Carey School of Business Professor Earns Discovery Awards Research Grant

first_img RelatedCarey Professor Wins Johns Hopkins Catalyst AwardThe Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business announced that Jemima Frimpong, an Assistant Professor of Management and Organization, is a recipient of the university’s annual Catalyst Awards.Catalyst Awards honor early-career JHU faculty members whose work has shown originality and has made an impact in their respective fields. The award also comes with…July 10, 2017In “Featured Region”Carey Assistant Prof. Receives JHU Discovery Award for ResearchTinglong Dai, Carey Business School Assistant Professor, is set to receive university funding in a new program supporting cross-divisional research. Twenty-three teams of JHU scholars have been selected for the new Discovery Award initiative, which has committed $15 million to cross-university, faculty-led research over three years. Dai’s project — that…July 9, 2015In “Featured Region”Carey Professor Wins Award for Cross-Divisional ResearchTinglong Dai, an assistant professor at the Carey Business school at Johns Hopkins University, was chosen by JHU as one of the scholars who will receive university funding in JHU’s new program to support cross-divisional research. Hopkins officials have selected twenty-three teams of scholars for the Discovery Award initiative, which…July 7, 2015In “Featured Region” Last Updated Aug 1, 2017 by Max PulciniFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Since 2015, Johns Hopkins University has issued Discovery Awards to fund new collaborative projects by researchers from across the university’s various schools and divisions. According to a recent press release, Roman Galperin, an Assistant Professor from the Carey School of Business, becomes the latest faculty member from JHU’s business school to be awarded the grant.Galperin is collaborating with School of Medicine Associate Professor Marshall Hussain Shuler on a project titled “Efficient Search and its Implications for Patenting of Inventions.” Galperin and Shuler received a grant of about $100,000 to conduct their research.“These awards inspire our researchers to find colleagues across the university ready to work together to pioneer new ideas,” said Denis Wirtz, Vice Provost for Research. “Once again, it is exciting to see these team members clearly reaching beyond their original field of expertise to propose novel research and creative projects. We look forward to seeing what they achieve together in the coming year.” Galperin joined the Carey Business School faculty in 2013, just one year after earning his Ph.D. in management and economic sociology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). His past research has focused on markets with information asymmetries and examining the role of the state in the contexts of medical services, accounting services and consumer credit markets.“This year’s proposals are a testament to the remarkable work of Johns Hopkins researchers across so many fields,” JHU President Ronald J. Daniels told The Hub, JHU’s news website. “Faced with a challenging landscape for federal funding, it is critical we support these cross-divisional teams and the impact of their creativity and discovery on our world.”Johns Hopkins launched both the Discovery Awards program and the Catalyst Awards program for cross-divisional collaborations in 2015. This year’s Catalyst Award winner was Jemima Frimpong, an Assistant Professor of Management and Organization. Catalyst Awards honor early-career JHU faculty members whose work has shown originality and has made an impact in their respective fields. regions: Baltimorecenter_img About the AuthorMax PulciniMax Pulcini is a Philadelphia-based writer and reporter. He has an affinity for Philly sports teams, Super Smash Bros. and cured meats and cheeses. Max has written for Philadelphia-based publications such as Spirit News, Philadelphia City Paper, and Billy Penn, as well as national news outlets like The Daily Beast.View more posts by Max Pulcini Carey School of Business Professor Earns Discovery Awards Research Grantlast_img read more

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