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By Dale Keiger
Bloomberg School of Public Health researchers are investigating how the use of antibiotics in factory farming cultivates more than poultry and livestock.

Graduating in Tough Times
By Marianne Amoss, Michael Anft, Dale Keiger, and Catherine Pierre
A faltering economy, war on several fronts, political unrest — what would Johns Hopkins alumni who lived through it all have to tell us?

From Nature, Machines
By Michael Anft
Ralph Etienne-Cummings, a professor of electrical and computer engineering, studies biology to make devices that could one day help paraplegics walk.

Searching for Sara Baartman
By Susan Frith
Alumnus Clifton Crais, A&S '84 (MA), '88 (PhD), and his wife and research partner, Pamela Scully, discover the real person behind the icon known as the Hottentot Venus.

  Wholly Hopkins

Wholly Hopkins: Matters of note from around Johns Hopkins

Hopkins History: Renaissance (math)man

Engineering: Better design could lessen disasters

Education: Phonics alone is not enough

Nutrition: Teens need vitamin D

Ethics: Are pain-free animals ethical?

Medicine: Genome spurs new curriculum

Sports: Springtime of champions

Medicine: A chain for more transplants

University: Obama taps provost

Anthropology: Why are Indian women burning?

Peabody: The conductor at age 15

Wholly Hopkins:   Syllabus | Investigations | Academese | Forever Altered | Here & Abroad | Bottom Line | Vignette | Up & Comer | Findings | JHUniverse | Vital Signs


Contributors: Getting to Know Your Subject
The Big Question: Why Do People Still Bother Getting Married?
The Big Picture: Jay Walking
Editor's Note: Tough Times, Nice People
Letters: Stem Cell Opponents Speak Out
Essay: Write 'em, Cowboy
Golomb's Gambits™: Pen Names
Alumni Notes
Alumni News
Your Other Life: Good to Grow


Johns Hopkins
Magazine, June 2009

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