Johns Hopkins Develops Video Game to Help Stroke PatientsResearchers at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine researchers are using video games to help stimulate brain recovery and improve patients' quality of life.
Van Hollen to visit Lieber Institute for Brain DevelopmentRep. Chris Van Hollen will tour the Lieber Institute & Maltz Research Laboratories at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
New Study: Medical Errors Are 3rd Leading Cause For Death In USMedical errors are the third leading cause for death for U.S. patients, according to a shocking new study out of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Johns Hopkins Students Protest Peacefully With Die InProtests continue following two grand jury decision to indict white police officers after the death of two unarmed black men. Rick Ritter reports on how Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is getting involved.
Study To Examine Fall-Related InjuriesJohns Hopkins will participate in a federal study designed to prevent fall-related injuries in older adults.
Johns Hopkins Hospital Regains The Top Spot In National RankingsThe Johns Hopkins Hospital ranks number one in the nation. The US News & World Report's annual hospital rankings are out and Hopkins tops the list.
Dr. Ben Carson Withdraws As Hopkins Commencement Speaker Amid a firestorm of controversy, outspoken neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson announces he will not give the commencement speech at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Ben Carson Withdraws As Hopkins Commencement SpeakerDoctor Ben Carson will not speak at commencement for the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Breast Cancer Patient Uses Love Handles For Reconstructive SurgeryLove handles--you know that fat on the side of your waist -- is hated by most people. But they're becoming a loved feature by many breast cancer patients.
Johns Hopkins Creates Patient Safety InstituteJohns Hopkins Medicine says it is establishing a patient safety institute that will study how to reduce medical errors, hospital infections, health disparities and other types of preventable harm.
Johns Hopkins Medical School President To RetireThe president and CEO of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine has announced plans to retire next year.
Johns Hopkins Under Fire For Running Animal LabsIt's one of the most prestigious medical schools in the world. But now Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is under fire for using live animals to train medical students.