On November 10, Jenkins Biophysics Program student Samaneh Ghassabi Kondalaji successfully defended her dissertation titled “in-vitro Investigation of Nucleosome Displacing Factors in Affecting Nucleosome Assembly and Histone Core Repositioning by Remodelers.” Congratulations!
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Harshit Bhasin, Yuekang Zhang and Hantian "Maggie" Lee won 2022 undergraduate research rewards to fund their work.
Professor Karen Fleming was named as one of the Biophysical Society's 2022 Class of Fellows, which honors members society members who have demonstrated sustained excellence in science and have contributed to the expansion of the field of biophysics. Fleming was selected for rigorous and incisive contributions to the understanding of the thermodynamics of membrane protein folding, and for her tireless devotion to promoting gender equity in science.
Professor Taekjip Ha is one of 10 Johns Hopkins faculty elected to the National Academy of Medicine 2021. He was elected for his work co-inventing the single-molecule FRET (smFRET) technology […]
The T.C. Jenkins Department of Biophysics, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the broad area of Molecular and Cellular Biophysics. We encourage applicants […]
Biophysics professor Karen Fleming has been inducted into the first ever class of ASBMB fellows. ASBMB fellows are recognized for their meritorious efforts to advance the molecular life sciences through sustained […]
Chelsey Chen, Daniel Habib, Elizabeth Mensah, Harshit Bhasin, and Joseph Yoniles were awarded the prestigious PURA award. PURA is the Provost’s Undergraduate Research Award established in 1993 to encourage Hopkins undergraduate students to engage in […]
Before COVID-19, Jaime Sorenson, biophysics lecturer, had long wanted to create videos of some basic biophysics techniques so that students would be able to learn at their own pace, re-watching […]
Prof. Doug Barrick will receive the Biophysics Society, Emily M. Gray Award for his “masterpiece textbook” on Biomolecular Thermodynamics. He is one of ten biophysicists who will be honored at […]
Professor Karen Fleming is leaving her mark! She was honored this year with two awards and additionally, was selected as a Phi Beta Kappa visiting scholar for 2020-2021. Dr. Fleming […]