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All Bottled Up

Daniel Goldstein developed his fascination with old medical bottles as a child.

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All Bottled Up

Setting Down the Scalpel

John Cameron will celebrate his 80th birthday with his last Whipple.

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Setting Down the Scalpel

Basic Science Polymath

Jeremy Berg is the new editor-in-chief of Science.

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Basic Science Polymath

Honoring George Dover, the ‘Quintuple Threat’

How do you encapsulate a 44-year career in academic medicine marked by major scientific breakthroughs, prestigious teaching awards and top leadership positions? Some 140 current and former faculty members, house staff and pediatric residents found some unique ways—some serious, some amusing, but all affectionate—in April to honor George Dover, who stepped down June 30 after two decades as director of the Department of Pediatrics and co-director of the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center.

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Honoring George Dover, the ‘Quintuple Threat’

In Memoriam

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John O’Neal Humphries

Cardiology’s Exemplar

Humphries’ influential career included a stint as medical school dean at University of South Carolina.
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John Niparko

Gift Giver

Niparko created the cochlear implant program at Johns Hopkins.
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Gordon Stuart Livingston

Wise Man

Livingston’s hard-earned insights gained a worldwide following.
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