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  • Roger M. Herriott Lectureship - Lectures Series - Academics - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
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  • Harold and Marilyn Menkes Lectureship - Lectures Series - Academics - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
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  • The Cecile Pickart Lectureship in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology - Lectures Series - Academics - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Helps Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge Contact Us FAQs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time Academics Degree Programs Certificate Programs Continuing Executive Education Online Learning Courses OpenCourseWare Funding Opportunities Residency Programs Training Programs Postdoctoral Training Course Catalog Academic Calendar Faculty Directory Lecture Series Office of Academic Affairs Global Projects Explore the Interactive Map Explore Map Make a Gift Your contribution can be used so many places so many ways Learn More Public Health Practice Training Learn More Johns Hopkins Public Health Magazine Summer Issue 2015 Read More or Subscribe Home Academics Lectureships The Cecile Pickart Lectureship in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology The Cecile Pickart Lectureship in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology On April 5 2006 the Bloomberg School lost one of its most accomplished scholars and scientists Cecile M Pickart PhD a professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology died after a four year battle with kidney cancer She was 51 A faculty member since 1995 Dr Pickart was an early pioneer in the emerging field of study centered on a small protein called ubiquitin that plays a critical role in many biological processes Ubiquitin discovered in the mid 1970s and so named because it is found in all higher organisms was initially shown to bind with and tag damaged proteins for breakdown within the cell Dr Pickart s lab helped reveal that ubiquitin has a far more complex repertoire of regulatory functions including repair of DNA damage control of gene expression and localization of proteins in cells functions that may prove to have important clinical implications Through her research her teaching and her collegial support of fellow scientists Dr Pickart was instrumental in creating and nurturing a

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  • The Daniel Joseph Raskin Lecture - Lectures Series - Academics - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Immunology Population Family Reproductive Health Research Centers Institutes Global Projects Institutional Review Board Faculty Directory SciVal Experts Research Profiles SciVal Funding Student Life Events Activities Housing Dining Fitness Center International Students Career Services Visit Life in Baltimore Office of Student Life Student Assembly SOURCE Student Outreach Resource Center Sustainability Transportation Graduation Office of Student Affairs Practice Training Practice for Faculty Practice for Students Practice for Professionals Continuing Education Contact Us Online Trainings Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation Mid Atlantic Public Health Training Center News About Us News Releases Stories Subscriptions Social Media Giving Ways to Give Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge Contact Us FAQs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time Academics Degree Programs Certificate Programs Continuing Executive Education Online Learning Courses OpenCourseWare Funding Opportunities Residency Programs Training Programs Postdoctoral Training Course Catalog Academic Calendar Faculty Directory Lecture Series Office of Academic Affairs Global Projects Explore the Interactive Map Explore Map Make a Gift Your contribution can be used so many places so many ways Learn More Public Health Practice Training Learn

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  • Diversity & Inclusion - About - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Global Projects Institutional Review Board Faculty Directory SciVal Experts Research Profiles SciVal Funding Student Life Events Activities Housing Dining International Students Career Services Visit Fitness Center Life in Baltimore Office of Student Life Student Assembly SOURCE Student Outreach Resource Center Sustainability Transportation Graduation Office of Student Affairs Practice Training Practice for Faculty Practice for Students Practice for Professionals Continuing Education Contact Us Online Trainings Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation Mid Atlantic Public Health Training Center News About Us News Releases Stories Subscriptions Social Media Giving Ways to Give Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge Contact Us FAQs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time Diversity Inclusion Bloomberg School Diversity Plan Resources Office of Student Life Outlist Committee on Equity Diversity and Civility Equity Diversity Civility Defining our core beliefs Learn More Home About School wide Initiatives Diversity Inclusion Diversity Inclusion Events Diversifying Senior Leadership In the Academy Coming October 8th 2013 Learn More Collaborating Across Generations to Achieve Our Mission Working together to create solutions to public health problems around the world Learn More Living with Visible Hidden Disabilities Associate Professor Sheila Fitzgerald was a key panelist Learn More Perspectives on LGBT Life This open discussion about LGBT issues was very popular Learn More Diversity Civility the Concealed Mind Howard Ross founder of Cook Ross Inc delivered the keynote address Learn More Inaugural Event Dean Klag supported the Committee on Equity Diversity Inclusion s inaugural event in 2009 Learn More 1 2 3 4 5 6 Previous Next The Bloomberg School continually demonstrates a committment to diversity from our campus in Baltimore to our many facilities around the world Every day Bloomberg School

