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News-Medical-Net
Researchers discover pathway linking oxidative stress and cysteine in Huntington's diseasemany serious conditions. Researchers Juan Sbodio, Ph.D.; Solomon Snyder, M.D.,
Researchers discover pathway linking oxidative stress and cysteine in Huntington's disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 23 hours ago
many serious conditions. Researchers Juan Sbodio, Ph.D.; Solomon Snyder, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc.; and Bindu Paul, Ph.D., all of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's Solomon H. Snyder Department of Neuroscience, say that while there are many... Read more
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FOX News
Study reveals how oxidative stress causes damage in incurable Huntington's diseasewould affect the response of ATF4 because of cysteine’s role in cellular defens
Study reveals how oxidative stress causes damage in incurable Huntington's disease
FOX News / Posted yesterday
would affect the response of ATF4 because of cysteine’s role in cellular defense,” study author Dr. Bindhu Paul, Ph.D. of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine’s Solomon H. Snyder Department of Neuroscience, said in the release. They... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers discover a way that animals keep their cells identicalLead author Hai Le (B.S. '13, biological science), an undergraduate researcher
Researchers discover a way that animals keep their cells identical
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
Lead author Hai Le (B.S. '13, biological science), an undergraduate researcher in Jose's lab who is now a student at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, presented a poster at UMD's Bioscience Day conference in 2012. Future... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Advocates call on state to offer buprenorphine to opioid addicts in jails, prisonsmight benefit from it "is plain wrong," said Dr. Michael Fingerhood, an addicti
Advocates call on state to offer buprenorphine to opioid addicts in jails, prisons
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
might benefit from it "is plain wrong," said Dr. Michael Fingerhood, an addiction specialist and an associate professor at the Johns Hopkins University. "If a patient comes in on blood-pressure medication, they receive it," he said. "But if one of... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Should we be protecting historic sites in space?though the moon is currently protected by its remoteness, Ann Darrin, managing
Should we be protecting historic sites in space?
KERA North Texas / Posted 2 days ago
though the moon is currently protected by its remoteness, Ann Darrin, managing executive of the Space Exploration Sector at The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, says it won’t always be so difficult to get to outer space. “When... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Marylanders grapple with oppressive heat in Baltimoretraipsed through the Inner Harbor, and a construction crew worked to finish an
Marylanders grapple with oppressive heat in Baltimore
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 days ago
traipsed through the Inner Harbor, and a construction crew worked to finish an apartment building for students near the Johns Hopkins University in Charles Village. Everyone looked for their own way to stay cool. Some people carried... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Internal Affairs investigations underway for three Baltimore police officers in Freddie Gray casehigher in Baltimore. "Police don't appear capable of policing themselves," sai
Internal Affairs investigations underway for three Baltimore police officers in Freddie Gray case
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 days ago
higher in Baltimore. "Police don't appear capable of policing themselves," said Lester Spence, an associate professor at the Johns Hopkins University who studies race and urban politics. "Based on the day-to-day experiences of working-class black... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Why kicking the opioid habit can be so toughthat initial quit attempt failed. None of this surprises addiction specialist
Why kicking the opioid habit can be so tough
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 5 days ago
that initial quit attempt failed. None of this surprises addiction specialist Kelly Dunn, who researches the issue at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, in Baltimore. "When you stop taking opioids it takes time for your body to... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Computer game improves children's math performanceParents whose children struggle with math may have new reason to be hopeful: A
Computer game improves children's math performance
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
Parents whose children struggle with math may have new reason to be hopeful: A recent study at the Johns Hopkins University suggests that young people can improve their performance by carrying out a few simple computer exercises unrelated to numbers... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Utilities commit to growing contracting diversity programHopkins, BGE announce major job initiative with 25 Baltimore companies When th
