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News-Medical-Net
Study finds better way to evaluate operating skills of orthopaedic residentsmeasure and give feedback on errors as part of the training,” says Dawn LaPorte
Study finds better way to evaluate operating skills of orthopaedic residents
News-Medical-Net / Posted 9 hours ago
measure and give feedback on errors as part of the training,” says Dawn LaPorte, M.D., professor of orthopaedic surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and an author of a report on the study in the Journal of Surgical Education,... Read more
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Bdnews24.com
Save the Children appoints Ishtiaq Mannan new Deputy Country Director for Bangladeshhe said. He has been working for Save the Children movement since 2009. Prior
Save the Children appoints Ishtiaq Mannan new Deputy Country Director for Bangladesh
Bdnews24.com / Posted 15 hours ago
he said. He has been working for Save the Children movement since 2009. Prior to Save, he worked with organisations like the Johns Hopkins University, icddr-b, UNFPA, and Partners in Population and Development. In addition to his expertise in... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study focuses on critical proteins involved in ovarian cancer biologybecause proteins do the actual work of the genome." Daniel W. Chan, the study'
Study focuses on critical proteins involved in ovarian cancer biology
News-Medical-Net / Posted 17 hours ago
because proteins do the actual work of the genome." Daniel W. Chan, the study's other senior author, who led the team at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, said, "Correlating our data with clinical outcomes is the first step toward... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers find main cause of necrotizing enterocolitis-related lung damage in preemiesteam led by David Hackam, M.D., Ph.D., surgeon-in-chief for the Johns Hopkins C
Researchers find main cause of necrotizing enterocolitis-related lung damage in preemies
News-Medical-Net / Posted 20 hours ago
team led by David Hackam, M.D., Ph.D., surgeon-in-chief for the Johns Hopkins Children's Center and professor of surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, built on an earlier discovery showing that one of the main drivers of... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Clinton K. Macsherry Jr., retired safety engineer and recreational pilot, diesfuture wife, Mary Eleanor Warfield, at a bridge game hosted by his sister. He
Clinton K. Macsherry Jr., retired safety engineer and recreational pilot, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
future wife, Mary Eleanor Warfield, at a bridge game hosted by his sister. He received an engineering degree in 1949 from the Johns Hopkins University, then joined the old United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company. He worked at its Redwood... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Blocking c-Abl enzyme prevents Parkinson’s disease progression in micea connection," says Ted Dawson, M.D., Ph.D., professor of neurology and directo
Blocking c-Abl enzyme prevents Parkinson’s disease progression in mice
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
a connection," says Ted Dawson, M.D., Ph.D., professor of neurology and director of the Institute for Cell Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. "There is already a Food and Drug Administration-approved c-Abl inhibiting... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Rare inherited gene mutations may contribute to severe forms of bipolar disorderon June 1 in JAMA Psychiatry, led by Fernando Goes, M.D., assistant professor o
Rare inherited gene mutations may contribute to severe forms of bipolar disorder
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
on June 1 in JAMA Psychiatry, led by Fernando Goes, M.D., assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, affirms the need for DNA from a vast patient population to definitively... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scientists find link between makeup of individual's microbiome and head and neck cancerin turn," says Rafael Guerrero-Preston, Dr. P.H., M.P.H., assistant professor o
Scientists find link between makeup of individual's microbiome and head and neck cancer
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
in turn," says Rafael Guerrero-Preston, Dr. P.H., M.P.H., assistant professor of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and a member of its Kimmel Cancer Center. "Our findings suggest that we may... Read more
