Tackling the effects of 'drug
New clinic focuses on problems unique to HIV/AIDS
Thanks to advances in treatment, HIV-infected
individuals today can live longer and relatively healthier
lives. But what are the physical effects of prolonged life
with HIV? This once uncharted territory has begun to be
SPH creates new scholar program
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has
created a pioneering new scholarship program to help
recruit the next generation of public health leaders.
Likened to a Rhodes scholarship for health, the Sommer
Scholars program seeks to train the brightest, most
promising students from around the globe.
Mouse study: 'Critical' Down syndrome region
After five years of work, Johns Hopkins researchers
report that a particular genetic region long assumed to be
a critical factor in Down syndrome isn't nearly as
important as once thought.