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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University February 5, 2007 | Vol. 36 No. 20

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A cavalcade of concerts begins
Hundreds of Peabody alumni, faculty tune up to perform in February

Jazz trumpeter Dontae Winslow plays at his alma mater in March.

The Peabody Institute's presence will be felt — and heard — here, there and everywhere in February, as hundreds of students, faculty and alumni are set to join in a global 150th birthday tribute.
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DLC looks at workplace satisfaction
A recently completed internal study has shown that workplace satisfaction at Johns Hopkins is somewhat in the eye of the beholder. In March 2006, the Johns Hopkins Diversity Leadership Council launched the JHU Institutions Diversity Climate Survey.
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Investment in prevention related to HIV incidence
Researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have conducted a historical analysis to examine the relationship between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's HIV prevention budget and HIV incidence in the United States from 1978 to 2006. The results are published in the January edition of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
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'Electric' fish shed light on ways the brain directs movement

Obituary: Majid Khadduri, founder of SAIS Middle East Studies Program, dies

Does food make you sexy — fact or fiction?

Coeus begins its work as SoM submits first grant proposal to NIH

Evergreen House creates student curator internship position

Space technology benefits medical community

HIV dementia may be as prevalent as Alzheimer's and stroke dementia

Common blood pressure drug treats muscular dystrophy in mice

SPH study: 18 million U.S. men are affected by erectile dysfunction


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