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Johns hopkins medicine

Two from Hopkins elected to American Academy
Published April 12, 2017
Paul Rothman, Arturo Casadevall among 228 new members named to honorary society
In memoriam
Philip Zieve dies at 84
Published Sept 14, 2016
Hematologist was instrumental in facilitating physical redevelopment of what is today Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Tough jobs
Published Summer 2014 Photos
Firefighters' disproportionate risk of heart disease and other research findings. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Nice try, guys
Published Spring 2014 Photos
A shot of testosterone to the brain doesn't necessarily help male canaries attract mates. Read our roundup of the latest research findings. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Testing, testing
Published Winter 2013 Photos
Common courtesy isn't all that common among new physicians. Read our roundup of the latest research findings. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Cancer biology
Cancer in 3-D
Published Winter 2013
Denis Wirtz believes that to understand cancer, biologists need to think outside the Petri dish. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Addressing the nature of suffering
Published Winter 2013
Palliative care addresses what curative treatment may not: pain, anxiety, and the reluctance to talk about dying. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Heart health
Close to her heart
Published Winter 2013
Psychiatric social worker and philanthropist Irene Pollin made a $10 million gift to help prevent heart disease. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Hearing loss and brain function
Published Jan 23, 2013
Johns Hopkins hearing experts have found that older adults with hearing loss are more likely to develop cognitive problems than those with normal hearing / Johns Hopkins Medicine