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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University March 28, 2005 | Vol. 34 No. 27

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Trinh suspect arrested
DNA sample leads police to 27-year-old man 'not a stranger' to campus

JHU President William R. Brody takes questions at the press briefing held March 23 at police headquarters. With him is Police Commissioner Leonard Hamm.

Baltimore City Police announced on March 23 the arrest of a 27-year-old male Baltimore resident charged with the murder of Johns Hopkins undergraduate Linda Trinh. The capture of the suspect effectively ends a search that included two months of forensic laboratory investigations and hundreds of interviews by detectives.
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HHMI taps two on SOM faculty
Two School of Medicine faculty were among a group of 43 recently tapped as Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigators, a prestigious honor that recognizes the nation's most promising biomedical scientists.
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Study: Preventing heart disease in black Americans
Upgraded community health services, including checkups by phone or in person with a local nurse practitioner at a neighborhood clinic, and free charge cards for medications are almost nine times more likely to benefit black Americans at greater risk of heart disease than full-service physician care alone. The analysis by researchers at Johns Hopkins, published in the journal Circulation online March 16, is the first to test which model works best when patients have equal and unrestricted access to health care services.
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J-Stream, student video station, provides Internet showcase

Waist size proves better predictor of diabetes risk in adult men

Phyllis Bryn-Julson to perform for the last time at Peabody

'Caroline's Debut' returns to Homewood

Simulator helps ID least forceful way to manage problem deliveries

More alcohol-related plane crashes occur at night, study shows

Earlier use of prostate cancer vaccines urged by JHU scientists


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