Utilities commit to growing contracting diversity program
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
Hopkins, BGE announce major job initiative with 25 Baltimore companies When the Johns Hopkins University board met last November to talk about an initiative aimed at improving the city's economic prospects by hiring more local and minority-owned... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Why kicking the opioid habit can be so toughthat initial quit attempt failed. None of this surprises addiction specialist
Why kicking the opioid habit can be so tough
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
that initial quit attempt failed. None of this surprises addiction specialist Kelly Dunn, who researches the issue at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, in Baltimore. "When you stop taking opioids it takes time for your body to... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Leo James D'Aleo, Baltimore architect, dieshe conceived a tube-shaped walkway that connected a garage and a cancer treatme
Leo James D'Aleo, Baltimore architect, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 7 days ago
he conceived a tube-shaped walkway that connected a garage and a cancer treatment center. On University Parkway, facing the Johns Hopkins University, he designed the Colonnade, a condominium, hotel and restaurant. Other projects included work... Read more
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The Daily Record
Dave Beck, Mark Robinson, Adrian Johnson and Christopher Holt | Md. Council on Economic Educationgoverning board of trustees. Holt has more than 25 years of experience in the b
Dave Beck, Mark Robinson, Adrian Johnson and Christopher Holt | Md. Council on Economic Education
The Daily Record / Posted 7 days ago
governing board of trustees. Holt has more than 25 years of experience in the banking and financial services industry. Holt earned his degree from St. Mary’s College and a Master of Science in real estate finance from The Johns Hopkins Univ... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Protein that boosts growth of damaged muscle tissue identifiedmay lead to treatments for muscle degeneration caused by old age and diseases s
Protein that boosts growth of damaged muscle tissue identified
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
may lead to treatments for muscle degeneration caused by old age and diseases such as muscular dystrophy. Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University found that the protein called integrin is present on the stem cell surface and used by stem... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
People with history of skin cancer still getting sunburned, study findseffective,” Dr. Anna Chien, co-director of the Cutaneous Translational Research
People with history of skin cancer still getting sunburned, study finds
Baltimore Sun / Posted 7 days ago
effective,” Dr. Anna Chien, co-director of the Cutaneous Translational Research Program in the Department of Dermatology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.“ said in a statement. Only then can we make strides in helping patients... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Antibiotic usage, infections may contribute to manic episodes in people with mental disorderssays Robert Yolken, M.D., the Theodore and Vada Stanley Distinguished Professor
Antibiotic usage, infections may contribute to manic episodes in people with mental disorders
News-Medical-Net / Posted 7 days ago
says Robert Yolken, M.D., the Theodore and Vada Stanley Distinguished Professor of Neurovirology in Pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. "This means we should focus on good-quality health care and infection... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study shows many nonmelanoma skin cancer patients still get sunburnedsays Anna Chien, M.D., co-director of the Cutaneous Translational Research Prog
Study shows many nonmelanoma skin cancer patients still get sunburned
News-Medical-Net / Posted 7 days ago
says Anna Chien, M.D., co-director of the Cutaneous Translational Research Program in the Department of Dermatology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. "Only then can we make strides in helping patients improve their sun... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Molly K. Macauley, vice president of an environmental think tank, dieseconomics from the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Va., and earned a
Molly K. Macauley, vice president of an environmental think tank, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
economics from the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Va., and earned a master's degree in 1981 in economics from the Johns Hopkins University and a doctorate, also in economics, in 1983. "She knew what her purpose in life was at an early... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Do workplace wellness programs work?they can be effective." Ron Goetzel, senior scientist and director of the Inst
Do workplace wellness programs work?
