Johns Hopkins University - Cell, Molecular, Developmental Biology & Biophysics: NIH Investigators
Currently, there are more than 500 NIH investigators who participate in or would like to lead the training of graduate students. Given the broad biological basis of the Johns Hopkins program, virtually all of these investigators are potential dissertation mentors. Prospective students should refer to the Finding a Mentor website for details about participating NIH scientists. To assist students in identification of a dissertation adviser at NIH, Dr. Michael Lichten and Dr. Orna Cohen-Fix, the NIH Partnership Co-Directors, work with individual students and refers them to other leading NIH investigators to help match them with potential mentors for laboratory rotations.