HPC Recognizes 2018 Discovery Award recipients

Faculty Associates Xiaobin Wang, Nilanjan Chatterjee, and Tak Igusa, along other Johns Hopkins faculty receive a 2018 JHU Discovery Award for their proposal entitled “Harnessing Big Data and Machine Learning to Develop Tools for Autism Risk Prediction and Intervention.” This research is interdisciplinary, utilizing expertise from Public Health, Medicine, and Engineering.

Faculty Associate Jeffrey Grigg and other Johns Hopkins faculty receive a 2018 JHU Discovery Award for their proposal entitled “Lead Exposure and Educational Outcomes: A Population Study.” This research is interdisciplinary, utilizing expertise from Education and Public Health.

Faculty Associates Tak Igusa and Lingxin Hao, are co-investigators of an interdisciplinary research project led by Johnathon Ehsani, School of Public health, which receive a 2018 JHU Discovery Award.