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Great Strides 2017

We are raising money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Great Strides Walk for the 10th year! Please consider supporting us here. Learn more about our efforts to find a cure for Cystic Fibrosis and other lung diseases here.

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Laura Ensign: 2015 Outstanding Young Engineer

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Laura Ensign: 2015 Outstanding Young Engineer

Laura Ensign Recognized as 2015 Outstanding Young Engineer

Congratulations to Dr. Laura Ensign for being recognized as a 2015 Outstanding Young Engineer by the Maryland Academy of Sciences! Read more

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Kunal Parikh honored with Roche/ARCS Scholar Award

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Kunal Parikh honored with Roche/ARCS Scholar Award

Kunal Parikh honored with Roche/ARCS Scholar Award

Congratulations to PhD candidate Kunal Parikh for being honored by the National Academy of Science with the Roche/ARCS Scholar award for the second year in a row! This award recognizes his outstanding work on developing drug-delivery platforms to improve patient treatment. Read more

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Dr. Allan Hoffman Visits the Center for Nanomedicine

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Dr. Allan Hoffman Visits the Center for Nanomedicine

CNM Welcomes Dr. Allan Hoffman

The Center for Nanomedicine was fortunate to receive a visit from Dr. Allan Hoffman (U-Washington), a leader in the field of nanomedicine, and attend a seminar on his research.

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Elizabeth Nance – Forbes 30 under 30

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Elizabeth Nance – Forbes 30 under 30

Elizabeth Nance listed Forbes 30 under 30: Science

Congratulations to Dr. Elizabeth Nance on being recognized as a rising star by Forbes magazine! She was chosen to be among 30 “young scientists who are changing the world” in their annual “30 under 30” feature. . Read more

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Dendrimer research

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Dendrimer research

Dendrimer research featured on NBC and other media outlets

Dendrimers, a technology developed by CNM researchers and collaborators, offer new hope for cerebral palsy sufferers. Link to video

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Decline in grants for young researchers puts future of science at risk, Johns Hopkins president writes

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Decline in grants for young researchers puts future of science at risk, Johns Hopkins president writes

Johns Hopkins University President Ronald Daniels warns that the decline in grant funding for young researchers puts the future of science at risk.

The CNM proudly supports numerous young tenure track and research faculty performing cutting edge and innovative research. Please help secure the future of nanomedicine research at the CNM here.
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Johns Hopkins leader in research spending for 35 consecutive years

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Johns Hopkins leader in research spending for 35 consecutive years

Johns Hopkins, leader in research spending for 35 consecutive years

A report from the National Science Foundation confirms that Johns Hopkins is ranked the leader in research spending... Read more.

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Faculty

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Faculty

People

World-renowned faculty, fellows, students, and staff from Johns Hopkins, along with collaborators from around the globe, work together to make breakthroughs at the interface of nanotechnology and medicine. Together, we aim to make innovative solutions to the most challenging medical problems. Our team includes chemical and biomedical engineers, materials scientists, chemists, biologists, medical doctors, and clinician-scientists.

Learn more about our people.

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Nanomedicine for Eye Diseases

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Nanomedicine for Eye Diseases

Nanomedicine Breakthrough for Eye Disease

As reported in 2012 in an article published in Biomaterials, Center for Nanomedicine members, Rangaramanujam Kannan, Jie Fu, Manoj Mishra and others have shown that a nanomedicine platform technology, called “dendrimers,” can be used to effectively deliver medicines to activated microglia--key players in many blinding ocular diseases, such as Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD).

Learn more about dendrimers and our research for eye diseases.

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