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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University January 31, 2005 | Vol. 34 No. 20

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A 'paradigm shift' for tech transfer
Goal is to get faculty's discoveries quickly into widespread use

Jill Sorensen, the newly appointed associate provost and director of the Office of Licensing and Technology Development, will begin work at JHU on March 1.

Technology transfer. It's about the money, sure. But it's not all about the money. What it's really about, says Jill Sorensen, is getting the faculty's discoveries and inventions quickly into widespread use — by physicians, businesses, even consumers — and thereby improving health, standards of living and society in general.
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University mourns death of student
The Johns Hopkins community will mourn the loss of one of its bright young stars at a memorial observance scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 2, at Homewood's Ralph S. O'Connor Recreation Center. Linda Trinh, a 21-year-old senior biomedical engineering major, was found dead on Sunday, Jan. 23, in her residence in the Charles Apartments, a privately owned building across Charles Street from the Homewood campus.
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Heart Institute receives $10 million gift from Modells
Arthur B. Modell, longtime National Football League team owner and medical philanthropist named last year to head the new Johns Hopkins Heart Institute's board of governors, announced Jan. 25 that he and his wife, Pat, are making a gift that will provide $10 million to the institute.
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Timing is everything: First step in protein building is revealed

Study: Living in disadvantaged urban neighborhoods may increase HIV risk

Art in clay featured in George Peabody exhibition

APL licenses heart sound analysis technology developed with SOM

New Transitions in Business Program responds to changing market needs


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