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Match Day 2014

Johns Hopkins' annual Match Day celebration took place on the second floor of the Anne and Mike Armstrong Medical Education Building. The students, along with family members, friends and mentors gathered for a brief program leading up to the dramatic countdown at noon, when students learned which hospital and specialty program has accepted them for their residency.

More Than Medicine | Robert Wardlow II (MSII)

Robert Wardlow, second-year MD/PhD, represents the best of what's behind the scenes as Johns Hopkins Medicine. People who are going beyond the scope of their work, beyond the four walls of the institution, transforming the way we relate to our patients and the community.

Stopping Breast Cancer Leader Cells | Science: Out of the Box

Johns Hopkins' cell biologist Andy Ewald explains his latest finding on how breast cancer cells spread and how they might be stopped.

A Milestone in Pediatric Urology

Carter Cline is one of those children and the 100th patient to undergo surgery for cloacal exstrophy at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center, which has performed more such procedures than any other hospital.

ICU Diaries Help Prevent PTSD | JHM Piloting the Initiative

Critically ill patients are at increased risk of psychological trauma post-discharge. Diaries maintained by nursing staff and families have significant impact on reducing that risk. Johns Hopkins Hospital researchers will be piloting an ICU diary program this summer, making them among the first in the U.S. to apply this cost-effective enhancement to patient care in the intensive care unit.

Living Kidney Donor Surgery | Q&A

Transplant surgeon Dorry Segev discusses the kidney transplant waiting list, living kidney donors, surgery, recovery and the Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Transplant Center.

Trinidad and Tobago Health Sciences Initiative

The Trinidad and Tobago Health Sciences Initiative is a collaboration between the University of Trinidad and Tobago, Johns Hopkins Medicine International, the University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago's ministries of Health and of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education, and several other government ministries and local organizations aimed at improving the health care sector.

Twist1 Induces Cell Migration

Without Twist1 expression, mammary duct tissue fragments maintain a smooth surface (left). When Twist1 is turned on, cells rapidly detach and migrate away from the tissue (right). Both tissue fragments were isolated from the same mouse.

 
 
 
 

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