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Hopkins Biotech Network Welcomes New Incoming Students to the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

By July 23, 2019Academic, Alumni

By

Danielle Bouchard, Ph.D. Candidate

and Lawrence Jones, Ph.D

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health hosted another Student Activities Fair on Monday, July 1st from 11am-12:30pm. HBN Board representatives, Danielle Bouchard, Ph.D. Candidate (Matunis Lab), Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in the School of Public Health and Lawrence Jones, Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief and HBN advisor had a table to greet new students and successfully recruited 19 more students to the HBN network for the upcoming academic year (2019-2020). The HBN Transcript newsletter subscribership has increased to nearly 2300, and the numbers keep on growing. Last year we recruited a lot of interested MPH students from the Activities Fair, and it happened again this year. HBN will also be present at the JHSPH Fall Activities Fair on September 3, 2019 where HBN members will introduce themselves to incoming School of Public Health Masters and PhD Students from various departments.

The event lasted for approximately 90 minutes and had a lunch incentive. We are looking forward to an exciting and productive school year for HBN locally and around the world. The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health school is ranked either first or second, only to Harvard, in Public Health according to the U.S. News and World Report rankings and has held this ranking since 1994. HBN is delighted to unite all ten divisions of Johns Hopkins University system in educational and social networking activities. We identify the “tenth division” as the Alumni branch of the University.

Photo courtesy of the School of Public Health

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