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  • Tobacco-Free Initiative - School-Wide Initiatives - About - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    School wide Initiatives Diversity Inclusion Sustainability Tobacco Free Initiative Resources Offices Services Directions Maps Event Calendar Careers Contact Us Global Projects Explore the Interactive Map Explore Map Make a Gift Your contribution can be used so many places so many ways Learn More Public Health Practice Training Learn More Johns Hopkins Public Health Magazine Summer Issue 2015 Read More or Subscribe Home About School wide Initiatives Tobacco Free Initiative Tobacco Free Initiative Dean Klag on the Initiative Dean Klag introduces the Tobacco Free Initiative and talks about the importance of going 100 percent tobacco free Spread the word Together we can empower one another to protect the health of our community Learn More Quit and Stay Quit It can take more than one try to quit The Monday Campaigns associated with the Lerner Center for Public Health offer a new chance to quit every Monday so tobacco users stay on the right track to a healthier lifestyle Learn More TFI wins Innovation Award The Tobacco free Initiative won this year s Innovative Policy or Environment Change award from Maryland Cancer Collaborative MCC We will continue to work to improve the health of our school community Associate Dean Michael Ward said while accepting the honor Read more about the MCC 1 2 3 Previous Next News Events November 19 2015 Great American Smokeout September 28 2015 Noon Wolfe Street Gallery Monday Mile and Tobacco Free Ple April 13 2015 Noon Wolfe Street Gallery Wellness Monday and Tobacco Free Pledge Tobacco Free More Than Fresh Air One in five Americans die from tobacco use every year but not just from smoking Cigars chewing tobacco and other forms of tobacco have all been linked to health issues and death and electronic cigarettes have yet to be proven as a safe alternative Deterring the

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  • Center for Teaching & Learning - Offices & Services - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Centers Institutes Global Projects Institutional Review Board Faculty Directory SciVal Experts Research Profiles SciVal Funding Student Life Events Activities Housing Dining Fitness Center International Students Career Services Visit Life in Baltimore Office of Student Life Student Assembly SOURCE Student Outreach Resource Center Sustainability Transportation Graduation Office of Student Affairs Practice Training Practice for Faculty Practice for Students Practice for Professionals Continuing Education Contact Us Online Trainings Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation Mid Atlantic Public Health Training Center News About Us News Releases Stories Subscriptions Social Media Giving Ways to Give Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge Contact Us FAQs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time Center for Teaching Learning Our Mission Our Services Course Sites Teaching Toolkit Events CTL Blog Contact CTL CTL Help Make a Gift Your contribution can be used so many places so many ways Learn More Public Health Practice Training Learn More Home Offices and Services Center for Teaching and Learning Center for Teaching Learning Contact Center for Teaching Learning 2021 East Monument Street Baltimore MD 21205 410 955 0930 For help with CoursePlus or online courses go to CTL Help For more general questions please fill out the form below Name Email How can we help ID consultation Online courses OCW or Coursera Training TRAMS Other Details Our Mission Enhance teaching learning Develop course tools Support educational programs Learn More Our Services Course consultation Faculty TA development Course management systems Learn More The Center for Teaching and Learning CTL promotes supports and champions educational excellence We partner with faculty to teach effectively and efficiently and to address the current and future educational needs of the School As

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  • Managed Print Services - Information Technology - Offices & Services - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Funding Student Life Events Activities Housing Dining Fitness Center International Students Career Services Visit Life in Baltimore Office of Student Life Student Assembly SOURCE Student Outreach Resource Center Sustainability Transportation Graduation Office of Student Affairs Practice Training Practice for Faculty Practice for Students Practice for Professionals Continuing Education Contact Us Online Trainings Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation Mid Atlantic Public Health Training Center News About Us News Releases Stories Subscriptions Social Media Giving Ways to Give Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge Contact Us FAQs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time Information Technology Laptop Recommendations Managed Print Services Multimedia Studio myJHSPH Portal System Telecommunications Wireless Network IT Help Desk Office W3014 Wolfe St Phone 410 955 3781 5 3781 Hours Monday Friday 8 30am 5 00pm Walk in and Phone in Weekends Walk in and Phone in 11 00 AM Noon closed holidays and holiday weekends Learn More Home Offices and Services Information Technology Managed Print Services Managed Print Services Managed Print Services MPS offers the most cost effective way for faculty

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