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HeadLines Fall 2013

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Ed Stephenson’s (left) planned gift will benefit Nasir Bhatti’s (right) research into the best way to train surgical residents.
LIVING, AND GIVING ON "HOPKINS TIME"

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Ed Stephenson’s (left) planned gift will benefit Nasir Bhatti’s (right) research into the best way to train surgical residents.

Articles in this Issue

Cover

Director's Column

Department History

  • A 1960s otolaryngology-head and neck surgery resident describes some of the changes that have occurred in the field over the last half-century.

Resident Spotlight

  • Difficult to see even during surgery, the inner ear and its workings remain something of an enigma, but Johns Hopkins research is helping to reveal new knowledge about this tiny piece of anatomy.

Those Who Give

  • Mark Shelhamer, a biomedical engineer in Johns Hopkins' Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, heads for a two-year stint as chief scientist of NASA's Human Research Program. 

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