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Most neurosurgery program directors report in that U.S. Medical Licensing Exams are the best way to screen residency program applicants despite their high cost and potential bias against women and minorities.
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Hopkins Med News 1h
Join us for a live virtual 5-part symposia on Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM) that will focus on education and awareness of this emerging childhood disorder for health care personnel, scientists and families.
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Hopkins Med News 2h
Cardiologists and biomedical engineers are developing new cardiac catheter wires that can safely undergo an MRI. Now out on
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Hopkins Med News 3h
In this week’s edition of : shares how to get through the summer. Watch for how to work safely from home, gather without spreading the virus, and a story comparing the impact of racial disparities during the 1918 pandemic and COVID19.
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Hopkins Med News 6h
Scientists from have found types in most susceptible to inherited variants linked to . via
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Hopkins Med News Jul 2
. rheumatologist Laura Cappelli discusses rheumatoid arthritis, JAK inhibitors and treatment options for patients living with rheumatoid arthritis with
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Hopkins Med News Jul 2
Women who are residents underrate their on-the-job performance, says research. <link to
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Hopkins Med News Jul 2
Scientists from have found types in most susceptible to inherited variants linked to .
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Hopkins Med News Jul 2
. study shows hunger-suppressing may help w/ apnea-like breathing stoppages.
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Hopkins Med News Jul 2
While many patients have recovered from , their bodies still have some lingering effects. discusses what recovery looks like for many survivors.
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What we (don’t) know about Covid-19’s long-term health effects, with expert commentary from Dr. via
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Hopkins Med News Jul 1
Rheumatologist Dana DiRenzo discusses rheumatoid arthritis, FDA approvals and treatment options with
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Johns Hopkins Children's Center Jul 1
Johns Hopkins Children’s Center is proud to stand with and the Black community in the fight for a brighter and just future.
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Hopkins Surgery Jun 30
Congrats to our surgeon-in-chief, on his appointment as the new senior associate dean for diversity & inclusion for JHU's School of Medicine! Dr. Higgins will assume this new role on July 1. He will continue as surgeon-in-chief & director of the Dept of Surgery.
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Johns Hopkins Medicine Jul 1
Johns Hopkins Physicians stand with the Black community today, tomorrow and forever.
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Hopkins Med News Jun 30
In the middle of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, history of medicine Ph.D. candidate Anna Weerasinghe won a award for 2020–21. Her story highlights the privileged yet precarious nature of receiving a grant in a pandemic world.
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Hopkins Med News Jun 30
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Meet Cheryl Connors! She provides trained emotional support for Johns Hopkins Hospital employees who encounter stressful patient-related events
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Hopkins Med News Jun 30
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Sending your children to summer camp? Here are some safety tips parents should consider.
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Hopkins Med News Jun 30
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. help lead the creation of a national database for ‘big data’ studies.
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Hopkins Med News Jun 30
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is typically a day for fireworks and outdoor barbecues. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way Americans are honoring independence this year and there are some precautions to consider.
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