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
they can be effective." Ron Goetzel, senior scientist and director of the Institute for Health and Productivity Studies at the Johns Hopkins University, said that while most companies claim to offer wellness services, a 2004 Kaiser study found far... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Charm City: It’s Not About Freddie Gray, but Baltimore’s Economic PlungeAuthored by Steve H. Hanke of The Johns Hopkins University. Follow him on Twitt
Charm City: It’s Not About Freddie Gray, but Baltimore’s Economic Plunge
Zero Hedge / Posted 9 days ago
Authored by Steve H. Hanke of The Johns Hopkins University. Follow him on Twitter @Steve_Hanke. After today’s acquittal of Lt. Brian Rice in the ongoing Freddie Gray saga, lead prosecutor Marilyn Mosby is batting a perfect 0-4. The three previous... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Stunning footage of Pluto's surfaceago, we still had no real idea of what the Pluto system was like," said Hal Wea
Stunning footage of Pluto's surface
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
ago, we still had no real idea of what the Pluto system was like," said Hal Weaver, New Horizons project scientist from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland. "But it didn't take long for us to realize... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Five Minutes with Arthur Bell Jr. of the eponymous advisory firmtitle: Chairman of Arthur Bell Birthplace: Burlington, Vt. Residence: Ellicot
Five Minutes with Arthur Bell Jr. of the eponymous advisory firm
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 days ago
title: Chairman of Arthur Bell Birthplace: Burlington, Vt. Residence: Ellicott City Education: Bachelor's degree, the Johns Hopkins University Family: Wife of 30 years, daughter, grandson and granddaughter Hobbies/interests: Racing... Read more
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Daily Mail
What it would be like to land on Pluto: Nasa releases stunning videoago, we still had no real idea of what the Pluto system was like,’ said Hal Wea
What it would be like to land on Pluto: Nasa releases stunning video
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
ago, we still had no real idea of what the Pluto system was like,’ said Hal Weaver, New Horizons project scientist from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland. ‘But it didn’t take long for us to realize... Read more
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The Daily Record
Sunil Kumarof Chicago Booth School of Business, has been appointed provost and senior vice
Sunil Kumar
The Daily Record / Posted 12 days ago
of Chicago Booth School of Business, has been appointed provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at the Johns Hopkins University, effective Sept. 1. Kumar will be Johns Hopkins’ chief academic officer/ He will work with the... Read more
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The Daily Record
Sunil Kumarof Chicago Booth School of Business, has been appointed provost and senior vice
Sunil Kumar
The Daily Record / Posted 12 days ago
of Chicago Booth School of Business, has been appointed provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at the Johns Hopkins University, effective Sept. 1. Kumar will be Johns Hopkins’ chief academic officer/ He will work with the... Read more
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PhysOrg
New Horizons scientist on what we've learned so far from New HorizonsHorizons mission, reacts to seeing the spacecraft's sharpest image of Pluto bef
New Horizons scientist on what we've learned so far from New Horizons
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
Horizons mission, reacts to seeing the spacecraft's sharpest image of Pluto before closest approach on July 14, 2015, at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland. With him are MIT graduate student Alissa Earle... Read more
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Boston Globe
New Horizons scientists celebrate one year since Pluto encounter; look forward to more explorationcame within 7,767 miles of Pluto’s surface on July 14, 2015, to take amazing ph
New Horizons scientists celebrate one year since Pluto encounter; look forward to more exploration
Boston Globe / Posted 12 days ago
came within 7,767 miles of Pluto’s surface on July 14, 2015, to take amazing photos and transmit them back to earth. The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Md., designed, built, and operates the New Horizons... Read more
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PhysOrg
Solar probe plus mission moves into advanced developmentEngineers at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel,
Solar probe plus mission moves into advanced development
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
Engineers at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, prepare the developing Solar Probe Plus spacecraft for thermal vacuum tests that simulate conditions in space. Today the spacecraft includes the primary... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New study shows team training of health care staff can reduce patient mortality by 15 percentof health care employees can reduce patient mortality by 15 percent, according
