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Dome - The Year in Pictures

Dome January/February 2014

The Year in Pictures

Date: January 1, 2014


Howard County General Hospital

At Howard County General Hospital, Epic electronic medical record system went live on June 1, with the help of super users like Melissa Park to guide the process. Details

Johns Hopkins Children's Center

Deborah Persaud, of Johns Hopkins Children's Center, led the team that demonstrated that treating an HIV-infected infant with antiretroviral therapy within hours or days of infection can lead to sustained remission. Details

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Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center

Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center researcher Bert Vogelstein, a world leader in developing tests, diagnostics and therapies for cancer, was awarded one of the first $3 million Breakthrough Prizes in Life Sciences. Details

The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Brendan Marrocco became the first combat veteran to receive a double arm transplant, the most extensive surgery of its kind ever performed in the United States. The operation at The Johns Hopkins Hospital was conducted by a team of 16 surgeons and followed by daily sessions of therapy. Details 1 Details 2

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

The new Center of Excellence for Latino Health at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center combines coordinated clinical care with advocacy, education and research. Details 1 Details 2

The Johns Hopkins Hospital

The Making a Difference Mentoring Program at The Johns Hopkins Hospital exemplifies leadership development efforts throughout the health system. Details

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine graduates its first class educated in the Genes to Society curriculum. Details