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The Big Question: In Haiti, where to start?

March 6, 2010 |  by Catherine Pierre

“Nothing’s going to stick in terms of the massive relief effort unless we really put the Haitians front and center and build their capacity in the process. We know that 63,000 women were likely pregnant in the quake-affected zones. Of those, you’ve got 7,000 who would give birth in the first month after the quake, […]

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The Long Journey Home

December 2, 2009 |  by Geoff Brown

Rajesh Panjabi has told the story of his 1990 escape from Liberia countless times, but it hasn’t made it any less powerful.

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The Big Question for Carol Greider

December 2, 2009 |  by Dale Keiger

Johns Hopkins’ latest Nobelist shares her opinion on how curiosity is the driving force behind research.

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How To: Create a championship cross country team

December 2, 2009 |  by Johns Hopkins Staff

Coach Bobby Van Allen’s four-step process that took the Blue Jay women’s cross country team to the front of the pack.

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Essay: Just Testing

August 28, 2009 |  by Guido Veloce

Some questions that should be on the new Personal Potential Index test to capture the right stuff for grad school success.

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Finding Her Grandfathers, Through Books

August 28, 2009 |  by Sarah Richardson

By the time I was interested in their likely disparate experiences, it was too late. But even had it not been, they might not have chosen to share those experiences with me

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What was learned in swine flu “dress rehearsal”?

August 27, 2009 |  by Geoff Brown

It had been clear to Dianne Whyne that something bad was happening in Mexico for several weeks. But on a Friday—April 24, to be exact—Whyne, who is director of operations for the Johns Hopkins Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response (CEPAR), learned just how severe and potentially devastating the spread of influenza A strain […]

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