Cover Story: What Economists Really Do
More than just Wall Street types or stock market prognosticators, Johns Hopkins economics faculty and students apply their tools to address the world’s most important issues.
PhD candidate Brian Welch discovered a new (and thus far, furthest ever observed) star with data from the Hubble Telescope.
The department is now the William H. Miller III Department of Physics and Astronomy in honor of the investor and philanthropist’s gift.
Johns Hopkins University scientists collaborated with more than 100 researchers around the world to assemble and analyze the first complete sequence of a human genome.
The SNF Agora Institute broke ground in late fall 2021, with a community celebration, and the naming of eight endowed SNF Agora Institute Professors.
Krieger School faculty garnered more than 20 notable awards and honors this spring, including the Rumford Prize, an NSF Career Award, and election to the National Academy of Medicine.
See inside Professor Derek Schilling’s office, which features a 1940s Philco radio console.
In memoriam of Maurice Bessman, Ludwig Brand, Charles Dempsey, and Paul Feldman.
From the Dean’s Desk
Dean Christopher S. Celenza weighs in on the Krieger School's new ways to focus on the undergraduate and first-year experience.
We’ve discovered millions of genetic variants that were previously not known across samples of thousands of individuals whose genomes have already been sequenced. We will have to wait until future work to learn more about their associations with disease, but a big focus of work now will be on trying to discover new genetic variations that were previously uncharacterized.”
Rajiv McCoy, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, on the potential impact of fully sequencing the human genome.
TIME, March 31, 2022