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In Memoriam
Donald Price, a pioneer in clinical and experimental neuropathology, dies at 87
Published May 31, 2023
Price, the founding director of the Division of Neuropathology at Johns Hopkins Medicine is remembered for his mentorship and influential research
Heart attacks associated with faster cognitive decline over years
Published May 31, 2023
A new Johns Hopkins Medicine study finds that participants' decline in global cognition after a heart attack was equivalent to about six to 13 years of cognitive aging
A history of healing
Published May 31, 2023
Kay Redfield Jamison discusses her latest book, which takes a nonlinear approach to cataloguing the history of psychotherapy
Married people who cheat don't regret it
Published May 22, 2023
Married people who have affairs find them highly satisfying, express little remorse, and believe the cheating didn't hurt their otherwise healthy marriages, finds a new Johns Hopkins report on the psychology of infidelity
New study reveals set of brain regions that control complex sequences of movement
Published May 13, 2023
A new study in mice highlights areas of their brains that control complex movements. The findings could be used to target those regions in humans and restore motor function caused by injury or illness
Artificial Intelligence
Smoke signals
Published May 12, 2023
Researchers use artificial intelligence to analyze Reddit posts, gaining valuable insights into how people think about vaping
As COVID-19 emergency ends, Hopkins experts wary about next time
Published May 11, 2023
Several emergency declarations have ended, but panelists at Wednesday's virtual briefing agree that the pandemic isn't over, even as its severity has waned
Study of cancer metastasis gets $35M boost at Hopkins Medicine
Published May 10, 2023
Gift from researcher, philanthropist, and race car driver Theodore Giovanis will help scientists find ways to stop the spread of cancer in the body
Health Policy Forum
Lujan Grisham champions power of policy during JHU talk
Published May 9, 2023
New Mexico governor urges students to lean into public health policy to 'create a sea change for the country'
What does the end of the COVID federal emergency mean?
Published May 8, 2023
The federal government rolls back certain pandemic protections May 11. What are the ramifications? Johns Hopkins experts weigh in.
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