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Convocation 2004
John Cameron, the Alfred Blalock Distinguished University Professor of Surgery and former department chairman, will deliver the keynote address at Convocation. MORE

Big New Book
More than 60 faculty in Medicine have contributed to The Johns Hopkins Internal Medicine Board Review. MORE

Johnson Departs
Steven Johnson resigned in mid-April as president of Johns Hopkins Home Care Group. MORE

Hopkins Meets HBO
The result is a complete clash of cultures... and a captivating film

Alan Rickman and Mos Def as Alfred Blalock and Vivien Thomas in HBO Films' Something the Lord Made.

Driving over to the East Baltimore campus on the afternoon of March 22, Harold Norris was ready for a fight. Norris was about to preview an HBO film based on the story of the famed blue-baby surgery developed here in the 1940s by Alfred Blalock and Vivien Thomas, his own father-in-law. He had seen an early script, which he had not liked. Worse, he had heard that the dignified Thomas would be played by someone known as Mos Def, a rap star no less.



Lessons from Corinne
After the water taxi accident, nurses on the CCU were changed forever by one special couple. MORE

Unlocking a Broken Heart
Ilan Wittstein studies stress cardiomyopathy. MORE

The Apprentice
They may not lead to Trump Tower, but Hopkins Hospital's plumbing and electrical apprenticeships do pave the way to success MORE

Hottest Show on Broadway: Mama Mia's
Serving up good, hot and, most importantly, fast food to generations of Hopkinsites. MORE

Let the Revolution Begin
Patient-centered care puts the patient, not the provider, in the driver’s seat. MORE
Everyday Magic
Johns Hopkins Medicine's "shining stars" get ready to sparkle. MORE

Pat Grimes
She spends her nights treating patients on the coronary care unit and her Saturdays at Normandy Farm. MORE

Nancy Sujeta Amanda Clark
Meet these wound care nurses. MORE


Deborah Knight-Kerr: Career Champion
She started as a secretary in pediatrics hoping to move up to administrative assistant.... MORE


Facts & Figures
Quick! Name all the components of Johns Hopkins Medicine. MORE

Hoop Scoop
A benefit for the children of the Police Athletic League. MORE

On the Record
Documenting calls to HAL. MORE


The Young Investigators
Recognizing outstanding contributions. MORE


Dear Dome
We open the mailbag to see what our readers really think. MORE


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