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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University April 25, 2005 | Vol. 34 No. 31

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Hertz and the city
JH's unofficial tour guide of Balto. to be honored by Humanities Center

Neil Hertz in Greenmount, one of the neighborhoods often visited by students in his Thinking About Baltimore course.

Neil Hertz likes to break things down. The humanities and English professor doesn't see literary works, or places, as a whole but rather as an assembly of tiny parts. Hertz's philosophy can be seen in nearly all his professional work, whether it be a meticulous parsing of George Eliot's Middlemarch or a block-by-block examination of a Baltimore neighborhood.
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Tumulty course celebrates its first 50 years
A physician's education never ends, and for the past 50 years the Philip A. Tumulty Topics in Clinical Medicine course has been a bastion for docs seeking continuing medical instruction. This year marks the golden anniversary of the course, which annually attracts nearly 300 health care providers from around the globe to learn about the latest advances in internal medicine from leading Johns Hopkins faculty.
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Study: Paired kidney exchange better for transplants
A collaboration between Johns Hopkins and MIT scientists has mathematically demonstrated that a national matching program for kidney paired donation, also called paired kidney exchange, would ensure the best possible kidney for the greatest number of recipients who have incompatible donors.
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Former SOM dean to receive President's Medal

Shriver Hall Series adds special concert by Gidon Kremer

Applied Physics Laboratory names inventions of the year

JHU Course Catalog: Becoming an Adult: Life Course Perspectives on School, Work and Family

More evidence suggests statins cut risk for advanced prostate cancer


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