The president meets the press
Reporters and camera crews learn of Brody's decision to
Shortly after President William R. Brody's
announcement on Monday to the board of trustees
that he would retire on Dec. 31, he and board chair Pamela
Flaherty met the press on the Decker
Quadrangle. The news of Brody's departure was widely
covered in newspapers and on television.
Citizens on Patrol takes its first
In a gesture of unity, Charles Village residents,
Baltimore City police, civic leaders, elected
officials and Johns Hopkins affiliates came together
Wednesday evening to usher in Citizens on
Patrol, a neighborhood watch program that seeks to reduce
crime in the area and become a model
effort for the city.
DNA detectives find lung cancer markers may
Researchers at the Johns
Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center have uncovered clearly
genetic alterations in tumors and tissue removed from
patients with early-stage lung cancers that look
like good predictors of which of these cancers are more
likely to recur.