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Videos Winter 2015

View a video about the Miller-Coulson Academy

Just 34 physicians have been accepted as Miller-Coulson Scholars in six years. Only 30 to 40 percent of applicants are successful each year.

To rank 5 on a scale of 5, the evaluator must agree that the applicant is “the very best doctor I’ve ever come across.”

Giving Back | From Adversity to Altruism

Emily and David Austin, like many families, struggled with their young son, Ian's, central line. In response, they developed specialized clothing to solve the issue, and are on a mission to make them available to any child that needs it. The first batch was donated to the Kimmel Cancer Center's Pediatric Oncology Division located in Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center at Johns Hopkins as a token of gratitude for Ian's care.


2014 Research Highlights from Johns Hopkins Medicine

At Johns Hopkins Medicine, our quest to prevent and treat disease begins with world-class biomedical research. Here we feature a few of the year’s discoveries, from lubricants for arthritic joints to clues about autism and mental illnesses.

Johns Hopkins Doctor Helps Child Get 3-D Printed Prosthetics

Five-year old Griffin receives a new glow-in-the-dark, 3-D printed prosthetic hand from Dr. Albert Chi.