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The Hill
U.S., Mexico, Canada to team up on clean energystakeholders. ON TAP TUESDAY II: The Energy Information Administration (EIA) w
U.S., Mexico, Canada to team up on clean energy
The Hill / Posted 3 days ago
stakeholders. ON TAP TUESDAY II: The Energy Information Administration (EIA) will roll out its Annual Energy Outlook at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. EIA head Adam Sieminski will lead the rollout. Rest... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
NASA extends Hubble contract for Baltimore based researchResearch in Astronomy for continued science operations at the Space Telescope S
NASA extends Hubble contract for Baltimore based research
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
Research in Astronomy for continued science operations at the Space Telescope Science Institute located on the campus of the Johns Hopkins University, according to a NASA statement. The sole-source contract is valued at $2.03 billion. The Space... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Wedded: Michelle Kim and Gregory Laird were a natural matchJune 2011 when Michelle began working in a science lab as a postdoctoral fellow
Wedded: Michelle Kim and Gregory Laird were a natural match
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
June 2011 when Michelle began working in a science lab as a postdoctoral fellow where Gregory, then a graduate student at the Johns Hopkins University, was also working. "He seemed very light," she recalled. "He embodied levity, optimism and... Read more
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The Mercury News
Testing is underway to determine the usefulness of unmanned aircraft in the wake of disastersimages and help locate people who might be injured or trapped. But Timothy Amuk
Testing is underway to determine the usefulness of unmanned aircraft in the wake of disasters
The Mercury News / Posted 4 days ago
images and help locate people who might be injured or trapped. But Timothy Amukele, an assistant professor of pathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, said that biological samples "are not like a shoe or a book;... Read more
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Daily Journal
Use of drones for disaster missions put to the testimages and help locate people who might be injured or trapped. But Timothy Amuk
Use of drones for disaster missions put to the test
Daily Journal / Posted 6 days ago
images and help locate people who might be injured or trapped. But Timothy Amukele, an assistant professor of pathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, said that biological samples "are not like a shoe or a book;... Read more
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Newsmax
Cancer Immunotherapy Drugs Linked to Arthritisbe a complication of drugs that boost the immune system," says study author Lau
Cancer Immunotherapy Drugs Linked to Arthritis
Newsmax / Posted 6 days ago
be a complication of drugs that boost the immune system," says study author Laura C. Cappelli, M.D., a rheumatologist at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. While the study found that a small number of patients — 1.3 percent —... Read more
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Business Wire
National Fuel Elects New Director for Corporate BoardAngels – an early stage investment group, the National Petroleum Council and th
National Fuel Elects New Director for Corporate Board
Business Wire / Posted 6 days ago
Angels – an early stage investment group, the National Petroleum Council and the Technology Commercialization Panel for the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Ranich earned a bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University and a... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Use of drones for disaster missions put to the testimages and help locate people who may be injured or trapped. But Timothy Amukel
Use of drones for disaster missions put to the test
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 6 days ago
images and help locate people who may be injured or trapped. But Timothy Amukele, an assistant professor of pathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, said that biological samples "are not like a shoe or a book,... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
Drones to the Rescue for Disaster Missions?images and help locate people who may be injured or trapped. But Timothy Amukel
Drones to the Rescue for Disaster Missions?
