Hopkins MedicineHopkins Medicine Winter 2004

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Mike WeisfeldtTop Story
Out of Time
When an intern complained that Hopkins' internal medicine residency wasn't complying with the new work-hour rules, the program was threatened with a loss of certification. It took a long autumn of anguish to put the matter to rest.

By Patrick Gilbert and Mary Ellen Miller


   
Features
To Break TB
Tuberculosis is once again the most widespread infectious-disease killer. Working out of a remodeled grocery store, six researchers are going after it
By Robert Roper and Mary Ann Ayd

Blues Brothers
Doctors have approached depression like aliens examining an ailing car -- they've done everything but lift the hood. Now two neuroscientists are doing just that.
By Marjorie Centofanti

Departments
Circling the Dome
Our Nobel, A New Building, Patient Safety, Robotic Surgery, etc.
Medical Rounds
The latest approaches to serious health problems.

Annals of Hopkins
When Heyssel Played Hardball
By Neil A. Grauer with Janet Worthington

   
Post Op The Learning Curve
Thoughts From the Dean.
Times of Trouble
By Dean/CEO Edward D. Miller, M.D.
  Ruminations on life as a medical student..
Cancer Among Us
By medical student Dan Munoz