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COVID-19 has slowed surgical innovations, study shows
Published May 21, 2021
Pandemic-related shutdowns and remote work have changed how health care workers interact and slowed the pipeline of innovation and discovery
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Seeing colleagues succeed may make us feel more motivated
Published May 7, 2021
Carey Business School's Christopher Myers discusses new findings that exceptional success—like failures—inspire us to learn from others' experiences
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A conversation with CDC Director Rochelle P. Walensky
Published April 30, 2021
Walensky, a School of Medicine alum, shares how Hopkins has influenced her career and shaped her vision for leading the country out of the COVID-19 pandemic
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The ills of pandemic fatigue
Published Feb 9, 2021
As the U.S. nears the anniversary of the first cases of community transmission of COVID-19, expert Caitlin Rivers discusses why we must remain dedicated to public health practices
International politics
A week after Myanmar coup, tensions still rising
Published Feb 8, 2021
SAIS Distinguished Practitioner-in-Residence Vikram Nehru discusses what brought the country to this point and where it goes from here
Arts
Forging friendships across political divides
Published Nov 6, 2020
SNF Agora Institute, Peabody Institute, and Hopkins at Home host a free radio broadcast of the celebrated opera 'Scalia/Ginsburg' this weekend
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In a world of social distancing, telemedicine is king
Published Aug 5, 2020
Phillip Phan, a professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at the Carey Business School, discusses promising developments in telemedicine that may have been sped up by the onset of the coronavirus pandemic
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Even amid social distancing, 'vicarious learning' can work
Published June 18, 2020
Whether professionally or personally, humans learn from each others' life experiences all the time. How do we continue doing that during COVID-19?
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Can corporations be trusted after regulations are eased during the pandemic?
Published June 4, 2020
Regulations against corporate collusion have been relaxed to help manufacturing during coronavirus pandemic, but will firms do the right thing when the viral threat is over?
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Taming COVID-19 requires urgent search for both vaccine and treatment
Published May 28, 2020
Johns Hopkins lecturer Bonnie Robeson, who led drug discovery and development during AIDS epidemic, shares why scientists should prioritize finding a suitable therapy for COVID-19 as well as a vaccine