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1 Hopkins radiologists warn of unsuspected COVID-19 pneumonia during routine outpatient imaging
2 COVID-19 kindling burnout rates from a 'smoldering ember into a blazing fire,' radiologists warn
3 Cross-disciplinary team will design, develop devices to better treat spinal cord injuries
4 COVID-19 Story Ideas From Johns Hopkins Medicine
5 'Dementia Presents in the Checkbook': What We Heard This Week
6 Association of Missense Mutation in FOLH1 With Decreased NAAG Levels and Impaired Working Memory Circuitry and Cognition
7 Radiologists use deep learning to find signs of COVID-19 in chest X-rays
8 Death toll of healthcare workers in Pakistan due to COVID-19 reaches 100
9 Lattman, Liu, Morrow and Ruhl elected AAAS fellows
10 Memorial Sloan Kettering Announces New Awards and Appointments
11 Coronavirus updates: U.S. reports 121,888 new cases; New York ramps up airport enforcement
12 How Florida Gov. DeSantis misled the public on COVID crisis
13 Group to develop guidance for evaluating requests to rename buildings, programs
14 Johns Hopkins senior awarded Churchill Scholarship to complete master's degree at Cambridge
15 Controlling Dose in the Emergency Department
16 7 Symptoms of Osteoarthritis to Watch For
17 MedStar Health acquires Maryland provider to expand urgent care footprint
18 Dr. David C. Moses who headed Sinai Hospital’s division of nuclear medicine and was chief of its department of radiology, dies
19 COVID news and trends @ 27 November
20 Governor Abbott Appoints Three To Texas Radiation Advisory Board
21 California's Governor Warns of 'Drastic Action' as Hospitals Near Crisis
22 Division Seminars & Events
23 76 hospitals, health systems planning new ASCs in 2020 so far
24 Ethnicity and clinical outcomes in COVID-19: A systematic review and meta-analysis
25 Just In Time For The Holidays: The Innovation Of Hope
26 The Wuhan files
27 Egypt's COVID-19 contradiction: Fewer cases, higher death rate
28 Why making a lot of ventilators may not be enough to prevent COVID-19 deaths
29 Johns Hopkins researchers get $35M grant to test COVID-19 outpatient treatment
30 Imaging & Medical Devices
31 $13.48M Awarded To Johns Hopkins Scientists To Develop Implantable Ultrasound Devices For Patients With Spinal Cord Injury
32 Johns Hopkins receives $35M in federal funding for COVID-19 blood plasma trials
33 Coronavirus: California and Texas smash daily Covid case records – as it happened
34 Health Security: What is it?, Who are the major players? and Lessons learned from COVID-19 pandemic
35 Webinar: Radiology and Disinfection in the Age of COVID-19
36 RSNA Publishes COVID-19 Best Practices for Radiology Departments
37 Your daily 6: Don't expect second stimulus check, Trump's COVID-19 adviser resigns, Melania's holiday decor honors essential workers
38 Johns Hopkins cryoablation study could boost procedure to first-line in early kidney cancer
39 How Your COVID-Flooded Hospital Will Triage
40 Biodefense Headlines – 8 November 2020
41 Breast Imaging in the Age of Coronavirus
42 Johns Hopkins designs criteria for diagnostic imaging tests
43 The Marshall Star banner for November 18, 2020.
44 Doctoral student develops algorithm to improve clarity of partial MRI scans
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46 Perioperative CT angiography assessment of locally advanced distal pancreatic carcinoma to evaluate feasibility of the modified Appleby procedure.
