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April 23, 2009
For Whom The Clock Ticks
Johns Hopkins angle: Ethylin Jabs, director of the Center for Craniofacial
Development and Disorders at Johns Hopkins, is quoted.

Baltimore Sun
April 23, 2009
As economic crisis goes on, financial fears can push some over the edge
Johns Hopkins angle: Story quotes M. Harvey Brenner, professor emeritus at the
Bloomberg School of Public Health and James Potash, a psychiatrist at the Johns Hopkins Mood Disorders Center.

Popular Mechanics
April 23, 2009
Fringe's Parapsychology and Sleep Science are Slim on Facts
Johns Hopkins angle: Quotes James C. Harris, a professor of Psychiatry of
Behavioral Sciences, Pediatrics and Mental Hygiene at The Johns Hopkins University.

ABC News

April 22, 2009
William 'The Refrigerator' Perry Hospitalized With Paralyzing Disorder
Johns Hopkins angle: This article includes a comment from David Cornblath, a
neurology professor in the School of Medicine.

The Hindu
April 23, 2009
Scientists identify protein that helps dengue virus grow
Johns Hopkins angle: This IANS story noted that in testing several host factors
in mosquitoes at JHU, researchers discovered that at least one was necessary for dengue infection to occur in the insects.

Business Gazette (Md.)
April 23, 2009
Scholars link firearms, mental health and job security as factors in
Johns Hopkins angle: Daniel Webster, co-director of the Johns Hopkins Center
for Gun Policy and Research, is mentioned.

Health Day
April 23, 2009
Double-Lung Transplant Better for Long-Term Survival
Johns Hopkins angle: This article reports on new Johns Hopkins research and
quotes Ashish Shah, an associate professor in the School of Medicine and its Heart Institute.

Tulsa World

April 23, 2009
Living strong: Cancer survivor helps other men
Johns Hopkins angle: The story mentions Patrick Walsh of the School of Medicine
and his book, “Dr. Patrick Walsh's Guide to Surviving Prostate Cancer.”

The Times Higher Education
April 23, 2009
Overseas outposts must follow home rules, union leaders say
Johns Hopkins angle: The story notes that Abu Dhabi has signed deals with Johns
Hopkins University to run a graduate program in public health.

U.S. News & World Report
April 22, 2009
Medical Schools Fight the War Against Disease
Johns Hopkins angle: David Celentano, interim chair of epidemiology at the
School of Public Health. Alumnus Michael Bloomberg is mentioned.

U.S. News & World Report
April 23, 2009
Harvard Has the Top-Ranked Business School and Medical School
Johns Hopkins angle: The School of Medicine ranked second.

U.S. News & World Report
April 22, 2009
Student Profile: Going to Med School to Make a Difference
Johns Hopkins angle: Chandra L. Jackson is a Ph.D. candidate at the School of
Public Health.
April 23, 2009
Rwanda: Pneumococcal Vaccine Launch for This Week
Johns Hopkins angle: The School of Public Health is mentioned.

Baltimore Sun
April 23, 2009
Opera built on 'Hysteria'; BSO announces summer lineup
Johns Hopkins angle: Peabody Chamber Opera will present a new production this
weekend of a 2002 work based on Sigmund Freud's Fragment of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria.

Roanoke Times
April 23, 2009
Company brings opera to Blacksburg
Johns Hopkins angle: Timothy Nelson and Adam Pearl attended Peabody.

Lake Oswego Review (N.Y.)
April 23, 2009
How about going meatless on Mondays?
Johns Hopkins angle: Meatless Monday is a not-for-profit public service
organization associated with Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.

Baltimore Business Journal
April 22, 2009
CSA Medical Inc. wins business incubation award
Johns Hopkins angle: CSA Medical has been named the technology incubator
company of the year by a national group. CSA operates two facilities, one at the Can Company in Canton and another at Johns Hopkins Eastern in Waverly.

Sarasota Herald Tribune
April 23, 2009
Rumble at Robarts 2
Johns Hopkins angle: A Johns Hopkins study is mentioned.

Huffington Post
April 22, 2009
MMA Legalization in the State of New York: The Facts, not Emotion, Speak for
Johns Hopkins angle: This column refers to 2006 Johns Hopkins research
concerning injuries related to the sport of mixed martial arts.

Charleston Gazette (West Virginia)
April 22, 2009
Further clinical trials of Alzheimer's drug get green light
Johns Hopkins angle: This article mentions that the Blanchette Rockefeller
Neurosciences Institute in Morgantown operates in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University.

Bay Weekly (Annapolis)
April 23 - 29, 2009
Words and Pictures
Johns Hopkins angle: This article reviews “The Nanticoke: Portrait of a
Chesapeake River,” published in 2008 by The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Baltimore Jewish Times
April 23, 2009
Film Intrigues Goucher Students
Johns Hopkins angle: Amy Beth Oppenheimer is an alumna.

The Register Citizen (Conn.)
April 23, 2009
Torrington High School Hall of Fame to grow by 10 on Sunday
Johns Hopkins angle: Randolph Lovallo played on the men’s basketball team and
is a member of the class of 1974.

Baltimore Sun
April 23, 2009
Jays come back, top Towson in 2 OTs
Johns Hopkins angle: No. 8 Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team beat Towson 11-10.

Baltimore Messenger
April 23, 2009
Hopkins edges Towson in lax OT thriller
Johns Hopkins angle: Coverage of the Blue Jay's 11-10 victory over the Towson
University Tigers.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution
April 23, 2009
Russell Hopping, 91, of Roswell, was rocket designer
Johns Hopkins angle: Hopping is a Johns Hopkins alumnus.

Baltimore Sun
April 23, 2009
Donald Thomey, construction materials executive
Johns Hopkins angle: Thomey studied at JHU.

Northwest Arkansas Times
April 23, 2009
Nettleship touched many aspects of community
Johns Hopkins angle: Mae B. Nettleship graduated from Johns Hopkins School of
Medicine in 1955.

Johns Hopkins University