Back on the airwaves after 43
Pioneering Hopkins TV program will make brief return
The Johns Hopkins Science Review, a pioneering
educational television program that was a surprise hit in
the 1950s, is returning to television for the first time in
43 years. The university will air four of the original
episodes in successive weeks beginning Friday, Oct. 31,
with an episode titled "Profile on Poe."
Conference center open for JH
Johns Hopkins activity at its new Mt. Washington
campus continues to gear up — and more is to come.
On April 18, the university purchased the 68-acre Mt.
Washington Corporate Campus from the St. Paul Cos. in order
to relocate administrative offices to the north Baltimore
site and provide needed expansion room for the university
and health system.
Sudden cardiac death: Unraveling the
Six months ago a center was formed; this week its
researchers want to lift the curtain on the center's
future. On Thursday afternoon, the Donald W. Reynolds
Cardiovascular Clinical Research Center will host its
inaugural Symposium on Sudden Cardiac Death. The event will
present an overview of the center's scientific goals, which
are to discover the causes and warning signs of and
ultimately prevent sudden cardiac death, one of the leading
causes of death among American adults.