The research expert profile database allows anyone to search, by topic or faculty member, to determine what are the most relevant publications, who were the authors, and who could be a good collaborator on a research project. The database is powered by the Elsevier Pure database that provides quarterly updates to publications by Johns Hopkins faculty.
If the answer to any of the questions below is yes, this database can likely help you:
- Do you need to put together multidisciplinary teams to tackle translational and big-science research projects?
- Could you use help to keep up with the constant influx of new faculty who might be working in an area related to yours?
- Would you like to know if there is a JHMI investigator who focuses on a complementary phase of the bench-to-bedside lifecycle, works on the same problems as you, and works in a lab or clinic just a few hundred feet away?
- Are you looking for a potential mentor?
Browse the Pure Johns Hopkins Research Expert Profiles Website.