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In memoriam
Radiation oncology pioneer dies at 77
Published Aug 21, 2018
During 40 years at Hopkins, Moody Wharam created refined treatments for pediatric cancers that improved survival rates and in some cases remain the standard of care today
In Memoriam
Slavery scholar Willie Lee Rose dies at 91
Published June 25, 2018
Her 'Rehearsal for Reconstruction,' published in 1964, is considered a groundbreaking work in the scholarly reconsideration of North American slavery
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Experimental physicist Aihud Pevsner dies at 92
Published June 21, 2018
His discovery of the subatomic particle called the Eta meson helped guide the development of the Standard Model of particle physics
In Memoriam
Pioneer of pediatric medicine
Published June 18, 2018
Alex Haller, who transformed the practice of pediatric care at Hopkins and across the nation, dies at 91
In Memoriam
Legal scholar Joel Grossman dies at 81
Published June 6, 2018
He taught political science at Johns Hopkins from 1996 until his retirement in 2013
In Memoriam
Nancy L. Karweit dies at 77
Published May 9, 2018
A groundbreaking researcher in early childhood education, she worked at Johns Hopkins for 36 years
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Pioneering scientist Murray Sachs dies at 77
Published March 5, 2018
His research on how the brain receives, processes sound paved the way for the development of cochlear implants
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Longtime Hopkins chemist dies at 74
Published March 2, 2018
Gary Posner, best known for pioneering research in organocopper chemistry, joined JHU faculty in 1969
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Longtime basketball coach Nancy Funk dies at 66
Published Feb 7, 2018
She led the Blue Jays to 26 winning records in 31 seasons before retiring in 2017
'Miss Minnie,' beloved longtime Hopkins employee, dies at 96
Published Jan 23, 2018
She came to Hopkins as a cafeteria worker in 1946, retired as assistant to the president in 2007