New study shows team training of health care staff can reduce patient mortality by 15 percent
News-Medical-Net / Posted 13 days ago
of health care employees can reduce patient mortality by 15 percent, according to a new study from Rice University, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the University of Central Florida, the U.S. Department of Defense and the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Roughly Speaking podcast: The summer's best movie was made in 1948 (episode 123)is a classic cinematic drama about gold fever, grit and greed. Linda DeLibero i
Roughly Speaking podcast: The summer's best movie was made in 1948 (episode 123)
Baltimore Sun / Posted 13 days ago
is a classic cinematic drama about gold fever, grit and greed. Linda DeLibero is director of film and media studies at the Johns Hopkins University and she co-directs the Hopkins/MICA film center. 25:39: Bonus: On this 14th of July, Bastille... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Why young Americans are having kids before marriagewhy many millennials are having babies before tying the knot, a new study has f
Why young Americans are having kids before marriage
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
why many millennials are having babies before tying the knot, a new study has found. A study led by Andrew J Cherlin from the Johns Hopkins University in US is the first to trace how the income gap, a large-scale societal trend, affects individual... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore police to canvass Roland Park neighborhood where fatal stabbing occurredthink tank that produces research on the environment and natural resources. She
Baltimore police to canvass Roland Park neighborhood where fatal stabbing occurred
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
think tank that produces research on the environment and natural resources. She was also an adjunct economics professor at the Johns Hopkins University for nearly 20 years. Police said Monday's canvass of the area would include Baltimore police... Read more
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The Columbian
Mary Lincoln’s demons blamed on lack of B-12medical history of Abraham Lincoln, detailed his theory in the journal Perspect
Mary Lincoln’s demons blamed on lack of B-12
The Columbian / Posted 17 days ago
medical history of Abraham Lincoln, detailed his theory in the journal Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, published by the Johns Hopkins University Press. Mary Lincoln’s litany of ailments and complaints was often thought to be, in part, those... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic Cardiology Welcomes New Provider - TYLER – CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic Cardiology welcomed new provider James Hoff M.D. to serve the patients of East Texas in early July. “We are excited to add Dr. Hoff to our already outst...resource in offering the highest levels of care to our patients here.” Dr. Hof
CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic Cardiology Welcomes New Provider - TYLER – CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic Cardiology welcomed new provider James Hoff M.D. to serve the patients of East Texas in early July. “We are excited to add Dr. Hoff to our already outst...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
resource in offering the highest levels of care to our patients here.” Dr. Hoff earned his undergraduate degree from the Johns Hopkins University before completing his medical degree at Columbia and his residency at Cornell University Medical... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study suggests final fusion surgery in children with early-onset scoliosis can be eliminatednecessary, and now we have found that that's not true," says Paul Sponseller, M
Study suggests final fusion surgery in children with early-onset scoliosis can be eliminated
News-Medical-Net / Posted 19 days ago
necessary, and now we have found that that's not true," says Paul Sponseller, M.D., a pediatric orthopaedic surgeon at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and an author of a report on the study appearing on July 6 in The Journal of... Read more
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The Daily Record
Daniels’ term as JHU president extended 5 years Ronald J. Daniels' tenure as president of the Johns Hopkins University has be
Daniels’ term as JHU president extended 5 years
The Daily Record / Posted 20 days ago
Ronald J. Daniels' tenure as president of the Johns Hopkins University has been extended by five years, meaning he is now slated to lead the institution through June of 2024. The move comes just two... Read more
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Newsmax
Can Blood Test Indicate If Colon Cancer Will Return?in the blood of cancer patients, recurrence is very likely," said Nickolas Papa
Can Blood Test Indicate If Colon Cancer Will Return?
