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Philip Johns received his doctorate from the University of Chicago. Johns has taught at the University of Maryland, Swarthmore College, Villanova University, and the University of Chicago. He was a Postdoctoral Fellow in the National Institutes of Health Neuroethology Training Program at the University of Maryland, and a Century Graduate Fellow at the University of Chicago. Johns has authored numerous publications and presentations related to evolutionary genetics. Johns has been assistant professor of biology at Bard College from 2007 to the present.
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October 8, 2009
- Bard Conservatory of US-China Music Presents Second Annual China Now Festival: China and America – Unity in Music
- Replacing Meat with Plant-Based Alternatives in American Diets Would Minimize Cropland Use and Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Says New Study Coauthored by Bard College Professor Gidon Eshel
- Antibiotic Pollution and Resistance Have Created a Public Health Crisis Requiring Large-Scale Policy Changes, Says Study Coauthored by Bard Professor Gabriel Perron
- New Study Coauthored by Bard Philosophy Professor in Journal Nature Human Behaviour Finds People Reluctant to Accept Genetic Explanations for Antisocial Behaviors