In the Summer 2010 issue
The Disease Chaser
By Michael Anft
Johns Hopkins pediatric professor Richard Kelley searches for clue to rare genetic disorders that, still too often, afflict Amish and Mennonite children.
By Mat Edelson
In Addiction and Art, Hopkins researchers Pat Santora and Jack Henningfield collect artistic interpretations of substance abuse to humanize addiction’s victims.
The Keys to Success
By Nick Romeo
A young Peabody student journeys from post-Soviet Odessa to Baltimore, from a cardboard piano to a Steinway Grand.
Immortal Cells, Enduring Issues
By Dale Keiger
Nearly 60 years after Hopkins surgeons removed cells from Henrietta Lacks’ body, those cells still live – as do ethical issues raised by a best-selling book about her.
By Sharon Tregaskis
Master beekeeper and NASA scientist Wayne Esaias, A&S ’67, turns to his hives for clues about global climate change.
- The Big Question: Will the Gulf Recover?
- The Big Picture: In the Eye of the Blogger
- Editor’s Note: Ethics and Genetics
- Letters: This from That
- Essay: The Opposite of Sex
- Golomb’s Gambits: The Mnemonic Plague
- Wholly Hopkins: Matters of note from around Johns Hopkins
- In Memoriam: M. Gordon Wolman, 1924-2010
- University: Plans to cut CO2 in half
- APL: Practicing for a trip to the inner edge of space
- Books: Halsted’s encumbered genius
- Peabody: $2M scholarship supports gay students
- Nanobiotechnology: Are nanoparticles safe?
- Anthropology: Reviving the “lost crops” of Africa
- Arts and Sciences: New deal, multidisciplinary approach
- Students: Pumping Up
- Alumni News & Notes
- Golomb’s Solutions
- How To: Graduate from Johns Hopkins