Archived articles


Cancer research
Protein appears to prevent tumor cells from spreading via blood vessels
Published July 14, 2021
Johns Hopkins researchers identify a key protein in the regulation of cancer metastasis
Confronting a COVID-19 crisis half a world away
Published July 12, 2021
'Dome' catches up with the Hopkins students and faculty working to combat the coronavirus pandemic in India from afar
COVID-19 vaccines and kids
Published July 2, 2021
Public health and medical leaders explore the complexities of vaccinating kids during Johns Hopkins/UW symposium
Caring for a nation
Published Summer 2021
Rochelle Walensky credits Hopkins for setting her on the path to studying infectious diseases and, ultimately, to her work at the CDC. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Will we need a COVID-19 booster?
Published July 1, 2021
In the 'L.A. Times,' Johns Hopkins vaccine expert Kawsar Talaat discusses factors that may determine whether boosters are needed / Los Angeles Times
Alumni spotlight
Alum Taz Shah named Emerson Fellow
Published July 1, 2021
The 2019 graduate will work with community organizations focused on national anti-hunger and anti-poverty policies
Winning hearts and minds
Published June 30, 2021
Johns Hopkins epidemiologist Jennifer Nuzzo encourages empathy in conversations with COVID-19 vaccine skeptics
Will COVID-19 resurge in the fall?
Published June 29, 2021
Infectious disease modelers explore how COVID-19 could play out in the next six months
Higher selenium and manganese levels during pregnancy may protect babies from future high blood pressure
Published June 29, 2021
Manganese may also protect against the hypertensive effect of the heavy metal cadmium
Vaccine tracking
Global policies on COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy vary widely by country according to new online tracker
Published June 28, 2021
Johns Hopkins project provides worldwide snapshot of policies influencing access to COVID-19 vaccines for pregnant and lactating people