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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University April 11, 2005 | Vol. 34 No. 29

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SOM honors young researchers
Young Investigators' Day recognizes innovative, groundbreaking work

Alicia Showalter Reynolds Research Award recipient Luisa Cochella, right, in the laboratory with mentor Rachel Green.

It's said that "two's company, three's a crowd." But in scientific research, the right cliche more often is "the more, the merrier." At the School of Medicine on April 14, 11 students and seven fellows will join the ranks of Young Investigators' Day award recipients during the 28th annual celebration of trainees and their work.
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Security uses new 'smart cameras'
Continuing its efforts to enhance the security of students, faculty and staff, the university has installed on the Homewood campus a state-of-the-art closed-circuit TV system that alerts operators when it spots suspicious activity.
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Nurse gets $2.1 million to study living organ donors
School of Nursing faculty member Marie Nolan will lead a team of Johns Hopkins investigators in a $2.1 million study to determine how potential kidney donors make their donation decision and how kidney donors recover after the surgery.
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JHU salutes its 4,200 student employees and their employers

Professional clothing drive set for April 21

Poet Galway Kinnell reads at Hodson Hall

Abuse and HIV status linked to suicide risk, SPH study finds

U.S.-India research team finishes analysis of X chromsome

'New York Times' executive editor William Keller to speak April 26

Materials Science graduate students to hold daylong symposium

Studies are set to fight TB/HIV in Africa, Brazil


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