Campus Community Marks 146th Anniversary Of Death Of Johns HopkinsTuesday marks the 146th anniversary of the death of Johns Hopkins, the namesake of the university in Baltimore.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Returns To Court After Hospital StayThe Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has returned to the court after a two-night stay in a hospital.
US Veteran 'Feeling Whole' Year After Penis Transplant At Johns HopkinsMore than a year after performing the world's most extensive penis transplant, doctors say their patient has recovered and reports "feeling whole" again.
Project Enables Pediatric Patients To Visit National Aquarium, Baltimore Museums Through Telepresence RoboticsA Johns Hopkins medical student has come up with a new idea; use a "telepresence robot" to allow children in the hospital to tour the National Aquarium and the Science Center.
Johns Hopkins Named 12th Best University In World By Times Higher EducationJohns Hopkins University has been named the 12th-best university in the world by the Times Higher Education.
Johns Hopkins Associate Research Professor Fired Over Confrontation With Protesting StudentsJohns Hopkins University fired an associate research professor over a confrontation he had with students participating in a sit-in on campus.
Four Seasons Hotel Hosts Catamaran Tour Of Baltimore For Young Cancer SurvivorsFour Seasons Hotel Baltimore hosted the catamaran trip Wednesday morning, inviting young cancer survivors and their parents on board.
Johns Hopkins Hospital Ranked #3 Nationally By U.S. News & World ReportThe hospital snagged the top-three spot out of more than 4,600 hospitals reviewed for the U.S. News & World Report's 2019-20 Best Hospitals list.
St. Baldrick's Foundation Awards $115K To Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer CenterThe St. Baldrick's Foundation, a nonprofit organization, has awarded a $115,000 grant to Nicolas Llosa at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, as part of the $17.5 million total awarded to researchers across the country this summer.
Johns Hopkins Joins University Of Alabama To Study Polio-Like Disease AFMJohns Hopkins is joining a new research project on a rare, polio-like disease that mostly affects young children.
Premier Lacrosse League Coming To Baltimore For The WeekendLacrosse fans in Baltimore are in for a treat this weekend.
Johns Hopkins Children’s Center Ranks In Top 10 In Nation...Again!U.S. News & World Report ranked Johns Hopkins Children's Center as ninth in the nation, and the top-ranked children's hospital in Maryland.
Johns Hopkins Hospital Reaches Settlement With Registered Nurses Affirming Nurses' Guaranteed Right To UnionizeNurses at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore are celebrating a victory in a settlement reached with the hospital that reaffirms the nurses' guaranteed legal rights to unionize, the National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United said Wednesday.
Hogan Expected To Sign Bill Allowing Hopkins To Establish Its Own Police Force, Protests ContinueShortly after midnight on Wednesday morning, two people reported being robbed at gunpoint at the intersection of Guilford Ave. and 32nd Street, an example of why Johns Hopkins wants its own police force.
Maryland Lawmakers OK Police Force At Johns HopkinsJohns Hopkins University will be allowed to create its own armed police force, under a measure that has received final approval by the Maryland General Assembly.