June 15-16, 2022
CERCH is honored to host the Baltimore Trauma Summit at the Baltimore Convention Center, a free, two-day event sparking collaboration between community leaders, city officials, scientists and healthcare providers on the neurobiology of trauma. The summit will highlight efforts in Baltimore to buffer the impact of trauma, as well as applying science to the effect of toxic stress on health.
- Day 1: Community Impact
- Day 2: The Biology of Trauma
For more details visit www.baltimoretraumasummit.com.
May 30, 2019
CERCH welcomed neuroscientist and artist Greg Dunn, PhD to unveil his recent work depicting the developmentally different brain. An exquisite representation of the positive and negative experiences we are all exposed to throughout our lifespan, converge to influence our brain development and ultimately our mental health.
To view more of Greg Dunn's unique neuroscience inspired artwork, visit his website: http://www.gregadunn.com
May 23, 2019
Family Night at Callaway celebrated the achievements of our first group of Reading on the Brain students at Baltimore City elementary school, testing their knowledge and awarding their dedication to the program, while encouraging community participation and raising awareness of the importance of brain health through reading, science, and art. Students from all grades came out with parents and grandparents to learn about the Reading on the Brain program, get hands on science experience, and take home a bundle of books to read together.
November 28, 2018
UMSOM faculty and clinicians are invited to explore the world of multi-omics research with CERCH. Faculty 'Omics Night is designed to give investigators a brief introduction into transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics research methodologies. Learn the power of an unbiased approach, the strengths and limitations of the different technology, and how to best to incorporate them into your research design. Plus see how you can apply these methods in a clinical population with biomarker 'omics. Food and beverages will be provided! Please RSVP through eventbrite.
July 26, 2018
Dr. Daniel Beiting, PhD, Technical Director of the Center for Host-Microbe Interactions and Assistant Professor in the Department of Pathobiology in the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine will be presenting his research using canine models of disease to study host-microbe interactions. Dr. Beiting is an immunologist that leverages multi-omic approaches to interrogate the host-pathogen interface. He has developed MicrobiomeDB, a free web-based data-mining platform for interrogating microbiome experiments.
May 3, 2018
First annual CERCH Science and Society event featuring Renowned Journalist Nicholas Kristof Speaks on Justice and Society was held at the George Peabody Library in downtown Baltimore.
May 4, 2018
Translating Placenta Biology into Child Development, a one-day symposium co-hosted with the Lieber Institute for Brain Development and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.