47 New research confirms higher rates of new coronavirus in Latinx populations
48 Story Tips From Johns Hopkins Experts on Covid-19
49 Women still struggling to score senior radiology faculty roles, despite matching male peers' productivity
50 Thailand's Siriraj Hospital to deploy NVIDIA DGX A100 systems for medical research & clinical applications
51 Discussions with Leaders: A Conversation Between Martin Pomper and Peter Choyke
52 Artificial intelligence detects osteoarthritis years before it develops
53 osteoarthritis
54 Researchers use brain imaging to demonstrate weaker neural suppression in individuals with autism
55 2020 News
56 Radiology mourns passing of Dr. David C. Levin
57 RSNA publishes COVID-19 radiology surge and post-surge preparedness guidance
58 New cancer center established at Johns Hopkins University
59 First Augmented Reality Spine Surgery Using FDA-Cleared Augmedics xvision™ Spine System Completed in U.S.
60 36 early-career faculty members earn Johns Hopkins Catalyst Awards
61 How to Build a Future Radiology Leader
62 Pneumonia death toll may rise due to Covid-19, says expert
63 Research News Tip Sheet: Story Ideas from Johns Hopkins Medicine
64 That Lead Apron in the X-Ray Room? You May Not Need It
65 Research News Tip Sheet: Story Ideas From Johns Hopkins
66 Two from Johns Hopkins named to National Academy of Engineering
67 Early Detection of Osteoarthritis with Artificial Intelligence
68 Dr. David C. Levin, former fighter pilot and radiology chairman at Jefferson, dies at 85
69 Johns Hopkins Hospital No. 1 for Adult Psychiatry; Mental Health ED Visits Spike
70 Basic science study may help stop harmful viruses in their tracks
71 No Shield From X-Rays: How Science Is Rethinking Lead Aprons
72 Could Canine Patients Help Find A Cure For One Of The Deadliest Cancers?
73 Mouse Studies Show Minimally Invasive Route Can Accurately Administer Drugs to Brain
74 Clinicians use artificial intelligence to diagnose ear infections more accurately
75 Johns Hopkins Medicine celebrates opening of Pavilion III at Green Spring Station
76 Healthe® Introduces World-Class Advisory Board, Names Chief Medical Officer
77 Forty Studies Later, a Keck Medicine of USC Radiologist Reveals What He Has Learned About COVID-19
78 Study documents racial differences in US hospice use and end-of-life care preferences
79 Clinical Challenges: Nuclear Medicine and Biochemically Recurrent Prostate Cancer
80 Moscow DOH uses AI platform to detect lung cancer symptoms
81 Johns Hopkins wrote the rules on patient safety. But its hospitals don't always follow them. | Heartbroken
82 Can Artificial Intelligence Diagnose Cancer? : Shots
83 New Study Evaluates the COVID-19 Impact on Imaging Volumes
84 Johns Hopkins surgeons perform spinal fusion using xvision augmented reality guidance
85 Artificial intelligence poses serious risks in the criminal justice system
86 Five Johns Hopkins PhD students named Siebel Scholars
87 DeWitt Hospital remotely installs cloud-based EHR that helps with COVID-19 care
88 How Radiology Is Rethinking Lead Aprons
89 NeurologyLive® Launches "Updates to the MRI Protocol and Clinical Guidelines for MS" Video Series Along With the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers
90 COVID-19 Tip Sheet: Story Ideas From Johns Hopkins
91 VIDEO: Imaging COVID-19 With Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS)
92 Johns Hopkins Expands Research Into Eliminating Stockpiles of Weapons of Mass Destruction
93 INSIGHT: Did we miss out on the health deal of a lifetime?
94 Individuals physically distanced before state mandates, slowing COVID-19 spread
95 Precision Molecular Announces Investment by Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation to Support Advancement of More Effective Agents for Imaging Neuroinflammation
96 Digitizing And Automating Unsung Heroics: The Case Of Pathology
97 How are Hopkins researchers contributing in the fight against COVID-19?
98 Johns Hopkins medical unit rarely finds black lung, helping coal industry defeat miners' claims
99 Johns Hopkins University Announces New DNP/MPH Dual Degree Program
100 CT scans might offer a more accurate way to diagnose Covid-19