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 6 days ago
images and help locate people who may be injured or trapped. But Timothy Amukele, an assistant professor of pathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, said that biological samples "are not like a shoe or a book,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Taking ipilimumab, nivolumab drugs may increase risk of developing rheumatologic diseasesbe a complication of drugs that boost the immune system," says study author Lau
Taking ipilimumab, nivolumab drugs may increase risk of developing rheumatologic diseases
News-Medical-Net / Posted 6 days ago
be a complication of drugs that boost the immune system," says study author Laura C. Cappelli, M.D., a rheumatologist at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. But the new study, however small in sample size, she says, is believed to be... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Use of drones for disaster missions put to the testimages and help locate people who may be injured or trapped. But Timothy Amukel
Use of drones for disaster missions put to the test
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 6 days ago
images and help locate people who may be injured or trapped. But Timothy Amukele, an assistant professor of pathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, said that biological samples "are not like a shoe or a book,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Use of drones for disaster missions put to the testimages and help locate people who may be injured or trapped. But Timothy Amukel
Use of drones for disaster missions put to the test
PhysOrg / Posted 6 days ago
images and help locate people who may be injured or trapped. But Timothy Amukele, an assistant professor of pathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, said that biological samples "are not like a shoe or a book,... Read more
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Island Packet
Use of drones for disaster missions put to the testimages and help locate people who may be injured or trapped. But Timothy Amukel
Use of drones for disaster missions put to the test
Island Packet / Posted 6 days ago
images and help locate people who may be injured or trapped. But Timothy Amukele, an assistant professor of pathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, said that biological samples "are not like a shoe or a book,... Read more
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The Daily Record
Jeff Kayce, Mike Henehan and Julie Thompson | Bozzutto Developmentat Annapolis Towne Centre. He holds a business degree from Georgetown Universit
Jeff Kayce, Mike Henehan and Julie Thompson | Bozzutto Development
The Daily Record / Posted 7 days ago
at Annapolis Towne Centre. He holds a business degree from Georgetown University and a master’s degree in real estate from The Johns Hopkins University. Mike is an active member of the Washington Real Estate Group, ULI and the DCBIA. Thompson... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Senate blocks access to online data without warrantFeb. 17, 2016, former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, cente
Senate blocks access to online data without warrant
Stamford Advocate / Posted 8 days ago
Feb. 17, 2016, former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, center speaks via video conference to people in the Johns Hopkins University auditorium in Baltimore. The Senate on Wednesday, June 22, 2016, blocked an expansion of the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Senate blocks access to online data without warrantFeb. 17, 2016, former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, cente
Senate blocks access to online data without warrant
Connecticut Post / Posted 8 days ago
Feb. 17, 2016, former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, center speaks via video conference to people in the Johns Hopkins University auditorium in Baltimore. The Senate on Wednesday, June 22, 2016, blocked an expansion of the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Insilico Medicine collaborates with Asia Genomics to develop advanced personalized longevity suiteInsilico Medicine Inc, a big data analytics company located at the Emerging Tec
Insilico Medicine collaborates with Asia Genomics to develop advanced personalized longevity suite
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 days ago
Insilico Medicine Inc, a big data analytics company located at the Emerging Technology Centers at the Johns Hopkins University at Eastern, announced an agreement with Asia Genomics, a Singapore-based rapidly growing molecular diagnostics company... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Experts use next-generation genetic sequencing to diagnose suspected brain infectionsout of 10 patient cases examined in this study," says Carlos Pardo-Villamizar,
Experts use next-generation genetic sequencing to diagnose suspected brain infections
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 days ago
out of 10 patient cases examined in this study," says Carlos Pardo-Villamizar, M.D., associate professor of neurology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. "We hope to develop this technique further as a way to bring the diagnosis... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Bloomberg gift lures star professors to Johns Hopkinsmeasures of the distribution of galaxies. Nearly two dozen Bloomberg Distingui
Bloomberg gift lures star professors to Johns Hopkins
Baltimore Sun / Posted 9 days ago
measures of the distribution of galaxies. Nearly two dozen Bloomberg Distinguished Professors are scattered across the Johns Hopkins University campuses in Baltimore and Laurel, looking for fresh scientific perspectives. University... Read more
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examiner.com
