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Johns Hopkins-led consortium gets $200 million to fight top global health threat: tuberculosis

Johns Hopkins Medicine has received $200 million in federal funding to head up a consortium aimed at treating and stemming the spread of one of the world’s oldest and deadliest scourges: tuberculosis. The money from the U.S. Agency for International Development, to be spent over the next five years, will boost research into diagnostics, treatments, transmission control and prevention of TB, a ...
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Johns Hopkins, national partners tackle academic success and well-being for students

The Biden administration on Tuesday unveiled a new public-private partnership between the U.S. Department of Education, AmeriCorps, and Johns Hopkins University to help students recover and thrive after the impacts of COVID-19. The National Partnership for Student Success, announced at the White House by domestic policy adviser Susan Rice, will bring together local, state, and national education and service organizations to partner with schools to provide evidence-based student supports.
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6/8/22 WKOK Sunrise: Dr. Brian Schwartz, Johns Hopkins, Geisinger, population health scienctist on climate change’s impact on health

Brian S. Schwartz, MD, MS, Professor of Environmental Health and Engineering, Epidemiology, and Medicine, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, and Professor, Department of Population Health Sciences, Geisinger, Director, Environmental Health Institute, on the significant, and noticeable health impacts of climate changes, our warming planet, our local health, and the diaspora of people from the worlds hottest areas. We talk about the hotter areas of the planet, the cooler areas, where illness is more prevalent and who is suffering now, and in the future (Recorded, part one of two. Part two Friday 6/10).
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'Do or die': Led by Katie Keller, Duke women's lacrosse defeats Johns Hopkins in first round of NCAA tournament

It was the Battle of the Blue; Blue Devils versus Blue Jays. And when all was said and done, Duke proved that its blue was better. Traveling to College Park, Md., to take on No. 25 Johns Hopkins in the first round of the NCAA tournament on a sunny Friday afternoon, No. 13 Duke looked to shake off the burden of its two most recent losses and get back to its winning ways. With help from a dominant first half and a career day for sophomore midfielder Katie Keller, the Blue Devils did just that, besting the Blue Jays 17-12 to move on to the second round.
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Maryland men’s lacrosse advances to the Big Ten Tournament title match with, 16-11, victory over Johns Hopkins

With the contest well out of reach at the end of the fourth quarter, the bad blood between the two sides reached its apex. Midfielder Jonathan Donville shoved Johns Hopkins defender Beaudan Szuluk, forcing him to the turf. Both teams rushed the area attempting to separate the players, leading to a long pause in action as the squads swarmed their sidelines.
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Women's Tennis Pulls Out Thrilling Centennial First Round Win Against Franklin & Marshall, 5-4; Advance to Saturday's Semifinals At Johns Hopkins

Senior Alisha White Clinches Victory For Shorewomen. Lancaster, Pa. – The No. 5 seeded Washington College Shorewomen edged the No. 4 seeded Franklin and Marshall Diplomats, 5-4, and advanced to the 2022 Centennial Conference Women's Tennis semifinals for the first time since 2018. The Shorewomen (12-6) will take on top-seeded and No. 23-ranked Johns Hopkins on Saturday at 3:00 p.m.
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Women’s Lacrosse Finishes Season with Loss to No. 25 Johns Hopkins

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – A low-scoring second half doomed the Nittany Lions, as the Penn State women's lacrosse team fell 10-5 to No. 25 Johns Hopkins on Thursday evening. PSU entered halftime locked 4-4 with JHU following a sophomore Kristin O'Neill hat trick and freshman Ellie Hollin's first career goal. But cold shooting and turnovers proved to be PSU's undoing as the Blue Jays outscored the Lions 6-1 in the second half.
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