Moving Forward With Private Police Plans, Johns Hopkins Hires Former Police Commissioner As Public Safety VPJohns Hopkins is moving forward with plans to create its own police force.
Best Hospitals In Maryland As Ranked By US News & World ReportThe U.S. News & World Report released its rankings of Best Hospitals this week and in Maryland, Johns Hopkins Hospital ranks no. 1 in the state followed by University of Maryland Medical Center, University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center.
Maryland-Johns Hopkins Women's Lacrosse Game Scheduled For Sunday Postponed Due To Positive COVID-19 CasesThe start of the Maryland Terrapins women's lacrosse season will be delayed following positive COVID-19 tests within the Johns Hopkins team's program, officials said Monday.
John Bartlett, Infectious Disease Specialist, Dead At 83Dr. John Bartlett, a widely respected infectious disease specialist who played a role in the growth of Baltimore's nationally renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital, has died. He was 83.
US Sees Record Single-Day COVID-19 Deaths, Maryland Sets Hospitalization RecordThe U.S. saw its highest number of COVID-19 deaths in a single day since the start of the pandemic.
Johns Hopkins Researchers Use UV Light To Speed Up CT Scanner CleaningsCT scans are vital to doctors on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, but disinfecting the machines in between use is time-consuming.
Suicides Doubled Among Black Communities In Maryland During COVID-19 Peak, Johns Hopkins Study FindsA new report released this week found suicides doubled among Black communities during COVID-19's first peak.
Johns Hopkins Researchers Create COVID-19 Morbidity Risk Calculator To Help Prioritize Who Gets Vaccine FirstResearchers at Johns Hopkins University's Bloomberg School of Public Health have created a COVID-19 morbidity risk calculator they said will be able to help determine who should get a vaccine first.
Johns Hopkins Namesake And Founder Was Slaveowner, Contrasting Longstanding Abolitionist NarrativeJohns Hopkins University and Medicine announced Wednesday that it learned its founder was a slaveowner, which was in contrast with a longstanding narrative that Mr. Johns Hopkins was an early abolitionist.
Avril Haines, Former Baltimore Bookstore Owner, Among President-Elect Biden's Cabinet Position PicksPresident-elect Joe Biden announced Tuesday his first cabinet position picks. Among them, Avril Haines, the first woman to serve as Director of National Intelligence.
Johns Hopkins School Of Medicine Among Clinical Trial Sites Testing COVID-19 TherapiesJohns Hopkins School of Medicine is one of more than 50 clinical trial sites across the country testing potential therapies for COVID-19 outpatients with mild to moderate symptoms.
Dr. Ben Carson Tests Positive For COVID-19, Attended White House Election Night Watch PartyDr. Ben Carson has tested positive for coronavirus, CBS News has confirmed.
Man Shot In The Head, Killed In East Baltimore, Police SayPolice are investigating after a man was killed in a shooting in east Baltimore Saturday afternoon.
This Johns Hopkins Doctor Is Trying Something New To Help Children With EpilepsyAt 2-years-old, Chloe Dela Cruz was a spunky, healthy girl, until she suffered her first seizure. But a new diet from a Johns Hopkins doctor may be helping her.
New Johns Hopkins Center Will Research COVID-19 ImmunityA NIH initiative will fund a new Johns Hopkins center to research COVID-19 immunity as the pandemic continues to affect people of all ages.