Zebrafish Help Unlock Clues to Human Disease
Faster. More efficient. Less expensive. Three Johns Hopkins researchers are doing groundbreaking work. And 30,000 zebrafish are helping.
Medical Illustration Exhibit Showcases Students’ Talent
For the 34th straight year, graduate students from the storied Department of Art As Applied to Medicine share their portfolios.
First-Ever Penis and Scrotum Transplant Makes History at Johns Hopkins
Surgeons at The Johns Hopkins Hospital have performed the world’s first total penis and scrotum transplant.
Matching Patient with Treatment
A new analytics platform will help Johns Hopkins doctors provide care that is tailored to individual patients.
A Mission to Reinvigorate Bedside Medicine
Johns Hopkins residents spend as little as 12 percent of their time at the bedside, a recent study found, raising concerns about eroding clinical skills. Taking a “back-to-the-future” approach, Osler leaders are working to improve the interface between doctors and patients.
Five Things to Know about Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Tests
As direct-to-consumer DNA tests become more popular, Johns Hopkins genetic experts explain their limitations and risks.
Treating Pain, Averting Addiction
Special Report: Johns Hopkins is fighting the national opioid crisis with a better approach to pain management.