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In memoriam
Biochemistry expert P.C. Huang dies at 89
Published Aug 11, 2020
He spent 55 years on the faculty at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, co-edited the field-defining book 'Genetic Issues in Public Health and Medicine'
SNF Agora Institute announces new faculty hires
Published Aug 11, 2020
Henry Farrell, Martha S. Jones, Adam Seth Levine, and Bryce Corrigan join the SNF Agora Institute as new faculty and lecturers
University operations
Undergraduate instruction, activities move online for fall
Published Aug 6, 2020
Students urged to stay home due to resurgence of COVID-19; JHU increasing financial aid and other supports to offset pandemic's burden
In memoriam
Noel R. Rose dies at 92
Published Aug 4, 2020
The longtime Johns Hopkins faculty member, known as the father of autoimmune disease research, held appointments in the schools of Medicine and Public Health
Daniel Polsky named to panel on equitable allocation of COVID-19 vaccines
Published July 31, 2020
Bloomberg Distinguished Professor with appointments in the Carey Business School and Bloomberg School of Public Health joins a panel of experts who will advise policymakers on the fair allocation of COVID-19 vaccines
University makes progress toward equity and inclusion goals
Published July 30, 2020
Reports show greater diversity in composition of university's staff, faculty, and graduate students
Convalescent plasma: A COVID-19 treatment speeds to clinical trials
Published July 28, 2020
An old-school approach offers a fast, stopgap solution for a modern pandemic
Hospital rankings
Johns Hopkins Hospital ranked No. 3 nationally by 'U.S. News'
Published July 28, 2020
Johns Hopkins also ranks among the nation's top 10 in 12 specialty areas, including No. 1 in Ear, Nose, and Throat; Neurology and Neurosurgery; Psychiatry; and Rheumatology
FBI investigates noose found in university-owned building
Published July 28, 2020
JHU has launched a review of its contractor policies to ensure compliance with university principles and reporting practices
Hopkins history
The experiment that proved airborne disease transmission
Published July 22, 2020
Richard Riley's tuberculosis experiments in the 1950s transformed our understanding of how infectious pathogens—now including the coronavirus—move through the air