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The Pathologist Who Struck Gold

By Anne Bennett Swingle

Brooks Jackson's huge clinical trial in Uganda made him the subject of a public attack. It also cut the transmission of HIV from mother to infant by almost 50 percent.

The Pathologist Who Struck Gold Brooks Jackson's huge clinical trial in Uganda made him the subject of a public attack. It also cut the transmission of HIV from mother to infant by almost 50 percent.

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Young, Eager and Scientific

By Kate Ledger

For 24 years, Hopkins has paid tribute to its beginning investigators, whose work breaks new pathways in science.

Ask Paul Talalay what makes a medical center like Hopkins tick, and the J.J. Abel Distinguished Service Professor of Molecular Pharmacology doesn't miss a beat in his response: "The students are the heart and soul of this place," he states. "They're the journeymen of the entire scientific enterprise."

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