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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University November 12, 2007 | Vol. 37 No. 11

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JHU's academic travel agent
Lori Citti checks in as first director of the new Office of Study Abroad

Lori Citti, in the Office of Study Abroad's temporary home in Garland.

Each year, hundreds of Johns Hopkins undergraduates temporarily trade in Homewood campus life for an enriching, perhaps once-in-a-lifetime experience in a foreign country. Now they have some extra support and quality control for that academic jaunt overseas.
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Aging heart is risk factor for failure
Researchers at Johns Hopkins have evidence to explain why the supposedly natural act of aging is by itself a very potent risk factor for life-threatening heart failure.
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CT scans: Not a bad choice to test clogged arteries
A study by an international team of cardiac imaging specialists, led by researchers at Johns Hopkins, concludes that sophisticated computed tomography scans of the heart and its surrounding arteries are almost as reliable and accurate as more invasive procedures to check for blockages.
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United Way 2007: How are we doing?

Together we stand: Bacteria organize to survive hostile environments

Biotech students from Bangalore to Baltimore can now study online

Postgrad student wins top prize for cancer therapy invention

Ramesh to chair Mechanical Engineering for part-time programs

Scottish poet Douglas Dunn to read at Homewood, in East Balto.

'Wall Street Journal' tech expert to give Carey School's Ginder Lecture

Johns Hopkins researchers release raw genotype data on autism

Study: Informing poor in India boosts use of public services

Ears ringing? Hopkins scientists ID the brain's own clarion


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