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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University June 21, 2004 | Vol. 33 No. 38

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One book, dozens of docs
Internal medicine study guide distills knowledge from 71 faculty experts

Physicians Bimal Ashar, Redonda Miller and Stephen Sisson spent three years blending together colleagues' know-how to produce 'The Johns Hopkins Internal Medicine Board Review'

Want a recipe for publishing success? Take 71 Johns Hopkins physicians. Extract knowledge. Stir, and then serve to the thousands looking to certify or recertify in internal medicine. Such is the tale of the dozens of School of Medicine faculty who contributed to The Johns Hopkins Internal Medicine Board Review book (Mosby, $94.95), published this year and poised to be a big seller.
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Homewood schools adopt tenure reform
The university's board of trustees on June 7 unanimously approved a long-debated reform to the schools of Arts and Sciences and Engineering's promotion policy that will allow tenure to be regularly conferred at the appointment to the rank of associate professor, reducing by four years the maximum amount of time a faculty member remains on a tenure track.
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Hopkins ranks first in R&D spending for 24th year
The Johns Hopkins University performed $1.14 billion in science, medical and engineering research in fiscal year 2002, making it — for the 24th year in a row — the country's leading academic institution in such expenditures, according to a new National Science Foundation ranking.
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Hopkins pilots fast-track program to address nurse shortage crisis

Astronomers detect molecular nitrogen outside our solar system

Diversity Leadership Council is seeking membership nominations

Public Health celebrates staff service

Banquet honors long-term staff and retirees

Michael D. Griffin heads Space Department at Applied Physics Lab

Vest and harness may protect 'fragile' adults in car crashes

JHU's Homewood House stands in for Abe Lincoln's 1860s White House

Part-time engineering students get option to build business skills

Doctors don't agree on diagnosis of uterine cancer


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