Newsmax / Posted 20 days ago
in the blood of cancer patients, recurrence is very likely," said Nickolas Papadopoulos, professor of oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. With further research, scientists hope to improve on genetic-based blood... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Genetic test detects colon cancer-linked DNA in blood to predict disease recurrence riskin the blood of cancer patients, recurrence is very likely," says Nickolas Papa
Genetic test detects colon cancer-linked DNA in blood to predict disease recurrence risk
News-Medical-Net / Posted 20 days ago
in the blood of cancer patients, recurrence is very likely," says Nickolas Papadopoulos, Ph.D., professor of oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and member of its Kimmel Cancer Center. Currently, some 40 percent of... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Blood test may indicate if colon cancer will returnin the blood of cancer patients, recurrence is very likely," said Nickolas Papa
Blood test may indicate if colon cancer will return
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 21 days ago
in the blood of cancer patients, recurrence is very likely," said Nickolas Papadopoulos, professor of oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. With further research, scientists hope to improve on genetic-based blood... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Mary Todd Lincoln's demons blamed on vitamin B-12 deficiencymedical history of Abraham Lincoln, detailed his theory in the journal Perspect
Mary Todd Lincoln's demons blamed on vitamin B-12 deficiency
Baltimore Sun / Posted 22 days ago
medical history of Abraham Lincoln, detailed his theory in the journal Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, published by the Johns Hopkins University Press. Mary Lincoln's litany of ailments and complaints was often thought to be, in part, those... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Mary Todd Lincoln's demons blamed on vitamin B-12 deficiencymedical history of Abraham Lincoln, detailed his theory in the journal Perspect
Mary Todd Lincoln's demons blamed on vitamin B-12 deficiency
Chicago Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
medical history of Abraham Lincoln, detailed his theory in the journal Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, published by the Johns Hopkins University Press. Mary Lincoln's litany of ailments and complaints was often thought to be, in part, those... Read more
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Psych Central
Mouse Study Offers New Insights on Alzheimer’soutside these cells, mucking up the nerve cells controlling memory, said Philip
Mouse Study Offers New Insights on Alzheimer’s
Psych Central / Posted 22 days ago
outside these cells, mucking up the nerve cells controlling memory, said Philip C. Wong, Ph.D., professor of pathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. What hasn’t been clear is the relationship and timing between those two... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New mouse model reveals how Alzheimer's causes dementiathese cells, mucking up the nerve cells controlling memory, notes notes Philip
New mouse model reveals how Alzheimer's causes dementia
News-Medical-Net / Posted 23 days ago
these cells, mucking up the nerve cells controlling memory, notes notes Philip C. Wong, Ph.D., professor of pathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. What hasn't been clear is the relationship and timing between those two... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study could offer new ways to enhance cancer immunotherapyantitumor T cells persist or hang around in the body longer," says Jonathan Pow
Study could offer new ways to enhance cancer immunotherapy
News-Medical-Net / Posted 23 days ago
antitumor T cells persist or hang around in the body longer," says Jonathan Powell, M.D., Ph.D., a professor of oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and associate director of its Bloomberg-Kimmel Institute for Cancer... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore police build chaplain corps to help heal relations with communitySome congregated in West Baltimore later that day. "Our sole job was to promot
Baltimore police build chaplain corps to help heal relations with community
Baltimore Sun / Posted 24 days ago
Some congregated in West Baltimore later that day. "Our sole job was to promote peace," said Hassan A. Amin, an imam at the Johns Hopkins University. The expansion of the chaplain program is the work of Lt. Col. Melvin Russell. Russell, who... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month: Schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anxiety, dementia, and depressionlanguage, and visual-spatial skills.Dr. Emily Severance, member of the Stanley
National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month: Schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anxiety, dementia, and depression
Bel Marra Health / Posted 25 days ago
language, and visual-spatial skills.Dr. Emily Severance, member of the Stanley Division of Developmental Neurovirology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, said in the news release, “It’s far too early to single out candida... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Studying addiction at the cellular level to find treatment for binge behaviorhappens in the brain as these processes occur is less well understood. But a gr
Studying addiction at the cellular level to find treatment for binge behavior
Baltimore Sun / Posted 26 days ago
happens in the brain as these processes occur is less well understood. But a group of neuroscientists based at the Johns Hopkins University has shed new light on the question, stirring hopes that researchers might one day develop... Read more
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The Daily Record
Jessica Lunken | Peabody Institute Jessica Lunken has joined the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins Universi
Jessica Lunken | Peabody Institute
The Daily Record / Posted 26 days ago
Jessica Lunken has joined the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University as associate dean for external relations, leading Peabody's development, constituent engagement, communications and marketing... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore again seeks gunshot detection system to aid in shooting investigationsefforts. The state never sent the money from the original grant, because the c
Baltimore again seeks gunshot detection system to aid in shooting investigations
Baltimore Sun / Posted 26 days ago
efforts. The state never sent the money from the original grant, because the city did not proceed with the purchase. The Johns Hopkins University tested the technology about a decade ago near the Homewood campus using a donated system. When... Read more
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