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Spring/Summer 2012


Hopkins Medicine Spring/Summer 2012

Articles in this Issue

From the Editor

Circling the Dome

Medical Rounds

Hopkins Reader


  • On the eve of Dean/CEO Ed Miller's retirement, he talks candidly about the high points--and some regrets--he experienced during his time at the top.
  • Writer Mat Edelson spoke to nine people whose lives and work will shape the culture of care in The Johns Hopkins Hospital's new building.
  • Eighteen moths after receiving two new hands, Sheila Advento is back to painting--to the delight of her reconstructive transplant team at Hopkins.

Annals of Hopkins

  • He may have been somber and opinionated, but Alan Mason Chesney kept the School of Medicine afloat through the Depression and World War II.

Class Notes


  • Seeking to be comprehensive as a doctor should not mean comprehensively ordering every conceivable test that might be relevant.
  • Hard-won wisdom on what it takes to move Hopkins Medicine forward.

In Memoriam

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