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November 2, 2009
A bold vision
Johns Hopkins has launched the bold, Genes to Society vision of medical education in a state-of-the-art building specifically designed to support it.
As the campus’ first new medical education center in 25 years, the Anne and Mike Armstrong Medical Education Building offers innovative classrooms with projection capabilities on all four walls and mobile podiums for instructors. Full story
Johns Hopkins’ efforts in the fight against H1N1
In a front-page article, USA TODAY explored how doctors and other medical experts on the front lines at Johns Hopkins Hospital are handling the surge of H1N1 cases. Full story
At least one Hopkins employee personally knows the benefit of the United Way of Central Maryland.
Shercese Jennings, a geriatric nursing assistant at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, says an East Baltimore program for women and children has helped her to remain drug-free and sober for the past seven years. Jennings encourages faculty and staff to participate in the Johns Hopkins Medicine United Way campaign, which continues through Nov. 6. Full story
Under the Dome
Rapid rise brings Miller to influential post as VP for medical affairs
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