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an online version of the magazine Fall 2007
 
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  An online version of the magazine.  
Fall 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
Akhilesh Pandey Thinking Large
Akhilesh Pandey's quest to pin down the entire human proteome knows no bounds. Then there's the money thing.
By Ramsey Flynn
Linda Lee A Place to Come Back to
As volunteers at a Baltimore clinic for the working poor, physicians Annie Umbricht and Linda Lee are taking a holistic approach to better health.
By Linell Smith
Illustration of man under umbrella Sweet Relief
For adult sufferers of sickle cell disease gripped by pain, the medical response can be less than adequate. A Hopkins team is changing that.
By Christen Brownlee
 
 
Departments
Ron Daniels Circling the Dome
Announcing President Ron Daniels. New sight for Iraqi kids. The six million mile poster. A patient's change of plans.
ALPHA DOCS The Vision Nobel. One Medicine.
Robert Bristow Medical Rounds
Low-impact hysterectomy. New guidelines for CPR. To sleep, perchance to diagnose. A magnifying field of vision for GI cancers.
Curt Richter Annals of Hopkins
Through his close observation of animal behavior, Curt Richter laid the groundwork for psychology.
By Kate Ledger
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Where Are They Now?
Mark Rogers Getting Around the Roadblocks
Whether sailing the Mediterranean or bantering with cronies, Mark Rogers is always on the prowl for promising new drugs. He’s made millions that way.
Opinions
Illustration of Woman wearing mask Learning Curve
Re-Defining “Difficult”
By Dan Munoz, '04
Illustration Post-Op
Sharper Thinking for Lean Times
By Dean/CEO
Edward D. Miller, M.D.
 
     
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