SET morphology
- Tricia Ann Murdock, M.D.

All are invited to attend.

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