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Ellen MacKenzie 20h
The profound impact of racism on life and death demands a full response from every part of our society, including—and especially—our field of public health. Earlier tonight, and I shared this message with our community.
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"This is not just an issue for African Americans; it is an issue that threatens the future for all Americans." A message from Johns Hopkins University and Medicine leaders:
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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health May 30
New expert commentary every day. Tune in to for critical news and information.
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Johns Hopkins University May 28
Thanks to a network of JHU students, parents, and faculty, the Johns Hopkins Health System received a shipment of 10,000+ pieces of to help health care workers respond to COVID-19.
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Denis Wirtz May 28
Our piece in on returning to research on campus...lots of information, both practical and conceptual. by and VPRs K. Moler , R. Katz , M. Zuber , R. Cunningham , and M. Lidstrom
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Peabody Institute May 28
As the semester has come to an end so do our Friday Night Watch Parties. We invite you to the final watch party of the semester this Friday at 7:30 pm EDT to watch Marin Alsop lead the Peabody Chamber Orchestra
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Johns Hopkins University May 28
With incidents of hate crimes against Asian-Americans and Asian immigrants increasing in the U.S., a team of JHU undergrads created an online campaign to combat racism on campus and beyond.
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Johns Hopkins | SAIS May 28
Prof. Ho-Fung Hung described the U.S. potentially revoking Hong Kong’s special status to counter what they see as Beijing’s aggression as the ‘nuclear option’ via .
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Johns Hopkins University May 28
Replying to @JohnsHopkins
Here's more information about the study featured in the clue:
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Johns Hopkins University May 28
If you tuned into last night, you saw this clue mentioning a study out of . The correct answer: “What is schizophrenia?”
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Johns Hopkins Engineering May 27
"If we know more about the aerodynamics of droplet movement, we could potentially redesign HVAC systems to reduce the dispersion of droplets in a dorm, for example," says Rui Ni. "The same idea could work with nursing homes."
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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health May 27
"'The first line of defense, I think, is actually keeping it out of the staff,' said , who is a senior scholar at and recently published a paper on what further research is necessary to open schools during the pandemic."
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Johns Hopkins Medicine May 28
“I will say in the beginning, we could not keep it stocked fast enough. They would come in and it would be gone immediately,” said expert Kristin Topel.
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Johns Hopkins APL May 28
TODAY at 12PM EDT: Join 's Dr. Ralph McNutt for a webinar about the Study. We will discuss the current study status, activities from last year, the ongoing engineering & science work, as well as upcoming plans. ➡️
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Johns Hopkins University May 27
A popular study out of was featured in a clue on tonight. Do you know the answer?
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Johns Hopkins University May 27
Fictional mathematician: "Life finds a way." Actual Johns Hopkins scientists: "No, really." Biologists have found that microorganisms in the Atacama Desert can extract water from rocks in order to survive in the extreme, dry heat:
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Johns Hopkins University May 27
Health care professionals, join us tomorrow for the next lecture in an ongoing series from : Domestic Violence During the Pandemic 🗓️ Thu., May 28, 9:30 a.m. EDT Register:
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Johns Hopkins University May 27
Baltimore, join us tonight for a virtual town hall discussing all things Census. Hear from experts and get your questions answered. 🗓️ Wed., May 27, 6:30 p.m. EDT Register:
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JHM Technology Innovation Center May 27
Help researchers track hotspots with temperature readings through the mobile app, COVID Control:
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Johns Hopkins University May 27
At 2 p.m. ET today, , , , and will host a web briefing on this report and the broader conversation around testing and . Tune in here:
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