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The technology measures physical activity more accurately and is better than traditional methods for assessing mortality.
Three new faculty members join the Johns Hopkins Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery.
Breaking the Language Barrier to Quality Care Language training for bilingual staff at Johns Hopkins Medicine ensures high-quality medical communications.
To help fund research into aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease, patient Shadi Baniani and friends organized a charity event.
A new Johns Hopkins study suggests that genetic sequencing could hold key to identifying patients who would benefit from treatments.
New center brings together experts that focus on these unique tumors.
Radiofrequency ablation for thyroid nodules is only offered at a few centers in the United States.
After moving from Las Vegas to Texas to Maryland, a family finds accessible outpatient specialty care for their teen.
Johns Hopkins neurosurgeons provide spina bifida patients new option to avoid ongoing detethering operations.
Outside of government-sponsored multicenter networks, the new collaboration will create one of the largest women’s health research opportunities in the U.S.
A new clinical space will streamline patient experience, foster clinical collaboration, and bolster research.
The Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics received some major recognition, and is embarking on an innovative partnership.
In this year’s U.S. News & World Report rankings for Best Medical Schools, Johns Hopkins’ Obstetrics and Gynecology Program scored #2 in the nation.
The Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics has several ongoing clinical trials. These include drug trials for ovarian cancer, studying risk factors for disease development in pregnancy and childhood, and drug trials for reducing fibroid size.
New Johns Hopkins research suggests that blood pressure-lowering medicines can speed or inhibit bone healing.
Under the care of experts at the Johns Hopkins Transverse Myelitis Center, a patient overcomes odds to walk again after rare and devastating neurological event.
Johns Hopkins neurologist Daniel Hanley co-leads Trial Innovation Center, helping researchers solve roadblocks to efficacy and lower costs.
Technology without advanced and compassionate care is science alone. But technology in an environment of compassionate care, discovery and multispecialty collaboration focused on improving the lives of patients is cancer medicine. This is the hallmark of Johns Hopkins and the Kimmel Cancer Center, where innovation that exceeds the standard is the norm.
School of Medicine wins qualified provider-led entity status to develop advanced imaging criteria.
MERIT Program Empowers Students to Become Health Professionals, Community Leaders
Hopkins ElderPlus Recreation Department brightens community members' days.
Johns Hopkins Medicine experts tell how to make self-improvement commitments you’ll actually keep.
Ryan Vandrey discusses “cure-all” myths and recent research findings regarding the chemical component of cannabis.
At the new Sheikh Khalifa Stroke Institute at Johns Hopkins, rehabilitation specialists collaborate with neurologists immediately following stroke to optimize outcomes.
At Johns Hopkins, the new Precision Rehabilitation Center of Excellence will develop personalized diagnostics and interventions.
For the retrospective analysis on the role medications play in bone health, the team used a clinical research database that stores data on approximately 3,000 patients with spinal cord injuries.
Recent successes for the Johns Hopkins Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation come from collaboration.
Johns Hopkins researcher finds aquatic therapy resulted in improvements in overall mobility, self-care and motor scores.
Brian Hasselfeld discusses his role and what he sees as the future of digital health innovation at Johns Hopkins.
It was the moment of a lifetime for Johns Hopkins physician-scientist Gregg Semenza, M.D., Ph.D., who was among 14 Nobel laureates honored at a formal ceremony Dec. 10 attended by friends, loved ones and members of Sweden’s royal family.
Johns Hopkins community health workers help Baltimoreans with chronic illness remove the barriers to better disease management.
The fifth annual Celebration of Clinical Excellence recognized 42 physicians and care teams from across Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Before heading to Sweden to accept his Nobel Prize, Johns Hopkins scientist Gregg Semenza shared five insights about science that he wants more people to understand.
Using lifestyle intervention programs, the Brancati Center brings diabetes prevention and management to East Baltimore communities.
Congratulations to Norman Barker, M.A., M.S., for his work’s recognition in the Nikon Small World photomicrography competition! Barker and Christine Iacobuzio-Donahue, M.D., Ph.D., collaborated to capture this stunning image of zebrafish embryos glowing green and red.
Johns Hopkins Institute for Basic Biomedical Sciences in the news.
Newsroom highlights for December 2019
Faculty highlights for December 2019
Presenters at the third annual Architecture of High Value Health Care Conference show how they’re reducing unnecessary tests, treatments, procedures, hospitalizations and more.
The newest facility at Johns Hopkins Health Care & Surgery Center — Green Spring Station is home to expanded medical services and a variety of surgical procedures.
Johns Hopkins Health System now has a mechanism in place to provide general surgical consultations the same or next day for patients with straightforward medical conditions.
Unique in the Mid-Atlantic region, the colorectal surgical center at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center was established in 2016 to treat children and adolescents with congenital and acquired diseases.
Johns Hopkins is one of the few centers that considers liver transplants into alcoholic hepatitis patients whose sobriety does not reach the six-month threshold.
Dean Paul B. Rothman met with community members to discuss employment, local school performance, trauma response programs and plans for a new building to be dedicated to Henrietta Lacks.
Therapists in the Johns Hopkins Child Mobile Treatment Program use tablets to enable video visits between patients and the doctors.
The story behind the world’s first “blue baby” surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hopkins Hospital, which took place 75 years ago.
Suburban Hospital offers transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), an increasing option for patients facing congestive heart failure.
If you use tobacco products, the Great American Smokeout is the day to join thousands of people across the country in taking an important step toward a healthier life. Find out what has motivated several Johns Hopkins employees to quit smoking.
The Johns Hopkins professor attends a symposium for 2019 Nobel Laureates at the Swedish embassy in Washington, D.C.
Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures celebrates five years of encouraging and promoting scientific entrepreneurship.