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Issue No. 025 | January 2014
Human Anatomy

The common language of medicine: Human Anatomy
Human Anatomy is a defining course in the journey of becoming a doctor. No matter what specialty or type of doctor a student becomes, everyone needs to know the anatomy of the human body. Read more.

John Pescetti, MD Oakland pediatrician John Pescetti, Med '90, removes tattoos and changes lives
Pescetti volunteers his time with Project New Start, a tattoo removal program offered through La Clinica health clinic. Through this service, Pescetti is helping youth trying to change their lives around. Read more.
Legacy Society Recognition Society Honors Future Giving
Established in 2012, the Johns Hopkins Legacy Society welcomes those who make lasting commitments to any area of Johns Hopkins Medicine. There are many ways to become a member: include Hopkins in your estate plan, designate us as beneficiary of a retirement plan, or give in a way that also provides income to you. Learn more.
Medical Student Research Day Medical Student Research Day
On Feb. 14, 2014, Hopkins medical students will gather for the 6th Annual Medical Student Research Day (MSRD), featuring keynote speaker Dorry Segev, Med '96. This forum allows students to showcase their research accomplishments with the wider Hopkins community. Learn more.
Sol Snyder What I've Learned: Sol Snyder
School of Medicine Distinguished Service Professor of Neuroscience, Pharmacology and Psychiatry on inspiration in research, his love of music, and the secret to his happiness. Read more.

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