New York Philharmonic brings ‘priceless music absolutely free’ back to QueensPresident Barack Obama. As a teacher, Anthony McGill serves on the faculties of
New York Philharmonic brings ‘priceless music absolutely free’ back to Queens
examiner.com / Posted 9 days ago
President Barack Obama. As a teacher, Anthony McGill serves on the faculties of The Juilliard School, Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University, Bard College Conservatory of Music, and Manhattan School of Music, and has given master classes... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Long-term opioid therapy may not be effective to manage pain in sickle cell disease patientsfor the Johns Hopkins Sickle Cell Center for Adults and assistant professor of
Long-term opioid therapy may not be effective to manage pain in sickle cell disease patients
News-Medical-Net / Posted 9 days ago
for the Johns Hopkins Sickle Cell Center for Adults and assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. "Too little is known about the effects of long-term opioid management of... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Hundreds attend mass burial honoring dead who gave bodies to scienceis a required first-year class that requires working with a cadaver for four or
Hundreds attend mass burial honoring dead who gave bodies to science
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 days ago
is a required first-year class that requires working with a cadaver for four or more hours each day. For students from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and University of Maryland School of medicine, the ceremony allowed them some... Read more
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redOrbit
Pluto's moon Nix is covered in water ice, says NASAcreated by the impact of a small planet onto a young Pluto,” explained New Hori
Pluto's moon Nix is covered in water ice, says NASA
redOrbit / Posted 10 days ago
created by the impact of a small planet onto a young Pluto,” explained New Horizons Project Scientist Hal Weaver with the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Maryland. “So we would expect them all to be made of similar... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New blood test could help predict severity of pulmonary arterial hypertensionsays senior study author Allen Everett, M.D., professor of pediatrics and direc
New blood test could help predict severity of pulmonary arterial hypertension
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
says senior study author Allen Everett, M.D., professor of pediatrics and director of the Pediatric Proteome Center at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. “It could really have value in making decisions about when to escalate... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study emphasizes need for Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program to receive basic HIV careprovided by the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, says HIV specialist Stephen Berry,
Study emphasizes need for Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program to receive basic HIV care
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
provided by the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, says HIV specialist Stephen Berry, M.D., assistant professor of medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the lead author of a report on the study appearing online in the journal... Read more
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PhysOrg
New data compare, contrast Pluto's icy moonsof debris created by the impact of a small planet onto a young Pluto," said New
New data compare, contrast Pluto's icy moons
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
of debris created by the impact of a small planet onto a young Pluto," said New Horizons Project Scientist Hal Weaver, of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland. "So we would expect them all to be made of... Read more
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FOX News
Blood fats may play a role in migrainespatients are diagnosed with migraines on the basis of the symptoms they report,
Blood fats may play a role in migraines
FOX News / Posted 10 days ago
patients are diagnosed with migraines on the basis of the symptoms they report, said study author Dr. B. Lee Peterlin, of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore. "In other words, there is no biomarker or blood test that can... Read more
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FOX News
Blood fats may play a role in migrainespatients are diagnosed with migraines on the basis of the symptoms they report,
Blood fats may play a role in migraines
FOX News / Posted 10 days ago
patients are diagnosed with migraines on the basis of the symptoms they report, said study author Dr. B. Lee Peterlin, of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore. "In other words, there is no biomarker or blood test that can... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Father's Day event celebrates Baltimore dads and their impactkicked out of middle school in the seventh grade for bad behavior, but went on
Father's Day event celebrates Baltimore dads and their impact
Baltimore Sun / Posted 11 days ago
kicked out of middle school in the seventh grade for bad behavior, but went on to earn bachelor's and master's degrees from the Johns Hopkins University. The 24-year-old Baltimore elementary school teacher credits male mentors, coaches and role... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Dr. Lawrence D. Egbert, physician who advocated assisted suicide, diesand attended Woodrow Wilson High School. He left the school after his junior ye
Dr. Lawrence D. Egbert, physician who advocated assisted suicide, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 days ago
