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Looking Forward @ Johns Hopkins

Through the new Looking Forward @ Johns Hopkins: Remote Speaker Series, JHU’s Gilman Scholars are engaging the scholarly community by sharing cutting-edge scholarship during the COVID-19 shutdown. The series will build virtual intellectual and social bridges to fill gaps left during this time of physical social distancing, and excite the scholarly community to bring new ideas back to campus with them when our campuses re-open.

Each week, one of the university’s Gilman Scholars will give a talk presenting their research, followed by time for questions. The Gilman Scholars comprise faculty members from a wide range of research areas who have been honored with this distinction—named for Daniel Coit Gilman, Johns Hopkins’ first president—for their outstanding contributions to scholarship, research, teaching, and service.

Next lecture:

Cumulative Trauma in the Lives of our Youth: What that Means for Youth in a Pandemic
Jacquelyn Campbell
May 28 at Noon

Jacquelyn Campbell is the Anna D. Wolf Chair and in the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, with a joint appointment in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Bloomberg School of Public Health. She is also the Director of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholars program.

Campbell is a national leader in policy work, research, and advocacy in the areas of domestic violence, violence against women, women’s health, and intimate partner violence. Campbell studies violence and health outcomes, in particular the health effects of intimate partner violence on families and communities. Her studies have paved the way for a growing body of interdisciplinary investigations by researchers in the fields of nursing, medicine, and public health. She is on the Board of Directors for Futures Without Violence, is an active member of the Johns Hopkins Women’s Health Research Group, and has served on the boards of the House of Ruth Battered Women’s Shelter and four other shelters. Her expertise is frequently sought by national and international policymakers, and she was a member of the congressionally appointed U.S. Department of Defense Task Force on Domestic Violence.

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Scheduled Speakers

5/28 (RESCHEDULED FROM 5/21) Jacquelyn Campbell Cumulative Trauma in the Lives of our Youth: What that Means for Youth in a Pandemic Register for this webinar.

Past Lecture Recordings

– 4/2 Andy Feinberg Epigenetics and the Adaptive Genome in a Changing Environment. Watch this lecture.
– 4/9 Alfred Sommer Do You Really Want to Hear From an Epidemiologist at a Time Like This? Watch this lecture.
– 4/16 Barbara Landau Unforgettable: When an Amnesic Artist Remembers. Watch this lecture.
– 4/23 Michael Miller Pointilism, Alzheimer’s, and COVID-19: What do they have in common? Watch this lecture.
– 4/30 Jeremy Nathans X-chromosome Inactivation, Color Vision, and the Female Advantage.
– 5/7 Lisa Cooper Health Inequities in a Global Pandemic. Watch this lecture.
 – 5/14 Peter Agre Science Diplomacy – a Byproduct of  Academic Research.

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