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Washingtonpost.com
March 3, 2009
Manhattan street has a name: U2 Way
Johns Hopkins angle: Bono praises New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg for funding malaria research at Johns
Hopkins.

Digital City (N.Y.)
March 4, 2009
New York City Celebrates U2 By Renaming a Street Block
Johns Hopkins angle: Bono praises New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg for funding research at Johns Hopkins.

USA Today
March 3, 2009
Obama denies 'quid pro quo' with Russia on Iran
Johns Hopkins angle: Michael Mandelbaum, professor of American foreign policy at SAIS, is quoted.

USA Today
March 3, 2009
Obama: Missile system may not be necessary
Johns Hopkins angle: Michael Mandelbaum, professor of American foreign policy at SAIS, is quoted.

Time Magazine
March 4, 2009
Why Indian Fires Are Deadlier For Women
Johns Hopkins angle: Study was done by three researchers from Cambridge, Harvard University and Johns Hopkins
University.

The Times (London)
March 3, 2009
Indian women twice as likely to burn to death, Lancet study finds
Johns Hopkins angle: The article refers to study conducted in part by Veena Das, a KSAS anthropology professor.

Bloomberg
March 4, 2009
AIG’s Fourth Rescue May Not Be Last as U.S. Guarantees Support
Johns Hopkins angle: Phillip Phan of the Carey Business School is quoted.

MarketWatch
March 4, 2009
European shares up; China exposure eyed
Johns Hopkins angle: Phillip Phan of the Carey Business School is quoted.

The News Journal (Del.)
March 3, 2009
AIG to give stake in Del. subsidiary to government
Johns Hopkins angle: Phillip Phan of the Carey Business School is quoted.

South Coast Today (Fla.)
March 4, 2009
Culinary museum offers glimpse of Americana
Johns Hopkins angle: The story mentions the JHU Press book "American Diner Then and Now."

Sioux City Journal
March 4, 2009
Orpheum ready for Iowa Piano Competition
Johns Hopkins angle: Story mentions Boris Slutsky, professor of piano at The Peabody Institute of the Johns
Hopkins University in Baltimore.

The Financial
March 4, 2009
Social Class Modifies Effect of BMI on Breast Cancer Risk
Johns Hopkins angle: The story is about SoPH research. Lead author Celeste Marie Torio, who worked on the
project as a doctoral candidate, and co-author Ann C. Klassen, associate professor in the Bloomberg School’s Department of Health, Behavior and Society, are both quoted.

The China Post
March 4, 2009
No 'painless' way to cut U.S. health costs: experts
Johns Hopkins angle: This Reuters story notes that a team at Johns Hopkins released a study showing that
hospitals that use healthcare information technology cut costs significantly and saved lives.

City Pages (Minn.)
March 4, 2009
Transgender kids: How young is too young for a sex change?
Johns Hopkins angle: The story mentions the work of John Money, a deceased professor at SoM.

ABC2News (Md.)
March 3, 2009
Flu and Winter Concerns
Johns Hopkins angle: Good Morning Maryland interviewed Alicia Arbaje from Johns Hopkins Hospital about the
recent flu season and whether it would be considered as being bad.

FiercePharma
March 3, 2009
Flu shots, Relenza to benefit from Tamiflu trouble
Johns Hopkins angle: Andrew Pekosz, an associate professor in the SoPH, is quoted.

Government Health IT
March 3, 2009
Maryland health groups offer visions for statewide HIE
Johns Hopkins angle: The article mentions the Chesapeake Regional Information System for Our Patients, a
coalition that includes Johns Hopkins Healthcare.

Sowetan (South Africa)
March 4, 2009
Boost for battle on malaria
Johns Hopkins angle: A cell phone company will be fighting malaria in Africa, and its partners will include the
Johns Hopkins Centre for Communications.

Washington Times
March 4, 2009
EDITORIAL: The Gore Effect
Johns Hopkins angle: The opinion piece states that getting rid of coal-fired plants would, according to a Johns
Hopkins University study, result in 150,000 premature deaths annually.

MedPage Today
Alcohol Linked to Pancreatic Cancer Risk
March 3, 2009
Johns Hopkins angle: This article includes comments from Elizabeth A. Platz, an associate professor in the SoPH
who was not involved in the study.

South Bend Tribune (Indiana)
March 3, 2009
How effective is sex offender treatment?
Johns Hopkins angle: Fred Berlin, founder of the Sexual Disorders Clinic at JHU, is quoted.

Trade Arabia
March 4, 2009
Foetal congress under way in Al Ain
Johns Hopkins angle: The story notes that Johns Hopkins Medicine manages Tawam Hospital and is co-hosting the
three-day International Foetal Congress 2009.

AME Info (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
March 4, 2009
Joint Commission International accredits Johns Hopkins-affiliated Clemenceau Medical Center in Lebanon
Johns Hopkins angle: The article concerns the Clemenceau Medical Center in Beirut, which is affiliated with
Johns Hopkins Medicine International.

National Review Online
March 3, 2009
Negotiating with the KGB?
Johns Hopkins angle: This commentary was written by David Satter is a visiting scholar at SAIS.

Business Standard India
March 4, 2009
The Montek monetisation moment?
Johns Hopkins angle: Column was written by Arvind Subramanian of SAIS.

ABS-CBN News Online
March 1, 2009
ASEAN rights push backfires over Myanmar: analysts, activists
Johns Hopkins angle: This AFP wire service story includes comments from Bridget Welsh, a Southeast Asia scholar
at SAIS.

Baltimore Sun
March 4, 2009
Hopkins holds off UMBC
Johns Hopkins angle: Johns Hopkins beat UMBC 14-11.

Baltimore Sun
March 4, 2009
Duke's Quinzani unfazed by slow start on offense
Johns Hopkins angle: Blue Jay's coach Dave Pietramala is quoted in a brief.

Politico
March 4, 2009
Steele trap? GOP fears grow
Johns Hopkins angle: The story is about Michael Steele, new chair of the Republican Party, who is a Johns
Hopkins alumnus.

The Chesapeake Bay Journal
March 2009
Longtime Chesapeake Bay oyster grower crosses the bar
Johns Hopkins angle: The story is about Jack Crockett Northam, who attended Johns Hopkins University and after
graduation in 1929 he became a professional engineer.

St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
March 4, 2009
Recovery hopes in '09 'tentative'
Johns Hopkins angle: This article quotes Dennis Lockhart, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of
Atlanta, who has a master's in international economics and American foreign policy from SAIS.

Baltimore Sun
March 4, 2009
Peggy Murphy, 58, dies of breast cancer
Johns Hopkins angle: Murphy was treated at Johns Hopkins Hospital by oncologist Dr. Leisha Emens, who is quoted
in the article.

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