and attended Woodrow Wilson High School. He left the school after his junior year, took summer courses and then entered the Johns Hopkins University. Shortly after the end of World War II, he served in the Army in occupied Japan. After several... Read more
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examiner.com
After Central Park concerts, New York Philharmonic summer series heads to borosHarris-Perry. In demand as a teacher, Anthony McGill serves on the faculties of
After Central Park concerts, New York Philharmonic summer series heads to boros
examiner.com / Posted 13 days ago
Harris-Perry. In demand as a teacher, Anthony McGill serves on the faculties of The Juilliard School, Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University, Bard College Conservatory of Music, and Manhattan School of Music, and has given master classes... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Saudi SqueezeAuthored by Steve H. Hanke of The Johns Hopkins University. Follow him on Twitt
The Saudi Squeeze
Zero Hedge / Posted 13 days ago
Authored by Steve H. Hanke of The Johns Hopkins University. Follow him on Twitter @Steve_Hanke. The rate of growth in a country’s money supply, broadly measured, will determine the rate of growth in its nominal GDP. For Saudi Arabia, the following... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Mice study highlights vital role of liver in balancing fats and sugarsso crucial to survival as providing energy to cells." Wolfgang, an associate p
Mice study highlights vital role of liver in balancing fats and sugars
News-Medical-Net / Posted 13 days ago
so crucial to survival as providing energy to cells." Wolfgang, an associate professor of biological chemistry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, says that according to textbooks, the ability to maintain blood glucose... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
John C. Whitaker, who served as aide to President Nixon, diesof Loyola High School. He received a bachelor's degree from Georgetown Universi
John C. Whitaker, who served as aide to President Nixon, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 15 days ago
of Loyola High School. He received a bachelor's degree from Georgetown University, then a doctorate in geology from the Johns Hopkins University. He served in the Navy as a weatherman. In 1958, he married Mary Elizabeth Bradley, who was a... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists find a new way to see inside black holesblack hole. Credit: NASA, ESA, and D. Coe, J. Anderson, and R. van der Marel (S
Scientists find a new way to see inside black holes
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
black hole. Credit: NASA, ESA, and D. Coe, J. Anderson, and R. van der Marel (STScI) Scientists at Towson University and the Johns Hopkins University are reporting a new way to peer through the event horizons around black holes and visualize what... Read more
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Wallaceburg Courier Press
Academic whiz kidrecommended that Kelton be tested by the school. The family provided documenta
Academic whiz kid
Wallaceburg Courier Press / Posted 15 days ago
recommended that Kelton be tested by the school. The family provided documentation showing Kelton being recognized by The Johns Hopkins University Centre for Talented Youth Program with an Award for High Honours for being among the highest... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Hogan's blight program meets skepticism in Sandtownteach students skills in computer science and health care, grant them paid inte
Hogan's blight program meets skepticism in Sandtown
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
teach students skills in computer science and health care, grant them paid internships, and pair them with mentors at IBM, the Johns Hopkins University, Kaiser Permanente and the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Upon graduation, the students... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Academic whiz kidrecommended that Kelton be tested by the school. The family provided documenta
Academic whiz kid
Sarnia Observer / Posted 16 days ago
recommended that Kelton be tested by the school. The family provided documentation showing Kelton being recognized by The Johns Hopkins University Centre for Talented Youth Program with an Award for High Honours for being among the highest... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Academic whiz kidrecommended that Kelton be tested by the school. The family provided documenta
Academic whiz kid
Chatham Daily News / Posted 16 days ago
recommended that Kelton be tested by the school. The family provided documentation showing Kelton being recognized by The Johns Hopkins University Centre for Talented Youth Program with an Award for High Honours for being among the highest... Read more
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Daily Herald
How Naperville plans to improve public data accessfor release. Naperville's participation in What Works Cities also includes ass
How Naperville plans to improve public data access
Daily Herald / Posted 16 days ago
for release. Naperville's participation in What Works Cities also includes assistance in performance management from the Johns Hopkins University Center for Government Excellence. Schatz said this will help the city form a data-driven system... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Helen M. Passano, philanthropist and community volunteer, dies"Tammy" Passano Wiggs of Ruxton, wrote in an email. In 1978, she obtained a ma
Helen M. Passano, philanthropist and community volunteer, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 17 days ago
"Tammy" Passano Wiggs of Ruxton, wrote in an email. In 1978, she obtained a master's degree in administrative science from the Johns Hopkins University. Ms. Passano launched her career in 1969 with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and worked... Read more
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