Johns Hopkins celebrates its first century of brain
Two symposia and a gala pay tribute to researchers and
What's in a name? At Johns Hopkins, a formal
Department of Neuroscience was founded 25 years ago, but
the institution's contributions to understanding and
studying the brain started three-quarters of a century
before that, in 1906.
Traffic safety model can help authorities prepare for avian
As the threat of a potential influenza pandemic looms,
researchers from the Johns
Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, believe that a
1960s traffic safety model can be a useful tool for
preparing for a potential outbreak.
National leader in alumni relations to join Johns Hopkins
Johns Hopkins looms large among some of the earliest
childhood memories of the university's next executive
director of alumni relations.
"My grandmother brought me on 'senior'
Orioles games on 33rd Street," David Flinchbaugh said, "and
I remember well that my first view of the Homewood campus
was out the bus window as a little boy. That sticks with me
to this day."