Treating Pain, Averting Addiction
Special Report: Johns Hopkins is fighting the national opioid crisis with a better approach to pain management.
A Portrait of Resilience
A leader in women’s health in Afghanistan, physician Hamida Ebadi fled decades of war in 2014. Today, she supervises environmental care workers at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Alliance Expands Research Potential
The Johns Hopkins Clinical Research Network connects investigators to patients in other hospitals.
Hopkins History Moments
Neil A. Grauer reveals the medical secrets of a mummy and other little-known facts from the annals of Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Program Thrives with Johns Hopkins Mentors
Through a new academic partnership, Dunbar High School students earn college credits while preparing for college and employment.
Celebrating 125 Years at the School of Medicine
Dean/CEO Paul B. Rothman reflects on the institution’s legacy as well as new ways of teaching and advancing medicine.
Using lessons from their own experiences, peer recovery coaches at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center offer encouragement to patients receiving treatment for substance use disorder.