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The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine consistently ranks among the nation’s very best in education. These numbers are important, but we’re more than numbers – we’re a community of seekers and dreamers. Using the latest tools and teachings available to scientists and doctors, we become healers, caregivers, discoverers and inventors.

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    Billie Holiday Project Hosts College Access Luncheon

    Baltimore's highest-achieving high school juniors joined Hopkins students, faculty, and staff for a discussion of pathways to higher education.

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    From the Blog: Art As Applied to Medicine

    2019 Graduate Student Showcase

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    Johns Hopkins University Honors the Class of 2019 at Universitywide Commencement Ceremony

    Congratulations and best of luck to the Class of 2019!

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    Director of Colleges Advisory Program Wins 2019 ABIM Foundation’s Trust Practice Challenge

    Robert Shochet, M.D., was recognized for development of the Colleges Advisory Program. Congratulations!

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    How the Brain Processes Incentives and Rewards

    Vikram Chib, Ph.D., uses functional imaging tools to chart what happens in the brain when we are given rewards to achieve different tasks.

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    From the Blog: Summer Reading from the History of Medicine Department

    Need a jump-start on your summer reading? Check out these titles recommended by students from the history of medicine department!

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    From the Blog: Why the Brain Laterality Myth Persists

    Are people really “left-brained” or “right-brained”? Do the halves of your brain correspond with discrete types of thought? Learn how this popular myth was established and why it persists.

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    From the Blog: It’s a Twin Thing

    NASA’s Twins Study sheds light on impact of long-term space travel on the human body.

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    Technology Connecting the Brain to the Human Experience

    Joshua Vogelstein, Ph.D., develops new, open-source technologies that reveal connections between the brain and individual traits and characteristics.

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    From the Blog: Measles and the 21st Century Vaccination Crisis

    A history of medicine doctoral student examines the present-day vaccination crisis through a historic lens.

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    Johns Hopkins Structural Biologist Among 125 Elected to National Academy of Science

    Congratulations to Cynthia Wolberger, Ph.D., who was just elected to the National Academy of Sciences.

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    Number of Women Who Aren’t Physically Active Enough is High And Growing

    In Research: A new study finds most women with heart disease do not exercise enough, which is linked to higher health care costs.

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