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an online version of the magazine Spring/Summer 2007
 
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  An online version of the magazine.  
Spring/Summer 2007
 
  PUBLISHED THREE TIMES A YEAR for alumni, faculty, parents and friends of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Hopkins Medicine magazine brings readers face to face with people, issues and events that shape one of the world's leading health care institutions. We probe into the operating rooms, venture behind the lab bench, poke into the lives of students and distinguished faculty.  
 
 
 
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Features
Music on the Mind Music on the Mind
Otolaryngologist Charles Limb, a self-professed music addict, believes his studies of the brain “on jazz” could ultimately lead to improved treatment for hearing loss.
By Nick Zagorski

(2:18) Web Extra: Charles Limb talks about how music has moved his science.
The Protectors The Protectors
Child abuse cases arrive in the pediatric emergency department with heartbreaking frequency. Meet the medical team that’s first on the scene.
By Mat Edelson
Practicing On Plastic Practicing On Plastic
Before giving them real patients, Hopkins trainers like to test future doctors in lifelike scenarios. Now they have the perfect place to do it.
By Michael Anft
Troubled minds, troubled hearts Troubled minds, troubled hearts
Despite nearly two decades of studies linking depression, anxiety, and heart disease, medicine has mostly declined to invite mental health experts into the solution. Roy Ziegelstein and friends want to change all that.
By Ramsey Flynn
 
 
Departments
From the Editor From the Editor
For our first web extra, all jazzed up.
Circling the Dome Circling the Dome
A construction project of staggering scale. Our CEO on Capitol Hill. A marathoning med student. The Rangos
Building debuts.
Medical Rounds Medical Rounds
When Alzheimer’s doesn't mean dementia. Lyme's voice of rationality. Just shrug it off. An end to allergy shots?
Annals of Hopkins Annals of Hopkins
In the old days, the fate of med students looking for residencies could be determined through side deals and an old boys’ network. With the Class of 1952, all that changed.
Michele McFarland
 
Where Are They Now?
Our Man in Nashville Our Man in Nashville
Bud Friesinger spent 25 years at Hopkins and then moved to Vanderbilt. Now, he’s writing about how the second was actually a clone of the first.
Opinions
Learning Curve Learning Curve
Remembering Priya.
By Dan Munoz, '04
Post-Op Post-Op
For today’s departmental leaders, the needed skill set is daunting.
By Dean/CEO
Edward D. Miller, M.D.
 
     
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