A HEMI Fellow must be able to be a principal investigator (not just a co-investigator) on a research grant as defined by Homewood Academic Council. A subset within the HEMI Fellows is the HEMI tenured and tenure-track faculty who can vote on faculty appointments. All privileges accorded by Homewood Academic Council are de jure available to HEMI Fellows. Typically, this means they are Johns Hopkins University tenured and tenure-track faculty, research faculty or Applied Physics Laboratory professional staff.
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