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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University September 15, 2003 | Vol. 33 No. 3

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Learning the business of biotech
Students flock to new group offering speakers, networking opportunities

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Graduate student Aditya Polsani must wonder what he has to do for an en-core, as the organization he recently co-founded appears to be the hottest act in town. Polsani is president of the Hopkins Biotech Network, a student-run organization that seeks to promote education, career development and networking in the field of biotechnology.
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Info security chief named for Hopkins
An enormous amount of sensitive information is generated each day within The Johns Hopkins University and The Johns Hopkins Health System, from student and employee data to medical records, in paper documents and electronics files. To make sure this information is collected and stored in a safe and secure manner, Johns Hopkins has appointed Darren Lacey to serve as chief security officer/information security policy coordinator for the university and the health system.
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Finding a way to fight mom/baby HIV transmission
In the Sept. 13 issue of The Lancet, Johns Hopkins and Ugandan researchers report final results of a study showing that a safe, simple and inexpensive treatment reduces transmission of HIV from mothers to babies during childbirth and the first few weeks of life, offering a good chance to curb the spread of HIV.
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New pollutant cleanup technique puzzles — and pleases — chemists

Athletic directors launch effort to eliminate proposed NCAA change

Writing Seminars will offer two-year M.F.A. degree in fiction and poetry

Emerson String Quartet opens Shriver Hall Concert Series

United Way Day of Caring

JHPIEGO announces recipients of first Leadership in Health Awards

Study: AIDS development can be monitored and predicted


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